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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    I hear you Tre. That is the curse of mirrorless: easy access to dust, lint and hair. Far outweighed by the blessings to be sure. Now we know what the MFD guys feel like (the ones that switch backs between cameras in the field).

    For the record (as a happily married photographer and family man), family photos are the MOST IMPORTANT photos you can take as the critics are merciless and very close at hand.
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    All with the 35FE Distagon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Tre, You have to be more careful with your A7r ("Full spectrum") since the dust shaker would be absent in that one.
    True...Very true. The cover glass is replaced with clear glass of equal thickness. I have a brush that works really well but I'm going to try to blow it off today.
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    Was curious how the flare played out.

    Thanks for showing/sharing, Tre.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Was curious how the flare played out.

    Thanks for showing/sharing, Tre.
    Yeah... This is with no hood as well. Metadata on the Flickr link.
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    Cheers, Monty
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    I am the only one from Amsterdam (and Knorp, but he is not guilty) and I didn't say a word. I have just been righteous doing my likes.
    The critic is from The Haque, a posh governemental city, and they usually know where they are talking about
    I don't know what it is but I think the Cornwall network is slightly out of date. May be time to check the landlines over there to see if any information got stuck in those rocks.

    BTW Did you know that you almost ran out of smilies for one post. You got lucky I think the smilie controllers were just having a nap.
    Must have been the time zone.
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    Barry, I am waiting....... Don't tell me you ran out to take pictures again....:sleep006::sleep006::sleep006:
    Michiel, not sure what it is that you are waiting for!...I was just waiting for you to calm down a bit after your nap
    For your peace of mind I wasn't referring to you Michiel or Bart for that matter he is always innocent
    Had no idea that their was a smiley controller...Is he or she also from the Netherlands
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Good point (ing the obvious)! Barry and sorry about my wasted time.
    No intend to offend you at all. Only you have the right to make the comments.
    Vivek... I wasn't offended in the least, I was amused though

    I just felt if members wish to spend their time pointing out what is generally pretty obvious to most of us here, that's their right to do so...Being English I personally just felt it was a little impolite and unnecessary as this is GetDPI not DPREVIEW.
    Personally though I feel we are all experienced enough here, well certainly on this particular thread, to be the very best critics of our own particular work.
    BTW...I would be the very last person to try and stop anybody here having their say, so please don't get me wrong...Criticism can be constructive but I have also seen it to be destructive to others.
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    I'm just a regular member here so I have no special pull but I think it's all in good fun/taste and a helpful nature though.
    Tre... I certainly wasn't trying to pull any strings here I can assure you, it's all good fun as you say and comments can be helpful Cheers Barry
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

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    Vivek... I wasn't offended in the least, I was amused though

    I just felt if members wish to spend their time pointing out what is generally pretty obvious to most of us here, that's their right to do so...Being English I personally just felt it was a little impolite and unnecessary as this is GetDPI not DPREVIEW.
    Personally though I feel we are all experienced enough here, well certainly on this particular thread, to be the very best critics of our own particular work.
    BTW...I would be the very last person to try and stop anybody here having their say, so please don't get me wrong...Criticism can be constructive but I have also seen it to be destructive to others.
    There is absolutely no hint of any impoliteness. I have no clue about dpreview, I do not participate there so, I have no clue what you are talking about. Being English can not be an excuse for anything. Please stop projecting your perception unnecessarily and with oblique sayings. My post was clearly not a criticism. It was fact as I saw it. If you disagree with it fine. If you dislike it, say it in plain (mind the forum etiquette) English. It is that simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    There is absolutely no hint of any impoliteness. I have no clue about dpreview, I do not participate there so, I have no clue what you are talking about. Being English can not be an excuse for anything. Please stop projecting your perception unnecessarily and with oblique sayings. My post was clearly not a criticism. It was fact as I saw it. If you disagree with it fine. If you dislike it, say it in plain (mind the forum etiquette) English. It is that simple.
    In fairness to Barry - if you don't know people's character well then corrections COULD come off as one of the cynical Sony haters that go on and on about people being stupid for using their products
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiredArm View Post
    In fairness to Barry - if you don't know people's character well then corrections COULD come off as one of the cynical Sony haters that go on and on about people being stupid for using their products
    How?

    1. I have/use more SOny products than many in this forum.
    2. The perceived "impolite" post was about HDR and CA and has little to do with what was used to capture it with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    How?

    1. I have/use more SOny products than many in this forum.
    2. The perceived "impolite" post was about HDR and CA and has little to do with what was used to capture it with.
    Not you specifically. I was speaking in general.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiredArm View Post
    Not you specifically. I was speaking in general.
    Not relevant, Tre, especially in light of my earlier posts here praising Mr. Haines' PP skills.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    There is absolutely no hint of any impoliteness. I have no clue about dpreview, I do not participate there so, I have no clue what you are talking about. Being English can not be an excuse for anything. Please stop projecting your perception unnecessarily and with oblique sayings. My post was clearly not a criticism. It was fact as I saw it. If you disagree with it fine. If you dislike it, say it in plain (mind the forum etiquette) English. It is that simple.
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    Eh, What I said was... "I personally just felt that it was a little impolite and unnecessary" that is the only time that I mentioned the word "impolite", surely I have the right to perceive your comment however I wish?..That is my perogative not yours!
    What is amusing (or at least to me) is that it comes after your earlier comment.
    "No intend to offend you at all. Only you have the right to make the comments"
    Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)
    Perhaps we can now just get along with this thread as Guy intended it to be, that's if that is OK with you Vivek?...I look forward to seeing your pictures
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    More from today around the yard:


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    Fronds by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr


    Orchids 2 by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr

    All shot with the Canon FL 55mm f/1.2 @ f/2.8
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    Yeah, that FL 55mm is sweet. The 35mm f/2 I picked is no slouch either. I currently have my eye on an 85mm f/1.8 that I hope to sniper this weekend. This will round out my primes nicely and for less than 1/2 the cost of the Sony 55mm f/1.8 (in total for the three primes).
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    The view from my window as seen by the FE 35 Distagon.

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    Bill,
    my window is way more boring than yours. Scott Kelby once told me that the secret to taking amazing photos is to photograph amazing things. Your view has that in spades.

    Wonderful.
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    'sea wall' - a7r / FE 16-35

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Hi Monty, many thanks.
    Once you receive yours I'm sure your doubts will all fade away (+ you will be able to sleep peacefully once again )...It's a great lens that renders beautifully it's hard not to full in love with it...Hope you get it soon, I'm enjoying your images here and on the Nikon thread...It's late here, so I'm off to bed...Cheers for now Barry
    Barry..... I ordered mine from Hongkong two days ago on 5/11, based on Bill reporting his satisfaction with the same supplier. It arrived here in Wisconsin at my door TODAY 5/13, which is a total surprise to me. Had I received it a week from now I would have been very happy, but getting it today just blew me away. I took several test shots with my a7r around the house tonight and I can see what the excitement is about, it is beautiful in every way especially the colors and the rendering with ample micro-contrast even at 1.4. Something I've not experienced before and I'm feeling it'll be tempting to keep this on instead of switching to another lens for anything close to a 35mm shot. And, what a feeling just holding the darn thing, the workmanship is superb. I'm not worried of suffering any remorse on this one. My Granddaughter marrys this weekend so timing is also right on also........ Cheers, Monty

    BTW -- it just dawned on me.... I forgot to even notice the weight.
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    That's fantastic Monty!....I'm so delighted that both you and Bill are very happy with it...Otherwise I would have felt awful had it not lived up to your expectations as it did mine
    Please do share if you don't mind who the HK seller was, it could be handy for future purposes...In the past I have had to wait a fortnight for HK to UK deliveries, your seller was amazingly quick to your door...Look forward to seeing some more great images from you with your new lens...Cheers Barry

    Doug, lovely to see you back here again my friend posting your beautiful monochromes and with a 16-35mm I see ....Cheers Barry

    Bill, that is one beautiful view you have, brilliantly captured may I add...Cheers Barry
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    "Waterlight" A project by Daan Roosegaarde on the Museum square in Amsterdam.
    It is an expression of the fact that we are living below sealevel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    "Waterlight" A project by Daan Roosegaarde on the Museum square in Amsterdam.
    It is an expression of the fact that we are living below sealevel.
    Beautiful, both the installation and the way you captured it. A click on like wasn't enough to tell how much I like it.

    By the way, I just read a short news concerning the last report of the GIEC (Group of Intergovernmental Experts on the Climate) and since the beginning of the XXI th century, the heightening of the sea level is accelerating : 19cm between 1901 and 2010 (+1.7mm a year). The prevision foresee a heightening of between 26cm and 82cm between 2000 and 2100. I wonder how countries like yours or Bangladesh, or some flat islands are going yo do ? Of course Netherlands has learned to cope with that, but how much more can you take ?

    That said, things don't necessarily look better in the Alps, where we will have to cope with the melting of the permafrost and the glaciers (which means more rocks falling down and an increased risk of flooding and slopes crolling/coming down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    That's fantastic Monty!....I'm so delighted that both you and Bill are very happy with it...Otherwise I would have felt awful had it not lived up to your expectations as it did mine
    Please do share if you don't mind who the HK seller was, it could be handy for future purposes...In the past I have had to wait a fortnight for HK to UK deliveries, your seller was amazingly quick to your door...Look forward to seeing some more great images from you with your new lens...Cheers Barry

    Doug, lovely to see you back here again my friend posting your beautiful monochromes and with a 16-35mm I see ....Cheers Barry

    Bill, that is one beautiful view you have, brilliantly captured may I add...Cheers Barry
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    "Waterlight" A project by Daan Roosegaarde on the Museum square in Amsterdam.
    It is an expression of the fact that we are living below sealevel.


    Michiel,

    Excellent image, a composition in blue.
    At first I didn't notice the people in the dark foreground.
    They sure make the picture for me.
    Thanks.
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    Doug, lovely to see you back here again my friend posting your beautiful monochromes and with a 16-35mm I see ....Cheers Barry
    Thanks for the kind words, my friend. I'm shooting another system now (for the moment, anyway) but dug this one out of the archives. It was one of the last pictures I made with the a7r and yes, that FE 16-35 is a winner! I still check in here to look at your beautiful work and all the great pictures that many other Sony shooters make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    Beautiful, both the installation and the way you captured it. A click on like wasn't enough to tell how much I like it.

    By the way, I just read a short news concerning the last report of the GIEC (Group of Intergovernmental Experts on the Climate) and since the beginning of the XXI th century, the heightening of the sea level is accelerating : 19cm between 1901 and 2010 (+1.7mm a year). The prevision foresee a heightening of between 26cm and 82cm between 2000 and 2100. I wonder how countries like yours or Bangladesh, or some flat islands are going yo do ? Of course Netherlands has learned to cope with that, but how much more can you take ?

    That said, things didn't look necessarily better in the Alps, where we will have to cope with the melting of the permafrost and the glaciers (which means more rocks falling down and an increased risk of flooding sand slopes crowling down.
    Thank you Annna!

    Another may be bigger problem will become all the rivers ending in our delta. There comes a point we want be able to get all that water to the sea. The dikes around the rivers will have to get higher and higher till it matches sea level. I hope the water engineers will come up with something.

    It is time we quit using coles, oil and gas.

    BTW The height of the positioning of the lights is at exactly sea level. Frightening isn't it!?
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    Thank you K-H! :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Thank you Annna!

    Another may be bigger problem will become all the rivers ending in our delta. There comes a point we want be able to get all that water to the sea. The dikes around the rivers will have to get higher and higher till it matches sea level. I hope the water engineers will come up with something.

    It is time we quit using coles, oil and gas.

    BTW The height of the positioning of the lights is at exactly sea level. Frightening isn't it!?
    I will show this to one in the family who owns and lives in a house at the foot of river Maas.
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    I will show this to one in the family who owns and lives in a house at the foot of river Maas.
    No reason to panic yet, Vivek

    Here are some more.




    This guy was working with a huge monopod triggered by wifi. He wanted to shoot above sea level.
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    DSC06941 by unoh7, 135/3.4 Leica
    wandering about and watching the light last night...


    DSC06972 by unoh7, 300 54b


    DSC06969 by unoh7, 300 54b
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    A few shots taken with the A7r+Leica R 50mm Summicron on a walk downtown.

    St. Paul's church soup kitchen entrance ("Loaves & Fishes").



    and around the corner is



    Tulips are still doing well.

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    Serenity at Epcot by jmmtampa, on Flickr

    With the 28-70 walk around kit lens and a little HDR treatment.

    From Epcot at Disney.
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    Cheers, Monty
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    A quick snap of a granddaughter with the new 35 1.4.

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    Taken on a walk over to New Polzeath...The building is pretty close to the cliffs edge.




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    My woodworking shop this foggy morning with the new 1.4.

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    Wow! You live on a sizable chunk of real estate there, Monty. I used to have a shed in the backyard, but I had to tear it down when I built the addition to my home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Wow! You live on a sizable chunk of real estate there, Monty. I used to have a shed in the backyard, but I had to tear it down when I built the addition to my home.
    Well actually, it's only five plus acres but adjoining farms etc. make it look bigger. Enough for me at seventy three!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slickster View Post
    Well actually, it's only five plus acres but adjoining farms etc. make it look bigger. Enough for me at seventy three!

    Thanks for the post! Cheers, Monty
    My house is on a spacious lot: 75x105 feet, the back 6 ft owned by the power company. I hope to retire to a home with some acreage one day.
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    First gorge walk of the season in Upper Treman gorge near Enfield, NY. Sony A7r + Cambo Actus + Rodenstock APO-Grandagon 55mm. Most were two shot stitches.








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    Great shots, Carl!
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    From a recent trip to Disney:


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    my backyard:

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    Just outside Amsterdam.

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    my backyard:
    Nice advert for the season. Wouldn't the radio collar put off the male suitors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Nice advert for the season. Wouldn't the radio collar put off the male suitors?
    I hear it's the height of elk couture...
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