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

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    It's been raining all day, but it finally stopped for long enough to wander around the garden with the A7RII and the fabulous 90mm F/2.8 G OSS lens
    Simply beautiful. Excellent compositions, color, DOF and the magical effect of a recent rain. Thanks for sharing these.

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    Simply beautiful. Excellent compositions, color, DOF and the magical effect of a recent rain. Thanks for sharing these.

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    Not bad for a "disposable" camera.
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    Hand-held with the a7RII and FE 90mm Macro:


    100% crop of head and upper body:


    DOF is very shallow and these critters are twitchy. I'm just old and shaky. IBIS and AF are invaluable.

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    Joe, the bokeh of the FE 90 (at least in your butterfly shot above) reminds me of the old Minolta AF 100. I'm honestly curious whether Sony borrowed the optical formula for their latest e mount macro offering. The Minolta isn't a bad lens by any means, though for handheld macro shooting, stabilization is a must.

    Anyone around here own both and feel like doing a simple comparison?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    It's been raining all day, but it finally stopped for long enough to wander around the garden with the A7RII and the fabulous 90mm F/2.8 G OSS lens







    Im starting to get jealous. Wow
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    Yet more ecclesiastical interiors



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    The Fly's stare
    a7 + FE90 @ f11, iso-100, 1/60



    A honey bee on daisies
    @ f16, iso-100, 1/200


    Got to share my hot & spicy pepper tree
    PS. If you look hard enough, you'll find a tiny itsy bitsy bug from the larger view.
    @ f4, iso-100, 1/60

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    Just picked up a 10x15" print of this image. Really happy with all the prints I've been getting from the A7S.

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    " Just A Rose "




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    A few shots taken with my newly converted A7R-FS and the Sony FE 90/2.8 Macro. All with no filter on the lens.

    Faux Fall Foliage



    Busy Bees



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    All with HHSS ...





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

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    Just picked up a 10x15" print of this image. Really happy with all the prints I've been getting from the A7S.

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

    A posting for all the Sony fans....I shot a series of test shots in my garage a few minutes ago...A7RII using Zeiss Otus 55 1.4 lens at f4, iso 64 on timer. Also same everything on Nikon D810 with same Otus 55 lens...iso 64 , f4. Same tripod position, same lighting, same settings in C1. Took a screen shot. I was surprised to see that I prefer the Sony file. I have read several postings that the D810 will be superior to the A7RII, and while I'm certainly far from a "pro level tester" I'm seeing results I prefer in my Sony file. I have an upcoming trip to Southern Utah to photograph and have decided to take only the Sony and save weight and leave my Nikon at home. Eleanor

    PS--hard to see exact results in one screen shot jpg taken at 100 percent as quality has been reduced for sure... (file at 100 percent also reduced a tiny amount to meet the 1200 pixel size limits for uploaded files...but you get the idea)....

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    Great question, Vivek!
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    A posting for all the Sony fans....I shot a series of test shots in my garage a few minutes ago...A7RII using Zeiss Otus 55 1.4 lens at f4, iso 64 on timer. Also same everything on Nikon D810 with same Otus 55 lens...iso 64 , f4. Same tripod position, same lighting, same settings in C1. Took a screen shot. I was surprised to see that I prefer the Sony file. I have read several postings that the D810 will be superior to the A7RII, and while I'm certainly far from a "pro level tester" I'm seeing results I prefer in my Sony file. I have an upcoming trip to Southern Utah to photograph and have decided to take only the Sony and save weight and leave my Nikon at home. Eleanor

    PS--hard to see exact results in one screen shot jpg taken at 100 percent as quality has been reduced for sure... (file at 100 percent also reduced a tiny amount to meet the 1200 pixel size limits for uploaded files...but you get the idea)....
    Both appear to show moire with the A7rII more.

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    Eleanor..go with what you like. Period. The experts shall give you ' their ' opinion. If you are seeking agreement or disagreement with your choice, you are stepping into a nightmare.

    Take what suits you, what you think is right for ' you '. Go with your ' heart '. Good photographs are made with the heart. Not with the tech specs.

    Have a nice trip.

    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    A posting for all the Sony fans....I shot a series of test shots in my garage a few minutes ago...A7RII using Zeiss Otus 55 1.4 lens at f4, iso 64 on timer. Also same everything on Nikon D810 with same Otus 55 lens...iso 64 , f4. Same tripod position, same lighting, same settings in C1. Took a screen shot. I was surprised to see that I prefer the Sony file. I have read several postings that the D810 will be superior to the A7RII, and while I'm certainly far from a "pro level tester" I'm seeing results I prefer in my Sony file. I have an upcoming trip to Southern Utah to photograph and have decided to take only the Sony and save weight and leave my Nikon at home. Eleanor

    PS--hard to see exact results in one screen shot jpg taken at 100 percent as quality has been reduced for sure... (file at 100 percent also reduced a tiny amount to meet the 1200 pixel size limits for uploaded files...but you get the idea)....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Any posterization?
    No there wasn't any. I go to this spot every summer but this year I'm going to take a magenta filter to see the difference it makes with and without a polarizer.
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    What I didn't do was a lot of adjustments in C1 (just some sharpening, white balance and slight exposure adjustment) ....yes moire needs some adjustment. eleanor

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Both appear to show moire with the A7rII more.

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    WOW! Impressive lens! eleanor

    [QUOTE=Quentin_Bargate;656430]It's been raining all day, but it finally stopped for long enough to wander around the garden with the A7RII and the fabulous 90mm

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    Taken this afternoon at Porth Nanven also known as “Dinosaur Egg Beach” - Dilute platinum toned
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Quote Originally Posted by eleanorbrown View Post
    A posting for all the Sony fans....I shot a series of test shots in my garage a few minutes ago...A7RII using Zeiss Otus 55 1.4 lens at f4, iso 64 on timer. Also same everything on Nikon D810 with same Otus 55 lens...iso 64 , f4. Same tripod position, same lighting, same settings in C1. Took a screen shot. I was surprised to see that I prefer the Sony file. I have read several postings that the D810 will be superior to the A7RII, and while I'm certainly far from a "pro level tester" I'm seeing results I prefer in my Sony file. I have an upcoming trip to Southern Utah to photograph and have decided to take only the Sony and save weight and leave my Nikon at home. Eleanor

    PS--hard to see exact results in one screen shot jpg taken at 100 percent as quality has been reduced for sure... (file at 100 percent also reduced a tiny amount to meet the 1200 pixel size limits for uploaded files...but you get the idea)....

    [IMG][/IMG]
    It'ss why I sold all my Nikon gear and bought the A7r on release. I do not really like Nikon files. I really like the look of the Sonys. But please don't tell them. I think there feeling underwhelmed right now.LOL
    I'm joking but not surprised at all you like the Sonys better. Good eye
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    Lovely images in this thread. The 90 Macro looks like a stellar lens, great shots everyone!!!
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    Batis 25mm. A7rII

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    DXO The A7rII the new king of the hill. Big marks on high ISO. No question about it for me but it is several points higher on the A7r which is all that matters to me, so outside the functions and features it is a improvement on the IQ from the A7r, which it should be. Don't care about the Nikon not on my radar
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    Link? Can't find it on their website.

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    Its on sar joe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    DXO The A7rII the new king of the hill. Big marks on high ISO. No question about it for me but it is several points higher on the A7r which is all that matters to me, so outside the functions and features it is a improvement on the IQ from the A7r, which it should be. Don't care about the Nikon not on my radar
    Thanks Guy. Here's another DR comparison tool:

    Photographic Dynamic Range versus ISO

    From their (photonstophotos) measurements, the a7RII beats the a7R on DR from about ISO 500 up. No surprise. And same result as DxO. The a7RII sensor is optimized for high ISO performance. And these charts don't say anything about noise at various ISO breakpoints.

    I didn't need the DxO scores to convince me about the a7RII, but it did help me get over my seller's remorse from having sold all my Nikon lenses and my a7R. I still expect the Pentax 645Z scores to top them all.

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    Its nice news for A7r owners that sold there gear for this model. Myself being one of them its just nice to know the sensor is better overall. Im happy so I don't need convincing either. I know I bought well
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    They are too fast for close ups and macros.
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    Fowey river opposite the “Bodinnick Car Ferry Crossing" taken earlier today.




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    Fowey river opposite the “Bodinnick Car Ferry Crossing" taken earlier today.
    The resolution/detail, DR, colors and DOF of this series is outstanding. I love the scenes you photograph and travel vicariously through your images. Maybe one day I'll get to visit Cornwall and see some of these picturesque scenes with my own eyes (and lens). Thanks for sharing your daily travels with us. BTW, you don't need an a7RII. You're kicking a** (or a**e) with the a7R.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    The resolution/detail, DR, colors and DOF of this series is outstanding. I love the scenes you photograph and travel vicariously through your images. Maybe one day I'll get to visit Cornwall and see some of these picturesque scenes with my own eyes (and lens). Thanks for sharing your daily travels with us. BTW, you don't need an a7RII. You're kicking a** (or a**e) with the a7R.

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    Thank you so much Joe...If you ever decide to come out this way I would only be too happy to show you around some of the more photogenic places within Cornwall and Devon...I'm equally enjoying all the wonderful A7RII images being shown here by yourself and others, it's a wonderful camera for sure
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    A few A7s + FE24-70/4 (bought for video, working out for stills too)







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    Not too sure on the best image parameters for posting but will learn as I go.

    A7r2, 70-200/4, APSC mode...

    Nothing better to explore the AF-C capabilities of this camera than speedy little hummers. The hit rate was surprisingly good and the technology show in the viewfinder was crazy-cool. Looking forward to pointing this camera at slower moving subjects which, compared to hummers, is just about anything else that moves...









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    the hummers will require the stamp of approval by Guy

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    A whole load of holiday snaps from Venice today... all A7RII with my fave walk around, the versatile 24-40 FE F4 zoom...







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    (lens fog from A/C, rather than real fog!)





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    And finally, revisiting the scene of an old crime, this one on the voigtlander 15mm MkIII compared to one taken on an M8 with 35 Lux about 8 years ago... gotta say I really prefer the original because of the cat, shopping trolley and old lady...



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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    And finally, revisiting the scene of an old crime, this one on the voigtlander 15mm MkIII compared to one taken on an M8 with 35 Lux about 8 years ago... gotta say I really prefer the original because of the cat, shopping trolley and old lady...
    Goes to show even a touristy snap with an overpriced IR bleeder can be wonderful if all the elements are there.
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    Meet the Hickory Tussock moth caterpillar. Pretty, but the long black hairs, front and rear are sharp and exude venom on contact. A7RII+FE 90mm Macro.

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    Last weekend we got together with a group of photography friends in Rotterdam and one of them allowed me to use his A7Rii for a few hours.

    Obviously I wanted to try some high iso and the ladies in the group didn't mind to pose for me

    Diana (@ iso 12.800)


    Anita (@ iso 6400)


    Lens used was my OM Zuiko 100/2.8 @ f 4

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Last weekend we got together with a group of photography friends in Rotterdam and one of them allowed me to use his A7Rii for a few hours.

    Obviously I wanted to try some high iso and the ladies in the group didn't mind to pose for me

    Diana (@ iso 12.800)


    Anita (@ iso 6400)


    Lens used was my OM Zuiko 100/2.8 @ f 4

    I have the feeling this will become one of the most expensive photo outings I've ever taken
    I should not have touched that camera with a 10 ft pole, how could I have been so stupid
    Thanks to the ladies and you for the great shots.
    I am sure you won't regret getting the A7r2 and will be putting it to excellent use!
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Last weekend we got together with a group of photography friends in Rotterdam and one of them allowed me to use his A7Rii for a few hours.

    Obviously I wanted to try some high iso and the ladies in the group didn't mind to pose for me

    Diana (@ iso 12.800)


    Anita (@ iso 6400)


    Lens used was my OM Zuiko 100/2.8 @ f 4

    I have the feeling this will become one of the most expensive photo outings I've ever taken
    I should not have touched that camera with a 10 ft pole, how could I have been so stupid
    where you thinking. On a fence need a push the folks here will be happy to give you that push.

    Had to be said. Lol
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Just a quick session to start getting the feel for the A7RII. Nice to see the 90 Summicron works as well as it did on the "R". Love the steady shot. I think this body will do nicely for those times I am too lazy to get the MF gear out.
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    Like many communities, ours offers a once/week "Farmers Market". They close down the maid drag through downtown and provide lots of fresh produce vendors, awesome food and live entertainment. I've been going there to take a series of street shots as these are quite popular amongst the locals.

    Yesterday evening the weather was perfect, so I headed down with the A7rII and the FE24-70. The entertainment varies, and one of the offerings this week was skateboarders jumping over cars. I wished I had the FE70-200, but this was a perfect opportunity to check out some action photography with the new camera.

    Generally with something like this, I'd set the aperture at to at least F8 with a speed of 1/250. But I wanted make it tougher for this test, just to see how it turned out. Happily, I got quite a few keepers. All shots with continuous hi speed shooting and AF, using "wide" focus area (I jus love the dancing squares). Next time, I'll use a "lock on" and compare the results.

    1/40 sec (!) F5.6 ISO 800:


    1/160 sec F4.0 ISO 400:


    1/160 sec F4.0 ISO 400:
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    A series of aurora stitches with an A7RII + Rokinon 24 f/1.4 @ 1.4 (Fotodiox pro adapter), 8 or so frames per stitch, ISO 2500-3200, 4-6 second or so exposures, LENR off, converted in ACR because I was too tired to deal with a still new to me C1 conversion project. Stitched using Autopano Giga.

    Cheers!

    _dsc0859 web by Joe, on Flickr

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