recently they added a 15mm 1.7.
Quote from: Johnny Brown on November 07, 2017, 08:11:07 amLast time I looked wide options were limited.Same response as usual to this...
Last time I looked wide options were limited.
Ok, so which did you go for? What would you recommend for Ben, given his budget?
And if I was going to drop a monkey on a 12mm I'd get a pro zoom.
Fuck knows why no one got the memo that m4/3's USP is size.
Does anyone have any experience with the Sony a6xxx series (a6000, a6300, etc)? Son #1 (turns 18 soon) has set his heart on getting a a6300, primarily for filming video in the mountains (splitboarding / alpine climbing)
If youíre after something cheaper you canít go wrong with the canon S-(bigger number = more £) range, full manual and decent video in a very small camera. Buy a bunch of batteries off eBay.
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