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Sony a6600 (Body) Bundle $1198 or w/ 18-135mm Lens $1598 + free s/h

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Remember the 18-135 is not internal zoom so any gimbal work while adjusting focal length will be a PITA.
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Just checked out a review on the the a6600 - oh jelly crap. That rolling shutter is still there. Why Sony?
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This or A7III man so tempted with this one however
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This or A7III man so tempted with this one however
A7iii unless you need something small/portable and doing video work. I just got a used a7iii locally for $1400....that's a $200 difference for a full frame. Worth every penny imo.
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A7iii unless you need something small/portable and doing video work. I just got a used a7iii locally for $1400....that's a $200 difference for a full frame. Worth every penny imo.
Where is it available for $1400?
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Where is it available for $1400?
It was purchased used locally.
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Just checked out a review on the the a6600 - oh jelly crap. That rolling shutter is still there. Why Sony?
What is that?
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What is that?
Look it up. In a nutshell, during a video recording fast moving objects or fast panning will skew the shapes to look stretched ot trapezoidal like. It's because the pixel data from the sensor is captured line by line I think. Not the best person to describe ot
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Look it up. In a nutshell, during a video recording fast moving objects or fast panning will skew the shapes to look stretched ot trapezoidal like. It's because the pixel data from the sensor is captured line by line I think. Not the best person to describe ot
And the reason it's done is because it's more economical to produce those cameras that way. The vast majority of cameras outside professional video-oriented models are produced with rolling shutters instead of global shutters.

If you want something that doesn't have that issue and you shoot sports, there's always the A9 (which reads multiple lines at once)...
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It was purchased used locally.
They're also all over eBay.
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Just checked out a review on the the a6600 - oh jelly crap. That rolling shutter is still there. Why Sony?
Is there any comparable spec camera with global shutter?
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This or A7III man so tempted with this one however
Depends on what you want to do with it. This is more compact and lighter than the A7 series, and also, the lenses are lighter and smaller as well.
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Is there any comparable spec camera with global shutter?
I think the Fuji XT3 but it doesn't have stabilization. Ironically, Fuji's sensor is made by Sony.
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This or A7III man so tempted with this one however
If you jump into the full frame ecosystem, your lens will all be expensive compared to the aps-c size system. So take that into consideration.
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