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    Merry go round at sea.
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    ISO 5000 at Butler's Wharf, London

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    furtle and Carlos ^^^ ^^^
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    A couple of highly dubious, badly exposed and poorly processed photos with the wrong lens (24-70 F4).

    This is what happens when you dine with friends, starting in daylight, then after a couple of glasses of wine start to think the light looks nice.



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    Test upload..... Haven't had to do it this way in quite awhile



    seems to of worked...... Leipsic, Delaware: State mooring

    a7rII w/16-35mm at F8 hand held 100iso C1 8 processed
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    Herring Point: old defensive gun emplacement for the mouth of the Delaware Bay: Cape Henlopen, Delaware

    a7RII w/16-35 at f8 handheld and PP in C1
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    A couple of highly dubious, badly exposed and poorly processed photos with the wrong lens (24-70 F4).

    This is what happens when you dine with friends, starting in daylight, then after a couple of glasses of wine start to think the light looks nice.



    Well I think the wine has loosened up your creative self. Like them both. Where is it by the way

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    Well I think the wine has loosened up your creative self. Like them both. Where is it by the way
    Thanks, it certainly did! It's on the flanks of the South Downs in West Sussex....

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    Was playing around with the sony 10-18mm aps-c zoom today. Used in FF from about 12mm - 14mm it`s ok if no other wide is around. But edge and corner performance is not good enough for landscape imho. In aps-c mode it`s a decent performer. Attached shots were taken in FF mode.

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    A7RII, 90mm F/2.8 Macro G OSS

    A little bit of colour for this fine Sunday.


    Colour Study 1




    Colour Study 2




    Colour Study 3

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    Dang that lens is sharp!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Dang that lens is sharp!
    You're not kidding, Tim. Macro photographer? Buy this lens!
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    Re: Fun with sony A7RII images

    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    A couple of highly dubious, badly exposed and poorly processed photos with the wrong lens (24-70 F4).

    This is what happens when you dine with friends, starting in daylight, then after a couple of glasses of wine start to think the light looks nice.
    Reminds me of a song that became the anthem of bars/pubs at closing time:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-nkLMWDUt4

    Replace "girls" with "light" and Bob's your uncle.

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    This is the view you get through the glass floor panels on one of the walkways in Tower Bridge when bridge is raised to let a tall ship through. The secret (as everyone here will know, but not everyone there appreciated) is to put the camera close enough so the floor dots are thrown out of focus and are invisible in the final shot. This was with the 16-35 F/4 @27mm at F/6.3, cropped.

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    A few walkabout shots taken with the Leica R 50mm Summicron on the A7RII. Click image for link to original.







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    Edd, my middle son, enjoys a stogie after Sunday dinner. A7rII, 90mm Macro G OSS, ISO6400, F/2.8, 1/50 sec

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    A short slideshow: An evening stroll through Corte, the "secret" capital of Corsica.

    Please sound on. For fullframe click "Vimeo", thanks.


    Sony A7r, FE 55mm, f1,8; 35mm, f2,8

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    Folks we should start to transition our A7RII images into the big A7 thread . This way we start keeping everything in one place. So in a couple days I may just merge it all but want to give everyone a heads up.

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    Another shot of the violent storm I posted last Sunday. A7II FE 70-200 at 70 mm.

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    Re-processed with new technique

    A7S + ZM 15

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    Saw Quentin's 90mm macro a7rII shots so I figured I would play... took a CG90 and a cheap extension tube set and found the first flowers I could find. Unfortunately the background was rough so I had alter it a bit.... but this was just a playing around type shot.




    Think the 70-200 and 90 macro are on my bucket list....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Another shot of the violent storm I posted last Sunday. A7II FE 70-200 at 70 mm.



    Bill you sure do get some weather up there.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DE View Post
    Bill you sure do get some weather up there.........
    Yeah - it's fun living on the 45th parallel!
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    Another a7rII test shot...... 16-35mm handheld at base iso with IBIS on.... Hagley Museum:



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    This tool is a keeper for my needs and wants......
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    Ok....had my brand new Sony A7rII and Zeiss 35mm 1.4 lens in Old Town, Fort Collins, Colorado over the weekend. I'm still stumbling a bit because I read no instructions, immediately just started pushing buttons. Made some mistakes but gradually learning how to best use this awesome camera and lens!! Here are some of my first tries walking through "Old Town" in Fort Collins, CO. Having a blast! Look forward to getting the Batis 25 and 85 at some point also. Files are very smooth and camera does a great job with clouds with smooth detail in highlights. All these shot at iso 100. Eleanor







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    After an absence of almost a year: I'm back!
    So let's start with something typical ...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    After an absence of almost a year: I'm back!
    So let's start with something typical ...
    Oh my nearly a year, how the time flies by.
    It's lovely to have you back here again Bart!..I for one have missed your beautifully executed colour PP images
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Folks we should start to transition our A7RII images into the big A7 thread . This way we start keeping everything in one place. So in a couple days I may just merge it all but want to give everyone a heads up.

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    Summer sky over the Cornell University skyline. Shot using A7RII+Leica R 50mm Summicron. Two shot stitch.

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    More of the same, Fort Collins, CO Old Town. I was interested is file smoothness, dynamic range, shadow detail, etc at iso 100. Not necessarily technically perfect as I was shooting casually and fast, grabbing shots here and there. Zeiss 35mm 1.4 on Sony A7RII....Eleanor

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    Quentin, swwweeeeetttt boat shot!!!!

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    78 second shot with the Batis 25

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    So this was taken of myself by a friend who had never held the camera before and it is with the FE16-35 at 35mm at f4 and 1/60sec . Now his lens is supposed not supposed to be at it's best wide open and at 35mm but when I view my face at 100% it is plenty sharp and I'm not in the centre of the frame.

    Question. Is it possible that a lens would perform better on the A7rII because of the backlight sensor? Or maybe I'm just imagining things not be used to this high resolution
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    More summer skies. This time over farmland planted with sunflowers. These were just quick roadside snaps with the A7RII+CV 15mm III. I need to go out and drive around these fields to get a better vantage point on a downhill slope.



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    Can't match your great landscapes, Barry !
    I'm more focused on close-ups, I'm afraid.

    Anyway, here's "test" shot of my lovely Belgium vase with the Zuiko 55/1.2


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    From Sunday's visit to Staverden





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    Re: Fun with sony A7RII images

    Quote Originally Posted by Viramati View Post
    Question. Is it possible that a lens would perform better on the A7rII because of the backlight sensor? Or maybe I'm just imagining things not be used to this high resolution
    It is higher in resolution compared to the A7II? The absence of AA filter could be a major factor. The backlit sensor should allow for better light gathering (compared to A7r's) that would translate to sensitivity rather than sharpness- I would think.
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    Glad you are on the ball again Bart
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    These are from the Butchart Gardens, just north of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada. This is one of the most lovely garden spots in the world. It's total eye candy, even if you don't have a camera.

    You gotta be careful though. When you go there, it's easy to quickly get overwhelmed with all the photographic possibilities. I didn't have time to do any macro work, so I just concentrated on color. And this place has LOTS of that!

    All taken with A7II. First image is with FE24-70, last two with FE55.



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    I very much like the ISO performance so far.

    These are at night with the 55mm at 1.8 wide open, hand held, 1000 iso, about 1/50-1/60.

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    Sony A7S+FE G 90/2.8 Macro OSS iso3200

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Sony A7S+FE G 90/2.8 Macro OSS iso3200

    Thanks. WOW! Great lens and terrific shot!
    Imagine, what that would look like if taken with the A7RII?
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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Sony A7S+FE G 90/2.8 Macro OSS iso3200

    Not so long ago such a shot would have unthinkable!

    Nicely done, Louis!
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    biglouis, excellent shot as all your 90mm macro shots have been..... in fact it is your shots that have convinced me to get the 90 instead of the Batis 85 in the future. The change it FE is going to cost me a bundle I can see this already as my lens list is a 70-200, 90 macro, 35 1.4, and possibly the 25 Batis.......

    I see a bunch of my Minolta screwdrives going out the door ........

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks. WOW! Great lens and terrific shot!
    Imagine, what that would look if taken with the A7RII?
    Thanks for the comment. I also own an A7R and I switch between the two. On a cloudy overcast day like today being able to work at iso3200 with no appreciable noise is the benefit of the A7S but the trade off is of course in file size. Now, the big question is the noise level at iso3200 on the A7RII?

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Not so long ago such a shot would have unthinkable!

    Nicely done, Louis!
    Indeed. The real power of the A7S. I've tried using macro flashes but I much prefer a natural light look and as stated above iso3200 in good light with a fast speed is almost noiseless. Or rather the noise looks like very nice grain, imho.

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    biglouis, excellent shot as all your 90mm macro shots have been..... in fact it is your shots that have convinced me to get the 90 instead of the Batis 85 in the future. The change it FE is going to cost me a bundle I can see this already as my lens list is a 70-200, 90 macro, 35 1.4, and possibly the 25 Batis.......

    I see a bunch of my Minolta screwdrives going out the door ........
    As I've stated elsewhere. If portrait photography is your thing then the Batis is a no-brainer. I do very few people shots and I cheat by using the 55/1.8 as my portrait lens. If you like macro, which I like to dabble in for the challenge, then this is one fantastic lens. The more I use it the more I feel kudos to the designers - not just optically but ergonomically, as well. If this is the quality of G lenses I wouldn't hesitate to purchase more in the future.

    Thanks again for your kind comments.

    LouisB

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    Thanks LouisB.
    I have also an A7R and three IBIS cameras from Olympus, waiting for my A7RII to arrive.
    There is no doubt in my mind that your lens on an A7RII will be optimal, given the choices.
    ISO 3200 should be no challenge for the A7RII. :-)
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    A7R + 55f1.8
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