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    a7r | Leica Summicron 2,0/28mm

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    a7r | Leica Noctilux 1,0/50mm
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    Mike, huge appreciation! More than I could possibly have hoped for. Thanks!
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    From my walk along the Thames Bank around Rotherhithe today, during low tide. A7 + FE 35 and 55 lenses. For those who don't know the dramatic architecture in the first two frames is London's Canary Wharf.







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    "Structures"

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeEvangelist View Post
    I shot a quick test sequence in my yard with the Canon FD 20mm 2.8, from f2.8 to f16. I shared the raw files here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8gpddek3a06gvav/bqrwJripJz

    This processed version was at f8. It's not bad for $150.



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    I also included a Lightroom profile for the lens in the shared folder.
    Mike, where was the focus on these files? The left top corner is sharp by f11 but the top right doesn't sharpen up till f16 by which time diffraction is very apparent. In any case considerably better than the OM 21mm. Thank you again for your time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Mike, where was the focus on these files? The left top corner is sharp by f11 but the top right doesn't sharpen up till f16 by which time diffraction is very apparent.
    I was focused on the snow on top of the boat, which was about 50 feet away. The stuff in the upper right was much closer than that.
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    a7r | Leica Noctilux 1,0/50mm
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeEvangelist View Post
    I was focused on the snow on top of the boat, which was about 50 feet away. The stuff in the upper right was much closer than that.
    Fair enough, it's just DOF then. Thanks!
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    Yay, a new A7 thread.

    Here are a couple of test shots from my new Yashica ML 35/2.8 (series 1). This lens is incredibly uncommon, but I hesitate to call it rare. It simply does not come up for sale with the frequency of any of the other normal focal length ML's. The 50mm ML's, 1.7 and 1.4, come up all the time. Same with the 28/2.8. Heck even the 24/2.8 and 21/2.8 show up more often then the 35/2.8. I have no idea why. You would think that Yashica would have cranked out a ton of these lenses in this popular focal length. But I guess they didnt.

    In about two years of checking the auction site I have seen maybe 7 of them go up for sale. Now granted, thats just when I was checking for them. But in that same time there were countless other ML's selling in those other focal lengths. I have only ever seen one for sale on KEH.com and that was in ugly condition. Maybe someone might have some insight into why they are uncommon.

    Without further ado, the test shots. I plan to go use it some more today.



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    The world around here actually melted a bit yesterday.

    a7r, 90 'cron

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    The sun was harsh this morning on my walk, and looking at my photos I felt compelled to go contrasty and B&W ...











    Sony A7 + Elmarit-R 135mm f/2.8
    All exposures at f/4

    Thanks for looking. Comments always appreciated.
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    Mist from a few weeks ago.

    Sorry for the title. I just heard a Jimmy Hendrix song on the radio...

    a7r, 90 'cron (again)

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    Hey Godfrey,
    I hate power lines. But I really, really like yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeEvangelist View Post
    I shot a quick test sequence in my yard with the Canon FD 20mm 2.8, from f2.8 to f16. I shared the raw files here:
    Thank you for sharing!

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    VERY elegant!
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    From Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta. WATE at 16mm, A7r, polarizer, F8. Not real happy with the distortion. Perhaps I need to look at a T/S lens again....
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    These might upload OK. a7r and FE55 on Lhasa streets.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Jedediah Smith State Park 55mm FE @ f8 ISO 100 3 shot pano

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    Pike Place Market, Seattle.

    A7, Sony Zeiss 24-70mm f/4, 42mm, 1/60s @ f/4, ISO 160


    A7, Sony Zeiss 24-70mm f/4, 65mm, 1/80s @ f/4, ISO 125


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    A few more. The first is a turnabout for Ashwin. Is that the "kit" lens?

    A7, Sony Zeiss 55mm f/1.8, 1/500s @ f/1.8, ISO 100


    A7, Sony Zeiss 55mm f/1.8, 1/200s @ f/4, ISO 500


    A7, Sony Zeiss 55mm f/1.8, 1/200s @ f/3.2, ISO 800


    A7, Sony Zeiss 55mm f/1.8, 1/200s @ f/4, ISO 400


    Cheers, Matt
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    The end of the market day, Napels

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    A few more from the ML 35/2.8 taken today.





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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    "Structures"

    I far prefer this to the colour version you posted on FM.
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    Thanks Ben, me too.
    First posted the color version at FM, than thought BW would be better and ist really is.

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    Maybe a little nervous but i wanted a little more DOF and detail, thats why it is shot at F 11 (or even F 16, im not sure)
    The subject was about 15m away:

    "Chaos "


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    Some random from testing a Zeiss C/Y 50mm 1.4 on A7R. Stopped down to 5.6.
    "Death and the mother" Sct. Petri church inner Copenhagen.
    some with more colors on - same place
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    I hate power lines. But I really, really like yours.

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    Thanks Dave! :-)

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    Napels70 by Michiel Schierbeek, on Flickr[/Center]
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    Sunshine and Truffle Oil



    Camera Porn (Silas's M6)

    Both with the A7 and my miraculous version of the 28-70 Kit lens

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    The Red Wheel


    Reeds in the sunlight


    First Blossom


    Reflection

    The second shot is with the Leica 60mm Macro Elmarit R - the others are all with the kit lens

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    It really did feel like the first day of spring today.

    Lovely


    Snoozin' in the sunlight


    Beautiful Plumage


    Scarlett

    All shot with the A7 and my miraculous version of the 28-70 Kit lens

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    Scarlett
    another simple shot with the 28-70 kit lens at 70mm

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    Scarlett[/SIZE][/CENTER]
    A lot of joy and wonder in those eyes. Nice.
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    Gorgeous March weather here the past two days. I headed for the hills in late afternoon, one day with the 24-70 and the next with the 28-70.

    The light was so beautiful. It happens just two or three days a year that we get this sunny but slightly hazy clarity. I never, ever get a shot that in any way does justice to how lovely it looks but it sure is fun trying...









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    A few more from the ML 35/2.8 taken today.





    Gorgeous!

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    Mist from a few weeks ago.

    Sorry for the title. I just heard a Jimmy Hendrix song on the radio...

    a7r, 90 'cron (again)


    Love that one!
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    HI Tim
    Lovely light isn't it - no rolling countryside here, but we do still have the light.

    I think I like the first one best - surprised that you're shooting with the 28-70 when you have the 24-70? Is there anything it does better?

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    HI Tim
    Lovely light isn't it - no rolling countryside here, but we do still have the light.

    I think I like the first one best - surprised that you're shooting with the 28-70 when you have the 24-70? Is there anything it does better?
    No, nothing - though it's way better at close range than it is at distance. Check your e-mail for some shocking RAWs!

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    I was visiting some old friends in the deep South (Castletown) the other day, and took the opprtunity to play with the Zenitar 2.8/16, the Pentax 1.8/31Ltd, the Elmar 4/135 and the Vario-Elmar 3.5/35-70. All seem to play nicely with the A7r.

    (Later) When I tried upload the pics I discovered that I've run out of storage, so I'm waiting to organise a subscription. The pics can be viewed here:

    for GetDPI - a set on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    No, nothing - though it's way better at close range than it is at distance. Check your e-mail for some shocking RAWs!
    Nothing yet - my little darling lens is okay at a distance too.
    . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Nothing yet - my little darling lens is okay at a distance too.
    . . .
    Hmm, I sent it an hour ago and it hasn't bounced back..

    Here's the skinny:

    I did some comparative shots and here’s what I found:

    At closer ranges, mine is a tad worse than yours - possibly something to do with the difference in cameras. Very good on centre, a bit less good than yours at edges and corners and with a slight asymmetry that rotates round the frame as you zoom.

    Additionally it needs higher shutter speeds than the 24-70 in order to have no blur from the shutter.

    But here are some links to RAW files, not all shot at exactly the same time but two frames are (35mm vs EF 35mm f2.8) and two sets are the same scene shot on consecutive days at close to the same time. Ignore the time of day, it's still set to holiday time, they were shot around 5pm.

    They show that on centre the IQ is similar between the 24-70 and the 28-70 but that the rest of the frame at distance is just a horrible mess on the 28-70 in comparison. Looks like the lens can do close up fairly reasonably but not landscape, at least on the A7R…

    I may keep it though: it strikes me that with a 10 stop ND filter and some moving subjects, it might give a nice dreamy look. I might even get one of my bodies adapted for IR!


    Links to RAW files:


    http://tashley1.zenfolio.com/img/g61...t7IS1ItEUiUXs=

    http://tashley1.zenfolio.com/img/g93...TwXGHYTVa7sq8=

    http://tashley1.zenfolio.com/img/g76...6W5DqZNfVTOqE=

    http://tashley1.zenfolio.com/img/g55...l0-h0y2CMTREY=

    http://tashley1.zenfolio.com/img/g65...urV19FHtSDWiI=

    http://tashley1.zenfolio.com/img/g86...WSm-T9y3cydrY=
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    I was visiting some old friends in the deep South (Castletown) the other day, and took the opprtunity to play with the Zenitar 2.8/16, the Pentax 1.8/31Ltd, the Elmar 4/135 and the Vario-Elmar 3.5/35-70. All seem to play nicely with the A7r.

    (Later) When I tried upload the pics I discovered that I've run out of storage, so I'm waiting to organise a subscription. The pics can be viewed here:

    for GetDPI - a set on Flickr
    Nice! I forgot you had one of the Zenitar 16mm lenses. :-)

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    Love that one!
    Thanks Tim!
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    A lonely terras right against the sun on a lovely day on Capri. My feet were tired after a long walk.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dunders View Post
    I was visiting some old friends in the deep South (Castletown) the other day, and took the opprtunity to play with the Zenitar 2.8/16, the Pentax 1.8/31Ltd, the Elmar 4/135 and the Vario-Elmar 3.5/35-70. All seem to play nicely with the A7r.

    (Later) When I tried upload the pics I discovered that I've run out of storage, so I'm waiting to organise a subscription. The pics can be viewed here:

    for GetDPI - a set on Flickr

    C&C always welcome!
    Great stuff there! I admire you guys that can make an extreme wide angle sing.

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    Anoter lonely terras in Sorrento.

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    Gorgeous!
    Thank you

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    more street with the FE55. The young woman, a beggar, is looking intently at the bribe I am about to give her for in return to letting me take her photograph.
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