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16-Mar-2017 10:55

I love/loved my Nikons and never regretted avoiding Canon at any stage. I liked the idea of a quiet, mirrorless camera, that was small.

Having borrowed one for a trip to Romania, I discovered it wasn’t quite there for me in terms of performance. I bought it without trying it, along with the 23mm f/1.4 and 52mm f/1.2.

The power of a D4s/D5 in an X-T2 body is what I craved… Sony announced a new a9 body out the blue a few months ago. This is everything a wedding photographer has been dreaming of. Silent shooting, the best focus system, eye-AF, 32000th/s, in-camera stabilization, fantastic EVF, 20fps if needed, smaller and a lighter than a D4s (similar to D750), two SD slots.

Full frame, mirrorless, usable electronic shutter with silent shooting, and no blackout. I tested side by side and put the f/1.4 straight back in the box. A nice little cheap lens to fill a hole for me now. I think I will invest in the 35mm f/1.4 just before winter but it’s big, expensive and weighs quite a bit. It’s expensive, but I conclude that this is the best digital camera available today for wedding photographers.

It meant I could ditch full manual exposure for the first time in my career and shoot aperture priority and auto-ISO also.

I took it to a few weddings and it was fun to use, but it wasn’t a Nikon D4s in terms of performance.

With moments missed, a higher rate of out of focus shots and files I struggled to work with, I sold the 58 f/1.2, and the X-T2 with 23mm f/1.4 were relegated to solely my family camera.

Several original members had left in 1964, along with lead singer Billy Gordon, who had departed the following year.

Focusing was okay, but not in low light and when you need to react fast to moments it just didn’t cut the mustard for me.

I stress ‘for me’ as there are others who use it wonderfully.

The group had come together in 1966, and their first single release, a cover of Lead Belly's "Goodnight, Irene", features Stubbs on lead.

Initial Originals singles did not chart, and much of their early time around Motown was spent providing backing vocals for other artists like Stevie Wonder and David Ruffin.Joe Stubbs (born Joseph Stubbles, 1942 — February 5, 1998) was an American R&B/soul singer who became the lead singer of four different groups throughout his recording career.He was the younger brother of The Four Tops' lead Levi Stubbs.A renewed version of the group, with Joe Stubbs as lead singer, began recording.

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