nutz.everyone talks about the low light... but in reality you should be properly exposing your shots most of the time, so when does that really come in handy?
I liked that my fs100 could go to 5000 iso without grain, then I could take any of my lenses/a slow lens and be able to use it at f5.6 while shooting urban/something lit up for skiing.
But you're right though, for everything i had shot in the past for my current job, we'd always have everything lit or shot with daylight, etc i never went past like 1000 iso on my fs100 for normal day to day shit.
rainydayinspiredThe rolling shutter on the A7s is not as bad as people make it out to be
I know of a handful of people who use the a7s and some use them every day at the hill (napes, tom arnell who make the i ride pc edits) and ive never seen a bad rolling shutter shot from them and ive never heard any of them complain about it. Its not worth getting hung up on pixel peepers, they usually put a camera through the most extreme tests that never mimic a real life situation.
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