I USED A SONY NEX-5
Tait’s Clock is a prominent landmark in Limerick City, Ireland. It was constructed in 1866 to honour a Limerick entrepreneur, Sir Peter Tait, who began the Tait’s Clothing Factory in Limerick during the 1850s.
When I visited Limerick in 2015 I had fully switched to Mirrorless from DSLR and my main camera was the Sony NEX-7 which I had purchased in 2012 and by the end of 2015 I had switched to the A7RII. Today (27 July 2023) my main camera is the Sony NA7RIV as I decided that it was not worth the that it did not really make sense to upgrade to the A7RV. Hower, I recently obtained a Sony FX-30 which is what I intend to use when I visit Limerick in September.
There was once a famous night club (music venue) known as Baker Place but I believe that it closed in 2011. Back in 2015 I stayed in Pery’s Hotel and could see the clock from my hotel room.
The Sony α NEX-5 is a digital camera launched on 11 May 2010. It is a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera with the body size of a larger model fairly compact point-and-shoot camera with a larger sensor size (APS-C) comparable to that of some digital single-lens reflex cameras. Its major competitors in the market are the cameras based on the micro 4/3 standard created by Panasonic and Olympus, and a few low end Canon, Nikon, and even Sony α DSLRs. The NEX-5 shoots 14.2 megapixel stills and has a 7 frame/s continuous shotmode. It has the capability to shoot 1920×1080i at 60 frame/s in AVCHD or 1440×1080p at 30 frame/s in MPEG4. The NEX-5 was replaced by the 16 megapixel NEX-5N in August 2011.