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    Last Fruit - orchard, Cressing Temple Barns, Essex, UK

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    The fishermen are coming in with their seagulls. (Normandy in the fog @ 200mm)

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    Almost in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Almost in.
    Very interesting light in this image. Brilliant capture - thanks for sharing!

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    'autumn blanket' - a7r / FE 55

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    One more shot from the Taughannock gorge outing using the A7R with Cambo Actus and 90mm f/6.8 Rodenstock Grandagon-N.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

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    Very interesting light in this image. Brilliant capture - thanks for sharing!
    Thank you Ron. I have been waiting with my tripod for quiet some time on top of that cliff.

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    Quiet difficult to get this sharp.
    At the biggest fair I have ever seen in Rouen, France.

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    Bodmin Beacon can normally be seen for miles around the county of Cornwall but the thick fog of late makes it near impossible to see the top at a mere 200ft away.




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    Abandoned house shot with the A7R on Cambo Actus with Rodenstock 90mm f/6.8 Grandagon-N. B&W conversion and toning in Tonality Pro LR plugin.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Windows of the past

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    This is my first ever shot by A7R, using/testing Canon TS-E 24II, happy with the camera and the lens since that time.
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    "Resistance"




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    The aliens finally arrived.

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    Just a bit of fun, a quick grab shot that might amuse some of you that can still remember “Foghorn Leghorn” (Looney Tunes).



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    Flower detail with the Sony A7R on Cambo Actus using Rodenstock 75mm f/6.8 Grandagon-N.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    carl:
    can post a picture of your Actus rig?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
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    can post a picture of your Actus rig?
    John, There are a few shots of the Actus with both a LF lens (Nikkor SW) and Hassy lens (60mm) in this post that I posted awhile ago. Still looking for a viable solution to use wider LF lenses. Did they show the modified rear standard for wides (ACB-310) at the expo? I may also try using a Rodenstock focus mount that can be adapted to one of the existing lens plates with bayonet mounts. Other than that the minimum focal length I've used so far has been 55mm. I tried a 45mm Grandagon, but max focus distance is only 1-2 ft before the rear element bumps into the A7R lens mount. The Hassy 40 distagon works well, but it is huge compared to the LF lenses.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    the conversation i had with the combo rep at the capture integration/cambo booth was a bit vague about how wide you could go and with what lenses; he felt 50 mm was about it with the Actus and if you went wider (i have the 43 SK), he indicated the WRS was the way to go.
    since lenses fitted for one system are incompatible with the other system, a two system solution, but who wants to do that?
    i think the only way to ferret it out is to have the gear in hand and see what works. the rear standard i saw was fitted with the IQ-250; i didn't notice if it had been modified on the bellows side to clear lenses. live view is a must

    having tilt on the front rather than the rear might be problematic as well. for my use, i would want board mounted lenses (no helicoid) but with individual shutters, be able to use the 32mm Rodie, have tilt in the back as well as rise/fall. it occurred to me cambo should just switch front and rear standards, he, he

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    Taken this afternoon as the hailstones started to fall.



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    'nor'easter' - a7r / FE 70-200

    A nor'easter is a term that describes particularly strong storm systems here in New England. We're having one today in Maine. The white 'grain' you see throughout this picture is snow. It was often blowing sideways. The wind was running 25-30 mph sustained, with gusts probably to 40 mph or so. I'd estimate the sea swells at 12-15 feet. In hindsight, I probably shouldn't have gone out in this. There were several times that I almost got blown off the rocks. Note to self.

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    From yesterday on the beach in Sarasota. This is the normally placid Gulf of Mexico. Winds up to 30PH and waves where we don't normally see waves. Add in the sand flying around and you can understand the lack of clarity.

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    Taken just a few minutes before "Running for cover"



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    Still waiting for this maple to drop it's leaves so I can get on with the fall cleanup.
    A7R with Cambo Actus and Rodenstock APO-Grandagon 55mm f/4.5. Two shot stitch.

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    Carl, those leaves never fall when you want it! I just cleaned up the garden in France after an absence of almost two month"s. Three days of mowing. I used the tractor mower as a vacuum cleaner of leaves as well.

    This is the cathedral of Rouen. You know the one Monet used to paint.



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    Foreground (shadow) colours together with the background (sunny) colours on the sand dunes.




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    Sonoma Valley grapes. A7+Sigma 30mm
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    Fantastic from Rouen, Michiel! Great use of the UWW Rokinon.



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    Foreground (shadow) colours together with the background (sunny) colours on the sand dunes.
    I love your images of the Cornish coast, Barry! Here's one taken just a short paddle down the river Camel from Padwstow:

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    a7r | Leica Noctilux 1,0/50mm
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    a7r | Leica Noctilux 1,0/50mm
    Aaah, that Leica bokeh - there's no match!
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    Carl, those leaves never fall when you want it! I just cleaned up the garden in France after an absence of almost two month"s. Three days of mowing. I used the tractor mower as a vacuum cleaner of leaves as well.

    This is the cathedral of Rouen. You know the one Monet used to paint.



    Yes, I do the same with my mower. The leaf mulch gets tilled back into the garden in the spring. Perfect place for the 14mm. I have the same lens in T3.1 E mount, but I haven't had the opportunity to use it in such beautiful cathedrals.
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    I love your images of the Cornish coast, Barry! Here's one taken just a short paddle down the river Camel from Padwstow:
    Thank you so much Ron, most appreciated I never tire of photographing the Cornish coast as you may have gathered by now

    Nice one Iím pretty certain I know precisely where that shot of yours was taken!...Pretty much dead opposite my "Across the estuary" image.

    This was taken a few miles south of Tintagel.



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    ^^^^ excellent, Barry!
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    From this series

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    ^^^^ excellent, Barry!
    Thanks Doug, your good taste is impeccable as usual

    Have been re-evaluating the BLENCOMO workflow that I wrote up earlier within this thread, made a few changes to the sequence and hey presto the noise reduced dramatically!
    This shot was taken handheld this afternoon near St. Agnes....Taken at iso 50 where the noise would still be quite obvious after treatment.





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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    You know folks not sure anyone is posting A7s images here but you certainly can. I could change the title of the thread to Sony A7 series cameras. Let me know
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    You know folks not sure anyone is posting A7s images here but you certainly can. I could change the title of the thread to Sony A7 series cameras. Let me know
    Great idea! I'm certainly in favour of that.
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    This shot was taken handheld this afternoon near St. Agnes....Taken at iso 50 where the noise would still be quite obvious after treatment.
    Another splendid image - thank you so much for sharing! If I'm not mistaken, this is the same location as that seen in the large b&w print behind the counter in many Rowes bakeries across Cornwall. Is that so?
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    Good idea Guy!

    Terrific image, location and treatment Barry!
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    Another splendid image - thank you so much for sharing! If I'm not mistaken, this is the same location as that seen in the large b&w print behind the counter in many Rowes bakeries across Cornwall. Is that so?

    Thanks Ron, I suspect you are probably right it's just the sort of thing a Cornish bakers would do - I will have to checkout Rowes the Bakers next time I'm in Truro
    That particular tin mine has been snapped a bazillion times before as it's actually on the S W coast path itself, as it was I had to wait patiently for around a 50 tourists to leave before getting my crack at it.

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    It's a lovely walk between Chapel Porth beach car park and St. Agnes.

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    That makes perfect sense...I always suspected that was how you originally intended this thread to be from the very start.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    It was and now the title has been changed. Thanks everyone for your input here and please post all three A7 Series Cameras. Please as always let us know camera and lens as that really does help all the end users. Let it rip
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    Rouen

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    From the front.





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    wow, I think this image stands out.
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