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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    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.
    There is no better platform for the "Mandler Magic" than the A7 series at the moment. Yeah, peaking is crap.

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    Today, the usual rain. So, I took the more affordable AA Summicron 75/2 out.

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    Still struggling with Canon 400f5.6 with Metabones. The A7II would lock up every time I went to zoom mode to focus. It would refuse to capture, or even turn off! After 20 seconds, it would agree to cycle power. So focus was hit and (mostly) miss. Here is a wet hawk:



    No problems so far with other Canon lenses or other adapters. I'm nervous about relying on the LAEA4/A-mount setup... we'll see!

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    One from today with A7 and Mitakon Speedmaster II at 50mm f/0.95:


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    Here we go.......Tabels At The Lake II"....
    Werner; consider me indulged. That's very very nice, and it still has loads of potential for playful tonal pushing and pulling.

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    First day it has been above freezing this month. Took the A7II with the Contax G 45mm f/2 Planar out for a waterfront walk.

    Cayuga Inlet Overlook


    Ithaca Farmers Market on opposite shore and Cornell University "far above"
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    'January' - a7r / FE 55

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    "Lugano La Sera"




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    Great stuff all.
    Still in awe of the see-in-the-dark magic A7s.

    Friends birthday in an exceptionally dark bar, packed light with the 35/2.8 instead of fast glass, and 1/30th shutter because well.. it's a bar.
    Was shooting ISO 25.6k - 32k, and pushed a 1/2 to full stop in post..







    One thing I have noticed when pushing to ISO 32k or so - frequently seeing what looks like light leak around edge, particularly bottom left of image.. looks like a purple haze.
    Am I unique in this finding, or is this common? I'm not to fussed about it since its an absurdly high ISO, but wondering if I have a defect unit at all.

    It's not evident in photos above due to cropping/vignette adjustments/etc. Will dig up a separate sample..
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    Steve, Google "Amp Glow". I don't think there is any problems.
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    OK so I went back and applied some minimal edits that show the purple haze best..

    First image was ISO 32000 + 2 stop push (I know ISO 128k, nuts right?)


    Next image was ISO 32000 + 1 stop push + lens profile correction (LR5 built in)


    A few observations:
    - Need to be around ISO 64k equivalent before really prevalent
    - Visible at ISO 32k sometimes if I look for it and don't process around it
    - Not on every shot .. maybe a camera heat issue (how long camera has been on)
    - Always in the same place (1/4 up the left side edge, all along the bottom)
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    Thanks Vivek, tied posting at the same time!

    That makes sense. I was googling for the wrong term before..

    I figured there would be a limit before some artifacts showed up (I come from Leica land and am used to banding capping my ISO)..
    Looks like realistic A7s limit is ISO 32k before this starts showing up.. but maybe won't matter for video as much due to crop factor.
    Good stuff.

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    Steve, Google "Amp Glow". I don't think there is any problems.
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    Crooked Train

    (artifact from the electronic shutter as the train goes past.)

    A7S with Minolta 500mm F8 Reflex - 1/500th
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    Another snap from yesterday.

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    A7r, AA Summicron 75/2, The Hague
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Another snap from yesterday.
    Cycling with eyes wide shut

    Old Lifeboat House built by the Masons in 1878 at Hope Cove in Devon.
    (A two image composite stack – Colour image merged with selenium toned)



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    Cycling with eyes wide shut

    Old Lifeboat House built by the Masons in 1878 at Hope Cove in Devon.
    (A two image composite stack – Colour image merged with selenium toned)
    It is in the blood (glasses, and rain makes it bit challenging).

    The top picture shows whitish stripes (vertical as well as horizontal)almost like a frame, Barry. I guess it is from the stacking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    It is in the blood (glasses, and rain makes it bit challenging).

    The top picture shows whitish stripes (vertical as well as horizontal)almost like a frame, Barry. I guess it is from the stacking?
    Hi Vivek...Sometimes you can see the frame as you say from the stacking, generally clicking outside the image normally makes it disappear or just try refreshing the page - Otherwise it's beyond my control

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    A few shots taken on a stream walk in the gorge below my home. All with the A7II and Voigtlander 75mm f/2.5 SL Color-Heliar (Nikon mount lens in Novoflex adapter). Exposure data in exif.







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    Sony A7s+Elmarit 90/2.8



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    From tonight in a foggy Vondelpark. finally I found some time to photograph.

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    Fog and Sodium vapor lamp seem to go together.

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    Lincoln Road Mall - Miami Beach, FL
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    Yes Vivek, we need more fog!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Old Lifeboat House built by the Masons in 1878 at Hope Cove in Devon.
    (A two image composite stack – Colour image merged with selenium toned)
    Ah-ha! I see that you've been around our neck-of-the-woods, and I must say that you've managed a better shot of that Old Lifeboat Station than I have. Perhaps I'm just too familiar with it (familiarity breeds contempt, and all that), but I've never got a satisfactory shot of this building. I do think that your choice of selenium toning works rather well, too.
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    Ah-ha! I see that you've been around our neck-of-the-woods, and I must say that you've managed a better shot of that Old Lifeboat Station than I have. Perhaps I'm just too familiar with it (familiarity breeds contempt, and all that), but I've never got a satisfactory shot of this building. I do think that your choice of selenium toning works rather well, too.
    I always appreciate the apropos wisdoms ( since you didn't ask me )
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    Quote Originally Posted by tbhv55 View Post
    Ah-ha! I see that you've been around our neck-of-the-woods, and I must say that you've managed a better shot of that Old Lifeboat Station than I have. Perhaps I'm just too familiar with it (familiarity breeds contempt, and all that), but I've never got a satisfactory shot of this building. I do think that your choice of selenium toning works rather well, too.
    Very many thanks Sometimes I cross the border (incognito ).

    Only too true if you become too familiar with the surroundings on your own doorstep...I will look out for you if or when you come this way...Not that Bodmin has a Life Boat house or anything else much worth photographing Cheers Barry
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    Michiel and Vivek....Your images seem to be both suffering from the famous Amsterdam l̶amp glow
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    A few more shots with the Voigtlander 75mm f/2.5 SL on the A7II. These were all taken wide open at f/2.5. First is a cropped 100% screen grab in LR.





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    Out on a gray day with the Minolta 100f2, here doing its best to separate the subject from the background. It's not always about uselessly thin DoF!

    I'll make a virtue of necessity and praise the menacing bokeh in the tree branches. There is a LOT of CA there as well, but it succumbs to post processing.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    I will look out for you if or when you come this way...Not that Bodmin has a Life Boat house or anything else much worth photographing Cheers Barry
    Sure thing... we do cross the border from time to time (provided that we have current passports...). I'm easily recognised, as I'm the one carrying slightly more camera stuff than really needed, while muttering about whether it would have been better to have brought 'the other' camera/lens/tripod combo that has, on this occasion, been left at home. Meanwhile, my other half will be wearing an expression anywhere between this:---> and this:---> as she waits for me to get sufficiently organised to begin walking away from the car. I'd hazard a guess that a number of people on here might just recognise themselves in this description... (Or is it just me? )
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    A few shots taken on a stream walk in the gorge below my home. All with the A7II and Voigtlander 75mm f/2.5 SL Color-Heliar (Nikon mount lens in Novoflex adapter). Exposure data in exif.
    Another from the icicle series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbhv55 View Post
    Sure thing... we do cross the border from time to time (provided that we have current passports...). I'm easily recognised, as I'm the one carrying slightly more camera stuff than really needed, while muttering about whether it would have been better to have brought 'the other' camera/lens/tripod combo that has, on this occasion, been left at home. Meanwhile, my other half will be wearing an expression anywhere between this:---> and this:---> as she waits for me to get sufficiently organised to begin walking away from the car. I'd hazard a guess that a number of people on here might just recognise themselves in this description... (Or is it just me? )
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    Tim...My wife instantly recognized herself within your other half’s description
    But there the similarities end as I don’t carry all that much equipment around with me...not when I can get her to carry it for me
    If we ever meet up I will see if my wife can lighten your load
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    'natural breakwater' - a7r / Sigma 35 Art

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    Patches and Creases (from last summer). A7r/FE24-70.

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    I should go out more often in order to take pictures (there are a few themes that i'd like to explore), but instead of that i keep shooting pictures from my windows. Anytimes the light change, i feel compelled to shoot a picture.. In the end, i have more pictures taken from my windows or from the terrace than on the other themes.. So why not start showing the pictures isuued from that non project ?

    That one was shot with the A7r and the Tamron 90mm F2.8 macro in Canon EOS mount. Looking west, after sunset.

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    a7r | Leica Noctilux 1,0/50mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    I should go out more often in order to take pictures (there are a few themes that i'd like to explore), but instead of that i keep shooting pictures from my windows. Anytimes the light change, i feel compelled to shoot a picture.. In the end, i have more pictures taken from my windows or from the terrace than on the other themes.. So why not start showing the pictures isuued from that non project ?

    That one was shot with the A7r and the Tamron 90mm F2.8 macro in Canon EOS mount. Looking west, after sunset.

    Hi Annna....I'm not sure if it's just me but I am not seeing your image! This is the link you have used http://www.getdpi.com/forum/members/...oking-west.jpg
    You might want to edit the link if it isn't to late...Cheers Barry

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    I then uploaded mine before I saw yours...Pure coincidence the similar content I assure you...Cheers Barry^^^
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    Disneyland, perhaps one of the best places to be over Christmas!

    Cookies and Candy - Caution, don't look too close if you are hungry, or on a diet!



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    Disney's California Adventure.



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    The Haunted Mansion at Christmas.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    I should go out more often in order to take pictures (there are a few themes that i'd like to explore), but instead of that i keep shooting pictures from my windows. Anytimes the light change, i feel compelled to shoot a picture.. In the end, i have more pictures taken from my windows or from the terrace than on the other themes.. So why not start showing the pictures isuued from that non project ?

    That one was shot with the A7r and the Tamron 90mm F2.8 macro in Canon EOS mount. Looking west, after sunset.

    Many thanks Barry, for telling there was a problem. It was very stupid : i made a first test of the GetDPI gallery keeping it private and then forgot to change the status to public. Hopefully it is solved now.

    Nice harbour image of yours, as usual !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    Many thanks Barry, for telling there was a problem. It was very stupid : i made a first test of the GetDPI gallery keeping it private and then forgot to change the status to public. Hopefully it is solved now.

    Nice harbour image of yours, as usual !
    Many thanks Annna.

    I suspected it was something simple like that when I saw your gallery wasn't displaying.
    Anyway glad you figured it out....What a fabulous view from your window
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    OK, Annna, here's one from my window this evening. What looks like water is in fact clear ice. It was -20C (-4F) last night, with no wind, so the lake surface "flash froze".

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    A7r, FE 24-70.

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    California Oaks Foggy Evening

    A7r 70-200/4 f/11 2.5s ISO 100
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    Iso 32000! What awesome days we live in
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    From my window, looking eastward (Valère & Tourbillon)


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