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    "Almost The Last Sun"




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    A couple fun shots from a track day with my father. First one with the 28-70mm, second an adapted Pentax 55mm f1.8.



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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Michiel ,

    If you're a fan of Donald Judd you'll have to pay Marfa TX a visit. Quite surreal being in a west Texas farming town full of his work, not to mention the Prada Store in the middle of nowhere nearby. Literally!
    Graham, it is a bit out of my reach this time
    I do know about the place and I would like to visit it once and also the needle field of Walter de Maria.

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    Michiel:

    if you look straight up from the driver's seat of the car on the bridge to the water tower, my apartment is in the little white dot just to the lower right
    A room with a view! What a great place to live jlm!

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    amazing details! I have a N24-85mm coming too. although i will be using it on A7 rather than A7r.

    have you heard of the adaptor that endables AF too? (although it costs as much as the lens itself).
    Yes I know about the fringer adapter but it has been out of stock for some time now!

    The lens is a big surprise. It looks like I almost don't need anything else on a trip like this.

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    The Detroit tigers were playing today.



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    In our neighbourhood near former car factorys.

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    Taken this afternoon in our local woods (Near Wheal Glynn).



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    Two from the Italian Alpes, from the top of the Mt. Pordoi. Shot with the A7r and the 24-70 F4.



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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

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    Two from the Italian Alpes, from the top of the Mt. Pordoi. Shot with the A7r and the 24-70 F4.
    Wow, what a spectacular views. I like how you put some people in the picture to help the viewer judging scale and depth.

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    Spestacular ThomasZ!

    Overgrown Pizza joint in Detroit.

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    Taken on a walk across Bodmin Moor this afternoon.
    King Arthur's Hall is a megalithic monument on Bodmin Moor (20x47m) surrounded by 56 stones.
    It is thought to be a late Neolithic or early Bronze Age ceremonial site.



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    'shackled' - a7r / FE 24-70

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    Window dressing from Detroit.

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    "Inside/Outside? II"





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    Sony A7R, Sony smart adapter, Minolta 20mm f2.8 lens. Used ACR to develop RAW, and used the Sony 20mm f2.8 lens correction module. Thanks for looking
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    Fun with the Sony A7

    Bates Nut farm on a brisk, 65 degree, fall morning.

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    Arrived at my sister's in a little village in Ontario. Great weather and peaceful.

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    Kings Cross, London - but not as you know it

    Kings Cross, London - but not as you know it. Literally within a few hundred yards of two major transport hubs in London.

    Such beautiful light, this early Autumn afternoon.


    St Pancras Old Church, graveyard, Sony A7+CV Ultron 21/1.8


    St Pancras Old Church, graveyard, Sony A7+Minolta M-Rokkor 28/2.8


    Camley Street Nature Reserve, Sony A7+FE 55/1.8


    Regent's Canal, Sony A7+CV Ultron 21/1.8


    Regent's Canal, Sony A7+FE 55/1.8
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    Taken with a 7r converted to capture full spectrum; FE70-200 (200mm) f/6.3 1/160 ISO400 handheld/cropped. Used a MaxMax color correction filter for full color.

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    ^^^^ Barry Haines - 'King Arthur's Hall' ^^^^

    I've never regretted selling my WATE - but this is the first time I've felt a twinge.
    Great stuff.

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    Re: Kings Cross, London - but not as you know it

    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Kings Cross, London - but not as you know it. Literally within a few hundred yards of two major transport hubs in London.

    Such beautiful light, this early Autumn afternoon.


    St Pancras Old Church, graveyard, Sony A7+CV Ultron 21/1.8


    St Pancras Old Church, graveyard, Sony A7+Minolta M-Rokkor 28/2.8


    Camley Street Nature Reserve, Sony A7+FE 55/1.8


    Regent's Canal, Sony A7+CV Ultron 21/1.8


    Regent's Canal, Sony A7+FE 55/1.8
    great set and know the area well

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    ^^^^ Barry Haines - 'King Arthur's Hall' ^^^^

    I've never regretted selling my WATE - but this is the first time I've felt a twinge.
    Great stuff.

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    Ah the WATE is a lens I don't think I would ever sell, so small with great performance especially on the Leica M

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    ^^^^ Barry Haines - 'King Arthur's Hall' ^^^^

    I've never regretted selling my WATE - but this is the first time I've felt a twinge.
    Great stuff.

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    Many thanks Louis,
    I thought you owned the WATE in the past but wasn't absolutely sure.
    I would be loathed to be without the WATE on the A7R as it's a decent enough SWA zoom but if something better came along I would jump ship I suspect.

    BTW. I'm currently stuck in a Hotel in Somerset with the most appalling internet speed that you could possibly imagine, I will upload my next images when I get back home.
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    Re: Kings Cross, London - but not as you know it

    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post


    Regent's Canal, Sony A7+CV Ultron 21/1.8


    Regent's Canal, Sony A7+FE 55/1.8
    Louis, I liked all of those images but the last two were my favorites.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Trying an old LF Nikkor-SW 65mm f/4 on the Cambo Actus with A7R. ISO 100, f/11, about 2 degrees tilt for DOF and 7 degrees shift for two shots stitched.

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    'fish shacks, study 2' - a7r / Zeiss ZE 21/2.8 Distagon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viramati View Post
    Ah the WATE is a lens I don't think I would ever sell, so small with great performance especially on the Leica M
    I agree. My WATE also works so well on my M9, A7R, NEX-7, NEX-5N, E-M5, and E-M1.

    Early Light over the White Rock Rio Grande Canyon

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    Can I just say that I sold my WATE because side by side with my CV Heliar 15/4.5 on my Leica M8 I could not see any difference. That may be because I suspect I rarely used it at anything less than f8. What I could see in the WATE was quite a bit of CA of objects against the sky, which surprised me but which I could always fix in post. The same is true of the 15/4.5.

    Anyway, when it got to the point that I could sell the WATE for about six times the price of the Heliar 15/4.5 it was a no brainer. I've also been using the 15/4.5 on my A7 and it works great.

    That is why, until I saw Barry's captures I really did not regret selling my WATE. And I really would not think it worth purchasing just for the A7/r alone. It will be interesting to see, with all the in lens and in camera corrections just how good the forthcoming 16-35 will be.

    That said I am so enamoured of my CV 21/1.8 I'm unlikely to buy the new Sony 'WATE'.

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    Sony A7 + Elmarit-R 135mm f/2.8
    ISO 160 @ f/5.6 @ 1/200 second

    A thread on telephone booths on another site reminded me I had this one marked as 'interesting' in my library. :-)

    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.
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    From last week - 7r, FE 70-200 (200mm) f/4 1/125 ISO 50
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    Almonte, Ontario.

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    Buttermilk Falls panorama auto stitched from 36 images using AutoPanoPro. Cambo Actus, A7R, NIkkor-SW 65mm f/4. I actually took several 4-6 shot sequences from different locations to use for smaller stitched panos and this was just a crude overview pano from all of the shots taken.



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    A church in Ottawa.

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    A7RII + FE55/1.8
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    I spotted one nice tree showing some color while shooting down at the arboretum ponds. A7R Cambo Actus Hasselblad 40mm FLE Distagon.



    and a closer view with the Hasselblad 80mm CF Planar, 6 shot stitch, cropped



    The arboretum ponds pergola crossing with the 40mm Disatagon, SFX B&W

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    'resting place' - a7r / FE 70-200

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    A church in Ottawa.

    Michiel - I'd say your new Rokinon 14 is working out fairly well. This is a very cool picture. Great color too.
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    Thanks Douglas. The lens is sharp allright.

    Really nice your last contribution and exactly the same kind of subjects I am encountering right now here in Ontario.

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    Getting our Halloween on a little early. 3-image taken with a combination of a Sony A7r in full spectrum and a medium format lens a Hartblei 45mm Super-Rotator.


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    WOW!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    [FONT=Tahoma]Getting our Halloween on a little early.
    Continuing Don's Halloween theme, it's never too early for a good scare

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Im posting this for one reason only. Its the first time I did a pano with the Sony.

    3 Vertical shots with the Sigma 35mm ART 1.4 ART lens. Im impressed and having serious doubts about selling this lens. I may just put the 16-35 on hold and fill in with a Canon 24 TSE since I have the 17 TSE

    This is a seriously sharp shot

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    A7R with the Leica R 50mm f/2 Summicron. Snaps at the local apple harvest street festival.











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    A7 + Pentax 55mm f1.8


    A7 + 28-70mm
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    One of my first shots with an A7r I picked up second hand last week.

    I decided I had to try the A7r and see if I was missing anything over the A7. I'll have to decide which one to keep after a few weeks.

    V&A Museum - A7r + M-Rokkor 28/2.8

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

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    One of my first shots with an A7r I picked up second hand last week.

    I decided I had to try the A7r and see if I was missing anything over the A7. I'll have to decide which one to keep after a few weeks.

    V&A Museum - A7r + M-Rokkor 28/2.8
    Louis - Nice shot, I like the flattened perspective
    I will be interested in the outcome, especially when it comes down to your SWA 21mm and WA 28mm lenses, I suspect they will be the deciding factor.

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    Louis; i am curious how your VC 21 fares on the A7r compared to your A7?

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