As always, check it out on black. …my thoughts about the new Sony A7S This is the first photo I’ve taken with the new Sony A7S. I went out with my buddy Ian Norman who was also sporting the new camera, we chose Alabama Hills for perfect nightscape location for our tests. My experience with the camera was not incredible, however it wasn’t disappointing by any means. The camera is pretty amazing when it comes to ISO capability. All the colors in this image didn’t take much to pull out, I could already tell from the RAW files that this camera picked up more Galaxy vibrancy and nebulosity. The photo is only one RAW file, there was enough detail to pick up all that foreground information as well as Milky Way detail. This photo was taken at 12,800 ISO and a 25Sec Exposure. To see an image this clean and that high of an ISO is stunning to say the least. The camera can also see in the dark, the digital live view and viewfinder makes it super easy to focus on the stars. The megapixel kind of threw me off a little (not that megapixel is everything) but it is nice to have 18 on the 6D. I’m not really sure how the 12-megapixel pictures this camera produces will print. In addition, the interface is a little awkward (not because I’m not used to the camera) but I just feel like in general some of the buttons are in strange spots for versatility and finger movements. It’s all subjective though, that’s just my opinion. I think with some user customization those issues can be solved. Overall though I really think Sony is on to something awesome. The clunky interface is worth the fantastic image results in my book. I will be doing a more extensive review of the A7S soon, but these are just my initial thoughts. Hope you guys enjoy the photo, sharing is always appreciated. I also have a link to the A7S from B&H Sony A7S, Nikon 14-24 F2.8
25 Sec F/2.8 ISO12,800 Sony A7S Link: CLICK HERE
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Cosmic Window by Michael Shainblum
As always, check it out on black. …my thoughts about the new Sony A7S This is the first photo I’ve taken with the new Sony A7S. I went out with my buddy Ian Norman who was also sporting...