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  1. After much angst and months of indecision I finally purchased the Sony A7ii. Size and weight were the primary reasons for the switch and the in-body image stabilization was the final factor that pried my beloved Canon 5DM2 out of my hands and replaced it with the A7ii. In this model Sony swapped positions for the shutter button and the aperture dial making it much more comfortable to hold and use. This also helped seal the deal for me. I'm not shooting weddings or studio portraits so my needs will vary from a full-time pro photog. It's been a couple weeks and my first batch of images j
  2. I was wondering if I should submit these images for QC, they are high ISO and shot under difficult conditions. Does QC take that into account ? I cannot see any way of replicating the photos so they would neatly fit the QC criteria. ( and I have also not worked out the image upload thing either ) https://www.flickr.com/photos/76729200@N00/14745985740/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/76729200@N00/14909652046/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/76729200@N00/14909652136/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/76729200@N00/14746081667/
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