About to pick up a disposable DSLR setup.

Discussion in 'Digital Photography, Home and Portable Electronics' started by FULMTL, Oct 13, 2012.

  1. FULMTL

    FULMTL Ancient Guru

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    Nevermind. You didn't see this. You were never here.
     
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  3. FULMTL

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    I guess I won't waste this thread. I picked up a used Sony NEX-C3 with a 16mm 2.8/f lens for $367 like new on Amazon. So far, I like it. Really good low light ISO performance compared to my last camera. Shots per battery is 400, which I'm not that happy about, so I will buy another battery later.
    The custom menu and minimal button layout is very kool. It's like the PS3 menu, but circular.

    Also I'm wondering how much better it would be to have a full size lens instead of a pancake. The adapters are fairly inexpensive. This would bring the sensor distance back to a full size DSLR. Worth a go?

    I'm not really liking the bokeh on this 16mm at 2.8/f. It looks really like the background has a soft glow to it. At 3.2/f it looks fine though. The lens isn't really sharp at all ;/
     
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    Who was this guy talking to? He seemed to be talking to someone off to the side through some of it?
     
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    I didn't notice!
     

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