The a6000, launched two years ago, has been one of Sony’s greatest hits in digital still photography. It remains one of the kings of continuous autofocus, particularly among mirrorless cameras. Sony’s long-awaited update, the a6300, has primarily been enhanced in one area: the autofocus. To an otherwise similar APS-C sensor, Sony increased the count of phase-detect autofocus points from 179 to 425,…
Frederick Van Johnson welcomes Andy Williams and Juan Pons, hosts of the new show AlphaMirrorless on the TWiP Network, to discuss the differences between Sony’s lack of a touchscreen, the various A7 models, lens options, and much more.
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In this interview it's a conversation with Christopher Berry about Fuji Love - that seemingly irrational affinity for Fuji gear.
The Fujifilm X70 is a smaller, less-expensive X100T-style camera. That means Fuji’s excellent 16MP APS-C X-Trans sensor, a fixed 28mm f/2.8 full-frame equivalent lens (vs. the 35mm FFEQ on the X100T) in a package that’s just a bit too large to fit in most pockets. The X70’s sensor has embedded phase-detection autofocus points that deliver excellent autofocus including face- and…
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