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    "Winter Boats, Lugano"




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    From my window, looking eastward (Valère & Tourbillon)


    Ah AnnnaT now I remember, with a view like that one doesn't need to leave the house! Nice!
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    'dawn of a new day' - a7r / FE 16-35

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    From my window, looking eastward (Valère & Tourbillon)


    Beautiful and a familiar view. I visited friends a few times at their chalet near Arbaz above Sion.
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    A couple with the A7II and Contax G 35mm f/2 Planar. The Cayuga Lake ice shelf keeps creeping out further and I expect the ice fishermen and kite surfers to show up soon.



    The inlet is frozen solid and an ice jam is beginning to form above the foot bridge.

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    a7r | Leica Noctilux 1,0/50mm
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    What a pleasure to have some sunshine at long last

    Taken this afternoon up on Mawgan Porth cliffs.
    Handheld and cropped but still with lots of detail with the good old Sony A7R and 55mm FE combo
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    a7r | Leica Noctilux 1,0/50mm
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    a7r | Leica Noctilux 1,0/50mm
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    Graham, that California Oaks is a real winner - sort of shot that belongs as a large print in your wall. Congrats!
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Carlos Echenique | Carlos Echenique Photography | Sony 𝛼7 II - 2 Sony FE Zooms - Lots of Canon FD Glass | Olympus Pen-F - M.Zuiko 17mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 25mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 45mm f/1.8, Rokinon 12mm f/2 NCS
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    "Winter mood At The Lake"




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    'flood current' - a7r / FE 16-35

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post


    PLEASE SEE
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    Barry, you can not imagine how much I love this picture
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    Barry, you can not imagine how much I love this picture
    Thanks for the very kind words Carsten...I have also been enjoying your images of late
    I am very envious (in a nice way) of your Noctilux. The f1,0 does render rather nicely wide open and still looks super when stopped down, it's one of those two lenses in one type
    I am sorely tempted with the 50mm Mitakon after Jacks thread, that's a bit more affordable for me The 58mm Rokkor f1.2 nice as it is doesn't look as sharp wide open
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    Thanks Barry, also thanks for your kind words

    The Noctilux is truly very special. But for me, only the old lens, F1.0.
    I would never swap it for the new lens. The sharpness is OK, not more.
    Stoped down in center really sharp, at the edge only OK.

    But open, i´m only interested in the bokeh - and that is a perfect dream. The color shift is then also very special.

    I had a Leica M8 before the Sony a7r. The handling has become really great with the Sony. Much better then with the Leica. No more fokus shift and with the right adapter a shorter focusing distance.
    I would only do a system change if I can continue to use the Noctilux.

    Would i not have the f1, I would also think about the Mitakon.
    Or .... no ..... I would always want a Noctilux
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    The f1.0 version does seem to be held in high esteem not everybody went with the f0.95 version when it appeared. All versions give a different rendering and that is what makes the Noct special.
    Enjoy your lens Carsten it sounds like you have arrived at the 50mm that suits you. Cheers Barry
    PS. I think Werner rather likes his for the same reason
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    A foggy walk again. (Wide open)

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    A7s, FE35
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    In homage to Turner's later work I have turned down the clarity on everything apart from His painting
    A most wonderful exhibition



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

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    The f1.0 version does seem to be held in high esteem not everybody went with the f0.95 version when it appeared. All versions give a different rendering and that is what makes the Noct special.
    Enjoy your lens Carsten it sounds like you have arrived at the 50mm that suits you. Cheers Barry
    PS. I think Werner rather likes his for the same reason
    Anyone has a link to the lowest price (Mitakon 50/0.95) in the EU? I just looked at the lens details (wasn't available before) and I rather like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Anyone has a link to the lowest price (Mitakon 50/0.95) in the EU? I just looked at the lens details (wasn't available before) and I rather like it.
    Hi Vivek
    Have been looking also.
    This is the cheapest price that I can find (in UK £585) including Import Duty it seems.
    They list the Netherlands for delivery (extra £15) so you might be in luck
    Total £600, although you may have found cheaper elsewhere.
    BTW. It doesn't show up on ebay.nl strangely...Cheers Barry

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    Continuing with the "out the window" theme, here is a playground under construction:



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    Continuing with the "out the window" theme,
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    I thought you weren't that old (to get out the window that is)?

    With a damaged knee and all, I did go out (walking).

    A city walker.

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    Sony a7 and FD 20-35.

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    Someday I hope to get my hands on the 16-35, but until then I couldn't pass up the deal on this particular FD 20-35.
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    Poseidon's Trident (A7r, Voightlander 35mm Nokton F/1.2 at F/4)



    Crackington Haven (A7r, Zeiss 24-70mm)

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    Trees near Brazacott Cornwall (A7r, Voigtlander 35mm F1.2 Asph II)

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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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    That's one smart lens hodad66, keeping the camera in landscape orientation and it delivers portrait pictures . My later 2.8 version of that lens doesn't do that anymore, guess that's what you call progress
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    Bottom of Enfield Creek gorge. Gorge trail is closed for winter, but park trail to the lower falls swimming hole is open all year. Structure in center foreground has a diving board in the summer. A7II with Zeiss FE 16-35.



    Another photographer out on the ice below the falls.

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    A7s CV Ultron 21/1.8 - "Dawn patrol over Spitalfields"

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    'winter tracks' - a7r / Sigma 35 Art

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    I could not find my way around in this one myself, but at least there is proof I was there.

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    At least you weren't dressed in a skirt (I do not think this is a Kilt), Michiel.

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    Poseidon's Trident (A7r, Voightlander 35mm Nokton F/1.2 at F/4)


    I love this picture, Quentin. Very nicely done.
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    Ah a black kilt with a Donald Duck bellybag

    The first one i see with your Rolleinar, looks good!
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    Ah a black kilt with a Donald Duck bellybag

    The first one i see with your Rolleinar, looks good!


    I am glad that I did not get rid of it in favor of a 20/3.5 AiS Nikkor (which turned out to be terrible on full frame), Michiel.

    Another one:

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    Sony A7, Zeiss 35mm - Sky City, Acoma New Mexico.
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    Very cold clear night here.. actually picked up some stars in the sky with the A7s, not a common occurrence in Manhattan.





    And earlier in the day, re-testing my Leica 35lux asph on the A7s
    This shot worked, but overall the vignetting is exceptionally strong and would be distracting if you have a plain background
    Looks like I will be sticking to the fantastic Zeiss FE 35/2.8 ... and thinking about that Loxia..
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    I just now got my Pentax 645 -> EOS adapter working again. Here's the 120mm macro at full 1:1 connected to the A7II:



    And here's a hand held shot (full frame, not a crop!) with the above:



    Next the 35, 75, 45-85, 80-160, and 150/2.8. The last one is relatively light and might be worth using regularly on the A7II. Maybe the 35, although it is about 8 times the size and weight of the (faster) 35 Cron.

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    Platinum toned.



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    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    I love this picture, Quentin. Very nicely done.
    Appreciated. Its one of those situations where you are looking for the grand landscape and a shot turns up at your feet!
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    Another view from yesterday at Crackington Haven at low tide, Cornwall. Nothing special, except the place and the weather! A7r with Voigtlander F/1.2 Asph II at F8.

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

    Remember that Elliot Erwitt photo of the woman and the two dogs? You can only see her boots, the legs of a Great Dane on one side, and a tiny dog on the other?

    Here are two 35mm lenses set up for the A7II. The picture *was* taken with said camera and the 16-35/4, so it counts as fun with...



    Their performance in the aperture range they share, f/3.5 - f/16, is very similar. The Pentax has the larger image circle, but there is a lot of CA out at the edges. And the Leica, for all its age, does very well. I'll spare you the shots.

    The AF Pentax lenses (at least the ones I have) have a very short throw on manual focus. Look at the distance scales on the two lenses. The Pentax goes from infinity to 4 feet in a few degrees. The Leica takes a full quarter turn.

    The Pentax lenses are plenty sharp (the 150/2.8 has a lot of CA wide open, but is great stopped down a bit), but I don't think they're good walk around lenses. The Leica and Contax lenses are much easier to focus.

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    My plan is to add (eventually, don't know when that would happen) AA 90/2 and AA50/2 to the AA75/2 I have.
    In the meantime..another one from the Rolleinar 21/4.

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    Missed the focus, there might have been a bit of subject movement and or camera shake..

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

    A mighty cold day today....A7II, FE 16-35 at 35 mm.

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    Still mighty cold....A7II, FE 16-35 at 20mm.

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    Ten Tall trees

    A7II, FE16-35
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    In Amsterdam we don't use these old fashioned bikes anymore

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