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Thread: Sony A7s 2499$ USD, insane low light examples

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    IAIB Broadcaster MyTakeRadio's Avatar
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    I shoot with a Sony RX10 and it is a great camera for low light plus the constant 2.8 is a plus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MovieBuff View Post
    The Canon HF-G30 is great and you save 1000$. If you are using the Canon HF-G30 for blogs or podcasting reasons, it is more than enough.
    I'm not using it for anything yet. I can't figure out the best format for shooting and the way to seamlessly edit the MTP files, or whatever they are. I'm an audio guy.
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    MTP files? I thought it recorded AVCHD or .MP4 files. In Adobe CC you can drag and drop virtually any video and format and it will play it.


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    Well, I'm a photo guy so I'm most certainly behind the knowledge curve when it comes to video cameras. After watching this clip I remain satisfied with my old 2008 Sony A900. Not even a built-in flash, simply an old-school full-frame mirror flipping camera. Before that it was a rangefinder camera from Germany so yes, I'm old.
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    Philip Bloom's Sony A7S review


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    Quote Originally Posted by MyTakeRadio View Post
    I shoot with a Sony RX10 and it is a great camera for low light plus the constant 2.8 is a plus.
    Take a look at the new Sony RX10 II
    Spec highlights:
    • 20.2 MP 1" Exmor RS BSI CMOS Sensor
    • BIONZ X Image Processor
    • Internal UHD 4K Video & S-Log2 Gamma
    • Carl Zeiss 24-200mm f/2.8 Lens (35mm Eq)
    • Slow Motion Video at 960 fps
    • 3.0" 1228K-Dot Tilting Xtra Fine TFT LCD
    • XGA OLED Electronic Viewfinder
    • Built-In Wireless and NFC Connectivity
    • Low-Light Sensitivity to ISO 12800
    • Super Sonicwave Motor for Fast Autofocus



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    I been debating upgrading but am not sure if the cost will be worth it once I sell my current RX10
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    I recently bought a Canon C100 for the same reason. While the ISO can go to 80,000 ISO I doubt I would ever go that high. Half of the events that I cover, light is an issue.
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