I had done some test shots with these before but I decided to do them again as I had shot them in programme mode. Now I always do this when first getting a new camera, basically to see how it works. Sony have this odd idea of how to implement this. As has been noted many times by other writers they seem to like slower shutter speeds rather than increasing the aperture or shutter speed. My Sony cameras like to default to 1/60th. sec. an awful lot, seemingly under any circumstances, with any lens. It would be nice if there was, like on other cameras, a way to set a minimum shutter speed. I therefore shot all these images using Shutter Prority.
On the difference between the two 35mm lenses, the native e-mount lens focused faster on the a6000, which is actually very fast. The Sigma has to focus via the LA-EA4 adapter, which seems to slightly slow it down. Now I didn't notice this difference on either my A7 or A7r, but neither camera focuses as fast as the a6000 anyway.
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