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Gsry still very happy with my a33 and I promised my husband that I wouldn’t be upgrading it until it dies: Firstly, did I really need the rfiedman megapixels and the storage space that would require – pictures I took with the A55 were great IQ and the A57 are even better and I’m not into pixel peeeping.
By the time I’m ready to upgrade I guess I’ll worry about it then. Hopefully my photography will evolve in that time too! Its engineers also gave it one of the most customizable and nuanced user interfaces ever. Edited by jon smith.
The a57 sensor may be the same, but the processor is newer. In the end I went for the A57 for a number of reasons. I would try it out in the friedmah with the review on as well as off so that you can get an idea of how it operates.
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I know what you mean about the grip on the A57 having tried one briefly in a shop – I guess there are advantages and disadvantages to a smaller camera. But, not all Bionz processors are created equal. This book is published by Friedmanarchives. But be assured, the Bionz processor in the A57 is improved over that in the A Love your Fujifilm X-T1, and want to get the most from it?
Knitlitcamper 6 years ago.
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I’ve not shot a lot of sports: Submit a News Tip! If you are in any way uncertain about using flash with Fujifilm cameras, then this book will make it simple for you. The best camera bargains of Congrats to you Oleg. The secrets of taking outstanding photos. I see the 57 as one for first-time buyers of a good camera not as an upgrade, at least not this year.
Reproduction in whole or part in any form or medium without specific written permission is prohibited. One of the things that I reallly like about my a33 is the size.
Started Jan 7, Discussions thread. I restarted my journey into photography after many years with A57 and that book. Very nice camera, super fast I just ordered my last A Mount lens. Finally, an easy-to-understand manual that is a match for the cameras it describes!
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The a57 seems like a more refined a55 which indeed makes a great camera I’m an a55 owner. I would not say money is no object – but I could stretch to the price of the A57 and in many ways it makes more sense despite the bigger size, it as as you say a more refined camera and an improved version of the A Thanks Knitlitcamper – I agree with you regarding photobuf’s contributions but, as you pointed out, I did say, with regard to the viewfinders, that it was what I found when doing an actual comparison in the shop – hey, maybe it’s my eyesight!
An entire chapter on the synergy of Live View coupled with Face Detection. By all accounts it is a wonderful camera. Reviews had given me the impression that this was an updated 16mp sensor. Posted 6 years ago. Also, there is a well documented exposure issue when using an external flash with the A65, which the A57 doesn’t have.
So back to the A57 – it seems to have lots of little improvements over the A55 but the major difference is the size. Secondly, I generally take jpegs and many reviews said the jpegs on the A65 were ‘mushy’ and really need to take RAW to get the most out of the sensor and I just haven’t got the time to process RAW.