Sony A7r shutter shock was the one thing that bugged me the most, and if you follow me you know I was this close to selling the camera due that. By the way, I can hear some of you: “Why don’t you just upgrade to the A7r II then?”. Well, first of all because I don’t want to have to spend every year that kind of money (do you?), and secondly because when you buy an expensive camera you have a reasonable expectation that it’ll work as flawlessly as possible, don’t you?
The usual buyer’s dilemma that once was “Nikon or Canon” nowadays is rapidly becoming “Fuji or Sony”, at least if you’re looking into a mirrorless, and not necessarily starting from scratch either.
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We’re living in a golden age for photography gear: there has never been around such a tremendous offer of exceptional cameras for basically every price point. The problem is: how do you choose?
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Especially when shooting in misty, windy or salty environments, the sensor of your camera can become pretty much caked in dust or water droplets (that are often even worst than dust…), and pretty fast too.
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I am “allergic” to camera straps. I like them very much from an aesthetic point of view, especially the leather ones, but I seriously can’t stand using them. Now, generally this is not a problem: I just keep the camera in my hands or screwed on top of a tripod. But sometimes you want to have your hands free, and here comes a possible solution.