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    Re: Fun with sony A7RII images

    Thanks Guy. Mine is on the ups truck so I should have it soon then head off for Rocky Mountain national park. Will try to post a few...I'm taking my new Zeiss 35 1.4. Fabulous lens and also zeiss otus 55 with adapter. Eleanor

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    Have not shot much but from what I'm seeing is a smoother tonal range across the frame which is encouraging. Have to do more shooting but it looks smoother to me

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    Have fun the Zeiss Sony 35 1.4 is just a beauty. MY Batis 25 comes today. Im really excited about this lens. I lost a kidney over it. LOL
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    Batis 85 at 2.5


    VC 15mm at F8

    Guy, the 15 Voigtlander looks surprisingly good, which version is it? Just saw the answer, thanks.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Looks like this thread is rapidly becoming oldfashioned. Although I do hope all the A7RII images will end up in this thread also.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Looks like this thread is rapidly becoming oldfashioned. Although I do hope all the A7RII images will end up in this thread also.
    Michiel, you'll be a minority before you can say ILCE-A7RII

    "We Are the A7RII. You Will be Assimilated. Resistance is Futile"

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    Elmarit M 90 with CV close-focus adaptor. Just messing around
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    You gotta love the 24-70 F4 on the MkII... it has all its old weaknesses for sure but it still manages to step up to meet the new resolution in plenty areas of the frame....This looks fab on a retina screen at 1:1 zoom, which with this screen @220 dpi equates almost exactly to a 36" print on the long side. That would be a 44" print on the long side @180 ppi and I suspect it would run to that quite happily

    F5.6 at 41mm ISO 100



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    Another one, this time 41mm @ f8 ISO 400



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    Quote Originally Posted by Viramati View Post
    Elmarit M 90 with CV close-focus adaptor. Just messing around
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    Sorry David, but for now I'd like to see the A7R2's gorgeous colours ! This one is perfect !
    Keep messing around

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Looks like this thread is rapidly becoming oldfashioned. Although I do hope all the A7RII images will end up in this thread also.
    Michiel, +1
    & I like old fashioned
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    Okay so no crop. Out of camera ARW with 'camera clear' profile in Lr6
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    As long as we're having fun - Elvis in a strange land - On a recent visit to St. Johns, Newfoundland.

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    I'm being very careful how I word this A7rII= Film. Do not repeat those words , the photo Gods will strike me down to my knees.


    Seriously the look of these files has me really excited. Need more time on it though
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    Avalokitesvara approves before evening meditation
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    As long as we're having fun - Elvis in a strange land - On a recent visit to St. Johns, Newfoundland.
    ^^^Very nice Johnny^^^

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    Three panos shot with the A7RII+Samyang 24mm f/3.5 TS. This lens does not have the build quality of the Canon 24 TSE, but not too bad optically. Flare sensitive when shooting into the sun. All panos consist of two shifted shots each with 1.5 degrees tilt, ISO 50, f/8.





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    Hi Barry, thanks for your comment. I, on the other hand, have enjoyed almost every image that I have seen you post, especially the color ones. Someone made the comment, several months back, that you had been kind enough to share your tone mapping work flow. Do you by any chance have a reference to that/those messages?

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    Re: Fun with sony A7RII images

    Personally, I tolerate the 24-70 f/4, rather than love it. Its one of the weaker Zeiss lenses, and too slow, in my opinion.

    But it can be useful.

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    You gotta love the 24-70 F4 on the MkII... it has all its old weaknesses for sure but it still manages to step up to meet the new resolution in plenty areas of the frame....This looks fab on a retina screen at 1:1 zoom, which with this screen @220 dpi equates almost exactly to a 36" print on the long side. That would be a 44" print on the long side @180 ppi and I suspect it would run to that quite happily
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    The Batis 25 has landed. I gave up a kidney for this little thing. Might be well worth it too.

    Very overcast so i had to juice it up a little



    Light was so flat so lets do B&W



    Okay it is going to ring my bell. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny_Johnson View Post
    Hi Barry, thanks for your comment. I, on the other hand, have enjoyed almost every image that I have seen you post, especially the color ones. Someone made the comment, several months back, that you had been kind enough to share your tone mapping work flow. Do you by any chance have a reference to that/those messages?

    Thanks again,
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    Thank you Johnny for those very kind words...very most appreciated.
    I had to do a search for what I think you are referring to..I think this is it below.
    To be honest I am constantly playing around with different ideas but I still like this method

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Thank you Johnny for those very kind words...very most appreciated.
    I had to do a search for what I think you are referring to..I think this is it below.
    To be honest I am constantly playing around with different ideas but I still like this method

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

    Cheers Barry
    Thanks a bunch for the link Barry. I'll check it out. I've especially liked your processing on a number of scenes of sea side villages and I have several shots of fishing villages in Newfoundland that I'd like to try it on. If I get anything decent looking I'll post the results here and give you credit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny_Johnson View Post
    Thanks a bunch for the link Barry. I'll check it out. I've especially liked your processing on a number of scenes of sea side villages and I have several shots of fishing villages in Newfoundland that I'd like to try it on. If I get anything decent looking I'll post the results here and give you credit.

    Back to the scheduled programing.

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    Hi Johnny, don't worry about the credit thingy but please send me a link to what you have done...more importantly just have fun playing around with your images Cheers Barry

    Edit (pic added)...A sleepy little Cornish fishing village



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    Photos look good, but no different on my monitor and to my 54 yr old eyes, than the excellent work that everyone did with their previous gear. Anyone shoot of does anyone plan on shooting things in motion so we can get a report on how well the camera focuses on rapidly moving objects? Auto racing doesn't count because the cars can be tracked. Thanks.

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    I have been busy so didn't have time to take any picture. However, my A7RII arrived in the late afternoon today so I made an exception. I have a vested interest in the RF lens performance on this body so I couldn't wait .

    Anyway, on the way back from my usual test site, I took this picture. It's at ISO 1000 but the DR is still phenomenal, truly. I didn't even need to bracket. And darn, the shutter sound of this camera is so lovely. I would say full mechanical shutter is as quiet as my A7s' EFCS. Love the camera, huge step forward really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    Photos look good, but no different on my monitor and to my 54 yr old eyes, than the excellent work that everyone did with their previous gear. Anyone shoot of does anyone plan on shooting things in motion so we can get a report on how well the camera focuses on rapidly moving objects? Auto racing doesn't count because the cars can be tracked. Thanks.
    Sony 28mm with A7IIr. Iso 100, f6.3, 1/15 shutter speed. Impossible with the previous gear A7r (which I still have). The file quality might have improved marginally only, but the usability of the youngest A7 is substantially superior.

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    Not an interesting picture, but... 51200 iso.
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    A few shots taken today at the Cornell arboretum. All handheld using both the Sony FE28mm f/2 and CV 15mm f/4.5 Super Heliar III. Click image for link to full size. I agree with Guy that this version of the CV 15 is really outstanding.

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    Hi Carl

    The CV15 looks good. Is it a match, or better, than the 16-35mm Zeiss F4 ?

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    The CV15 looks good. Is it a match, or better, than the 16-35mm Zeiss F4 ?

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    I think that the CV 15 III is better than my copy of the Zeiss was at 16. I sold my copy of the Zeiss 16-35, not because of image quality problems, but rather ergonomics and bulk. I prefer smaller primes.
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    David, B/W images look lovely.

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    Is the CV15 III that much better than the Rokinon 14 2.8? I like that the Rokinon is an FE mount but it is large.

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    The Batis 25 has landed.
    Guy, can you confirm Batis compatibility with a7RII 399-points phase-detect AF?

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    Hi Quentin,

    I think that the CV 15 III is better than my copy of the Zeiss was at 16. I sold my copy of the Zeiss 16-35, not because of image quality problems, but rather ergonomics and bulk. I prefer smaller primes.
    Same here. For me the bottom line on the 16-35 was very good from 16- 24 after that just okay. The VC 15 has less distortion , smaller filter size and really small. Also during my corner test the VC was stellar even wide open. The zoom was good at F8. I also wanted the Batis 25 so the zoom made no sense and I have the 35 1.4. Personally 3 of the best lenses you can put on this body.
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    Guy, can you confirm Batis compatibility with a7RII 399-points phase-detect AF?
    It's a thing of beauty. Same with the Batis 85. I got focus points going everywhere . Freaking awesome. I'm going all native except for the VC 15. Here is my opinion on the matter. First I don't have any canons and buying them makes no sense. Second I bought this cam to get every dang AF point I can find. On continuous with my 3 for now native lenses both Batis's and the 35 1.4 . I can put the camera on continuous AFC than on wide it will completely track across the whole scree. Thing 2 year old here, you can't miss them it tracks them everywhere. Or I can take the flexable focus point put it on a vertical shoot a model walking the runway and it will track whatever I put that AF point on. You get a bunch of options here o given how good these lenses are this makes sense to me. Of course don't overlook the A mount SSM lenses with the LA-Ea3 and you should get the same abilities. Think maybe there 70-200 2.8

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    Visiting friends who rented an apartment on the beach in Hallandale Beach, FL. I wandered off and captured these images:


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    Ha! For a very long time this sign used to say St. Ives Tart's Club.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Michiel, +1
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    As you were going there, did you meet a man with seven wives?
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    Two mono conversion from shots taken this morning near Tower Bridge in London, with the 16-35mm Zeiss



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    And one more.

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    Weekend trip to the zoo and a sunflower field. A7S with a-mount lenses


























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    A test shot with an old Konica AR 85mm f/1.8 Hexanon. I used two adapters, Konica AR to LM and LM to E mount. Very compact, but heavy lens. Click image for link to original.

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    Two walkabout shots using the trusty Sony FE 35 2.8 Sonnar. Click image for link to original.



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