1. Can you use an 85mm for all-rounder?

  2. I bought the a6500, 16mm (SEL16F28) and 55-210mm (SEL55210) for travelling, the setup is compact and fits nicely in my laptop bag (body & 16mm can fit in my jacket pocket). Afterwards I started investing in better lenses for when I wanted to do some serious shooting. If your just taking photos for hobby and they don't have to be super quality then I would think the a6400 would be a good choice. Depending upon how you travel I would think about the lower end lenses to pair with it. The higher quality lenses tend to be larger and might attract attention from some people who would like to separate you from them while travelling.

  3. Yeah, I see your point. But honestly I don't mind a bit larger gear, even when traveling

  4. Between your options I’d say a7riii , you’ll cover pretty much everything and just get a 24-70 zeiss and have good cropping power from the 42mp sensor , you’ll also get the rest of the goodies like in body stabilization, eye focus , etc and you’ll still be on the full frame line up as to sticking to a cropped sensor system so you’ll also be future proofing yourself :) 7r series cameras usually go for really good prices used! So I’m sure you’ll find a great deal !

  5. Thx for the advice, I'll keep an eye out because currently, A7Riiis are bit expensive like 1550€ cheapest but not where I live which means I can't check the camera

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