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Bad pebble. Bad bad pebble.

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Wonder if somebody can help me out with this. I'm looking at getting the Sony a6000 (or a7000 if they released one in the next month or so). But I don't know if it would be worth spending three times as much on a full frame a7. I like the creamy bokeh look full frame can give, plus some of the other features, but would it really be worth the extra money for an semi-advanced amateur standpoint as a longer term investment. I come from a nikon 5100 and "never quite working right" D7000. I have some really nice glass but find I leave it behind more often because of size and weight. And completely torn on the two sony cameras (seemed the best mirrorless for the money in my research).
Thanks for reading.
Chris

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Hi, how often do you calibrate the focus in your camera and/or your knees? Is it worth the $100+ investment in the calibration kit or will DIY work as well? I have noticed the images in my d7000 are soft no matter the lens I use. Is this a sign I need to calibrate or perhaps another issue? Thanks!

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You no see Hulk
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