Even empty, the bag stays put. It is perfectly balanced and does NOT fall to the ground with a Sony A7R II and the 16-35 attached to it.

Everyday Messenger Bag – Quick Review And Pics

“Oh my god, that quality” was what I said out loud when I touched Peak Design’s Everyday Messenger Bag for the first time. Well, I didn’t say it in English as you might have guessed…but I said it. I have backed the joint project between Peak Design and Trey Ratcliff on Kickstarter and ordered the “The
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Awesome RAW vs JPG Diagram

The Awesome RAW vs JPG Diagram – The When, What, Why Of RAW And JPG Shooting

After having found out with a shock, after countless discussions with professional photographers, that even they had no clue what shooting RAW really means, I thought I should write an article about it. While writing my article I’ve coincidentally seen many RAW/JPEG posts pop up on some social media platforms, as if the universe was up to
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Me using a Canon 600mm f4 on a Sony A7R II

Canon Lenses on A7R II Round Up With Videos And Image Samples – Using The Fotodiox Adapter

We have tested several Canon lenses and a Tamron lens on the a7R2 body. Every lens has been tested using this adapter. Every lens tested felt like it performed way better after a given time. One minute after turning the camera on, the AF worked better than the first few seconds. All images are, as
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Sony A7R II Review Conclusion

Sony A7R II Extensive Real World Review – Best Camera In The World?

Join me on the awesome journey that is this review of the A7R II. I had a blast reviewing it and I hope that this series of articles can be of any help to you. This review is divided into multiple categories which are as follows: 01 – Introduction And Unboxing 02 – Build And Handling 03
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Sony A7R II Conclusion

A7R II Review – 13 – Conclusion

I have already said goodbye to DSLRs a few years back when the A7 system had been released. I could easily live with the few drawbacks (slow bursts and AF) as long as I didn’t have to live with the enormous bulk and weight these gigantic mirrorfull cameras have. But there weren’t only drawbacks. I had a
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Sony A7R II Battery Life

A7R II Review – 11 – Battery Life

Battery life is a very important aspect of a camera and it is a very hard thing to review. There are many factors affecting battery drainage but what I can already tell you, if you would happen to know the first A7 models, that it hasn’t gotten much better. For better or for worse, it
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Sony A7R II Video Capabilities - 4K

A7R II Review – 10 – Video

The A7R II should please video enthusiasts and professionals in many ways. 4K, S-Log 2, the bumped up ISO performance, SteadyShot and many more things make this camera a very viable option for videographers.   RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FULL FRAME, FULL FRAME 16:9 AND SUPER 35 FORMATS SUPER 35 EQUIVALENCE TO FF 35MM According to my rough calculations the
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Sony A7R II Burst Speed And Buffer Test

A7R II Review – 09 – Burst Speed And Buffer Test

Here’s a video with a buffer test at full burst speed at different image format options, using this SD card. Check out the video to see how the buffer behaves in these different circumstances. 1. RAW + JPG – 24 shots, then the buffer is full. – 5 seconds elapsed. – Then shoots slowly as
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Sony A7R II Shooting Experience

A7R II Review – 08 – Shooting Experience

The shooting experience has gotten better with each A7 camera, especially since the introduction of the new bodies and better grips. The added weight and the magnesium alloy body feel way more “pro” now. The sturdiness of the mount itself is a welcome addition. The start-up time has improved and also adds a little more
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