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    Just got my FE 35/1.4 today and love it already.


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    Bunch of wide open, full-res samples on my Flickr page: https://www.flickr.com/photos/asabet...57655734558198
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    " Red Eye "





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

    Atlin Lake, BC.

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    a7 + FE 90mm handheld @ f6.3, iso-100, 1/15 --- OSS works pretty well
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    @ f2.8, iso-100, 1/200, flexible focus point
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    @ f2.8, iso-100, 1/200
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    a7ii @ f11, iso-200, 1/200
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    These Flies fly long distances...


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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    " Softy BW "
    Do I see Newton rings?

    Great capture

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    No Newton's in the original file, that's Jpeg compression, Flicker's work...


    Cheers to everybody with my best wishes for the weekend....

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    Cold War Field (RAF Neatishead, radar no longer in service) - A7S+CZ55/1.8

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

    Playing around with night sky photography and came up with this:


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    ^^^^ I wonder if they have come searching for whales? ^^^^

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    Osprey, Lassen Volcanic National Park California


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

    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    ^^^^ I wonder if they have come searching for whales? ^^^^
    No, they've come searching for the a7R II.

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    No, they've come searching for the a7R II.

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    The Art of the Selfie

    These girls want it just right. In Hamburg, Germany.

    A7ii with Minolta 200mm ƒ2.8 HS


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    I think I felt some rain...

    A7ii with Minolta 200mm
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    Sony A7II + Zeiss 50mm C-Sonnar









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    Shopping


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    A7S with CV15mm f4.5 Ver III at Compton Verney. The camera and lens is new to me and this is pretty much the first shot I did with it.

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    Tourists love the mural "Brotherly Kiss - Bruderkuss" by Dmitri Vrubel at the East Side Gallery in Berlin.









    All: A7r, 16-35mm, 4.0 - 1. 35mm, 1/400, 320 ASA. 2.: 26mm, 1/400, 320 ASA, 3.: 35mm, 1/400, 400 ASA
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    Hamburg pier details.

    A7R with 24-70mm 4 @ 24mm, 7.1

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    Quote Originally Posted by doug View Post
    a7II, Canon FD 500mm f/4.5 L:




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    a7 + FE 90mm @ f5.6, iso-400, 1/1000
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    Look at me! A ballet dancer.
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    My wife had her hip replaced last December and this is her first real run on the new joint. I had enough time to experiment with the AF offset to get her in focus, but it wasn't easy. Minolta 200/2.8 FTW!



    Oh, that's her Father in the background. It was his 86th birthday - he didn't run it this year, but three years ago he did! (Olympus E-M5 with 75-300)


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    Hawley Mtn by unoh7, A7.mod Nikon 180 AIS ED
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    Between old trains in Saint-Valery.

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    Sony A7II + Zeiss 50mm C-Sonnar (#1..4) / Leica 35 Lux Asph v1 (#5)









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

    Went car shopping with my daughter and saw this interesting ride (not for her though):


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    Annabels by unoh7, A7.mod CV 35/1.2
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    Fun with sony A7RII images

    My A7RII arrived around midday, along with a new Sony 16-35 F4 OSS lens.

    Here is a link to a full rezz jpeg decoded without adjustment from RAW in ACR9.1 from one of the first shots i have taken. Large file.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...5/DSC00008.jpg

    and here is the same image, duly resized and corrected,

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    Thanks... Looks like it may have a significant DR improvement of other FE models.
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    Thanks... Looks like it may have a significant DR improvement of other FE models.
    Little early to say, but you are probably right.
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    Looks good to me Quentin.... thanks for sharing.
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    Re: Fun with sony A7RII images

    One further test shot.

    Full rezz: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...5/DSC00011.jpg

    Reduced:

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    [QUOTE=Quentin_Bargate;652037]My A7RII arrived around midday, along with a new Sony 16-35 F4 OSS lens.

    Here is a link to a full rezz jpeg decoded without adjustment from RAW in ACR9.1 from one of the first shots i have taken. Large file.

    QUOTE]

    Quentin:
    Thanks for sharing your exciting info. The images look very rich (as a good Sony sensor should produce!). By any chance have you anything to report on the autofocus performance? Always interested in how close mirrorless is getting to DSLR AF capability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Little early to say, but you are probably right.
    Just comparing the detail retained from shadows to highlights and it seems to be doing very well without any processing.
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    Thanks for sharing your pics, Quentin. These look very, very good. As an aside, isn't it remarkable that we photographers have access to picture making tools like this that are reasonably affordable? We all tend to nitpick at times: if only the camera had 'this' feature or this lens looks great but the corners are slightly soft wide open, etc., etc. I think the manufacturers of these modern day cameras and lenses that we're using deserve some big kudos. They're really building world-class products at prices that don't require a 2nd mortgage to obtain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    Thanks for sharing your pics, Quentin. These look very, very good. As an aside, isn't it remarkable that we photographers have access to picture making tools like this that are reasonably affordable? We all tend to nitpick at times: if only the camera had 'this' feature or this lens looks great but the corners are slightly soft wide open, etc., etc. I think the manufacturers of these modern day cameras and lenses that we're using deserve some big kudos. They're really building world-class products at prices that don't require a 2nd mortgage to obtain.
    i have hardly had more than a few minutes with this camera or lens, but my immediate impression is that the image quality looks to be exceptional. Slightly low contrast, but that's not a problem because its easy to enhance. Good colour.

    No time yet even to read the manual or for a view about focus speed, save to say its obviously faster than the A7r. Tech is good but its still the photographer that counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    Thanks for sharing your pics, Quentin. These look very, very good. As an aside, isn't it remarkable that we photographers have access to picture making tools like this that are reasonably affordable? We all tend to nitpick at times: if only the camera had 'this' feature or this lens looks great but the corners are slightly soft wide open, etc., etc. I think the manufacturers of these modern day cameras and lenses that we're using deserve some big kudos. They're really building world-class products at prices that don't require a 2nd mortgage to obtain.
    Well, some do require a 2nd mortgage even in this day and age

    But seriously though, I agree completely, we're all spoilt and yet want more, more. Not that long ago we were struggling with film and slides, unable to print large or print at all.

    As I've been saying, these are truly interesting times......

    Great pictures Quentin, BTW, the camera truly looks very promising. Thanks for posting.
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    Thanks for sharing the images. Not many A7RII files have been posted since the camera has not been widely shipped yet.

    The sensor looks like it will score above 100 on the DXo ratings easily. Noise is basically non-existent even in the shadows. The blue sky is extremely clean too. I can see that the lens is not up to the sensor (away from the center which is very sharp) but is still good.

    Only downside I see is that the sensor is just too good, too clean. No "character". But for those who always want more Dynamic Range and cleaner images looks like the sensor of the A7RII is the best ever made. Impressive show of tech prowess by Sony. It will CRUSH every other sensor made in regards to low noise and Dynamic range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken_R View Post
    Thanks for sharing the images. Not many A7RII files have been posted since the camera has not been widely shipped yet.

    The sensor looks like it will score above 100 on the DXo ratings easily. Noise is basically non-existent even in the shadows. The blue sky is extremely clean too. I can see that the lens is not up to the sensor (away from the center which is very sharp) but is still good.

    Only downside I see is that the sensor is just too good, too clean. No "character". But for those who always want more Dynamic Range and cleaner images looks like the sensor of the A7RII is the best ever made. Impressive show of tech prowess by Sony. It will CRUSH every other sensor made in regards to low noise and Dynamic range.
    You can always add more grain/character later in post-process.

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    Ken I guess on the top right at the bricks I can see some of what you are referring to but maybe my expectations are lower than yours but for a wide angle lens I expect far more of that unsharpness than what we see on that image. Personally I would be a very happy camper to shoot at UWA and get even twice that unsharpness in the far corners. I think it looks excellent especially for a UWA zoom and can't wait to try my new 16-35 on that body.

    Quentin, so far your images are the best I have seen and it is making Aug 4th seem a very long way away ....... Thanks again...
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    Re: Fun with sony A7RII images

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DE View Post
    Ken I guess on the top right at the bricks I can see some of what you are referring to but maybe my expectations are lower than yours but for a wide angle lens I expect far more of that unsharpness than what we see on that image. Personally I would be a very happy camper to shoot at UWA and get even twice that unsharpness in the far corners. I think it looks excellent especially for a UWA zoom and can't wait to try my new 16-35 on that body.

    Quentin, so far your images are the best I have seen and it is making Aug 4th seem a very long way away ....... Thanks again...
    Here is an evening window shot at 1000 ISO.

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    Re: Fun with sony A7RII images

    Quentin, congratulations and thanks very much for sharing your images with those of us who are waiting and envious.

    I found some RAW files on the Photography Blog here this morning and downloaded a couple. Slow download. I walked away from the computer and came back later only to discover that I had downloaded a RAW that was shot at ISO 102,400. At least that's what the "File Info" in PS CC said. Holy crap! No noise. Clean and sharp using the FE 90mm macro. If those files are legit and representative of what the a7R II is capable of, I'm gobsmacked!! And impatiently waiting for B&H and UPS.

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    Looking really good!
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    Re: Fun with sony A7RII images

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Looking really good!
    And a somewhat bonkers ISO 102,400 shot with some luminance NR in ACR....

    Not noise free, but oddly useable!

    Quentin Bargate
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