I need some help choosing between the SEL70200G and the SEL70300G I've been researching native telephoto options for use with my a6000 and A7r. Currently, I'm using a Canon 70-300 IS USM with a Fotodiox Auto AF adapter. I only went that route because at the time there were no native options. I really don't like adapters for a number of reasons, but don't want to debate that topic. I was leaning towards the 70300G simply because I thought the extra reach would be useful and I read it was F/4.5 through 150mm. However, after seeing shots from this lens, I'm not so sure. I don't know what it is, but to me the images it produces looks very digital, whereas the 70-200 seems to produce a more realistic rendering. I know @Kiwi Paul and others recently purchased the lens and seem pleased, but I don't like what I'm seeing from a >$1100 lens. One example is birds. The feathers look sharp, but they also look crisp instead of feathery. It's like it only captures the outline of things and not the nuances (maybe micro-contrast?). This is the same reason why I dislike my SEL55210. I also want to use it as a portrait lens. This crispy rendering wouldn't be great in that application either. I realize this is subjective, because Paul and others are obviously happy. Am I seeing something that isn't there? or do others understand what I'm talking about and agree? Has anyone used both? Is there a difference in rendering? I want to make sure I make the right choice because excluding the GM these are the only 2 native teles available and they are very expensive. Thanks for any help.