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Rechargeable batteries have, of course, a finite lifetime and sooner or later fail. It happened today; lucky I have several sets.
That is why I won't buy a camera that uses a proprietary battery - they fail just as often as AA rechargeables, and cost a bundle of money more than common AA rechargeables do.
With the money I save I buy several extra sets of AA rechargeables to avoid being out and without.
I have photos at one microstock agency; it is:
That photo in the previous post, the wall with eyes, got rejected by a stock photo site. Not artistic enough, they said.
Gotta send the eyes after them ...
Just joking. Really.
It, under certain conditions, might have been my next camera. Maybe.
It has all the features of the Nex-7, plus has built-in stabilisation.
The price is at the top of what I consider acceptable.
But it's big and heavy. Big minus.
And it, too, requires a proprietary battery. Deal-breaker.
Sorry yet again, Sony
It almost could have been my next camera.
It's compact, takes a large variety of lenses, has a moveable rear screen, oled viewfinder, saves in jpg or raw format, and the price is acceptable.
It doesn't have built-in image stabilisation. That's a deal-breaker.
It requires a proprietary Sony battery. That's a deal-breaker, too.