As many of you may be aware I began my switch over from Canon DSLR to Sony Mirrorless in May 2010 when I purchased a NEX-5 with a kit lens. The following Christmas I purchased a Sony VG10E camcorder because it came with a zoom lens that I needed for a specific project. I now use the Sony A7RIII and despite claims that there are few lenses available I have a large number E-Mount lenses but there a few more that I would like to purchase within the next 12 months: The 100-400mm GM, the 14-24mm G, the 16-35mm GM and the 100mm STF lens.
Anyway Sony gave me the opportunity to try all their E-Mount lenses at Leopardstown racecourse in Dublin but I actually only used the 100-400mm GM to take the photographs published here. I also got the opportunity to use the 400mm prime lens which is huge - it is a monster of a lens.
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