Sony cameras have done a lot to move forward the industry, but just like any other system, there are things that can be improved. Here are eight things one photographer would change about the Sony cameras he uses.
Coming to you from Wes Perry, this interesting video discusses eight things he would change about his Sony cameras. No doubt, Sony cameras have done remarkable things for the industry and pushed forward research and development by all companies. But still, there are things that can be improved about them, just like Canon, Nikon, Fuji, and other systems. Personally, after having used several brands for the last decade, the one thing I would most like to change about Sony bodies is the ergonomics. I have always loved the way Canon’s bodies have fit in my hand, and the way the buttons fit under my fingers feels quite intuitive. In particular, Canon cameras tend to sit deep in my palm, while I always have to hold a Sony body using my fingertips, though they have made definitely steps forward in the past few generations of cameras. Check out the video above for Perry’s full thoughts, and let me know what you would change about Sony cameras in the comments.