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The wife want to drop Film photo to get into digital and for some reason want a Fuji
What is a good starting one ? She also want to use those film simulations you see on the social medias
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>>4022115
>>4022163
sounds like you're more of a Sony guy my man

>>4022172
the newer the sensor the more film simulation modes and options the camera has has. The ones that currently have "everything" film simulation related: X100V, X-T4, X-S10, X-E4, X-T30 II. They're all fine.
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>>4022115
>>4022163
What made you pick the X-T4?
Figure out what types of pictures you want to take, and that will let you focus in on the lenses that can best do that for you. If you have no idea on lenses, just start with one of the midrange zooms (18-55, 18-60, 16-55) and play around with it enough, and you'll get an idea of what you want/need. If budget is a constraint, I would 100% take a cheaper camera if it meant room for better lenses.

>>4022164
Yup. In most cases, pictures out of an X-T2 (or X-E3, X-T20, etc) and X-T4 are going to be indistinguishable, the X-T4 just makes it easier to get those pics, extra features, and much better video capabilities.
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>>4022172
>wife want to drop Film photo to get into digital and for some reason want a Fuji
you don't think the fully manual control dials and similarity to film slrs and rangefinders has something to do with that? a lot of us here started on film or shoot both.

what focal lengths does she shoot on film? how experienced of a photographer is she?

best value default answer is X-T2 which is an absurdly good value for the price you can snag them locally if you're patient. add a 35 f2 or the 27 f2.8 or 18-55 and you're golden

the thing with the older cameras though is it doesn't have all the simulations of the newer models. i only shoot raw so i'm not concerned with missing some but i think recipe guys do? maybe you guys can chime in too, then maybe an x-e4 or x-t30mkii
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>>4022175
>you don't think the fully manual control dials and similarity to film slrs and rangefinders has something to do with that? a lot of us here started on film or shoot both.
there's a 90% chance it's because she saw that on social media but i get it help
>what focal lengths does she shoot on film? how experienced of a photographer is she?
Honestly ? she's can get a proper composition most of the time but she's not good with proper exposure and is obsessed with fast lenses
thank you my brothers for the advice, i think i'm gonna go with the XT2 it seem good

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Post any questions related to photography that you have and pray that the photography Gods of /p/ answer.

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>>4022032
Brighten it more in post? Isn't there more details in the dark assuming you shoot raw?
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>>4022062
>which could be done with a phone
If you are comfortable with it sure. Personally I don't like using my phone for much, since everything is basically a hassle without dedicated buttons for anything.
I actually dug out my old PowerShot A590 to use as "the one that's with you". Just need to buy some new batteries. I basically always have a backpack though.
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>>4022069
Why the fuck do people take shots at night and then change them so that they don't look like they were taken at night?

>>4022032
It's fine the way it is.
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>>4022072
>Why the fuck do people take shots at night and then change them so that they don't look like they were taken at night?
Don't ask me, I was just trying to help anon out.
Although I must say it might be a little too dark as of now, at least for viewing in daylight.
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>>4021442
Yup, did all the work myself. Thanks! In northern Sweden a Volvo might be your best bet. If it's from before the mid 80s it's extremely likely to be rwd, as well as instantly cool as fuck. A friend of mine from Sweden has a Toyota Celica Supra but it cost him like 50k SEK.

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i got in an argument with a guy recently and he's an annoying know-it-all but i am now wondering if i could be wrong.

monitors need to be of a sufficient quality for a sufficient degree of color accuracy and they need to be calibrated to be useful in a professional setting. panels can have different color biases even within the same make and model. i have two of the same monitor and one of them is green while the other is magenta. my eyes are adjusted to the magenta one and i do all of my developing in lightroom on the magenta one because it doesn't look magenta, it just looks normal to my eyes. if you use a display for long enough, your eyes stop seeing the color bias the display has and it will look normal to you. my understanding is that every display has some color bias and if you want your monitors to look the same you need to pay extra to buy a matching set that have been curated from existing stock to have the same temperature/tint. they don't make them to look the same, they just make a production run, pull a selection of them, look at the panels with an instrument, and categorize them into different categories of tint.

this guy i was arguing with was saying that if your monitor has any tint, and the whites and grays are not objectively neutral in color, then it's a shitty monitor not suitable for professional graphics work because all professionals have monitors that all look objectively identical to each other. this sounds like bullshit to me. are there any professionals here with a pro monitor, who are invested enough that you calibrate your displays for accuracy, who can chime in about this?
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>>4022038
Wtf is this? Did someone give a camera to a literal blind retard? Wtf is going on with the colors? If this is what a calibrated monitor leads to I'm never ever gonna calibrate!
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>>4021615
>don't trust your senses
>trust widgets
nah
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>>4022095
Calibrating your monitor isn't about achieving an artistic style, it's about keeping your works starting point consistent, reliable and predictable, even across different brands of gear. Just look at what happens when you don't use calibrated gear >>4022038
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>>4022102
You're right to a point. I use my iPhone and eyeball it from there. If I can't tell, my wedding clients sure as fuck won't be able to tell, and in my hundreds of datapoints, this process seems to hold. I'm sure it's different for different industries, but the idea that every (pro) photographer needs a SpyderX isn't the case.
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>>4022120
>I don't calibrate despite having paying customers, not because I don't care but because they dont know better

You're bullshitting, anyone with paying customers wouldn't think twice at a one off $200 cost for a piece of hardware that has unquestionable value. Even if you were an entry level wedding photographer, that's about 1\5th of a day's pay.

I'm willing to bet you're just another mad, poor, kid, that tries to use the cover of pretending to be a professional wedding photographer as cope for the fact you use poorboy gear, whilst lusting over real camera gear.

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IG is dead for photos.

Where are we supposed to post our shitty snapshits other than /p/?

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>>4021786
>I think if you take a break you get thrown in algorithm-jail, anon. Same thing has happened to me.

same here, I could give a rats ass tho

IG became TikTok 2.0
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>>4021931
>moving to one of the many other platforms
like what? theres a reason we get this thread all the time, its because instagram spits us out and theres no real alternative that isn't nearly completely populated by indian people and bots that one could mistake for indian people
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>>4021784
>>4021786
nah, i don't even think the break is the problem with the algorithm, instagram has shifted so far from what made it cool it's actually insane. if you don't put all your followers in 'favorites', it just ends up being a clusterfuck and they never even show latest posts anymore that often. It's the same thing people gave facebook and twitter shit for, putting 'top stories first' or whatever.

Instagram is so fucked to be honest and IS trying to be a direct tik-tok competitor, hence the focus on the 'scroll infinitely' videos
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>>4021784
Fuck, it's taken me over three years and I still can't stay above 90 followers. It has been a depressing grind to even get that far.

I post local street photography within my city; hashtag main streets, areas and descriptors. Over 1,800 photos. Fucking worst 'reach' ever.

I am lucky to get double digits. Only a handful ever went over 20. My best was 58 a couple of months back and it had zero effect on later posts. Many of my followers don't like and many likers don't follow. I'd hoped that I could build a following in my local area, nothing crazy, but it never happened.

I went from posting ridiculous amounts of photos (yes, I probably tripped a spam black-list) to posting a few photos every three weeks. A random church photo of mine was taken off and it was never the same. I tried switching to a business account and the engagement was even worse.

I get some IRL praise for my photos, but it seems that no-one else cares. Another local photo account praised me for months, then suddenly did not engage anymore. Perhaps it's just as well that the analytics sites were all fucked up, or taken over, so I can't see how poor it has gotten.

As is typical, I get better with experience, though this is not having any effect on my reach. I now play around a lot more with aspect ratios, but I realize it is pretty limited on IG; 4:5 and 1:1 are the best ratios for that platform. Wider ones are wasted.

I was also highly encouraged to start my own website to sell my photos late last year, but it failed hard. As an otherwise hopeless aspie asocial NEET, this particularly fucking sickened me. I also cross-post from IG to Twitter (which finally show image previews) and the reach is still utter shit. Occasionally, I post ultrawide images on Twitter and though that format suits better than on IG, the reach is, again, crap.

So I have to accept that I will never make it on social media, or financially, so I take photos for the enjoyment of it and see no point in pushing it.
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>>4021208
Working on my website atm. Will use Instagram to redirect to my website for un edited/cropped content. Instagram will be irrelevant in 3 years much like Facebook is now. Photo (static) content is being pushed out by video shorts and shills. Zuck said he is bringing NFT to Instagram this year and I really think that is the nail in the coffin.

Whoever launched a new hosting platform and leaves the politics and censorship out of it stands to make a trillion dollars.

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I'm curious to know what kind of combo of Camera+phone are you guys rocking right now ?
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>>4022004
>Sony Xperia Pro-I
Do you live stream in 4K?
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moto g7
nikon d500/nikon fm
the phone camera is... pretty awful.
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Bentax DSLR
iPhone 8
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>>4021642
Its a girly phone
Are you girly or tranny?
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Poco X3 Pro + D5300
GCam made the phone camera go from meh to decent, for a phone camera that is.

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Nikon bunker thread.

ONE new camera expected for rest of 2022.

How are other Nikon shooters holding up? What Nikon camera are you currently shooting with and hows it performing?

Still the best cameras out there!
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>>4022016
Does the image get darker or na? If nor, its fucked. You're pressing the timer lever towards the lens yeah?
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>>4022078
It's out of stock. It's the limited edition strap that the Nikon Museum in Tokyo has. I guess since they closed down in the pandemic, it got swooped up quickly online.

>>4021910
Someone is selling a few versions that are genuine on eBay if you want to go through there instead of places like Yahoo Auctions.
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>>4022098
Damn, they weren't sold out when I first checked. I was mostly asking because I was fairly certain that website doesn't ship out of Japan. Guess I'll have to look through eBay, then.
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>>4022036
I honestly wouldn't recommend switching to Nikon if you have no intention of using Nikon glass. That's one of the main selling points of the brand.
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>>4022016
If the function was working correctly, you would notice a significant darkening of the viewfinder due to decreased light, as well as an increase in depth of field.

The fact that it isn't working could represent a problem with the camera body OR the lens you're using, or both.

The mechanism uses a little mechanical lever-arm that physically opens and closes the lens aperture. It's possible that the lens is too resistant (insufficient lubrication) for the motor, or that the motor has weakened over time.

Additionally, the fact that the DoF preview isn't working might mean that your camera isn't able to stop down the lens, so it may impact photo-taking as well. You might only be able to shoot wide open.

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Bird appreciation post

new thread boys

bonus challenge: capture bird fights

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you literally do not need more

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>>4021863
I can't take the photos I want to take with only 35mm, I can't photograph planes in the sky or the top of tall buildings or trees
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>>4015556
X-E4 is right there loll
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I'm looking for a small camera to be my main shooter, it needs to be portable so I'll take it with me but also better than my phone, so it's gotta be APS-C. That being said is the X100V the right one for me? I do a lot of night stuff but would also like a general purpose all rounder.
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>>4019977
>is the V that much better than the F?
I'm a poorfag and always buy a generation behind when buying a new camera. That said, the V is better than the F in every conceivable way. X100F is still great, but considering the used marked is F'd and the F is going for a grand, I'd say hold out for a V.
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>>4015556
>fixed prime lens of the shittiest focal length
>its interchangable lens equivalent with the pancake kit lens included is 300 dollars cheaper

literally why the fuck would you ever buy this

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Lately I've become sort of an amateur lens technician taking apart and cleaning old lenses.

Before anyone calls me an idiot, I've garnered the necessary equipment (spanner wrench, lens solution, JIS screwdrivers, ESD gloves, etcetera) and working acumen to do more good than harm for all the lenses I've taken apart.

The scourge of my existence however has been dust that is not visible in normal light, but is in great excess when a small light is shone through the lens. I work in an uncluttered environment and run a Honeywell HEPA filter prior to a project (air purifier, not laminar flow cabinet can't afford that shit)

A lens blower actually worsens the amount of dust that is not visible in normal lighting though it gets rid of visible dust, presumably from the fast-moving air leaving static buildup on the glass. I have had much greater success with a dry lens tissue but there is still a generous of non-visible dust.

Is there a technique or tool used to remove the remaining dust on optic elements? And yes even non-visible dust can affect contrast and sharpness, especially in backlit photos.
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This is how you do it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8eP7yxsa-c
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>>4022152
Could you provide a timestamp to when he removes the dust?

The lighter fluid and hydrogen peroxide for non-fungal afflicted elements isn't the most confidence inducing either.

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I just bought a Canon RP only to realise that it has like 4 non-L lenses and now I'm realising, that as a poor-fag I'm going to have to adapt EF lenses to it if I don't want to spend 2000 dollars.

The batteries it comes with are shite and I need to get a speedlight to go with it.

Is the RP just canon's way of making fun of poor people who can't afford R5/6s or an expensive toy for rich chinese dads to take shit photos of their children with.
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>>4021199
>>4021204
fuck off SNOYTARD shill samefag
take your ANUS brand and shove it deep inside your ass
soulless corporate shill nophoto fucking faggot
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>>4021236
i don't own any Sony cameras numb nuts
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>>4021243
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Eos R is very nice if it had IBIS it would be perfect but even so I don't see myself upgrading in a very long time if ever
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>>4019061
Entry level cameras at every sensor size are shit. With that money you could've bought a well equipped aps-c, but you fell for the FF meme instead. Now you are cursed to shit up every gear thread about how FF is absolutely necessary to alleviate your buyers remorse and pass the disease on to unsuspecting newcomers It Follows-style. You'll have a lot of time to do this now because you won't be spending time taking photos.

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Is it possible to achieve good photography with a 100€ camera? If so, what is a good choice?
t. poorfag in search of a new hobby
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>>4021991
Simply not true
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You have multiple choices
Canon EOS 40D, 550D and upwards
Samsung NX cameras (good aps-c sensor)
Sony NEX series of cameras
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>>4021999
The S90 is real underrated. You can do serious damage with one of those.
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>>4021999
solid kino
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>>4021999
What mode do you shoot in? I got a S90 and my shots are blurry and the focus is all over the place.

>Community links
35mmc.com
Casualphotophile.com
Emulsive.org
istillshootfilm.org/beginners-guide-film-photography
digitaltruth.com/devchart.php
industrieplus.net/dxdatabase

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so i finished designing my first photobook, this would be the final version ready for print. what do you guys think ?

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Hello, retard and complete newbie here. I inherited a Nikon FE. There's a depth-to-field preview lever right next to the lens, but when I depress it it seems to do absolutely nothing. Is depth-to-field really that subtle or am I doing something wrong? And yes I am trying different apertures, and shutter speed is on auto
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Keep hearing Twitter is the new place to post photography, is this true? I've never liked using twitter and I'm a socially awkward nerd and hate socialising
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>>4021971
fuck, cutting the pages and gluing them together prrfectly is harder than i thought would be
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>>4022002
If your aperture is fully closed (eg f/16 but depends on the lens) it should be noticeably darker when you press it.

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I'm so confused on what camera to get. First there's all the sensors and crop formats then we get to pricing, and I keep thinking "if I get this could I have done better? If I spent a little more I could've got more", then there's lenses, then I read and watch reviews and specification details and nothing means anything.
I know I'd like to do night time shots and dusk/sunrise shots because that's what I do with my phone now, but I'd like a real dedicated camera. Durability and weather sealing is also a must because I go camping and hiking, it seems a lot of cameras don't offer it though. All that being said what the hell should I get? I was thinking around $1000.
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>>4021549
A 2nd hand Sony a7ii and the 28-60 would be a good starter combo that nearly comes under budget.

The 28-60 is weather sealed, so you'll be fine in the rain, just have some common sense and don't set your camera down in puddles of water.

Full frame is a necessity for good night time shots. A good smartphone will be better than a m43 sensor camera as the phone takes multiple shots and blends them together to minimise noise.
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>>4021619
>oh no! mommy! my playstation fell in a puddle!

You realize every m43s have HDR too right? You snoys are completely fucking retarded
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>>4021549
> low light
> durable
> under $1000

Get a used Canon 5D, like the Mark III. They're built like tanks and got used in jungles and rainforests, a little rain is no problem.

Depending on condition, you can get them on ebay for $400-600. That leaves you a few hundred to pick up a fast prime lens and one of those plastic weather covers for it.
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>>4021620
>every m43s have HDR

I'd love to know what you think you meant by this statement.
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>>4021549
cameras are a tool you physically use, they're not a fucking graphics card so there is a very high chance you won't be perfectly satisfied with your first purchase. You reading camera reviews right now is about as useful to you as me reading detailed reviews of sexual experiences would be for me. Just buy something, preferably used, and once you have experience with it you will be able to tell what you really need and what you don't for a more serious purchase. For example, my first camera had a fully articulated screen which I fucking hated so I had to buy one with a tilt screen, even though full articulation is supposed to be an upgrade.
This is of course if you'll actually be using your camera to take photos, you could just buy a sony and instead spend that time here posting "muh fullframe" and "muh autofocus" arguments with pictures of your faggot cat attached for the next 5 years.

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Are there any /p/hotography anime besides Just Because?
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>>4021930
Ahaha he's walking around with an exposed sensor all day. I'd slap him silly.
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>>4022122
no, brand paid them to put their cameras into anime otherwise they will just put some random meme name

What are some good pocketable cameras? Are there any particularly good cameras like the Panasonic LX15 or Canon G9Xii?

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>>4022112
Datapoint: The 31mm was voted the second-best Pentax lens of all time on PF on account of its purported Pixie Dust. Literally a fucking cult and literally fucking insane.
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Seriously looking at the XT-4, how is it in sand, dust and rain?
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I want to get into wildlife videography on a budget but also want something better than a phone for stills. Doesnt have to be amazing, just passable. Im used to shooting on a compact. Wanna start up a youtube channel for the wildlife videos that will have face to camera segments walking around in the forest so it will need vlog like capabilities.

Looking at a Nikon P1000 or a Sony RX10 IV. Nikons got the reach but sonys got the better video and that super cool ultra slow mo. Im leaning toward the sony for that reason, but the Nikon has that incredible reach.

Sonys the play here right?

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>>4022129
If it's Sony I would go for something like
A6600 for the battery life
Sigma 150-600 DG DN for the insane 900mm reach.
Tamron 11-20 for the vlogging.
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>>4022129
arent zv1 and zv10 also sony's vlogging cams? but zv1 has only 24-70 equiv. while zv10 is apsc milc

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