Our good friend Hugh Brownstone has posted an awesome hands-on review with the Sony A6300 and a whole bunch of different lenses from Canon & Zeiss & Sony as well as doing some comparisons to the sony a7R Mark II
There's a lot to learn from Hugh's review – and I love that Hugh has taken some philosophical analysis… and the thing that I gathered from him is – often we get too wrapped up in the details of gear.
There is no perfect camera – and there won't be for… well probably forever. We always want more
I hope you enjoy
Oh, and please don't just watch the video… read what Hugh has to say in his post… there's a LOT of meat in there!
I go a little bit nuts in Miami trying to find what’s awesome and what’s not with Sony’s new a6300 and G-Master lenses. I’ll be adding more photos shortly. I apologize in advance if it’s a lot to take in. My brain hurts.
I have a tendency to break things. Not out of anger or carelessness, but instead because I often ask them to do things they’re not really designed to do.
But I also to tend to learn a lot. Sometimes I even manage NOT to break things.
And — as you know – I like to share what I learn.
Last week I had the opportunity to go hands on for several days with Sony’s about-to-be-released a6300 [B&H|Amazon] and their incredible new G-Master series lenses, the 85mm f/1.4 [B&H|Amazon] and 24-70 f/2.8 [B&H|Amazon] – along with their less dramatic 70-200mm f/4. Oh – and to reacquaint myself with the a7R II [B&H|Amazon] .
With that context, let me introduce you to philosophical musing #1 — the concept of kando.
Source: Massive Hands-On Review: I Mount Canon’s Stonkin’ 300mm f/2.8L USM II to Sony’s New a6300. Plus a6300 Low Light Test, Rolling Shutter Test, Sony’s New G-Master Lenses, and Zeiss Touit 12mm f/2.8. — Three Blind Men & an Elephant Blog
(cover photo credit: snap from Hugh Brownstone)