Op/Ed: Is A Full Frame Mirrorless Camera An Option For a Portrait or Wedding Photographer

Chris Gampat The Phoblographer Sony A7 A7r RX10 Zeiss Lenses (10 of 31)During Photo Plus Expo 2013, I started a debate with several photographers on the viability of  full frame mirrorless cameras for portrait and wedding photographers. We got to play with the New Sony A7 & A7R and we started think about how cameras like these would affect us. While technically and quality wise, the A7 and A7r can measure up to cameras like the Canon 5D MK III or Nikon D800, these camera are cosmetically different. While people should not judge books by their covers, many will. We talked about this, a lot. Here are a few of the things we talked about.

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Review: Sony RX1

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Sony’s RX1 is the first of a new breed of compact camera; the very first compact digital camera with a full-frame 24×36 sensor. I had the opportunity to spend a few weeks with this digital pioneer and the following consists of my thoughts and experiences.


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