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Were these union workers on strike?

The A6500 videos are very-very lovely, keep shooting them. I don't care for Yi or whathever other cameras you use. The A6500 has this full-bodied quality to it, hard to explain but the whole combination of shallow DOF, gamma, colors and resolution is just very satisfying.

The butterflies were very pretty and the focus was spot on.

BTW, which lenses do you use with the A6500 ?

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Were these union workers on strike?

The A6500 videos are very-very lovely, keep shooting them. I don't care for Yi or whathever other cameras you use. The A6500 has this full-bodied quality to it, hard to explain but the whole combination of shallow DOF, gamma, colors and resolution is just very satisfying.

The butterflies were very pretty and the focus was spot on.

BTW, which lenses do you use with the A6500 ?
Thanks.

I agree the A6500 picture quality is very nice, and I can at least zoom. Its picture quality may be the best of all the consumer-priced cams up to $10,000. The improved color, the oversampled 4K, and the bigger sensor (the fail of m43) all contribute to the qualities you mentioned. Not even the Sony FS7 II oversamples its 4K, and it uses an old sensor, although it does have 4K60p.

The go-to lens, as here, is the Sony PZ FE 18-105mm f4.

The Yi gets you completely stable handheld - no shake at all, ability to move the camera smoothly - and wide vistas and slow motion all in 4K. These are all very useful video capabilities. Stay tuned for a cinema example...

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Did you know that there is a battery grip coming for the a6500?
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Did you know that there is a battery grip coming for the a6500?
Thanks. Is that the one by Meike, with wireless (100m) remote control?
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