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TWiP 485: Shoot First? Or Ask First?
The “Ask First” campaign gets tested when photographers attempt to photograph a public BDSM fair. We discuss the morality and legality of photographing public events.
Also, Sony unveils the A99II, the long awaited update to their flagship A99 DSLR. The A99 system is amazing, but considering the success of their A7 series of full-frame mirrorless cameras, What’s Sony’s play here?
And Fujifilm announces the GFX camera system. A medium format mirrorless camera that records 51.4 megapixels. Can Fuji extend its X series magic to the medium format world?
Links Mentioned in This Episode
- Photographers upset by “Ask First” stickers at BDSM fair
- Sony announces the a99 II
- Fujifilm announces GFX mirrorless medium format with 51.4 megapixels
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[divider]Connect with our host and guests[/divider]
- Sara France: Website, Twitter,Google+, Instagram
- Juan Pons: Website, Twitter, Google+, Alpha Mirrorless
- Frederick Van Johnson: Website, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, Pinterest