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    Sunset in Ault.

    Took the same scene with the Pentax Z. (MF images thread) If you open Getdpi in two windows you can compare them.

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    Michiel....Good idea^^^Nice one
    Both images look excellent...I think I like them both equally
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    Gentlemen, another great start to this page! Thanks for sharing.

    Michiel: I like both versions but I think I slightly prefer the one taken with the Pentax: it has such lovely pink/magenta tones! Nicely done.

    Barry: another superb shot and rendering. At first I thought it was an aerial capture - it's not, is it? The clouds, the shadowed hills, the tree lines, the animals - it's a splendid composition.
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    Gentlemen, another great start to this page! Thanks for sharing.

    Michiel: I like both versions but I think I slightly prefer the one taken with the Pentax: it has such lovely pink/magenta tones! Nicely done.

    Barry: another superb shot and rendering. At first I thought it was an aerial capture - it's not, is it? The clouds, the shadowed hills, the tree lines, the animals - it's a splendid composition.
    Thank you Tom
    You are right...I took it from the ground (I climbed up a Tor).

    I agree with you Tom about the nicer colours from Michiels Pentax image (Presumably taken slightly later in the evening when the colours naturally become more intense)...I just preferred the composition of the Sony A7R shot a little bit more...They are both excellent at the end of the day
    Thanks again Tom
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    Gentlemen, another great start to this page! Thanks for sharing.

    Michiel: I like both versions but I think I slightly prefer the one taken with the Pentax: it has such lovely pink/magenta tones! Nicely done.

    Barry: another superb shot and rendering. At first I thought it was an aerial capture - it's not, is it? The clouds, the shadowed hills, the tree lines, the animals - it's a splendid composition.
    I agree with Tom, the MF image is more saturated and slightly wider, including the rocks on the left adds a bit more to it I feel.

    Yes, the Wortha Farm is superb.
    Too much to list, let's just say I have a bad case of GAS.........
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    My impression is that the Sony colors match the similar FoV crop of the Pentax. I prefer the *colors* of the wider shot, but those are out of the frame on the narrower one.

    Both are wonderful!

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    I just hope he had camera bearers for all that gear he had to haul out to that location to do that comparison.

    I too like the appearance of the Pentax better but the differences as viewed on the net are both excellent and either would be keepers.

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    Evening in Amsterdam. A7RII FE55 1.8


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    Eye-AF works amazingly on the latest iteration.

    Wide open with FE 55mm


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    Some brilliant ivy growing on a roadside retaining wall. A7RII with Contax G 35mm f/2 Planar mounted in TechArt AF adapter.

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    Very dilute cyanotype toning...Looking towards South Brentor.



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    Continuing the theme of fall leaf color started on the previous page. a7RII with Batis 85mm. EXIF in border.



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    One more for good measure. Same camera and lens as before. EXIF in border.


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    A couple from the California coast, shot with the A7 & 24-240mm:



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    I just hope he had camera bearers for all that gear he had to haul out to that location to do that comparison.

    I too like the appearance of the Pentax better but the differences as viewed on the net are both excellent and either would be keepers.
    Just two small bags, one on every shoulder. Both cameras with a zoom and even one extra Pentax lens.
    No problem, walked around for hours, even climbed upthose cliffs on the left with it.
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    Pentax 645Z. Sony A7x. And others. The common thread is the great Sony sensors. Whatever camera system one prefers to use, as long as there's a Sony sensor in it, I'm thinking you're pretty good to go.

    BTW, nice pics Michiel. Hope you're enjoying the 'Z'.
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    The Straight of Georgia, earlier today.


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    A7R MII, 28mm f/2, ISO640, 1/160sec
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucille View Post
    A7R MII, 28mm f/2, ISO640, 1/160sec
    I like it : there is lot of action in this pic which makes me think to Phileas Fogg novel : 80 days around the world. Plus the lighting is great.
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    " Walking The Dog "





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    ^^^^ Gorgeous, Werner ^^^^

    Everything works in this photograph. The colours of the foliage and the distant figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    I like it : there is lot of action in this pic which makes me think to Phileas Fogg novel : 80 days around the world. Plus the lighting is great.
    Ironically, there is not a hot air balloon in "...80 Days". That's something that came from the movie and the most iconic thing people remember about the story.
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    Brise du large/ Offshore wind

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    Michiel, I'm a old, overweight, biker type anymore..... the idea of carrying more than a a7x and a couple lenses in a small backpack with one lightweight tripod attached very far (unless there was beer and wings with a hockey game playing on a big screen at the end of a short walk ) does not sound like fun. I had a Mamiya 645 Pro system back in the film days with a half a dozen lenses in a Halliburton metal case and even in my 20's and 30's it was a load especially lugging a Bogen along with it.

    I take my hat off to you Michiel.............. your in better shape than this ol' fart
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    Peak foliage is here along the White Clay Creek





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    A few bird portraits with the A7RII+Tamron 150-600.

    Sun dozing mourning dove



    Gray tufted tit mouse



    Lady cardinal

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    Very nice Carl, I have that lens and actually like it better than my 70-400G when set from 550mm and lower but this lens lives on my a77II and I just can't justify putting the a7rII behind it instead. On the a77II it has the apc factor, a great AF system, and a much higher frame rate for BIF and wildlife.

    I keep debating the #3 adapter and using the longer glass on the a7rII but as of right now I see my a7rII as a 90mm and under body until they offer something longer in E mount that makes more sense.

    Those images do make this decision tougher
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DE View Post
    Very nice Carl, I have that lens and actually like it better than my 70-400G when set from 550mm and lower but this lens lives on my a77II and I just can't justify putting the a7rII behind it instead. On the a77II it has the apc factor, a great AF system, and a much higher frame rate for BIF and wildlife.

    I keep debating the #3 adapter and using the longer glass on the a7rII but as of right now I see my a7rII as a 90mm and under body until they offer something longer in E mount that makes more sense.

    Those images do make this decision tougher
    Thanks Jim. I may have to take a look at the upcoming new A mount from Sony for use with this lens.
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    He walked right in front of me as I was taking photos (What a cheek!!!)...I considered pushing him out of the way but then realized I was an EMMET myself!
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    'sunrise over Mark Island Lighthouse' - A7RII / FE 90

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    He walked right in front of me as I was taking photos (What a cheek!!!)...I considered pushing him out of the way but then realized I was an EMMET myself!
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    Happens all the time in the supermarket. You are contemplating a product and some j**k comes standing right between you and the product and if you're lucky they grap the last one of the product you finally decided to choose. You made him famous!
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    Old lens, old style. (wide open)
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    Here are two more recent seascapes - that is, shots from the deck of a rental home near Nanoose Bay, BC, Canada.


    Cold Steel.






    The Straight of Georgia: 2


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    I can't stand the Zeiss 35mm f/2.8, I will tell you that the 35mm Zeiss f/2 found on the RX1 just destroys this lens, in everything in my eyes, the f/2 has more pop, more contrast, more character, and more MAGIC.

    the Zeiss 35mm f/2.8 is a real yawner, I don't really get the 'hepkitty' look to the files, my signiture look. I know some love it, I don't, flat, dull, boring, uninspiring. I for one don't put
    a lot of stock in this 'corner sharpness' argument. I do a lot of landscape stuff and it if soft corners weaken my images, my eyes don't really see it, as my images tend to draw you into the subject,
    which I rarely put in the corners anyways.

    My honest opinion is instead of spending the cash on the f/2.8, either step up to the Distagon f/1.4 or score a Rx1. If budget is a concern then get the 'great 28', the cheapo Sony 28mm f/2 prime and save some cash and yet gain some character. Of course this is subjective, and just my opinion.

    Anyways, here are a few shots with the lens I dislike, the boring Zeiss 35mm f/2.8 on the Sony A7.


    from the Alien capital of the World, Roswell New Mexico.





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    He walked right in front of me as I was taking photos (What a cheek!!!)...I considered pushing him out of the way but then realized I was an EMMET myself!
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    Great shot Barry, he really added some foreground interest

    But you need to help me, what does the term EMMET stand for, tried googling it but all I found were a few towns in the US and a lego figure
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucille View Post
    Anyways, here are a few shots with the lens I dislike, the boring Zeiss 35mm f/2.8 on the Sony A7.
    I can probably see what you mean in the first shot but I like the second a lot and it certainly doesn't look "flat" or "dull" to me.

    Have you tried shooting it side by side on the same subject with your RX1 to pinpoint the exact difference you see between the two lenses?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Great shot Barry, he really added some foreground interest

    But you need to help me, what does the term EMMET stand for, tried googling it but all I found were a few towns in the US and a lego figure
    Google Emmet and Cornish ...
    Bart ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Google Emmet and Cornish ...
    Thanks Bart, found it
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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Great shot Barry, he really added some foreground interest

    But you need to help me, what does the term EMMET stand for, tried googling it but all I found were a few towns in the US and a lego figure
    Many thanks Pieter
    Basically just a slightly derogatory term used mostly by the Cornish for tourist and more recently a incomer (which obviously applies to myself). https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emmet_(Cornish)

    Likewise I liked Lucille's second shot very much...IMHO I would have liked it even more with a slight crop on the right hand side losing the distracting highlights, otherwise excellent.
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    Wonderfull shots Tom!
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    Quote Originally Posted by frozenbb View Post
    Here are two more recent seascapes - that is, shots from the deck of a rental home near Nanoose Bay, BC, Canada.
    Yes indeed two beautiful shots Tom ^^^
    You couldnít have asked for a better quality of lighting than those louring skies looming over both of those seascapes...Excellent.
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    ^^^ Barry, nice... Wow you are really tall!
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    ^^^ Barry, nice... Wow you are really tall!
    Many thanks Jim.
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    Barry, you thought; and now I am going to stand in front of my own picture.
    BTW I used to wear pants like that in the sixtys

    Old lens, modern style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Barry, you thought; and now I am going to stand in front of my own picture.
    BTW I used to wear pants like that in the sixtys
    Iím sure you did Michiel ........................................Itís nothing to be proud of my friend

    So, is that you on the bridge doing a selfie just over a 100 yards away?...You could come a bit closer, there really is no need to be camera shy

    BTW...Nice lighting in both your pics, I personally prefer this version to the - Old lens, old style. (wide open) image...Cheers Barry



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    Another nice one, Barry, though I'm beginning to think Cornwall is the sunniest place on the planet!
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Here another image captured with the 35ZA. Flare resistance is quite good...

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