Are DSLRs, with their bulky bodies, really cameras from the past, and are mirrorless cameras the future of photography? There is no straight answer to that. Let’s look at the differences between them and strength of each other.
After having used the a7R II for some time, I finally didn’t keep it. The results were great, but it drove me nuts. You will find details on the problems I had in much detail in my other post.
Now that I have used the a7R III for a couple of days, I am so happy I got hold of it so quickly, as it solves almost all problems I had with the predecessor.
Since April, I am putting the Sony a7R II through its paces. After my initial test at a landscape shooting in Tuscany, a couple of month went past. Now that I have used the camera in all sorts of different places and shootings, my initial thoughts on the a7R II have matured.
This April I had a chance to join a group of photo enthusiast which went to a trip to Tuscany, to Pienza more specifically. I was pretty exited about it, as that would mean taking every chance to take the shot of the day at sunrise, sunset and any time in between with a group of similar minded.