Sony Mirrorless Camera class!
If you are one of the many photographers who have the new Sony mirrorless cameras or you want to learn more about them prior to purchasing, this class will explain the modes, benefits and how to bring out their best. These cameras are packed with many modes and systems to make photography easier and better but it's hard to figure this out from just an instruction book. Come get the scoop on mirrorless.
Tech/Adult Center, Computer Lab
13055 Bill Francis Drive, Auburn
10/27/16 Thursday 2:00pm - 5:00pm $29.00
(To attend the class you MUST sign up in advance with Placer School for Adults (530)885.8585 or www.placeronline.org)
The 20mm Sony is a great lens, but the Sigma 30 Art lens is in a class all it's own. It really comes down to angle of view. If you want a wider angle lens for landscapes the 20 is a natural choice. The 16-35 focal range is the first one I pick for landscapes and I usually stay within the 16-24 range of the lens for wide vistas. either lens would be a great addition to your camera bag but I would go for the 20 personally.
julie m umemura(non-registered)
So class was packed with information-but i forgot to ask about the lens I'm looking at for my upcoming Aurora photo taking trip- I am wondering if a prime wide angle like Sony SEL-20F28 E-Mount 20mm F2.8 Prime Fixed Lens or a cheaper version like Sony Sigma 30mm F2.8 EX DN Art (Black) for Sony SE would help me or should I just stick to what I have? Thanks JMU
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