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    How do you like the Nikon 28-50 zoom? This is a very compact lens, with constant f/3.5 aperture, rather good according to Bjotn Rorslett. How does it do on the A7?
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    bcf, I have had it for a while but never used it much on my NEX 7 or OMD. The shot
    with the child and the other with the ducks were from the first hour of use on the A7R.
    I have to admit that I will be using it some more from what I have seen. Stay tuned..... ;-)

    I just went into Photoshop & did a quick process..... This is another duck shot which is
    easily only half of the frame.



    I darkened the sky, used some detail and slight levels.



    This is the 100% crop, unretouched but reduced in size by Flickr. Considering that
    I was squatting on my old knees, holding the camera down by my ankles, at 65 I
    am not that steady anyway & the ducks were constantly moving with me adjusting
    the manual focus. I think that the lens / camera did pretty good.... ;-)
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    http://hodad66.com Sony A7r,A7II, Sony 70-300G, Rokinon 14/2.8, Leitz Wetzler 35/3.5, Leica R Summicron 50/2 & Elmarit 90mm/2.8, Contax N 24-85 & 70--200mm AND Canon FD 20/2.8, 135/2, 500mm 4.5, Minolta 35/1.8, 45mm/2, Nikon 28-50/3.5, 105/1.8, 180/2.8
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    Today we met this wonderful family from Punjab, India in front of the Niagara Falls.

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    I think that the lens / camera did pretty good.... ;-)
    Yep! How are the sides and corners? Do you know which aperture you used?
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    On the ferry to Wolfe island

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    A little fall color at the Cornell arboretum ponds. A7R+Sony FE 55 1.8 Sonnar.

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    Dame Barbara Hepworth – Oval with Two Forms (1971)
    Taken this afternoon at the Barbara Hepworth Museum. St. Ives, Cornwall.
    (No flash allowed - Taken hand held at 1600 iso under dim lighting conditions in a darkened room).



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    http://hodad66.com Sony A7r,A7II, Sony 70-300G, Rokinon 14/2.8, Leitz Wetzler 35/3.5, Leica R Summicron 50/2 & Elmarit 90mm/2.8, Contax N 24-85 & 70--200mm AND Canon FD 20/2.8, 135/2, 500mm 4.5, Minolta 35/1.8, 45mm/2, Nikon 28-50/3.5, 105/1.8, 180/2.8
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    'pigeon roost' - a7r / Zeiss Distagon ZE 21/2.8

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    Another Barbara Hepworth sculpture...This one is known as “The Bride” (1970). She is made out of plaster (part of the “Family of Man” series).
    She is sitting without the rest of her family in a rather run down conservatory, presumably as protection from the typical Cornish elements.
    I included the chair within the picture as representative of a diminutive “Groom” otherwise she was looking rather sad and lonely like Miss Havisham from Great Expectations.
    (No flash allowed - Taken hand held at 2000 iso under dim lighting conditions).




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    It's been a bit quiet here today?...Here's another A7R shot taken in Somerset before everybody uploads this evening...Cheers Barry



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    Barry: Thank you for skies without vapor trails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Barry: Thank you for skies without vapor trails.

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    Roy you are most welcome
    They are stuck on the end of my healing brush...Just shout when you want them back

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    Nothing special. Just a 25600 iso test with the A7

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    Silo city, Buffalo.

    Abandoned Silos

    I wish I had a TS lens for this kind of work

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    Hi all. Been a while since I posted. Didnt shoot a lot this summer due to some horrendous allergies. But the fall weather has got me back outside.

    First a few from the A7 and Konica Hexanon AR 200/4









    And some from the Minolta MC Rokkor PF 55/1.7







    Hope you enjoy our little Zoo trip as much as we did.

    EDIT- Last photo is actually from the Hexanon 200/4 as well, not the Minolta as listed. Derp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    I wish I had a TS lens for this kind of work
    Michiel, have you tried any of the software options for that? As stand alone PTLens works quite nicely and the facility in Lightroom also does a fair job of correcting keystone perspective. Trick is to make sure you have enough room around your subject in the frame to end up with the picture you have in mind. Ultimate quality/sharpness suffers, but it's better than nothing.

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    "Outdoor Sink"

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    Rainy evening in Brooklyn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Michiel, have you tried any of the software options for that? As stand alone PTLens works quite nicely and the facility in Lightroom also does a fair job of correcting keystone perspective. Trick is to make sure you have enough room around your subject in the frame to end up with the picture you have in mind. Ultimate quality/sharpness suffers, but it's better than nothing.
    I do use it quiet often for my facades and Window dressing series but on this scale you loose so much and also it starts to look really unnatural.

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    One of only a few piers left remaining here in Cornwall.
    This one is at Looe and is known as the "Banjo Pier" because that is the shape as it appears when seen from a birds-eye view.




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    View from the French coast to the English coast.
    In between are at least 40km

    a7r @ ISO 1250 | Leitz Telyt 4,8/280mm




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    View from the French coast to the English coast.
    In between are at least 40km

    a7r @ ISO 1250 | Leitz Telyt 4,8/280mm
    Carsten, that’s pretty amazing to see the opposite side of the English Channel that clearly.

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    The other day I decided to take the one hour drive down to St. Ives, hoping on the off chance of getting a nice pleasant shot of the harbour
    I took up my spot and as soon as I reached for my camera a man drove straight onto the beach in his white van to pickup his boat
    I said to myself...”Just a bit of patience was called for and he would soon be gone, then I could take my snap”



    Just twenty one minutes later and now the tide has come in, yes you guessed it he’s now stuck in the sand!
    Everybody that doesn’t mind getting wet helps out (See inset) and eventually he is back on the tarmac
    You will be pleased to know that I managed to stay dry as somebody had to capture the event for you all to see

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    this evening's sunset on the Indian River.



    A7R & Rokinon 14mm
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    The inevitable Timesquare pictures. New York as a playgarden...



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    The inevitable Timesquare pictures. New York as a playgarden...
    Good compositions!

    One probably dumb question, Michiel... I suppose the Contax zoom is manual focus on the A7r? Is the focusing easy?
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    I haven't shot surf in over seven years so my focusing skills were
    horrible...... i got a few.









    Sony A7R with Canon FD 500mm f4.5
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    Good compositions!

    One probably dumb question, Michiel... I suppose the Contax zoom is manual focus on the A7r? Is the focusing easy?
    I don't have the Contax 24-85 but I do have the 85, 100, 135, and 180. They are all easy to focus... Actually all mechanical focus manual lenses are extremely easy to use. I don't always use focus peaking but it does get you close quickly. The zoom on C1 is a good feature to check and fine tune your focus spot.
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    Lovely photos, all. Nice to get back up to date with what's happening in A7/r/s land. ;-)

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    Really excellent surfer shots.

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    Blended colour with selenium toning.



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    Morro Bay, Central California. A7r + VC 35mm/1.2 II
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    Good compositions!

    One probably dumb question, Michiel... I suppose the Contax zoom is manual focus on the A7r? Is the focusing easy?
    Also to Hired Arm: This is a Contax N mount lens. Focussing is as easy as with any manual focus lens. It has an easy to find focussing ring.
    It is an outstanding but rather fat zoom lens with a nice range.
    Ideal for travelling.
    I use it with the Kipon adapter which worked fine uptil now.
    In a very few cases you notice some vignetting on the left upper corner due to the little block in the adapter housing the metadata contacts.
    It also provides on Camera aperture handling.
    Just bought the Contax N 70-200 as well of which I heard and saw nothing but good. It is rather small and is able of beautiful separation when used at the smaller apertures.

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    Also to Hired Arm: This is a Contax N mount lens. Focussing is as easy as with any manual focus lens. It has an easy to find focussing ring.
    It is an outstanding but rather fat zoom lens with a nice range.
    Ideal for travelling.
    I use it with the Kipon adapter which worked fine uptil now.
    In a very few cases you notice some vignetting on the left upper corner due to the little block in the adapter housing the metadata contacts.
    It also provides on Camera aperture handling.
    Just bought the Contax N 70-200 as well of which I heard and saw nothing but good. It is rather small and is able of beautiful separation when used at the smaller apertures.
    Thanks! I'll look this up.

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    Michiel, have you tried the Zeiss 24-70 FE lens as well?
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    A few shots using the Rodenstock APO-Grandagon 55mm f/4.5 LF lens on the Cambo Actus with Sony A7R. All at ISO 100 f/11 with 1 to 2 degrees tit. There are more from this setup in the Sony Tech Camera thread.





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    Michiel, have you tried the Zeiss 24-70 FE lens as well?
    Merci beaucoup pour votre compliments!

    Did not try the new 24-70. Since I don't care much for AF lenses much, I decided to try this lens. Less money and a bit better reach. Also the reviews were not so enthousiastic, although Werner takes splendid shots with that lens. So much for the hype around official reviews.

    I wanted to try these lenses for a long time and now there are adapters for it.
    The Contax N lenses were produced till around 2005, I think.

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    More elevated Metro from Brooklyn.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    About this picture, I posted before: At the time I took this picture a guy wanted to jump from the Madame Tussauds building. Police officers were talking him out of this bad idea.
    On the detail you can see one of the police guys talking to him. An inflatable was already placed under the building in case of. He didn't jump and was brought to a hospital for mental care. This is what we red the same day in a newspaper laying around in the New York metro.



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