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Who owns the NEX 7?

Sun Mar 10, 2013 7:28 pm

Hello everybody
Who has Sony NEX 7 and photos into the Anet database?
What do you think about this gadget
Just I need compact camera for flights

Thanx

[Edited 2013-03-10 12:29:19]
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RE: Who Owns The NEX 7?

Mon Mar 25, 2013 4:29 pm

Hello,
I uploaded a few images taken with NEX-7 on the database.

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Performance of the Kit lens (E18-55mm F3.5-5.6 OSS) is not very good, then I set f8.0 or f9 to have well sharpened image in corners of frame.  

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RE: Who Owns The NEX 7?

Mon Mar 25, 2013 5:48 pm

Woww , Domo Arigato , Naya-san , nice photos and aaa............all in all, what do you think about this SonyNex as alternate camera for spotting
As for me,i often need compact cam into the russian security reality and i looking for second compact cam

Ivan
P.S. By the way,one more question-what quality video makes this Nex?
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RE: Who Owns The NEX 7?

Tue Mar 26, 2013 12:51 am

Hi Ivan,

Basically, I recommend ordinary DSLR type of camera to catch flying/landing/taxing air crafts for daily spotting, especially for ‘Skyshots’.
But as a secondary camera, NEX-7 would be big help for you, in cases of night shots with tripod, cabin shots, shots of window view, airport terminal shots and so on…I believe.
These sample images were taken with NEX-5. (not 5N/5R)


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For video quality, it is also fine to me…but you better set f-number around f8 in use of the kit lens like still shots.
If you prefer big and smooth bokeh, you can choose lower f-number of course.

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