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    And here yet another. It's not my favourite lens because it's fly-by-wire, but its combination of small size and consistently high IQ across the frame are desirable attributes, I find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucille View Post
    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.
    Lucille, I'm sympathetic to this argument, though only to a point. I think the rendering of the FE 28mm f2 is far friendlier to human subjects compared to the 35mm 2.8. However, where landscapes are concerned, I find the vibrant warm colors of the 35 much more pleasing than the cool, Leica-esque tones of the 28.

    But as you've shown, the 28 is certainly a capable performer. Here's a 'high-keyed' shot taken with it.

    'Not an Old-growth Forest'

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    And lastly this image where the focal plane is not quite where it should be. As a staunch proponent of MF, I naturally blame AF. It should have known where I wanted to focus, right?

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    Lucille, I'm sympathetic to this argument, though only to a point. I think the rendering of the FE 28mm f2 is far friendlier to human subjects compared to the 35mm 2.8. However, where landscapes are concerned, I find the vibrant warm colors of the 35 much more pleasing than the cool, Leica-esque tones of the 28.

    But as you've shown, the 28 is certainly a capable performer. Here's a 'high-keyed' shot taken with it.

    I can take a ok picture with the 35mm f/2.8, but that lens sucks. The 35mm on the Rx1 really kicks it to the curb, anything you think the way over priced Zeiss 35mm f/2.8 does, the 35mm
    Zeiss on the RX1 is far superior. Without question. This is why I dislike the boring, dull, and not vibrant colors from the 35 f/2.8, because my eyes have been spoiled by maybe the greatest 35mm
    every made, the one found on the Rx1.

    When I bought my A7 there was but a few lenses, the 35mm f/2.8 being one of them, so I bought it because I love 35mm, only to see in post how inferior this lens turned out to be compared
    to the Rx1. As a result I think the 28mm f/2 is the better purchase, however, for anybody that wants the 35mm f/2.8, you can buy my pristine copy for $500 shipped. At that price it makes
    a bit more sense, but for its asking price, it isn't worth it. I used the 35mm f/2.8 some more and will post some images soon.

    Now this is all subjective, and I understand that many of you very talented photographers may disagree with me, but this is my stance, and I honestly believe that if I find 10 of you that love the 35mm f/2.8, and allowed those ten to shoot with the Rx1, that atleast 9 would come back realizing how much better the Zeiss 35 f/2 Sonnar on the Rx1 really is.

    Now I know one is f/2.8 while the other is f/2, shoot em both at f/2.8 and the Rx1 still wins in a rout. Shoot em at any aperture, and the Rx1 wins.

    I wanted to like that 35mm f/2.8, I have tried and tried, I keep coming to the same conclusion.... this lens, ISNT Hepkitty Approved.
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    Biggest mistake of the day...was on crop mode.
    A lot of clouds but still no rain.
    a7 + Sigma 35mm Art



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    the Alien Capital of the World, Roswell New Mexico.


    Sony A7, 35mm Zeiss f/2.8, ISO640, 1/160sec.
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    " The Light Tent "




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    Delivering one of our machines. Southern Georgia, USA. Sony A7S with Zeiss Biogon 2/35 ZM T.

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    A7R mII, 28mm f/2, ISO400, 1/250sec
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    Cayuga Lake panorama looking north from Ithaca. Three shots handheld with the A7RII + Leica R 35-70 f/4 Vario-Elmar. Processed in AutoPanoPro 3.4.

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    A7R mII, 28mm f/2, ISO1000, 1/30sec
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    Taken this afternoon (Split Toned)



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    A7.mod 300/2.8 EDIF
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    " Desistance "





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    Witches Crossing by unoh7, on Flickr

    A7.mod Nikkor 300/2.8 EDIF @2.8
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    Eu, Normandy

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    Uncertain bokeh, 1.





    Uncertain bokeh, 2.


    Apologies for the slightly missed focus on the second shot, but I wanted to demonstrate the unusual bokeh produced by this lens.
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    I decided that if I was ever in funds again I would get the FE 4/70-200.

    I've been using it for a couple of weeks but the weather today was the best so far. And I was given unique access to a rooftop over London's Bloomsbury area to test it out.

    Spire, St George's Church, Bloomsbury.


    Statue of George I on top of the spire.


    This is a bit of a Mary Poppins moment - if you get the cinematic reference


    I then moved on to Waterloo Bridge to get some Thames/Skyline shots


    "And before those pesky Angles and Saxons came along, we owned all of this, I tell you!"


    Rule Brittania - Somerset House


    Performance, imho, is variable. It can be soft and hard to get sharp focus. I switched in the end to shooting at f11, instead of f8 and shots sharpened up a lot. I also kept the speed above 1/250 where possible. Not entirely sure what benefit OSS actually has as below this speed I see a lot of softness which I believe is shake. However, like my other Sony lenses it can turn in excellent results, if not consistently and the build quality makes me wonder why Sony even have a relationship with Zeiss, it is that good.

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    Tom, that lens boke does render rather unusually...but in a good way I think mixed with the swirling water...Cheers Barry

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    Louis, I have to confess a few of those shots do look a bit on the soft side at least to my eyes I’m sorry to say
    Not sure if it’s a bit of camera shake or whether the lens just misfocused (That's if AF was being applied).
    The 200mm end is the weakness of the lens IMHO and I personally prefer F8 over F11 on my particular copy of that lens as the peak performing aperture...Cheers Barry
    PS. Sadly I am old enough to get the “Mary Poppins moment” reference




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    Selenium toned...Last light of the day at Brentor.



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    Platinum and Palladium toned.



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    Barry, the 70-400g2 is indeed a strange beast. It's great for birds in flight on A-mount bodies like the a77ii, but on e-mount ones it becomes awkward to shoot with. It's definitely sharp enough for a zoom - about as good as any I've used - but the out of focus renderings are on the poor side. However, you're right that it worked well enough with the swirling water above.

    ^^^ Another nice trio of images, by the way. I particularly like the subtle mood of the last one.
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    Have a safe and Happy Halloween hepcats, from the Hepkitty!


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    A7rII & FE28

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    I regret selling my A7S.
    A7S with Leica 50/1.4 pre asph

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    Another of my nephew



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    " Audi "




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    The 70-400 GII is a fantastic lens. I just love it !
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    Hatfield Forest, today, A7RII, 16-35mm save for the 4th shot which was with the 90mm Macro OSS









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    Fantastic, Quentin !
    Very impressive....

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    Barry, ^^^ Another nice trio of images, by the way. I particularly like the subtle mood of the last one.
    Thank you Tom...That one actually got selected by Flickr's "Explore" to my amazement

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    Still having a lot of fun playing around with my Loawa 4/15 Macro lens, this time on the A7S



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    Sometimes colour is a distraction.

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    Another wide view of Cayuga Lake with two regattas underway. One for the wannabe yacht club sailors and another for the flotilla of Canadian geese. Single shot with the A7RII + Contax G 35mm f/2 Planar with some foreground cropping.



    Fall Creek, tributary to Cayuga Lake with Cornell University skyline in the background. A7RII + Contax G 35mm f/2 Planar.

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    A couple from an early morning stroll around Camden Town with my A7S.

    Zeiss Loxia 2/35 wide open - "Spider's Web with Seagull Bokeh"


    Sony G 2.8/90 - processed in Nik Analog Pro - "Tea For The Tillerman"
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    A7R mII, 28mm f/2, ISO500, 1/50sec
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    As the sun was going down in Albuquerque NM.

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    So many great pictures around here ! Keep them coming :-)

    I thought I would contribute some pictures too instead of just lurking around.
    Its far to long since my last post.



    A7 + 16-35 f4




    A7 + 16-35 f4

    It is just a really nice autumn right now.
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    Foggy day

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    A bridge in the woods

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Quentin....and the lens please? CV15?
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    It is just a really nice autumn right now.
    Ingo, Could you provide some links about the site where these pics are from? It is a fascinating and really bizarre place in Germany, I think (based on what google provides).

    Autumn day in the Hague.

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