Category Archives: Sony a7 II

Sony 90mm F2.8 Macro G Review Round-Up

Jason Lanier’s gear I use #7 covers the Sony 90mm F2.8 Macro G on the Sony a7RII, which is a great lens by almost all accounts for macro work, but people have a variety of opinions about this lens for portraiture. I wish he would have also demoed this lens on the Sony a6300 for good measure, […]

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Mathieu Stern’s 3D Printed Lens Project is Inspirational

I think most photographers find lens design interesting, but very few will ever take the time to go beyond creating a pinhole camera themselves. Mathieu Stern’s 3D printed lens is one of a kind and it doesn’t look half bad on his Sony a7II for a print.

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Sony a7II Firmware 3.30 Now Available

Sony a7II firmware 3.30 is now available here and corrects a flash issue at the edge of the image.

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Sony Setup for DSLR Users: 5 Custom Settings

Sony alpha universe published an article recommending 5 customizations to make DSLR users feel more at home when moving to Sony. I have never been a big fan of DSLR’s so I am not sure how much they will help switchers, but I know that all of the mirrorless companies are making more of an effort […]

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Fotodiox Fusion Smart AF Adapter For Nikon Lenses

If you have any Nikkor glass laying around the new Fotodiox Fusion Smart AF adapter will let you use Nikon AF-I/AF-S lens on your Sony E-mount mirrorless camera with full autofocus, aperture control, image stabilization, and EXIF data. It is now shipping from B&H Photo. Warning there are some reports of this adapter killing cameras 1, […]

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Affinity Photo for Windows is Now Available!

The Affinity Photo for Windows beta is now available. You can get a copy here. There is a list of supported cameras below and here are some tutorial videos to get you started.

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