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Pros:Good value for money, sensor, discrete high ISO resistance, gust, autofocus at 79 points, focus peaking, quality electronic viewfinder, ergonomics, lightness, battery life
Cons:Somewhat cumbersome menu to handle, non-metal lens mount Ring, limited aperture (f/3.5) for autofocus-mode videos
Opinion:My second Sony APS-C, bought ten years after the first, the glorious A200. As an avid enthusiast, everything satisfies me, the sensor, the white balance, the colour rendition, the good resistance to high ISO (excellent up to 3200), the electronic viewfinder, the tilting display, the formidable burst, the autofocus points, the quality of the baked JPEGS. The machine obviously gives the best of itself with fixed optics (like the Tamron 60 mm macro F/2) and behaves very well with the video, as long as you switch in manual MAF, which solves, in addition to the problem of reduced opening, also that of noise Operation of the lens. There is also a second top LCD display with shutter data, very useful if you use a tripod. The stabilization of the sensor is excellent and allows to use times otherwise unthinkable. Ergonomics and lightness are good, as well as the life of the battery. There are flaws, although IMHO not serious: the ring unfortunately is plastic, although it looks durable, and puts anxiety if you are in a hurry to change lens; Even the many menu items are not really easy to get to. Excellent purchase, I recommend if you want to take home with a little great machine that is compatible with old Minolta lenses that still give many satisfactions.
Opinion:I state that I am not a professional, but a simple amateur, I bought A68 to replace my beloved and beloved A33, bought on Amazon on offer. The A68 is well presented a well-structured body and very firm grip, in my opinion also the construction materials are very good, at first I did not believe seeing so much '' plastic '' even in the ring of the frame (which at the end is not plastic but a highly resistant polymer) gave me a little the idea of ??low quality, I changed my mind, probably all this '' plastic '' was used to contain weight, really fast autofocus and its 79 spots I am a godsend, even the yield iso high is really good. For the cons gave me a little annoy the screen that you can not rotate 360 ??° but only 90 ° leaving the screen always exposed even when you put the camera (I recommend a film to avoid scratches), the lack of WiFI (but honestly I do not care%29 maybe another thing that bothered me the lack of the battery grip to see on the site sony the camera does not support the BG, however I feel very satisfied with the purchase.
Opinion:A few months from the purchase I am absolutely satisfied with this product, purchased on Amazon with a super offer with black friday. the image quality is really high and also the simplicity of using the menu and the quick keys is very important. Unfortunately I tried it only with the 18-55 included in the kit that is still satisfactory to be a starting goal, I'm undecided whether to buy a wide-angle or a telephoto lens as a first upgrade but I am convinced that, with higher-level optics can do even better and give me great satisfaction. The yield is noticeable even when the ISO rises and the focus with 79 points is really quick and comfortable. Very satisfied.
Cons:Materials: Shell and attachment ring entirely in plastic, shoulder strap, instruction booklet very bad.
Opinion:Hot comment because I just got here. I bought the A68 to support it to my old Sony A100 of the far 2006, thus facing a long qualitative and generational leap. Having just arrived I took only a few test photos in the home. At the technological level is definitely good. The EVF is excellent, bright, rather fluid and solves the low light problems of the optical. You have to get used to it because in some conditions, for example when "pushes" to make light a rather dark scene, the frame rate drops; Also the ignition is not immediate when approaching the eyepiece, so there is a very short initial blackout. The body is equipped with many customizable buttons and the menu has a large number of options. Initially, all this wealth is displaces and is probably the result of a process aimed at making this machine as flexible as possible and with more options available at your fingertips, but inevitably requires a certain period of apprenticemente Penalized by menu items sometimes unclear. AF extremely efficient and precise, even in low light conditions. The screen is actually smaller than other competitors, but in my case, coming from an old machine, I do not perceive the problem. Same speech for relatively low resolution. Even the touch screen I do not miss. The shutter button is very sensitive, just a slight pressure to give the command to lock the AF and to shoot. The burst of shots is very rapid and is a "lethal Weapon". Interesting the top LCD screen that shows the basic information on the set up of the machine. In my opinion there are two steps back also compared to Grandma A100:1-the body is entirely made of plastic (in the A100 was mixed), including the mounting ring, this contributes to lower costs and weight but makes it seem less solid. To be honest the ring still seems solid and to mount a Minolta 24mm AF you have to exert a fair pressure. 2-however unimportant that it is also the material of the shoulder strap is not the best, that of the A100 seems more resistant. Finally the instruction booklet is bad, it does not clearly explain the menus and functions and forces you to consult the guide on the site. In conclusion, apart from the three problems mentioned, the first impression is definitely good and, in my specific case, would have been positive anyway because it is a technological leap of 11 years compared to the machine I have used so far (and that I think I will continue to Use). The last positive point lies in the price, currently very tempting, especially if you decide to buy only the body because you already have the optics and do not feel the need for a new kit lens. I can only add that it was a good buy and has colors that I like a lot. Update: I noticed that the UV filter (Hoya) applied to the lens puts a little ' in crisis autofocus, especially in low light. Update 2: The ISO seal looks very good, I arrived to photograph up 1250 in a decommissioning mine with a Sigma at f/1.8-f/2.2 getting photographs with little noise.
Opinion:I bought the a68 I took as a complement to the FF a850 from 24 Mp as a second body. I have several Minolta and Sony A lenses and I wanted to upgrade the equipment. rnAerial photography and APS I need to "stretch" a little 'compared to the FF. In my case, switching to the E format seemed to me impossible. The 68 has seemed a great opportunity even when buying some other body used (type a700 to 77) that I had initially evaluated, and at the same time allowed me not to spend a fortune in the a77M2 (maybe close to being replaced) to which it turns out however to be very near.rnNon I have been conditioned by the attack lens as well as the body, both in plastic, and the lack of the VG (battery remained the same and this is comfortable when I go with both machines ) In fact, I was right.rnI made several tests and my impression is very good. It 's different from my previous machine, especially for the optical sight of the pentaprism that is replaced by qelectronic ring with many possibilities (AF range adjustment, lighting, 15X zoom,). In conclusion, a car with a low price (430 €!) has allowed me to modernize all my optical systems. rnrnrnrn
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