If you’re in the market for a new mirrorless camera then the A7C surely has to be on your mind, but let’s get one thing out of the way immediately, if you’re going to be out and about with it a lot and you have big hands then forget it.
Yes, I know it’s supposed to be compact, and even people with big hands want compact stuff too, but there’s a problem, the grip is not good… in fact it’s downright awful, and that’s very disappointing because I’m in the market for a new mirrorless and I have big hands.
Since the world went remote, and the demand for Zoom video conferencing skyrocketed the cost of mirrorless video capture cards went through the roof.
Some of the leading HDMI video capture cards that let you hook a mirrorless or DSLR camera up to a computer, increased from $150 to as much as $650.
Historically video capture cards have always commanded a pretty high (and unwarranted in my opinion) price, and the market seems happy paying it, but then things got weird.
All of a sudden an unbranded video capture card labeled as “HDMI Video Capture” started showing up on…
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Mirrorless cameras are the future because they’re lighter, quieter and are now available with incredible high-resolution electronic viewfinders.
Recent viewfinder, and auto-focus innovations make mirrorless the best, and most obvious choice for photographers, and videographers going forward.
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