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

    One more from today.
    a7 II with 55 - window light

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    'dark side of the cliffs' - a7r / Sigma 35 Art

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    My grandson at the kindergarten today.

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    One more from Sunday. This one with the A7r and a Minolta 135 2.8. Window light.
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    'makes his living from the sea' - a7r / Samyang 14

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    A composite from a shoot on Sunday. A7II with 55. Strobes used. Background was with an A7r and is heavily cropped.
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    shot with the Sony A7II & Leica Elmarit-R 90/2.8
    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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    This is a very frigid grab shot. We were invited to a party here (inside!!), and I carry my A7R in the trunk. No time to set up for tripod and cable release. 20mm f2.8 Minolta lens, LAEA4 adapter, hand held at f8 and 1/15 second. Image is sharp enough for a decent blow up, probably 16"x24"
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    This is a very frigid grab shot. We were invited to a party here (inside!!), and I carry my A7R in the trunk. No time to set up for tripod and cable release. 20mm f2.8 Minolta lens, LAEA4 adapter, hand held at f8 and 1/15 second. Image is sharp enough for a decent blow up, probably 16"x24"
    Thanks for looking
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    Looks good! Just goes to show how important it is to have a camera on you most if not all of the time.
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    MS optical 50mm 1.1 on A7s. Our new Devon Rex kitten
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    'ice in wooden boat' - a7r / Zeiss 100 Makro

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    The Leica Summilux 75mm F/1.4, pictured herer on my Sony A7r, arrived today. Don't worry, the reflections in the lens are not defects, they are lights above the lens.

    It is near mint condition. Will try and find some time amongst the awful weather to do a few test shots.


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

    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    The Leica Summilux 75mm F/1.4, pictured herer on my Sony A7r, arrived today. Don't worry, the reflections in the lens are not defects, they are lights above the lens.


    It is on fire!

    Any plans to get the new Summarit 35/2.4? The cutest lens eveh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    It is on fire!

    Any plans to get the new Summarit 35/2.4? The cutest lens eveh!
    I have a Voightlander Nokton 35mm F1.2 on its way, already have the Zeiss 35 f2.8, so sadly not
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    DSC03454 by unoh7, A7 75/1.4 Leitz WO
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    Salt Worker, Danakil Depression, Ethiopia. A7R w/35-70R VE

    This worker cut slabs of salt from the ground and load them onto camels to be transported to faraway towns. When we drove through this region, the temperature reached 51 C or about 125 F! National Geographic called the Danakil Depression the 'cruellest place' on Earth. According to the worker's watch, the time was 9.10 am, but I recalled it was already very hot.

    One of my Danakil images was selected by CNN as one of the top 25 travel photos from 2014, 25 top travel photos from 2014 - CNN.com

    More of my Ethiopian photos can be found here, Zenfolio | N.S. Ng | Ethiopia April 2014




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    Congrats nsng, the one at CNN is beautiful as well, excellent job!


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    I often overlook my 58mm Rokkor F1.2 in favour of the 55mm Sony FE f1.8 as it's just so much sharper...but it can't do that f1.2 bokeh at the end of the day





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    A spot of bright winter sun highlighting some houseplant leaves. I haven't ventured outdoors in two days due to a bitter cold snap (-10 F).

    A7II+Zhongyi f/0.95 (exposure data in exif).

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    I went to Squid Lips after the gym to try out my new (old 1952) lens. A Leitz
    Leica Summaron 35mm f3.5 on the Sony A7II. I also tried shooting a new way
    using auto ISO. Well, the lens works great but all of the shots were underexposed
    .... ;-( Meanwhile, the music was great & the crowd had a ball!

    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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    [QUOTE=W.Utsch;620736]Congrats nsng, the one at CNN is beautiful as well, excellent job!


    Thanks! I nearly collapsed due to heat exhaustion after a 15km trek up to the summit of an active volcano. This is a fascinating region. I will make another trip to Ethiopia in the near future. I did not post the CNN shot here as it was captured with the M240 w/WATE.

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    nsng...Some really excellent work on those links

    Another 58mm Rokkor image taken at F1.2 this afternoon.
    (A two image composite stack)....Split toned.




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    A test of the Voightlander 35mm F/1.2 Nokton on the A7r using metabones adapter, ISO 8000, F/1.4, 1/30 sec, slightly cropped.



    The A7r shutter is so awful it can affect sharpness even at 1/60 of a sec. This can be show by comparing hand-held shots against those braced against something solid or on a tripod.

    The bar I was in with a colleague from my office, Mark, was practically dark. When braced against the table, this shot is sharp with a load of decent film-like grain.
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    "Facade with 'Self-Potrait' II"

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    It will probably end up getting it's own thread eventually but I will kick it off here to start with.
    (SR3) Two new Zeiss FE 25mm f/2.0 and 85mm f/1.8 coming mid-end 2015? | sonyalpharumors
    SR3 Rumor...25mm and 85mm....The 85mm f1.8 will be probably ideal/fast enough for most of us I expect.


    Werner...Nice selfie looking at the original with a bit of pixel peeping

    Quentin...Congratulations on your new Voigtlander 35 F1.2 and 75mm Summilux...Two fast excellent bokeh lenses

    Carl...Have you compared the Mitakon 50mm wide open against the Noctilux?...I have looked at Amin's images that he kindly linked for us all and it does indeed look excellent in the centre wide open. Less sure at the edges and corners though...Although your image sharpens up very nicely by F5.6 with creamy bokeh
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    [QUOTE=Barry Haines;620930]nsng...Some really excellent work on those links


    Thanks Barry. Ethiopia was tough but fascinating. My first trip of the year is next week. I will be going to Yunnan, Southern China.

    Hope you have recovered from your back problems. I had back problems years ago and it took several weeks of physiotherapy to recover. My son is studying physiotherapy in London. But it is his first year in the university. Once he graduates and starts working, I should be able to save some treatment fees, if needed!
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    nsng...Some really excellent work on those links


    Thanks Barry. Ethiopia was tough but fascinating. My first trip of the year is next week. I will be going to Yunnan, Southern China.

    Hope you have recovered from your back problems. I had back problems years ago and it took several weeks of physiotherapy to recover. My son is studying physiotherapy in London. But it is his first year in the university. Once he graduates and starts working, I should be able to save some treatment fees, if needed!

    Many thanks and a thank you Ng Ngok Swee (nsng) for all of your wonderful images and sharing them with us all!
    + Congratulations on having one of your images being selected (CNN) that’s fantastic and a real honour.
    As said before, you have my respect as a travel photographer for the dedication and hard work that goes into doing what you do, it’s not easy and can be dangerous at times especially in some of the locations that you have chosen to document...I particularly like your people images in the more remote recent locations...Ethiopia, Mongolia and Silk Road series. Keep them coming
    I will look forward to seeing Yunnan, S. China later on...Sorry to hear about your back problem, I hope it holds out for your upcoming trip All the very best...Cheers Barry

    My local images of Cornwall always feel a bit mundane after seeing Ng’s but I work with what’s accessible to me and am having fun
    Taken yesterday in Cardinham Woods with the Voigtlander 35mm F1.2...(A pair of two image composite stacks) The first image at F5.6 and the other one at F2.8








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    Nothing wrong with Cornwall, Barry, it is a superb location for photography as you so ably show.
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    Nothing wrong with Cornwall, Barry, it is a superb location for photography as you so ably show.
    Many thanks Quentin most appreciated...I sometimes feel I'm boring everybody to death with my lack of variety of places visited...Cheers Barry

    BTW...I was down Talland Bay just the other day up some rather remote muddy narrow lane and was surprised to see a lovely old Aston Martin Vantage with the registration V8 !...I thought of you immediately

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    Barry

    That Aston number plate is probably worth more than the car!

    A few with the A7r and Voigtlander F/1.2 Nokton Asp II from Hanbury Street, off Brick Lane, near my new (rented) London weekday flat.





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    And one more, same kit



    The Voigtlander F/1.2 Nokton is certainly sharp.
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    By the way, Barry, I really like the relatively shallow focus of your Ladyvale 2 shot. It almost looks 3D - in a good way! We don't see differential focus used enough in most landscape work, in my view.
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    Beautiful shots, Barry and Quentin!

    Barry, i feel a little like you i am still with my Lake Lugano set (hopefully not to be too boring), now back in Heidelberg weather and light are just awful right now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    ............"Tabels At The Lake".....
    Werner - With respect; could you indulge me and post a B&W version of this image. I think there are playful planes and spacial illusions within it waiting for the colourfulness to move aside.

    Worth a try?

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    Last Hanbury St shot, a crop of part of a wall, toned

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    Still standing. Dragged myself out after a mishap and realising the fragile existence, took one of my Mandler classics (a Leica M lens) with the A7r as a treat.

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    Vivek...Hope you are OK!...I can’t see any camera shake so you must have made a full recovery

    Thanks Werner...It would be impossible to become bored with Lake Lugano....It’s just too beautiful What a lovely view just to sit back and relax with a nice hot coffee.

    Many thanks Quentin...All those graffiti shots of yours are excellent, especially the last one...Glad you are enjoying your Nokton.

    That Aston number plate is probably worth more than the car!

    I did manage to get a couple of quick snaps of the Aston Martin Vantage before being on my way.
    It was the registration that took my eye as said before...I suspect you are right that registration is worth more than the car itself!
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    Leutasch, Austria:
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    Looks like we are all uniting as a one big A 7's family

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    First time using the Sony 70-200mm f4, very pleased with the results. All handheld.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Vivek...Hope you are OK!...I canít see any camera shake so you must have made a full recovery
    Thanks, Barry. It is the right knee (strapped up well and I have a very high pain threshold) that strangely made me more stable by slowing me down!


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    For Woodmancy.

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    Vivek...Hope you are OK!...I canít see any camera shake so you must have made a full recovery

    Thanks Werner...It would be impossible to become bored with Lake Lugano....Itís just too beautiful What a lovely view just to sit back and relax with a nice hot coffee.

    Many thanks Quentin...All those graffiti shots of yours are excellent, especially the last one...Glad you are enjoying your Nokton.

    That Aston number plate is probably worth more than the car!

    I did manage to get a couple of quick snaps of the Aston Martin Vantage before being on my way.
    It was the registration that took my eye as said before...I suspect you are right that registration is worth more than the car itself!
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    Werner - With respect; could you indulge me and post a B&W version of this image. I think there are playful planes and spacial illusions within it waiting for the colourfulness to move aside.

    Worth a try?

    ............ Chris
    Here we go Chris:


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    Last Hanbury St shot, a crop of part of a wall, toned
    I like that toning that suits the capture ably.
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    OK, not the greatest shot in the world, but it proves that my near perfect 1999 vintage Leica Summilux 75mm F1.4 with metabones M-mount to E-mount adapter is near flawless and capable of using the full resolution of the A7r in this F/2.8 shot.

    I also find focus peaking next to useless with this lens and with the Voigtlander Nokton F/1.2 35mm - I have better luck simply using the viewfinder (albeit it is electronic) and focusing until it looks sharp. For larger apertures the zoom function, which I have assigned to C1, is useful.

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