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    Some walk around shots

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    Rouen

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    "Tree And Ruccola Field"





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    Quote Originally Posted by Paratom View Post
    wow, I think this image stands out.
    Many thanks Tom, much appreciated.

    This one was taken on the western coast of Somerset.





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    From last year with new PP.
    View on Vlissingen.

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    Sony FE 70-200mm f4
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    Nothing exciting - just an example of the A7 with the Leica 80-200 f4
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    'gudgeon' - a7r / FE 55

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    Took the 28mm C/Y Distagon for a spin in a nearby gravel pit today…

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    Last edited by Ron Pfister; 8th November 2014 at 11:54. Reason: Image caption missing
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    A couple of grungy boathouse shots with the A7R and Leica R 50mm Summicron.



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    From a lake just north from Ottawa.

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    'October sailor' - a7r / FE 70-200

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    Lovely, Barry...


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    Hello,

    it is my first post.

    In Berlin we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. LICHTGRENZE is a light installation with 8,000 helium balloons, it runs along the former wall route for eight miles.





    "LICHTGRENZE" - Schiffbauerdamm with the river Spree






    "LICHTGRENZE" - Brandenburger Tor, somewhat hidden by an installation





    "LICHTGRENZE" - Oberbaumbrücke (Oberbaumbridge), connect the former eastern district Frichdrichshain with Kreuzberg (west)


    All pictures with Sony A7r, 55mm, 1,8; 35mm, 2,8.
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    Excellent! A stunning and historic first post. Thanks for sharing.

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    Welcome Ulrich! Nice work!

    This one is for Werner (after an alert from Barry )

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    A few shots taken along a waterfront trail walk with the A7R + Minolta M-Rokkor 28mm f/2.8. I use the Phigment coded M to E adaptor which records lens information in exif.





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    My new, one piece adapter for Canon FD lenses finally came in. Manufactured in Poland from high quality materials and to very exact standards it is probably the single nicest adapter for legacy lenses I have ever purchased. Hands down. I hope to do a little write up on it soon.

    Here are some examples from the A7 with Canon FDn 50/1.4.

    falla C of self E


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    the scream (my apologies to Edvard Munch on this one)
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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Lovely, Barry...
    Many thanks Werner (I know I'm lovely )
    Your 15mm Nikkor looks to be a superb match with the A7R (certainly better than my old 15mm Voigtlander)
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    'Kennebunkport breakwater' - a7r / FE 24-70

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    Thanks Michiel for brining in 'my' Gallery, send me the key

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    Late light view over Ijmuiden.



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    A7r & 55 1.8

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    Some west coast autumn colours - shot with A7 and Olympus OM 50/2 macro (all bigleaf maple leaves - Acer macrophyllum) - thanks for looking




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    Another shot taken of the rooms at Castell Coch. (By William Burges)...Handheld at iso 6400





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    'from a squirrel's perspective' - a7r / Zeiss Distagon ZE 21

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    One more from Sunday. A7r and 55 1.8 with one bare bulb flash.

    This one is straight out of the camera

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    A bit busy

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    Apparently I can't read my own data. This was from the 35 2.8. I rarely use that lens although it renders well and is very small. For some reasons it never seems to attach itself to my camera

    Thanks for all the likes.

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    A7r & 55 1.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMaher View Post
    Apparently I can't read my own data. This was from the 35 2.8. I rarely use that lens although it renders well and is very small. For some reasons it never seems to attach itself to my camera

    Thanks for all the likes.

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    I liked both of them very much Jim...The lighting was great on the first one (Like off of a film set) + I liked the creased/distressed 1/4 folds on the BW shot as if someone kept a picture of their sweetheart in their wallet
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    To keep the portrait theme going for a while.
    A7r, 55 1.8, bare bulb strobe with no reflector.

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    The new FE 16-35/F4 OSS:
    The lens looks very promising, no Ca or distortion correction applied.
    Distortion is very good controlled, Ca's low and sharpness and contrast excellent ,in the corners very good.
    AF was perfect in the very dark Chappell (OSS of for that shot from tripod)



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    Very nice atmosphere Werner!

    I see some distortion in the last image but still very good. Does not look to complicated. (mustache etc.)
    It looks that it will be, even manually, very easy to correct. May be two or three steps.

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    Michiel, yes there is a little distortion at 16mm that gets less if you go up to 21-24mm.
    The LR profile corrects this perfectly.
    But even uncorrected it looks quite good much better than expected after the experience with the 24/70 which is awful distortion wise and has to be corrected with architecture...

    Here i wanted to show the lenses peformance with no CA, Vignetting or distortion correction.

    My first impressions with that lens is really very positiv, in almost all situations it can replace my primes in that range.
    Thats of course a little sad because i love my 18,21 Distagon's, the 15 Nikkor and the 24 TSE II.

    Here is the same Chappell shot with the LR profile used: Distortion and vignetting are corrected:




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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Michiel, yes there is a little distortion at 16mm that gets less if you go up to 21-24mm.
    The LR profile corrects this perfectly.
    But even uncorrected it looks quite good much better than expected after the experience with the 24/70 which is awful distortion wise and has to be corrected with architecture...

    Here i wanted to show the lenses peformance with no CA, Vignetting or distortion correction.

    My first impressions with that lens is really very positiv, in almost all situations it can replace my primes in that range.
    Thats of course a little sad because i love my 18,21 Distagon's, the 15 Nikkor and the 24 TSE II.
    Crikey Werner Is it really that good?... I had better sell my WATE quickly then

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    I was tempted to buy the WATE before and if i had, i would oc keep it

    I dont know how the FE compares to the WATE but , still first impressions, the Sony is a very good lens.
    It surely stands good against the above mentioned primes, which all have their strengths and weaknesses. The famos 21 Distagon e.g. has distortion (mustache) you better correct with critical architecture. The 15 Nikkor is prone to heavy flares.
    The 24 TSE is bulky etc....

    Last but not least you get AF and OSS with the Sony, both are welcome for me, my eyesight is not the best and for indoor shots handheld OSS is good to have...

    The AF worked excellent in the dark shooting in the Dom. I never, by purpose to test, used manual focus there which is by the way not very easy in dim light and stopped down...
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    So, now I have a problem then.....

    BTW The difference distortion wise is very little in deed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    I was tempted to buy the WATE before and if i had, i would oc keep it

    I dont know how the FE compares to the WATE but , still first impressions, the Sony is a very good lens.
    It surely stands good against the above mentioned primes, which all have their strengths and weaknesses. The famos 21 Distagon e.g. has distortion (mustache) you better correct with critical architecture. The 15 Nikkor is prone to heavy flares.
    The 24 TSE is bulky etc....

    Last but not least you get AF and OSS with the Sony, both are welcome for me, my eyesight is not the best and for indoor shots handheld OSS is good to have...

    The AF worked excellent in the dark shooting in the Dom. I never, by purpose to test, used manual focus there which is by the way not very easy in dim light and stopped down...
    Many thanks Werner...I got the impression over at FM last night that you were pretty impressed with it looking at these pics
    I said from the beginning I would jump ship from the Leica WATE if Zeiss came up with an alternative that suited me better...The WATE has a wavy distortion which is easy to see at the 16mm end and they are both f4 anyway...The OSS, AF and Exif data are all positives and adding a filter would be less of a problem....Thanks again.
    I think Michiel is going to get one so I had better keep up with you two

    EDIT...Just ordered one, I will compare it against the WATE when it arrives in about a weeks (hopefully) time.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    You just couldn't wait huh.....

    Like to read about your findings as well Barry. Congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    You just couldn't wait huh.....

    Like to read about your findings as well Barry. Congrats!
    Many thanks Michiel...No I couldn't WATE any longer

    Will of course let you know...I'm awaiting a tracking number at the moment plus a 4-6 business day delivery time frame, hopefully in the meantime Werner will carry out a few tests of his own and share his findings with us all (especially compared to his Distagons). I realize it's a zoom at the end of the day, so my expectations are not that high but I keep hearing good things - I really needed to find out for myself.
    I am seeing Ron (Pfister) on the 23rd down at Falmouth I will take the WATE and the 16-35mm FE so he can give you his opinion as well (All assuming it has arrived by then)...Cheers Barry
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Werner, thanks for sharing those shots and your thoughts. This does indeed look VERY promising. Damnit!

    If you have a chance, I'd love to see/hear what things look like at 21-24ish and 35.
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    Since my 7r is modified to capture full spectrum and I use it for infrared work I normally don't post here but thought I'd share these two...



    The Church on the Hill, Felicity CA. Sony A7r 24mm (24-70) 830nm f/4 1/320 ISO 100



    Another from The Palouse. This was captured using a Sony A7r modified to capture full spectrum and a 830nm IR filter attached to a Hartblie Super Rotator medium format lens. Not certain of the f/stop however 1/125 ISO 100. Looks like medium format lenses work well on the Sony A7r!

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    Glad you shared them, Don. Striking shots.
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    A7, Voigtlander VM 50 1.5
    Can't take credit for the second one, my wife actually took it.

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    Taken in Devon on Dartmoor.





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    Streetshot from New York.

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

    dwood: Thank you!
    My, still first impressions are, that the lens reaches it's peak at around 21 (18-24). As seen, really low distortion and very good controlled CA's in the whole range. Weakest performance at the 35 end but still good and perfectly usable.
    24 mm in an other league as the 24-70.

    May i invite you to look at the 2 last posts at FM, they show performance at F4/16mm and 18mm with lots of DOF.


    "Dom Worms, East Cupola"




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