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The Sony NEX-7 is a mirrorless camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 24.0 megapixels manufactured from 2011 to 2014 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 16000 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 10 FPS x 13 RAW / 18 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 749 €;
16 users have given it an average vote of 9.5 out of 10
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Pros:High quality, let's talk about a former flagship, current used price.
Cons:Video recording button positioned with male cynophile genital apparatus
Opinion:At the time it was the flagship Sony, therefore a high-end, which today is at derisory prices. Good image and video quality, light, small, which with the 18-55 in kit, also of excellent quality, once closed, transforms the machine almost into a compact. The wonder is also the three rings positioned so that you can easily control times, apertures and sensitivity with thumb, index and middle fingers, to shoot and film, while with the same fingers of the left hand you can easily adjust zoom and focus, offering the pleasure of the manual in all respects like the machines of the past. From her they created the subsequent FF,and she is the mother of the current high-end A-PSCs. They are located at derisory prices, mine I had paid 250 euros with Sony lens and flash and if you happen to find one, you should not let it get away. I gave it away because the video button was positioned badly and with my hands xxl every 10 shots I started three videos and the thing unnerved me.
Pros:Featherweight, RAW file yield, reliable, battery life, tipper rear screen (it's not so obvious always), AF, exposure and white balance always quite reliable even in automation getting images always (or almost) perfect on every occasion, small flash useful for backlights. I read that many complain about the Jpeg, never taken in such mode so I do not express myself
Cons:Plastic outer body that looks light and fragile (the price of featherweight) but it is not so, it has never given problems. Lack of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (but quite normal for the years to which it refers), only tipper screen and not orientable in all directions.
Opinion:In fact, my wife used it for a few years with extreme satisfaction, always used in RAW with the 18-200 Sony E and turned out to be a versatile and reliable machine, we brought it from -20 Lithuania in January to the .40 of Tunisia in the summer, but also on rainy and humid days as in the Sahara desert without ever a problem , never a blank shot. Its 24 MP combined with an extreme lens, but quality allowed us to easily print even 50X70 photos from a crop and with the lens at the maximum focal and ISO not quite minimal given the sunset time. Overall a more than positive opinion, changed only because I gave her the new A6500 ... but he leaves it with displeasure and maybe stays in the house, who knows that the new ones are just as reliable? Yes because reliability on the go is everything, the certainty of being able to take home the shots is priceless and our Nex7 has always given us serenity who knows that the 6500 can do the same and better
Cons:Photo quality at high ISO, noisy viewfinder, made with extreme wide-angle, af in low light / continuous, jpeg in camera
Opinion:Taken with little money used, including 18/55. All in all satisfied. Socket to replace the p3 gh3 sold due to problems of encumbrance to my dentist who will appreciate it in the studio.rnMi is used to travel light and still have a good photo yield. Compared to the a6000, apart from the af in low lights and tracking and the noisy viewfinder, I do not see a lower photographic yield. It remains however built much better and much more usable thanks to the tri nav.rnI jpeg are not at all beautiful, kneaded and by the colors tacked, better to use the raw.rnAll added, for what it costs today used it is worth abundantly worth.rn
Pros:I think in this area we can confirm without reservation everything said by Ltsuper61 with no small addition: the lightweight, easy handling, the handle anatomically perfect and almost compact size. The optics supplied lightweight .. I also I own four of them: And 3.5-5.6/18-55 OSS zoom, wide angle and 8.2.16, Zoom 4.5-6.3/55-210 OSS E, E 08/01/50 OSS, be aware that full of filters, lens hoods and caps plus of course the NEX7 together reach the stratospheric weight of 1,280 g. With the weight of a large SLR body only you go with a whole kit and 24 Mpx which are very respectable. Battery life even better than on the Nex-7 Nex-5 because the 'excellent electronic viewfinder reduces consumption. Today I also believe that the cost of less than 900 Euro makes it a valuable constructive acquisto.rnQualità good to very good also that of optics, with well-helices friction without jamming or irregularities scroll. Even the price is not too high, I'd say that makes them attractive to build a decent corredo.rn
Cons:The light weight of the camera body is obviously a little at the expense of robustness, the flash bracket that in the attack of the tripod .. is there anyway to say that it is absurd to insert large flash cantilever bracket, otherwise (this, however, with all the machines with the big professional cameras), loosening the mounting screws that do not bear the weight that both the insertion and removal of the same from home. Better to use a simple linear bracket fixed to the bottom plate and the connection cable. The attack of the stand may have some problems with optical non-dedicated and heavier than the E series and, as you can fit everything on this machine, it is advisable to purchase adapter rings already bearing of the tripod mount. I use old Nikon lenses that weigh three times the Nex-7 to make macros and I solved with the above adapters. Council also cover the rear screen with plastic wrap (on the Nex-5 is very spoiled) the glass might be better on the Nex-7, but do not risk it.
Opinion:3B using a lightweight tripod (I am using a 1 kg.), Which together with the remote control (great and inexpensive that ca.7Euro advice) ensures easy portability and good conclusion stabilità.rnIn score of 9.6 out of 10 given to Sony Nex-7 seems adequate. RECOMMENDED!
Pros:control system tri nav. Dynamic range / resolution can mount any lens electronic viewfinder made impressive with leica lenses. system manual focus with a peak detection graphic outlines.
Cons:body a little 'delicate especially the flash shoe. sony software is not able to manage files arw (also lightroom in versions prior to 4.0) aims to try to verify the performance of the sensor. stop missing intermediate scale iso. jpeg cost camera body (+ a canon 7d and nikon d7000) - but it's worth it all
Opinion:are passed to the system with sony nex 7, after three nikon d7000 with the last one. compared to this even if as body are two different types of machines the jump is impressive. the AA filter reduced the nex 7 provides details on the raw file unthinkable for other aps-c. the control system tri nav is simple and straightforward, with the ability to configure the controls to your liking. the electronic viewfinder offers excellent vision and a series of information unthinkable for other cameras (histogram in the first place). for my use and more specifically below 800 iso, the yield is great; d7000 compared to the grain is harder but it retains the detail and is not mixed as with the nikon. The major problem with this machine are the goals: not all hype with the owner and / or alpha 2 via adapter LEA, they are able to fully exploit the potential of the sensor. in my case the machine was used with optical alpha and the best performance I've found with the sigma 50 1.4 hsm, which offers a detailed unthinkable (as compared to the pair nikon d7000 + 50 afs 1.4) over the entire range of existing frames f 1.6. used instead with wide zoom like the Sigma 10-20 you had a good yield but with strong chromatic aberration. the standard zoom 16-50 8.2 sony behaved very well from f 2.8 to f 5.6. In conclusion, a good machine, but expensive that needs to work to the best of expensive optics. yield jpeg (tried once) is mixed and not the height of the potential, if one wants to shoot jpeg you buy a compact.
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