|6th September 2010, 21:28||#211|
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|7th September 2010, 01:47||#212|
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We superzoomers know that we are not going to get the same quality as a real DSLR. For me, at least (old generation: 12* only!) it is academic as 99% of the time I am looking at my pics on a computer screen anyway. Whatever the sensor, there is no way that these superzoom lenses are going to give the same results as the fixed or shorter range lenses from the same company. I doubt that it is economically feasible, at this time, to make super-zoom lenses with pro standard optics for DSLRs. If it was, I guess they'd be doing it.
So there's a market for these superzoom cameras. It includes me for a start!
|8th September 2010, 10:49||#213|
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I have a Sony Alpha 350 with 2 lenses (18-70mm & 75-300mm Gold) and have been thinking of picking up a 500mm for birding. How do you find the Sony 500mm reflex lens? I havent seen this lens from anyone else hence wondering.
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