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    24-70mm f/4
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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    " The Better Kick "
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    A few high res images taken today in Upper Treman gorge with the Sony A7R, Rhinocam, and Mamiya 645 150mm and 55mm lenses.
    Thanks to all for the likes. A fun setup to use with the A7R.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Two more stitched images using the Rhinocam, A7R, and Hasselblad C lenses.

    Ithaca Farmers Market, Hasselblad 40mm CF Distagon



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    Steamboat Landing, Hasselblad 80mm Planar



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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    After using M lenses and not wanting to bother with adapters for Nikon, Alpha, etc. I think I found my happy place in the 35mm FE. This tiny little lens is perfect for traveling light in any situation. IMO, native lenses are the way to go for the A7/r's, to utilize all the features this camera offers. Now if only we had more of them...

    Here's a few from the 35mm FE. The acuity and rendering of this lens is really impressive. These are 90KB low res images.
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    Nowhere near as dramatic as Johnny's stuff.

    Went to the local park this morning to do some more testing and see if there's any way I can get my Pentax 24mm to work. Basically no. However while I was there I decided to see what the corners of my Pentax Super Tak 35mm f2 will do stopped down (corners great from f8 actually but never loses that 'look', vignetting is pp). I liked the picture actually, love the look of an old lens. So gentle and dreamy.

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    both: Sony A7 + Skink pinhole (Zone Sieve, 24mm)
    ISO 8000 @ f/71 @ 1/320 sec

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    I was wondering how you managed to freeze the cyclist with a pinhole then I saw the iso!
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    Ben,
    yes, some of those older lenses do work great. I guess that's really the beauty of the A7/r's, in their ability to be so adaptable. I used a Zeiss 18mm F/4 distagon ZM and the resolution was outstanding! Almost no color casts and a little vignetting, but overall a remarkable lens. The corners weren't as good, but easily cropped. It is also tiny and focus peaking works great. It seems that asymmetrical lenses do better on the A7/r's, perhaps because of the less obtuse angles of light on the sensor.

    Godfrey,

    There's a unique style and character to your photographs that I recognize instantly. I think most photographers would love that kind of "branding"...nicely done

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    Rock formations close to the village of Minions.





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    Hairy bud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnygoesdigital View Post
    Ben,
    yes, some of those older lenses do work great. I guess that's really the beauty of the A7/r's, in their ability to be so adaptable. I used a Zeiss 18mm F/4 distagon ZM and the resolution was outstanding! Almost no color casts and a little vignetting, but overall a remarkable lens. The corners weren't as good, but easily cropped. It is also tiny and focus peaking works great. It seems that asymmetrical lenses do better on the A7/r's, perhaps because of the less obtuse angles of light on the sensor.

    Godfrey,

    There's a unique style and character to your photographs that I recognize instantly. I think most photographers would love that kind of "branding"...nicely done
    Thank you, johnny! :-)

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    Consistency and style.

    Well done Godfrey.

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    "La Terra Del Conero IV"

    Portonovo,Marche,Italia




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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    You knew it was coming. I couldn't help myself. Last night's "Super Moon".


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    Wow! Great example of how the A7r really shines!

    Note to self...rethink Canon zoom lenses!

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    for out a bit, brooklyn area a7R

    canon tse shifted

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    kayaks; 24 shifted to the max ( no lens correction applied, not even an LCC)
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    24, hand held
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    sony/zeiss 135 f1.8, hand held
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    135 again
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    135; a little too long for where i could stand
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    135 again

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    inside one of the navy yard floating dry dock "doors", weird place; 24mm about 1/4 second
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    navyyard, hand held 24 bit of tilt, (was too lazy to use shift to fix converging verticals)
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    My "go to" subject when I'm trying a new lens - Yates Mill in Raleigh. This with the Canon TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II, tripod mounted using camera L-bracket, Metabones IV adapter. EXIF shown in border.


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    inside one of the navy yard floating dry dock "doors", weird place; 24mm about 1/4 second
    John, I really like the Navy Yard industrial stuff. Something I don't see around here unless I drive to the coast. Thanks for sharing.

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    Aqualung in Camden (A7+Elmarit 90/2.8)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    My "go to" subject when I'm trying a new lens - Yates Mill in Raleigh. This with the Canon TS-E 24mm f/3.5L II, tripod mounted using camera L-bracket, Metabones IV adapter. EXIF shown in border.

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    That is a very pretty capture, Joe and an interesting exposition of the 24 TS-E.

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    hand that rules (wife) holding white balance card as i am shooting her paintings...
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    thx joe and sho;
    here is the dry dock "door" i was inside via the open trapdoor; a tall floating boat; here it has been sunk by pumping water inside, then pressed against the dock and the dock then pumped out.
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    dry dock veiwed from the trapdoor
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    24, hand held (and perspective corrected with C1; again too lazy to use shift and tripod)
    a pile of sacrificial anodes and bags of whatnot

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    first time out with the A7R and the big canon and zeiss 135 f1.8 lenses; need a bigger camera bag!

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    Castle Coch, Tongwynlais, Wales.....Handheld 3200 ISO...Cheers Barry


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    Those cupboards would give me such a headache in bed....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Those cupboards would give me such a headache in bed....
    Indeed! It's a good thing my eyes are closed when I am asleep!

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Pinholery continues!









    All: Sony A7 + Skink pinhole (Zone Sieve, f/71)
    ISO 16000 @ f/71

    The Sony A7 and Skink Pinhole with Zone Sieve f/71 disk just works so well together! These are still from last week. I took it out for the walk again yesterday ... More goodness!

    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Indeed! It's a good thing my eyes are closed when I am asleep!

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    Who knows Godfrey, perhaps they are still closed when you are awake!
    As UFO’s seem to be flying straight past you and your f/71, heading directly towards your sensor (163 - Park).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Who knows Godfrey, perhaps they are still closed when you are awake!
    As UFO’s seem to be flying straight past you and your f/71, heading directly towards your sensor (163 - Park).
    Thanks for letting me know. Posted the wrong (unspotted) version! :-)
    Fixed now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f 1,0 View Post
    7 : 1
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    The best team won!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    The best team won!

    Hey steady on Michiel...I thought England were great a couple of weeks ago!
    Especially as we now have 3 new sponsors.....TOTAL...fcuk...ups...

    Being serious for a moment...Congratulations Germany...Both teams worked really hard - I for one was glad it didn’t end up with a penalty shootout.
    Likewise congratulations Netherlands on your win over Brazil.


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    'we see you' - A7R / FE 24-70

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    Huh, i am completely done, after that Final.....but as everybody here in Germany very happy.
    Congrats to Holland, Michiel et al, for playing a very good World Cup, it would have been even closer with NL in the final.

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    Lordington Lavender beds - open day, near Racton in West Sussex

    FE 55/1.8 - love this lens for landscape - wiiiiide open.


    FE 55/1.8


    CV Ultron 21/1.8 - my other favourite for landscape - also open wide


    90 Elmarit f2.8 - a super lens on the A7


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    Fantastic shots, Louis and Jim (as always great processing!
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    Beautiful photos, Jim! Just beautiful! :-)

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    Bit of a double post having just included this in the IR thread...

    We're into our monsoon season now. Last night was the first I had to try out the new Lightning Trigger® by Stepping Stone. I've used their trigger with a Canon and after getting the A7r converted to IR wanted to try capturing lightning in IR. This is the very first lightning image captured last night. I used a 14mm Rokinon lens on the 7r (IR) set manually at f/8 1/125 ISO 100. Processed using just a small amount of HDR in NIK software.

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