These are also the accessories I use on my Nikon Z6.
For example, the Fujifilm GFX100 with the rear screen on the grip or the customizable top display, the Canon with their touch-sensitive touch bar and flippy screen, the Panasonic S1R with the XQD and UHS-II memory card support and the Nikon Z7 with the massive 3.2″ screen with 2 million dot with really good IBIS.
As a leader in innovation, I was really expecting and anticipating Sony to bring something new to the table, some new designs, new interfaces, and new experiences to at least match the competition or hopefully leapfrog it.
Instead, they looked back to 2012 and fired back up the megapixel war.
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I’ve ordered as much gear as I can possibly get my hands on that I actually need and gave a short review.
The official name for this spot is The Floating Torii Gate of Oouo Shrine.
Not sure what the story is with these, every time I read up on them the story seems slightly different and it never makes any sense. Something about blessing the waters for better fishing, or there is something about some giant fish. That’s usually how it goes with historical sites in Japan. A giant catfish, a giant fish, a mountain god, etc. Fun stuff.
Optically it’s just a decent lens, but Meike lenses are more known for their classic rendering with a bit more character.
This lens features a 12 blade aperture for smooth bokeh even at slower apertures, a 6 element optical formula for that smoother tonal depth and better micro-contrast, and an all-metal construction for long term reliability.
It’s well suited for photographers looking for a decent lens that is capable of handling just about any situation and don’t want to spend a ton of cash.