I'm new on this forum, (but quite an old chap). I use Minolta cameras since long, I still Keep my X300, X300s, Maxxum 5000, Dynax 7000. More recently I got a nice NEX-5 that has really catched me.
I mainly use old manual focusing lenses with adapters. Nice to use with the NEX.
After using (and loving) the NEX for a couple of month, I was thinking in trying the A-series of DSLR cameras from Sony. A local colleague is selling one A-350 quite cheap.
My preferred focusing mode is through zoomed Liveview. On the NEX I can select between x7 zoom or x14 zoom in liveview mode. My sight is not good nowadays, (on the traditional DSLRs without liveview focusing is a pain for me). So I've carefully been reading through the A-350 manual, and noticed the zoomed liveview in the A-350 is only x1.4 or x2.
Anyone having the A-350 and using manual focusing lenses could please give me some advice on if this smaller magnification size is enough to properly focusing?.
Thanks in advance.
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