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Expensive for most of us. Jumping from Nikon/Canon is an expensive proposition.

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Expensive for most of us. Jumping from Nikon/Canon is an expensive proposition.
Metabones is pretty good. My issue with Sony is that their bodies are tiny in my man hands
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Expensive for most of us. Jumping from Nikon/Canon is an expensive proposition.
Metabones is pretty good. My issue with Sony is that their bodies are tiny in my man hands
Expensive for most of us. Jumping from Nikon/Canon is an expensive proposition.
My issue with Sony is that their bodies are tiny in my man hands
The problem is with me. I am an old horse that has difficulty learning new tricks. I fumbled on the tiny controls of Sony. The kind of body that it has forced me to use it as a point and shoot camera. In the DSLR I can do that without looking at it or with my eyes on the VF. The bonuses are the lenses and bodies are small and light. I am pertaining to the Fuji, MFT and a6xxx Sony series. I was longing to buy the a7R2 but I can't shoot too long with it. The lenses are large an heavy too so I am holding off.I might settle towards mirrorless MFT and APSC. The DSLRs are heavy for me now so I am debating whether to keep it or sell it.

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