The Switch from Nikon to Sony
May 01, 2018 • Leave a Comment
While I've enjoyed using my Nikon bodies and lenses for the past twenty 20 or so years, I've begun switching to the Sony system. In particular, the Sony A7R III. While the Nikon D850 is a great camera, and I did own it for a while, I can no longer justify the time it takes to calibrate lenses. It's just not something I want to do any longer. So, a few week ago, I sold the vast majority of my Nikon gear. For the time being, I'm keeping my D500 and a couple of long lenses that I've used for wildlife and sports. Although, as I get use to using my new Sony, I'll more than likely complete the transition entirely.
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