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    The HD could have been great or at least better like with the previous a6000 & friends, but corporate decided the 4K quality was more important as the trade-off, which wasn't a bad decision in itself either as the a6300/a6500 and a7III had some of the highest quality 4K of their time for the price back then (while the a6300/a6500 had the worst rolling shutter in the history of cameras to get that quality).


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    I've had better luck with the Tamron 28-75 because it's a FF lens.


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