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Many cameras today include built-in image stabilization systems, but when it comes to video that’s still no substitute for a proper camera stabilization rig. Unlike Canon and Nikon, Sony doesn’t share with us the version of the Bionz processor as part of their branding. Garu Ronin-S gimbal stabilization system. For night sky shots, I really appreciate the flip down LCD for reviewing and adjusting settings when the camera is setup on tripod.

I’ve been looking to upgrade my a55 for a camera a75 better video frame rate and focus peaking for manual lenses. AVD Several reviews eg Techradar suggest its a newer processor.

All you settings matter from the AF type if you were using AF area the likelihood is the camera focussed on the subject closest to the camera which is not what you want alwaysmetering modes, etc etc. Get the most out of your investment — Learn about the wonders of a577 imaging and improve your photography at the same time!


I compared an a57 with an a65 at a local store today and the viewfinder of the a65 was very nice. The a57 sensor may be the same, but the processor is newer.

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So back to the A57 – it seems to have lots of little improvements over the A55 but the major difference is the size. My a33 would be the backup cam, for fisheye landscapes, nightsky photography and maybe gsry and for the few times I attend sporting events. I’m not so sure how useful the a65’s 24mp are on a aps-c sensor though, since I’m fairly certain you would need a killer lens to resolve all those compacted pixels.

I would actually like an upgrade that is a smaller footprint to be truthful. How can you lose?

Or did a7 quickly become used to the bigger size or perhaps find it better ergonomically? I’m still very happy with my a33 and I promised my husband that I wouldn’t be upgrading it until it dies: One thing A57 hasn’t got is the GPS and whilst I quite liked the feature it wasn’t a deal breaker for me.

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Love your Fujifilm XS, and want to get the most from it? Started Jan 7, Discussions thread. Hopefully my photography will evolve in that time too! Forum Parent First Previous Next. Knitlitcamper Posted 6 years ago. After 3 hour tests with the a77 and a57, I’m leaning towards the a57 for it’s slightly better high-ISO performance.


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But I have never used an A57 to compare. Houston Zoo – again – with A99ii. I think newgumshoe explained his reasoning for getting the a57 well. This book is published by Friedmanarchives. Best to go with the second generation A, much newer camera, the first generation ones are almost 3 years old now.

Yes, add me to your mailing list. I would try it friefman in the store with the review on as well as off so that you can get an idea of how it operates. Click here to read more on this. But, not all Bionz processors are created equal. Edited by photobuf member 6 years ago. Love your Fujifilm X-T1, and want to get the most from it?