Sony A6500, RX100 V, UHS-II, Fomex, and more. DSLR FILM NOOB Podcast Ep 122

by Staff October 13, 2016 at 10:41 am

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  1. Omg, do your research guys, the SLT tech is only use for the A-mount cameras and has nothing to do with the RX series cameras. There's no light loss in the Sony fixed cameras and E.mount cameras.

    ND filters can be implemented into the fixed lens, hence you find ND filters in the RX10 and RX100-iv and v. With an interchangable lens camera like the A6500, you can't use the same tech, due to the nature of interchangeable lenses.

  2. It is not the imaging sensor that gets hot and triggers an over heat warning. It is the processing unit – Bionz X in the case for Sony. The A6500 has therefore a co-processor (LSI). Hence, the IBIS is not a factor when it comes to overheating. On the A6300 the Bionz X just had too much to do processing a 6K image in a small body. The LSI chip will hopefully change that.

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