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But the shutter ? What about the shutter sound ?
=> Shutter sound comparison: A7RII v A7R
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Spitalfields Market, London, earlier today, perpective corrected and very slightly cropped, Zeiss 16-35mm F/4, @27mm, F/8, ISO 100
Quentin, I bought a 16-35mm to go along with my a7RII as well as it's only native lens at this time. Something's I have read about that lens is it is best between 17mm-27mm. On either side of that it is suppose to start to deteriorate. Your 27mm looks great!
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The image quality delivered by this camera, and the 16-35mm F/4 lens in its sweet spot (around F/8), mid zoom range, is utterly fantastic.
FANTASTIC. sorry for shouting But if necessary, sell body parts to get it.
A few more from my jaunt around Spitalfields / Shoreditch in London today, perspective corrected where necessary and processed in ACR with a few Photoshop minor tweaks.
PS shutter is way quiter than the A7R.
Quentin, That first image with the graffiti is that a blue drone in the air above it in the sky..... sure looks like one! Bet if you cropped in you could really see it. The happiest day I had with my drone was the day someone bought it .... If that is a drone in your pic we heard over here that their use was heavily regulated in the UK.
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Just playing with my new FE 90 Macro. Not much DOF at life-size!
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Finally something to really squeeze out anything of the best lenses out there.
And - not to forget: stabilized. This alone will make 80% of all images shot sharper. More than any Otus or Batis or ART lens.
I see a new time coming for my aging back. Good bye to the tripods. Lets see. We´ll know in a few weeks.
Greetings from Germany
Agreed, I had a DJIVision2 and nearly everyday one could read about one or more that either for no reason it flew away or would drop out of the sky. Now they are about 3lbs and armed with props that can cut a person to the bone and a lipo battery which is very prone to being unstable and catching fire(that Malaysian flight that was missing was carrying 400 lipo batteries as cargo .. A consideration) When I would fly my drone all I could think about is it flying off at 45 mph or more (if with a wind) for up to 20 minutes and striking a kid playing outside or crashing on a church or school roof and catching fire. All I could see is my life's savings being sucked away in a litigation because of a toy with a horrible camera
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Great-tailed Grackle with meal stolen from a White-faced Ibis
a7II, Canon FD 500mm f/4.5 L, Leitz shoulder stock, Dodge truck
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A7 with 100mm Apo Macro (memory going - hope I didn't post before)
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k-hawinkler; Thank you
Vivek; keep 'm coming from India. The women with sunglasses and bare hands is terrific!
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What conclusions can you draw so far about the camera? Just going by the megapixel count, we should not see much improvement in resolution. Your images seem to show a big resolution gain. How about in dynamic range compared to the A7r?
My subjective view is the sensor has very low nose and very good dynamic range, better than any other I have used. I'm not a camera tester, so I judge this from my own limited use, but I'm getting the most unforced, natural, malleable images from this camera in have ever seen from any camera. It a lot nicer to use that than A7r - vastly better shutter for starters, and the image quality is a bigger leap forward than the the increased pixel count might suggest. What this means is one can interpolate up to even bigger sizes with very little image quality loss.
Who needs medium format with cameras like this?
Handheld - I was in pretty close on these hollyhocks which were blowing around in the wind but the A7R AF with the fast focusing of the 35mm F1.4 FE Distagon managed to keep up
Still playing around with the latest version of “Web Sharpener” which IMO does an excellent job of pulling out the detail...Please click on “ENLARGEMENT” below....Cheers Barry
I should add that I'm the sort of photographer that treats raw shots as the starting point, a digital negative to be manipulated and amended to taste in post production. Therefore the neutral, relatively low contrast and low saturation (out of ACR) files suit my workflow perfectly.
The Yukon. 24 hours of daylight in a short season means everything flowers at once. a7II FE 70-200.
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Today we had one of the most extraordinary storms I have ever experienced. I was out on my boat photographing our local yacht club regatta when the sky went black and this enormous gust-front formed, accompanied by severe thunder and lightning and torrential rain.
The second shot was taken as I ran for the harbour as fast as possible - a7II got quite wet but was not harmed.
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Very cool shelf cloud capture! And glad you made it back to the harbor safely!!!
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Sony A7II + Leica 28mm v3 (50th Singapore National Day this Sunday)
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Sony A7 + 24-240mm:
Sony A7 + 16-35mm:
Sony A7 + 16-35mm:
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A large area of the former market in Camden Town is being redeveloped. Here are a couple of photographs from today. Both A7R+CZ Loxia 2/35