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    Some from this morning's dog walk with the 24-70 zoom


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    I have the same problem with my Metabones Leica-r to E mount adapter. It is so tight I keep thinking I'll break the lens mount off trying to mount it. also I noticed recently that the lens release tab/mechanism leaks light if direct sunlight hits it - on inspection I can clearly see light from looking from the inside of the adapter through the release.
    Just received mine (Metabones LR-E) too, and I'm having exactly the same issues. Excessively tight and it is very difficult to mount the lens. I can further confirm that I, too, can clearly see light leak through the release mechanism when I look from the inside of the adapter. Ouch

    This is a bit disconcerting, given the price of this adapter. I also have a much cheaper Fotodiox LR-E adapter and it doesn't appear to leak any light. (On closer inspection, I can actually observe that Fotodiox's release mechanism, as it looks from inside, is pretty much the same as the one in Novoflex's adapter).

    I guess, I'll have to stick a piece of black tape over the Metabones' release tab in some awkward manner, before I replace it with Novoflex or Fotodiox...

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    An old villa on Capri.


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    Hello Michiel.
    I have the ZM 25mm biogon which I presently shoot on the Ricoh GXR-M. As it looks increasingly unlikely that Ricoh will follow through on this camera, I'm looking very closely at the Sony A7 as a future replacement. I know you have/had this lens also and I'm wondering if you've had chance to use it with the Sony and, if so, what conclusions might you have drawn?
    Thanks in advance.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

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    Hello Michiel.
    I have the ZM 25mm biogon which I presently shoot on the Ricoh GXR-M. As it looks increasingly unlikely that Ricoh will follow through on this camera, I'm looking very closely at the Sony A7 as a future replacement. I know you have/had this lens also and I'm wondering if you've had chance to use it with the Sony and, if so, what conclusions might you have drawn?
    Thanks in advance.
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    To my shame, I did not ude the lens yet on the A7r, because of all the bad storys. I will try it later this week when i am back in Amsterdam.
    I remember that I tryed it very late for the same reason on my NEX-7 and I found it actually quiet good. But this time it is different, I think.

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    Hello Michiel.
    I have the ZM 25mm biogon which I presently shoot on the Ricoh GXR-M. As it looks increasingly unlikely that Ricoh will follow through on this camera, I'm looking very closely at the Sony A7 as a future replacement. I know you have/had this lens also and I'm wondering if you've had chance to use it with the Sony and, if so, what conclusions might you have drawn?
    Thanks in advance.
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    Hi Steve
    That's a lovely lens, I still regret selling mine. BUT in my opinion the A7 and A7r aren't a wonderful solution for wide angle M lenses. The sensor isn't designed for a rear element so close. Some work better than others some of the time, but results are unpredictable and often downright bad.
    I realise some will disagree, and there are exceptions (WATE and 21 summilux for instance), but probably not your Zeiss

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    Thanks Michiel and Jono for your replies. I confess there's a certain amount of wishful thinking behind my hopes for the ZM25 on the A7. I suspect your assessments will prove correct but as long as I keep my eyes covered and only peep out occasionally it might all just work out fine. 'Cause that's how life is...Right!?!

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    I went to a friends' place and when his daughter woke up I was so excited about taking some pictures that I left my A7 on iso 6400 from some tests I was doing yesterday.

    Taken with a Canon FD 24-40mm f2.8 constant

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    Sunset out of my top window.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    We have just taken possession of our new holiday cottage in Cornwall. We have no chairs, just one bed, and the kitchen needs a lot of work, but we are happy to be in the beautiful Dutchy.

    A couple of shots with the A7R and superb Zeiss 24-70mm.

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    re: Jono's set #352...what are the 9 "likes" seeing that I can't?

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    Well, I for one liked the the light on the green leaves image. I think it would be worth a b&w conversion.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    A7 with
    1,2: Leica R 100MM:
    3: Summilux-R @F1.4 (operator error, unsteady hands)
    4: Mamiya 200 APO (heavy crop, about 1/5 of the image) - I love this lens and the way it renders.

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    Taken this afternoon...Bosullow Quoit, Cornwall.
    A7R + Voigtlander 35/f1.2 Mk2 at F8 + Nik Silver Efex Pro2 processing.


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    This place is getting very Cornish... I'm potty about it myself.

    St. Ives harbour...

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    Breakfast in Santa Cruz today, and a walk on Santa Cruz Pier afterwards. I was testing the Leica Elmar-R 180mm f/4 on the Sony A7. Here are some of the photos ...









    All with Sony A7 + Elmar-R 180mm f/4, all at ISO 800

    I debated buying the Elmar-R 180mm f/4 since I already had the Elmarit-R 180mm f/2.8. But I realized that I'd only rarely carry the Elmarit 180 because of its sheer size and weight ... the Elmar is about a third the weight and two-thirds the size. With the sensitivity of the Sony A7 to bank on, I bumped the ISO to 800 which netted 1/250-1/1600 second for these exposures.

    The rest of the 12-photo set is viewable on Flickr.com at
    Santa Cruz Pier - March 2014

    Side note: One reason I'll keep the E-M1 around is that this 180mm is about the longest lens I'm comfortable with shooting without a tripod. The E-M1's in body image image stabilization allows me to shoot hand-held with a field of view that is equivalent to 560mm on FF format...

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    You say it's Santa Cruz. Looks like Cornwall to me...
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    Breakfast in Santa Cruz today, and a walk on Santa Cruz Pier afterwards. I was testing the Leica Elmar-R 180mm f/4 on the Sony A7. Here are some of the photos ...




    All with Sony A7 + Elmar-R 180mm f/4, all at ISO 800

    I debated buying the Elmar-R 180mm f/4 since I already had the Elmarit-R 180mm f/2.8. But I realized that I'd only rarely carry the Elmarit 180 because of its sheer size and weight ... the Elmar is about a third the weight and two-thirds the size. With the sensitivity of the Sony A7 to bank on, I bumped the ISO to 800 which netted 1/250-1/1600 second for these exposures.

    The rest of the 12-photo set is viewable on Flickr.com at
    Santa Cruz Pier - March 2014

    Side note: One reason I'll keep the E-M1 around is that this 180mm is about the longest lens I'm comfortable with shooting without a tripod. The E-M1's in body image image stabilization allows me to shoot hand-held with a field of view that is equivalent to 560mm on FF format...

    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.

    Godfrey
    Godfrey:
    That paddler shot looks nice and sharp. What kind of focus assist did you use? And I know what you mean about using the F4 vs the F2.8. I've got an F4 200mm that is the most I'll carry for a long assignment without a monopod. Looks very summer-like in those beach shots. That's a bitter pill to swallow when the forecast tells me snow on Wednesday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfirneno View Post
    Godfrey:
    That paddler shot looks nice and sharp. What kind of focus assist did you use? And I know what you mean about using the F4 vs the F2.8. I've got an F4 200mm that is the most I'll carry for a long assignment without a monopod. Looks very summer-like in those beach shots. That's a bitter pill to swallow when the forecast tells me snow on Wednesday.
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    Thanks John!

    The lens was set to f/5.6. I tapped the focus magnification for a second after setting the focus with no aids. It seemed about right.

    The fog was just lifting and it was rather chilly out there, but not "cold". The sky was still leaden. Not quite summer for this area, believe me. ;-)

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    Taken this afternoon...Bosullow Quoit, Cornwall.
    A7R + Voigtlander 35/f1.2 Mk2 at F8 + Nik Silver Efex Pro2 processing.


    Quentin, Barry and Tim:

    The only thing I know about Cornwall I read in a book called Tales and Legends. It said that aboriginally Cornwall was infested with Giants. And after seeing these giant rocks stacked like pebbles I guess I might believe it was true. From each of your various pictures I'd have to say it must be quite scenic.

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    Heartlands, Cornwall....Projected Wall Art.
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    Northlake Shipyard on Seattle's Lake Union.

    A7, Sony Zeiss 24-70mm f/4, 24mm, 1/125s @ f/9, ISO 200


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    Ballard Locks and Farmer's Market with the A7 and various lenses:


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    Heartlands, Cornwall.....Projected wall art....A7R + 55/F1.8 FE





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    Thanks Michiel and Jono for your replies. I confess there's a certain amount of wishful thinking behind my hopes for the ZM25 on the A7. I suspect your assessments will prove correct but as long as I keep my eyes covered and only peep out occasionally it might all just work out fine. 'Cause that's how life is...Right!?!

    exactly - My mistake in buying the A7r was for using it with M lenses. Now I'm rather hankering after one again - but this time for using with native lenses.

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    exactly - My mistake in buying the A7r was for using it with M lenses. Now I'm rather hankering after one again - but this time for using with native lenses.
    Hi Jono...Life is weird, I decided to go the other way and keep the A7R and sell off 5 of my M lenses including the ZM25 after not being happy with their performance on the A7R...I am now wondering if that was a mistake on my behalf, time will tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    You say it's Santa Cruz. Looks like Cornwall to me...
    Ah, yes. Those famous Cornish sidewalks!
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    Hi Jono...Life is weird, I decided to go the other way and keep the A7R and sell off 5 of my M lenses including the ZM25 after not being happy with their performance on the A7R...I am now wondering if that was a mistake on my behalf, time will tell.
    HI There Barry
    These look great.
    As for M lenses - selling them always seems to be a mistake! I've kept mine, but I'm using them on the M rather than trying to use them with the A7. Now I'm pretty happy - the 24-70 zoom seems to be a success (even if rather an odd success) the 55 f1.8 is stonkingly good, and my M lenses are happy again now they're back on the M.

    Which leads me back to wondering whether I wouldn't like to have an A7r again to go with these lenses!

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    This place is getting very Cornish... I'm potty about it myself.
    .... not just potty about it, born there

    These are from January with either the WATE or the kit lens.



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    Fish Net Tight (Newlyn)


    That Farmyard Look (opposite the pub at Treen)


    Sky and moors (Chapel Carn Brae)


    Cornish Chain Mail (Carn Euny, Brane)


    Pyrenean sheepdog on Cornish Coast (Treen Cliffs)

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    Many thanks Jono.
    To be honest I always have regrets with selling any of my gear...I would love to keep it all
    Such is life though...The Leica M Summilux 50/1.4 Asph was my all time favourite Leica M lens, the build and image quality was and still is great on a M camera...But I was so blown away with the IQ of the 55/1.8 on the A7R that has led me down another path altogether...I am pretty happy with my decision so far - Still undecided on what lenses to get outside of my 55/1.8, Rokkor 58/1.2 and CV35/1.2 Mk2.
    Cheers Barry

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    HI There Barry
    These look great.
    As for M lenses - selling them always seems to be a mistake! I've kept mine, but I'm using them on the M rather than trying to use them with the A7. Now I'm pretty happy - the 24-70 zoom seems to be a success (even if rather an odd success) the 55 f1.8 is stonkingly good, and my M lenses are happy again now they're back on the M.

    Which leads me back to wondering whether I wouldn't like to have an A7r again to go with these lenses!

    all the best

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    jono:

    still not getting your images on my two shop PC's (Firefox), Surface Pro (Win 8, Explorer), or my shop Mac (Safari) all running from the same router

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    jono:

    still not getting your images on my two shop PC's (Firefox), Surface Pro (Win 8, Explorer), or my shop Mac (Safari) all running from the same router
    Hi There John
    it seems to be a timeout issue, but I'm darned if I know what it is - I've sent you a pm about it.

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    .... not just potty about it, born there

    These are from January with either the WATE or the kit lens.



    Buoy and Bucket (Penberth)


    Fish Net Tight (Newlyn)


    That Farmyard Look (opposite the pub at Treen)


    Sky and moors (Chapel Carn Brae)


    Cornish Chain Mail (Carn Euny, Brane)


    Pyrenean sheepdog on Cornish Coast (Treen Cliffs)
    None of this set, nor a couple of prior sets, are showing up on my system either.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    None of this set, nor a couple of prior sets, are showing up on my system either.

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    HI Godfrey
    Questions (please help!)
    can you paste the link into another browser window?
    Are the images on my website showing up?
    does the text show up?
    is it a time-out issue?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Jono, fwiw, I am now getting your images, both in this thread and on your site.
    Ed

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by erudolph View Post
    Jono, fwiw, I am now getting your images, both in this thread and on your site.
    Well, I'm glad you are, but it's certainly a bit weird

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Hi Jono,

    I can see them now via Safari on my Mac....couldnt earlier, but could last night on my Surface Pro2

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    HI There Barry
    These look great.
    As for M lenses - selling them always seems to be a mistake! I've kept mine, but I'm using them on the M rather than trying to use them with the A7. Now I'm pretty happy - the 24-70 zoom seems to be a success (even if rather an odd success) the 55 f1.8 is stonkingly good, and my M lenses are happy again now they're back on the M.

    Which leads me back to wondering whether I wouldn't like to have an A7r again to go with these lenses!

    all the best
    I don't mean to beat a dead horse, but Jono has posted many wonderful images produced using his Kit 28-70mm lens, that I'm very curious about what makes him say" the 24-70 zoom seems to be a success (even if rather an odd success)" ?

    I am also using the 28-70mm Kit lens on my A7, and I haven't seen anyone post images with the 24-70mm that are as good or better than the results Jono obtained with his kit lens, so Why spend the money on essentially the same focal range?

    Jono will you do a side by side comparison of the two lens to show us why you feel the 24-70 is a success?

    Thank you
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    'Trefethen Lobsters' - A7R 24-70/F4
    www.douglaswoodphotography.com
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    'Trefethen Lobsters' - A7R 24-70/F4
    Lovely Douglas . . . . Trefethen sounds decidedly Cornish!

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