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The power of a D4s/D5 in an X-T2 body is what I craved… Sony announced a new a9 body out the blue a few months ago. This is everything a wedding photographer has been dreaming of. Silent shooting, the best focus system, eye-AF, 32000th/s, in-camera stabilization, fantastic EVF, 20fps if needed, smaller and a lighter than a D4s (similar to D750), two SD slots.
Full frame, mirrorless, usable electronic shutter with silent shooting, and no blackout. I tested side by side and put the f/1.4 straight back in the box. A nice little cheap lens to fill a hole for me now. I think I will invest in the 35mm f/1.4 just before winter but it’s big, expensive and weighs quite a bit. It’s expensive, but I conclude that this is the best digital camera available today for wedding photographers.
The dream of using a Fuji X-T2 was real, but in reality, it just didn’t perform well enough for them and went back to their original systems.
The X-T2 is a good camera, and I loved using it for the family. The X-T2 was a step in the right direction, but a near miss.
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If it were an X-T1 but better, then I was sure it was for me.
I don’t think I had a real intention at the time for it to become my main wedding camera of choice, but it did come along with me.
Having borrowed one for a trip to Romania, I discovered it wasn’t quite there for me in terms of performance. I bought it without trying it, along with the 23mm f/1.4 and 52mm f/1.2.
20 frames per second and an autofocus system to die for, including face detection and Eye-AF. The f/1.8 version is just as good in every single way but just doesn’t go to f/1.4. 5 years from now we’ll laugh how a camera made a click at something as solemn as a wedding, anyhow.
A Sony sensor (who make sensors for Nikon) with great ISO noise and color rendition. The Sony a9 is truly a groundbreaking camera, and to think as the years pass there will be even better technology available is just crazy.
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