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    Posted: 27 August 2013 at 06:43
a week ago i had the chance to try this combination for two day`s.
normal i photograph with the A77 & A99 .
but i can say now........i want one , and hope that sony read this to :):)

the camera has no movable screen , and the EVF is 200.000 dots
the camera feels very well , good in your hand and weight not much
have a pretty good AF
i photograph in RAW and in JPEG , but the latest version of LIGHTROOM 5 cannot see the RAW-files , so i use the JPEG`S
SONY place in this camera the same noise-reduction as in the A99 , it`s very good , and you keep a lot of detail.

the 16-70 is a superb lens ,its build very well , not to big and heavy , and with the A3000 or a NEXcamera a must-have-combination.

the picture`s that i take is NOT a LAB-TEST , but only the result from two day`s playing with it.

1 ISO400 F4 1/500



2 ISO400 F5 1/160



3 ISO400 F4 1/640



4 IS A CROP OF 3



5 ISO100 F4 1/100


6 ISO400 F5 1/1250



7 ISO100 F4 1/320



8 ISO100 F4 1/80



9 ISO100 F6.3 1/125



10 ISO200 F4 1/400



11 IS A CROP OF 10



12 ISO200 F5.6 1/160



13 IS A CROP OF 12



14 ISO800 F4 1/1250


15 ISO800 F4 1/200


the next picture`s are taken with a model and with a flash on a trypod

16 ISO100 F4 1/200



17 the same picture as 16 but in HIGH-KEY



18 ISO100 F4 1/200



19 same picture as 18 but little crop


ALL SPECS are in the picture`s

conlusion for me , A3000 is a very nice camera for his price (350 euro)
ofcourse it has also his negatives , but for this price you get a very nice camera with a very very good sensor , and for me personal is that the most important.

ZEIS 16-70 F4 OSS , not to big , not to small very good build , perfect combination at the A3000 and all NEX-camera`s , very good with the lens wide open (F4) , only negative is the price (1000 euro)but it is a "must have lens"

thanks for looking , and if you have questions (i dont now everything) please ask and i shall try to answer them

gustav


Edited by ijsvogel - 27 August 2013 at 11:50
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These are really nice Gustav (as always from you ), it seems that lens is very good, has this 'punchy' Zeiss contrast I recognize from their other lenses (especially visible on the cat shot).

Thanks for sharing!
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Thanks, Gustav. A "must have" for me indeed, the Zeiss is...
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Yes, when you are done playing with it Gustav you can send it to us to USA
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A breathtaking amount of detail and genuine palpability -- the cat and model shots are three dimensional.

I am getting lens lust again.

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Thanks for sharing Gustav, pics look very good! But this is an E-mount camera, right?
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Post Options Post Options   Quote ijsvogel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 August 2013 at 07:48
Originally posted by Anita Anita wrote:

Thanks for sharing Gustav, pics look very good! But this is an E-mount camera, right?


thanks anita , yes its a E-mount ...i`m sure you shall love this set

Edited by ijsvogel - 27 August 2013 at 07:55
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Thanks Gustav, great shots with great combo.

As you are ready to answer,

1) How you feel for now - is JPEG good enough for indoor, garden and travel situations?

2) Can you show shots with NEX-7 & 16-70Zeiss combo?

NEX7
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Hi Gustav, are you sure about the resolution of the EVF?

Dpreview is stating 201,600 dots EVF...(as with the HX300)
Also, looking from the rear of the A3000, the EVF has the same small viewfinder hole as the HX300...which also explains the absence of the IR detector on the viewfinder...

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Post Options Post Options   Quote ijsvogel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 August 2013 at 07:59
Originally posted by Aavo Aavo wrote:

Thanks Gustav, great shots with great combo.

As you are ready to answer,

1) How you feel for now - is JPEG good enough for indoor, garden and travel situations?

2) Can you show shots with NEX-7 & 16-70Zeiss combo?



hi Aavo , i hope they place the same sensor in the new camera`s ,like the new A77
all the picture`s of the butterflies are taken inside , so with not so much light , so yes , i`m very happy with this sensor
i shall ask sony to try the NEX7 with the new zeiss 16-70

greetings
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Post Options Post Options   Quote ijsvogel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 August 2013 at 08:00
Originally posted by Arni Swarni Arni Swarni wrote:

Hi Gustav, are you sure about the resolution of the EVF?

Dpreview is stating 201,600 dots EVF...(as with the HX300)
Also, looking from the rear of the A3000, the EVF has the same small viewfinder hole as the HX300...which also explains the absence of the IR detector on the viewfinder...



your right Arni , i writh this last night , so i had problems to hold my eyes open , i shall chance it , thanks

Edited by ijsvogel - 27 August 2013 at 11:54
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http://yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/profile/109172/
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Post Options Post Options   Quote santiclaws Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 August 2013 at 08:11
You just cost me $1,000, damn you.
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Originally posted by santiclaws santiclaws wrote:

You just cost me $1,000, damn you.


sorry but this is the sony price , maybe afther a few month`s (christmas) it shall be less
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Post Options Post Options   Quote romke Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 August 2013 at 08:21
thanks for sharing Gustav.

the images show that with the camera in capable hands and a quality lens it can deliver very good results.

however, most times this camera will be used by people somewhat less capable and with a lens that pricewise is more in the same league as the body.

then the results will be somewhat less stellar i guess.



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