Well, it certainly looks like in-the-body anti-shake is a big decision maker for the SONY. It's kind of a shame most people do not notice this aspect of camera design until it is far too late to change. They fall in love with Ashton Kucher, as his fumbles and falls through some poor schmuck's wedding or tosses his undies in the camera backpack. Oh, how "professional" that must look when he goes for his camera, later on.
Sorry ... the convenience of ALL THE TIME anti-shake is hard to ignore, unless you are shooting everything at better than 1/250th second. Personally, that's not me.
Anyway .. please participate if you have not. This is a multiple choice poll ... hit all the ones that count! :D
It really is a huge misunderstanding (almost a tragedy) for people to miss the anti-shake built into the cameras of Sony today. Itís really open up photographic opportunities with 25+ year old lenses, less the tripod in the 35-mm format.:D
As far as Mr. Kucher goes, I am yet aware he is a Master Photographer.:eek: This is just my option and mine alone, but most of us have forgotten more about photography than he will ever learn.:confused:
When I think of Masters of Photography names that come to mind are Albert Maylays, Steve McCurry, Ansel Adams, Albert Hitchock, Franco Fontana, etc. I have just yet to see Mr. Kucher’s name appear in auctions for photography in the US or EU.
all i'm saying is that just cause he is famous does not mean he is brainless.
i never underestimate anyone, even Bush!
Obama is gonna spread the WEALTH!
I am hoping for a bailout of the Photographic Industry.
No pun intended, but I think this reply really made me laugh with the Bush thing. The Financial Institution of the US is so messed up its not even funny.
Elect whom ever you wish but until, WE THE PEOPLE, put pressure on Congress, nothing will change!
Don, see what you started. LOL He can't even act what makes you think he can take a picture. He did luck out with the wife, so he can do something. LOL
I am just kidding. Who really cares.