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Sony reviving APS-C - Klaus - 08-28-2019
RE: Sony reviving APS-C - stoppingdown - 08-28-2019
Given that a couple of years ago many said that Sony APS-C line wouldn't be developed...
Of course the interesting thing will be prices. Too bad the a6100 EVF is not XGA...
RE: Sony reviving APS-C - Klaus - 08-28-2019
The 70-350G is a nice idea. Doesn't seem to be as brick-like as the Fuji 100-400mm.
RE: Sony reviving APS-C - Rover - 08-28-2019
Looks like Sony is in the full Santa mode for those who had given up all hope...
First the (much clamored for) 35/1.8 and then this. Granted, since many people only care about FF this 16-55/2.8 isn't such a legendary unicorn like that 35, but I remember there was much moaning about how Sony must provide this lens ("or else").
RE: Sony reviving APS-C - Brightcolours - 08-28-2019
(08-28-2019, 11:06 AM)Klaus Wrote: The 70-350G is a nice idea. Doesn't seem to be as brick-like as the Fuji 100-400mm.
Depends on how much wider the FOV gets at MFD, if this design is a better idea than that Fuji? If it is like the Canon EF 70-300mm L, I'd pass.