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Old July 10th, 2014, 02:50 PM
Asher Kelman Asher Kelman is offline
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Originally Posted by Michael Nagel View Post
The camera is becoming more and more available. Certainly later than April, but early enough to drop the vaporware thought expressed.

Ming Thein has an interesting review.
His first thoughts.
Review Part 1 and Part 2.

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Michael
Michael,

Great reference! I read that carefully too and was surprised how strongly the D800E did in this pretty careful comparison. That would imply that the A7r would also be close. I'd love to see that camera matched to the 645Z as well. The quality of the prime 35mm and 55mm Zeiss lenses for the Sony A7r might even close the gap to the 645Z a tad.

My heart moves towards the 645Z as a major advance we've waited for but the upstart A7r now makes me think twice. Still, that 90 mm with image stabilization might make a commanding difference together with, I expect better AF than the sony A7r.

Asher
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