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#1
Will do a couple of APS-C E mount tests later this year - thus I decided to make a mild upgrade to the setup by moving to the A6300. While not required from a technical standpoint, "some" would continue to complain about the NEX-7 (8y old) and the A6300 was dirt cheap anyway.
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#2
Cool, that 16-55 and 18-135 E lenses surely could use a good fresh bedfellow. Smile
#3
I've to admit that I quite like the A6300. Blisteringly fast. The form factor remains less than ideal though. I'm wondering when Sony will finally move to a hand-pleasing design.
Bauhaus is good for buildings, less so for cameras.
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#4
(09-06-2019, 10:50 PM)Klaus Wrote: I've to admit that I quite like the A6300. Blisteringly fast. The form factor remains less than ideal though. I'm wondering when Sony will finally move to a hand-pleasing design.
Bauhaus is good for buildings, less so for cameras.

Not good for buildings either, IMO. Just too sterile. Smile

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#5
True.

The X-T30 is quite neat as well. That Q button though.
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