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    Came back from my first photo trip for years
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Thanks for the comments everyone!

    The Surface Pro is often a revelation, there are so many things I like about it but it is also, unfortunately very unstable and can be quite hard to use: for example, getting the trackpad to do what you want is a real challenge (it is inconsistent between applications and I can't seem to change that) and it keeps on crashing and freezing, like win doze machines of old. For example I am currently typing this in a Mac Pro because the Surface has taken fifteen minutes and a restart to wake form simple sleep. So all in all, though I wish Apple made something with this form factor, I'm afraid that IMHO the Microsoft attempt shows exactly why they have lost so much ground in the past few years. It just feels like a beta, even though it's the second version. Pity.
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    Back on the Surface now that it has deigned to wake up - regarding the frame size and so on for the photos, they were done from Lightfoot on the Surface and it is a teething issue with setting up an identity plate (no likeable fonts) and with getting Custom Page sizes, which I can't do in Windows in any clear way but which is a breeze on a Mac.. so in the end I gave up!

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    That does not sound to good Tim.
    As much that i love my iPad, the new LR Mobile is as well not very useful..
    On the way with car i always take the MBP with me.

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    Trouble is with the MBP that when you travel with it and an ipad, it starts to get too heavy with all the camera gear too. I really weaned the Surface to be goof but it is waaay too glitchy for serious use IMHO.

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    It's been a seemingly endless, cold, snow-filled Winter here in Maine. There is, however, finally some evidence that Spring has truly arrived. This picture was just a quick snapshot this morning, but it gave me hope for better, warmer days to come.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Trouble is with the MBP that when you travel with it and an ipad, it starts to get too heavy with all the camera gear too. I really weaned the Surface to be goof but it is waaay too glitchy for serious use IMHO.
    Thanks Tim!
    So that is settled then. No surface for now. Bring my notebook, a bit more heave but it works.
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    All with the Zeiss Contax 100/2





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    "Springtime Promises" - inspired and in memoriam Bert Jansch and Pentangle

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Back to that paper type, why you mentioned those papers so far? I see Luster as top most popular over other types of papers, why is that?

    I have Epson 3800, and i love that Luster and also Kodak Semi-Glossy, but i didn't test other many papers types to see, but i saw one paper as a sample printed with a portrait image, it was popping/standing out like a 3D, the black and tonality is amazing, the surface is matte or very similar to matte, not cotton and not canvas, so i hope to know what is that paper type, i forgot the name.
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    Back to that paper type, why you mentioned those papers so far? I see Luster as top most popular over other types of papers, why is that?

    I have Epson 3800, and i love that Luster and also Kodak Semi-Glossy, but i didn't test other many papers types to see, but i saw one paper as a sample printed with a portrait image, it was popping/standing out like a 3D, the black and tonality is amazing, the surface is matte or very similar to matte, not cotton and not canvas, so i hope to know what is that paper type, i forgot the name.
    I never use luster.. It was designed to mask problems with sharpness, and as a result it tends to kill sharpness a little.

    I usually print to matte papers, Hahnemuhle Bamboo, Epson Velvet Fine Art, Epson Hot Press Natural. Smooth, high detail surface. For photos that want a little more brilliance, Epson Exhibition Fiber is great.

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    I prefer matt (Baryta) papers as well but thats certainly a question of personal taste.
    It has a more artistic feeling to me and i like the tonality. HM Bamboo is very nice too, if the warmer white fits to the subject.

    Never use semi gloss or Luster , when i want glossy i use very glossy like Pictorico High Glossy Film (has a Cibachrome feeling to it) or Harman Baryta Gloss FBAI (now sold by Hahnemühle). I agree that Luster has sharpness problems.

    Sorry can't help about that searched for paper but would suspect that it is a Baryta.

    The printing forum is probably the better place to discuss paper topics....

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    Another view from the same region....finally one camera can compete with my D800
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    One from the A7r and Zeiss Contax 135/2.8 Sonnar.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Thought I would show what a Rokinion 14mm looks like corrected for distortion. Shot at ISO 100 F8 for a show i did this week of a 2nd level booth. Distortion corrected with PT lens plugin

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Guy, I'm assuming you're using the Canon mount lens with an adapter. Is that a fairly large combo mounted on the a7/a7R? The result looks excellent. I'd love to see what the original (without distortion correction) looks like for comparison.

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    I actually bought it in the Sony A mount and use the Sony adapter 3 on it. works nice and yes a little big but worth it. My Sigma 35mm 1.4 Sony mount is big but love that lens.
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    Here Joe keep a eye on the glass frame and than watch the big pillars on the floor



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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    And Yes you do lose a very slight amount of the image. But its not much and with a 14mm your usually having plenty of elbow room anyway.
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    Where'd you get the plug-in for the 14?
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    Where'd you get the plug-in for the 14?
    I made a Lightroom lens profile for the 14mm, if anyone wants to try it.

    Once it's installed, you just have to choose Sony as the camera and the lens will show up in the list. I have the Rokinon version, so I named it that way, but it will work for the other brands as well.

    Here it is:
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    Here is PT lens plugin

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    Thanks Guy and guys!

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeEvangelist View Post
    I made a Lightroom lens profile for the 14mm, if anyone wants to try it.

    Once it's installed, you just have to choose Sony as the camera and the lens will show up in the list. I have the Rokinon version, so I named it that way, but it will work for the other brands as well.

    Here it is:
    That's nice and kind to share! Would that work in ACR as well?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Would that work in ACR as well?
    Yes, it will.

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    Another sample with correction here. You can really see it bend



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    Its so simple to fix in PS just go to PT lens under filters and it pops right up and just okay it.

    Reason I sold my 24-70 for now was its not supported except in LR and ACR but not C1 or a Plugin for it, so Ill wait it out and see what happens. Plus I rather shoot primes anyway. BTW I do NOT have LR and I will never buy it either. And i hate ACR with a venom, crap interface. But hey thats me being picky.
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    Finally i placed an order for FE 55mm and also Metabones adapter[III] today, just i have to wait long time because the shipping will take long time, maybe longer than 1 week, also i ordered a charger with 2 batteries and hope they are good and not defective and no issues after long time use.

    I can't wait to start using this camera, now the only thing i need is a plate to place this camera on the tripod.
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    "Pieris"....A7R + 58mm Rokkor at f1.2...Playing around in Gimp (Just for a change).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeEvangelist View Post
    I made a Lightroom lens profile for the 14mm, if anyone wants to try it.

    Once it's installed, you just have to choose Sony as the camera and the lens will show up in the list. I have the Rokinon version, so I named it that way, but it will work for the other brands as well.

    Here it is:
    Thank you for sharing Mike. Your lens profile works well with my Rokinon 14mm T3.1 on the A7r in LR5.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Bushman's Kloof, South Africa. And yes, the colours really ARE that saturated!

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    As always, lots of very pleasing and impressive contributions in this thread.

    I for once managed to take some pictures of the kids in the early morning light:



    Sony A7 with Canon 85/1.2 FD L
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    Two sunsets.



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    Werner - lovely results with the 100 APO.
    Ypamine - very very nice image!
    Michiel - The light in the first shot is gorgeous and the slight flare actually adds a nice touch to the image.

    Excellent shots by everyone, may I request that we keep including the lens data used in the photos?
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    OM 50mm F1.4

    All wide open. It's really not sharp at F1.4 but it's sharp enough. I enjoy the rendering. I don't even mind the flare.

    I think I might try out the C/Y 50mm F1.7. That seems to be sharp wide open.






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    Quote Originally Posted by FlypenFly View Post
    OM 50mm F1.4

    All wide open. It's really not sharp at F1.4 but it's sharp enough. I enjoy the rendering. I don't even mind the flare.

    I think I might try out the C/Y 50mm F1.7. That seems to be sharp wide open.
    Which CY 50/1.7 do you mean? The Yashica ML 50/1.7 or the Zeiss Planar 50/1.7? They are both in my opinion great lenses but the Yashica really has the edge. I have had several copies of the ML 50/1.7 and they have all been incredible performers, the copy that I own now being the best I have ever found. I have tested three different Planar 50/1.7's against it and each one exhibited more CA then my Yashica ML. I HIGHLY recommend that lens. On top of it all, the Yashica is all metal and the Zeiss is partially plastic. Not a huge thing but its true.

    I always admired the OM series and tired to get into it several times. But the copies of the lenses that I had just didnt perform the way I wanted to. Which is a shame because they are absolutely beautiful lenses, small and jewel like. I was just never able to mesh with them tho, although I have seen stunning imagery from others using them.

    The good thing about getting into the CY system is the huge amount of great lenses to choose from on both the Yashica and Contax Zeiss sides.

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    A7r + Samyang 24mm f/3.5 TS (Nikon mount), Novoflex adapter with ASAT-NEX tripod mount, about 1 degree downward tilt. Ice is gone and marina is almost ready for the boats.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Out and about on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, today


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    Out and about on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, today


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    It's a small world Quentin,
    We have literally just come over from close to here (Nr. Allensford Farm) this evening stopping in at the Blisland Inn for a pint and a meal.
    Very nice shot....The 24-70mm looks pretty sharp into the corners.
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    Spring is definetly here!

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    It's a small world Quentin,
    We have literally just come over from close to here (Nr. Allensford Farm) this evening stopping in at the Blisland Inn for a pint and a meal.
    Very nice shot....The 24-70mm looks pretty sharp into the corners.
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    Small world indeed. Weather was not great, and we were on our way back home. Lens is indeed good and sharp.
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    'skiff on dock' - A7R / FE 24-70

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    Pictures from our trip to Kauai, with the A7 and various lenses.

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    1,2,3,5,6 - Leica Super-Elmar M 21/3.4 ASPH
    4 - Voigtlander Nokton 35/1.2 ASPH w/ vario-ND filter
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