December 6, 2016 at 6:29PM, Edited December 6, 6:31PM
Does 4k Make Up for a Mediocre Lens?
I've been using the a6300 for a few months now and am happy with the results I am getting from the 16-50 kit lens. I also bought the 18-105 for further reach. In the resolution department, I don't think I've gained much with the 18-105. I've used my Zeiss 35mm on the camera also and am not particularly blown away and usually just use the 18-105. On My Canon and Blackmagic bodies, there is a night and day difference when going from Canon/Panasonic native lenses to the Zeiss. But on the A6300, no discernible difference in resolution. I'm pretty sure there is a difference if I pixel peep but don't care enough to. Are the 16-50 and 18-105 just damn good lenses or does the 4K make up for their shortcomings?