Mu Eugene wrote in post #17277999
That's an easter egg feature in the A7 menu. You haven't figured it out yet?
By the way, stunning shot (Prairie Fire) over at TS-E24 thread. Which camera did you use?
Hehe...I'm slow to find those easter eggs!
Thanks for the kind remark on my photo! That was a seven-exposure hdr from my 5D III.
I can't believe I haven't done it yet, but I want and need to do some tests to compare image quality from 5D III vs a7R. Per my comments above, I typically use my TS-E 24 II on my a7R for single hand-held exposures. But, if it's on a tripod and AEB brackets I like using my 5D III.
Charlie wrote in post #17278034
I agree, I think the OVF leveling is horrible.... I do think that canon's leveling is generally better than sony's. it's more strict and precise. Canon might be 0.2% +- and sony 0.5% +-
probably close enough for most folks, but it bugs me a little.
You're right on Charlie - I've noticed that too. While I love the a7 level, I too have noticed it's less precise than I want. It annoys me to get the camera "level" and be able to rock the camera around and it's still "level".