Sony a7II: A Real World Review

The Sony a7II is the most technologically advanced camera I have personally used. The camera has been with me almost every single day for four months now while touring through Costa Rica, Mexico, and road tripping across America. In this post, I share my experiences with the Sony a7II. I’ll review some of my favorite features and some of the quirks of this high performing camera.

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Voigtländer 15mm f/4.5 Heliar III Lens Review

In this review I try one of the most unusual lenses I have ever used: the new Voigtländer 15mm/4.5 Heliar III. It’s an ultra compact, relatively slow, manual focus, super wide angle lens. It’s made for Leica M mount rangefinder cameras but can fit a wide range of mirrorless cameras with the use of an adapter.  It’s one of the few truly excellent ultra wide angle lenses available for the full frame Sony a7 series of cameras. I put it through the paces on a road trip across the American Southwest, capturing ultra wide angle vistas in California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. Read more to hear about my experience shooting desert landscapes with this interesting lens.

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