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Brian W. Allan

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  1. I've used CardRecovery in situations like this. Worked well. I use a Sony A7S, A7R, A7 II, A7R II and RX10 III. bwa
  2. ‚ÄčI could not agree more! It is the "feel" of the lens that really counts, not a bunch of (sometimes) questionable testing. Shoot the lens. If it feels good and you like the results, it is a keeper! I shoot with a range of lenses. Sometimes everything comes together and I get a few great shots, sometimes not. But if I look at the lenses that have captured the spirit of a shot, it is quite often not the best, highest resolution, more expensive lens in the bag...
  3. Don't forget the 0.7x gain in focal ratio, regardless of vignetting and a wider FOV... This is very important to me for astro/nightscape photography.
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