My 3 days with Sony a9 and recap of the Sony Kando Trip in Santa Barbara

This week you probably ran across hundreds of Instagram accounts with tags #sonykandotrip. Sony organized an epic 3 day getaway for its Artisans and Alpha Collective and created a playground like no other for us to try out any cameras and any lenses we wanted. I shot with Sony a9 for all those days and here are my thoughts on the camera, new lenses that I haven’t shot with before, and Kando trip recap. Lightroom doesn’t support Sony a9 yet, so all the shots here are wifi transferred to my phone and edited with the VSCO app on my phone. …

Sony a6300 First Thoughts. Shooting Ballet Auditions.

At this point I think we’re all pretty clear that Sony is set to make history with its mirrorless cameras. I own quite a nice lineup of Sony cameras and a few weeks ago got the brand new a6300 in my hands. I never owned an a6000, I decided to get an RX100IV¬†instead. So this is my first camera in the a6xxx lineup. This is not meant to be a full-blown review, just my initial thoughts on the camera and what it can do for you. To be honest, I think the hardest question at this point is not whether …

Why I Bought Sony RX100 IV. Review and thoughts

There are many awesome cameras being released literally every few weeks now. It’s all revolutionary and we really are seing some major changes happening in the gear world. Often we do recognize that a certain camera is great, but does it have a space in our kit and does it make sense to may a certain amount of money for possibly your second or third camera? For many people RX100 IV is not the dream camera, there is a prime a7 line for that. I’m sorry I though give you a head up, I think of cameras these days primarily …