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A6600 vs A7iii plus TC for bird photography

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    Posted: 12 November 2019 at 18:13
Hello

I am slowly moving over to E mount. I have the SEL200600G lens that I am using on an A6300.

I have seen some wonderful shots taken with this lens plus a TC. My question is if your passion is mostly bird photography; which camera would you get the A6600 or the A7iii?
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Do you need IBIS? Probably not. I would get the A6400.

I think the A6x00 cameras have one disadvantage for BIF and that is the fact that the EVF is on the side. Since you are used to the A6300, this is fine for you. With the money you save by going with the A6400 you could go on nice trip
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Originally posted by addy landzaat addy landzaat wrote:

Do you need IBIS? Probably not. I would get the A6400.

I think the A6x00 cameras have one disadvantage for BIF and that is the fact that the EVF is on the side. Since you are used to the A6300, this is fine for you. With the money you save by going with the A6400 you could go on nice trip


Thanks Addy, I will bear the A6400 in mind.
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Originally posted by addy landzaat addy landzaat wrote:

Do you need IBIS? Probably not. I would get the A6400.



Not for stabilized tele lenses anyway (lest the view jitter like possessed) but since the 200-600 is then I agree. The buffer might be the one other thing, and possibly the grip a third (vs the a6600).
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