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    Re: Working On Sony DSLR Guide

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    Aahhh, but the discerning eye would notice the difference between the two, light falloff/vignetting and border softness will be more pronounced with a DT lens on APS body than a full frame lens. I'm a big fan of the sweet spot advantage FF lens have.
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    Re: Working On Sony DSLR Guide

    Quote Originally Posted by Anbesol View Post
    Clicker -

    Aahhh, but the discerning eye would notice the difference between the two, light falloff/vignetting and border softness will be more pronounced with a DT lens on APS body than a full frame lens. I'm a big fan of the sweet spot advantage FF lens have.
    I don't think that's true for two lenses of the same price. - Terry
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    Re: Working On Sony DSLR Guide

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    I'm starting to put together a Sony digital SLR guide like this one I did for the Canon cameras: Best Canon DSLR Guide | Camera News & Reviews

    Right now I'm planning to include all the current Sony digital SLRs (A390, A580, A33, A35, A55, A900) and I'm mentioning the NEX cameras even though they aren't really digital SLRs. Is there anything you guys want to make sure I mention? You know I'm not a regular Sony digital SLR shooter so I am deferring to your expertise

    Thanks in advance for your guidance!
    Hello Photo John:

    How's that Sony Guide coming along..?

    Thanks,

    Have a nice day...

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    Re: Working On Sony DSLR Guide

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    Hello Photo John:

    How's that Sony Guide coming along..?

    Thanks,

    Have a nice day...

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    Re: Working On Sony DSLR Guide

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    Sony keeps changing too fast. I can't even keep up with the new features. He'll just have to do a Canikon Guide where little changes. - Terry
    Touche, sir! It has been hard to keep up this year. I got the Nikon DSLR guide updated but the Canon and Sony guides are still a year old. Interest is noted and I will endeavor to take care of this ASAP. In the meantime, if you want to see the latest I've written on Sony cameras, you can see all of our Sony articles, news and reviews here: http://reviews.photographyreview.com...y/sony-cameras

    I agree that Sony is moving fast. But the main camera that needs to be added to the guide is the A99. And boy do I covet that camera
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    Re: Working On Sony DSLR Guide

    You want the a99 as your main camera? Nikon and Canon users for the most part dislike Sony. I don't know if they feel threatened or what but on other forums Sony bashing trolls come out of the wood work. To go out of your way to take jabs at another system is something I don't understand.

    Quote Originally Posted by Photo-John View Post
    Touche, sir! It has been hard to keep up this year. I got the Nikon DSLR guide updated but the Canon and Sony guides are still a year old. Interest is noted and I will endeavor to take care of this ASAP. In the meantime, if you want to see the latest I've written on Sony cameras, you can see all of our Sony articles, news and reviews here: http://reviews.photographyreview.com...y/sony-cameras

    I agree that Sony is moving fast. But the main camera that needs to be added to the guide is the A99. And boy do I covet that camera
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    Re: Working On Sony DSLR Guide

    Quote Originally Posted by OldClicker View Post
    Sony keeps changing too fast. I can't even keep up with the new features. He'll just have to do a Canikon Guide where little changes. - Terry

    Thanks for the insight Terry....

    Yeah, I am glad to see all the new innovations and cool products,
    that Sony is developing and putting to market.

    I am looking forward to move (if things work out),
    from the A700 (APS-C) camera to the "World of Sony Full Frame:
    Sony A900"...

    Have a nice day,

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    Re: Working On Sony DSLR Guide

    Quote Originally Posted by Photo-John View Post
    Touche, sir! It has been hard to keep up this year. I got the Nikon DSLR guide updated but the Canon and Sony guides are still a year old. Interest is noted and I will endeavor to take care of this ASAP. In the meantime, if you want to see the latest I've written on Sony cameras, you can see all of our Sony articles, news and reviews here: http://reviews.photographyreview.com...y/sony-cameras

    I agree that Sony is moving fast. But the main camera that needs to be added to the guide is the A99. And boy do I covet that camera
    Thanks Photo-John - Maybe once the holiday season has gone by, you might find a chance to have a little more "Free" time...

    I'll check out your review link, you provided...

    Have a nice day,

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