Test Drive Sony Alpha at WPPI

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If you’re headed to WPPI in Vegas March 2-4 and want to try out the latest and greatest Sony cameras and lenses before you buy ’em, you’re in luck!

Sony will be offering overnight loans of all their mirrorless fullframe A7 series cameras, A6000, A77II, E-Mount and A-mount lenses, Sony HVL-F60/43/32/20 flashes, Sony LA-EA4 and Metabones adapters (limited availability). Special requests will also be considered and filled based on availability as long as the request is made within reasonable time.

If there’s something you’d like to try out, please leave a comment on this post no later than Feb 20th and I’ll pass it along to my good friends at Sony.

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25 thoughts on “Test Drive Sony Alpha at WPPI”

  1. Brian, great info. Thank you. BTW, watched you Creative Live program twice. Excellent job my friend. Learned a bunch from you regarding lighting setups. Some scenarios I would have never thought of. I’ve been thinking of selling my Profoto beauty dish and grid but now think I’ll keep it and test it out a bunch on my beautiful wife. See you at WPPI!

  2. I’d love to try out the Sony a7s with a metabones adapter for a Canon mount. Sunday or Monday (March 1st or 2nd.) I’m very serious about buying but would love to try one out before I do so. Thanks!

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