Sources: Sony RX1, Sony a99, Sony NEX-6
quote: Nortel on September 12, 2012 at 10:13 AM-$2800 for a SLT camera that produces purple color fringing, no resolution bump from the a900 and no optical viewfinder, OLED only
quote: I think you're confusing chromatic aberration from the lens in high contrast situations. Last I checked, this affects most lenses [even high end zooms/primes].
quote: pro's do not want to have to process their images to remove CA when it is a design flaw from the beginning.
quote: All Sony lenses are image stabilized and the prices have actually fallen in respect to the big 2. Quality wise, they are actually quite good with some beating out any offerings available, like the 135mm f1.8 and 24mm f2.
quote: if I'm shooting at 1/30 sec, I don't care if I'm shooting with a 1200mm or 12mm
quote: Sony's cameras are equivalent or cheaper compared to the big 2 so there is no added cost.
quote: but you can't say 'buy Nikon/Canon' because they have better lenses and more of a selection.
quote: Sony has the entire lineup of lenses and the quality is on par with the big 2 on most of their offerings.
quote: Sony is #1 in the world in professional video.
quote: Nikon really should be #1 in market share
quote: Quality wise, they are actually quite good