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A topic of 239 pages are not a short one. I've read and enjoyed it for the past couple of weeks. I've seen many great works and brilliant thoughts here. Thanks guys for sharing.
I have a question about body, body for R lenses.
I'm now using a 50/2 and a 21-35 is on the way (exciting). I'm planning to get a 80-200/4 and if budget allows, may be a 80/1.4 as well.
You can tell I'm setting up my lens combination to R lens only. Holpfully these lens can cover most of my need.
I shoot lots of architecture, some landscape, and lots of family portrait. I have a 3 years old. So I need to do some video recording as well.
I'm now using a panasonic GF1, yes, an old machine, and it's not full frame. focusing are always painful, especial to my always-running-baby.
I almost booked a 6D when Sony released a7. I kind of got lost. I like the image quality of 6D, but don't like it's big body, and relatively weak video function. a7/a7r seems to be pretty nice, full frame, light weight, good video function, etc. But its battery is weak, and image quality is unknown.
I guess my main needs to the body are:
1. full frame
2. easy to do manual focusing, especially to kids
3. good video function
4. lightweight if possible
Which one do you think I should consider? any other choice?