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    Just finished changing the rear standard on my Cambo Actus to the wide angle (ACB-310) replacement that allows use of wide angle LF lenses. Thanks to a well illustrated tutorial courtesy of Steve at CI I was able to complete the change over with a minimum of hair pulling and cussing. Sounds at first like a trivial task - just remove one small set screw from the standard remove existing standard and replace. The gotcha is that there is a small ball bearing hiding underneath that is seated on a spring that will fly out when the pressure is released. Worst part is trying to hold the greasy little ball in place when putting on the new standard. the good thing is that I can now achieve infinity focus with my wide angle lenses. The bad part is that if I want to use longer lenses and/or have the ability to rotate the A7r for portrait orientation I will have to suffer through another change over because the wide angle standard has a fixed bellows and there is no option for rotating the camera. Just tried a couple of indoor quick tests with a Rodenstock 45mm APO-Grandagon to check tilt angle and DOF. Works well and as soon as it warms up a few degrees I'll get back outside and try some landscapes. The small images below link to the full size originals.



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    A7S and SEL70200G
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    "Sunset With Photographer"




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    Apologies for the unimaginative title...Another cyclist shot following Vivek's and Michiel's.



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    Ah, Barry, If I'm not mistaken that's the Roald Dahl's Plass in Cardiff. It's been more than 6 years since I've been there (just looked at the pictures I took then). Since no A7 existed at that time I'll insert one from it's grandfather, the A700

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Ah, Barry, If I'm not mistaken that's the Roald Dahl's Plass in Cardiff. It's been more than 6 years since I've been there (just looked at the pictures I took then). Since no A7 existed at that time I'll insert one from it's grandfather, the A700

    That's the very one (I have some night shots as well!)...Great shot Pieter
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    A first attempt at focus stacking. I could not get PS to use the sharp parts of some images, so ended up blending two frames by hand. My God, there is a lot of dust visible at f/16!

    A7II with Pentax 645 120mm/4 Macro at about 1.2:1.



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    Spring!

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    Another attempt. A new set of captures, this time processed with Helicon. I downloaded both Helicon and Zerene. I got better out of the box results with Helicon, but I'm sure either would do.

    There is always the artistic question of how much to have in focus. Still experimenting! Again, A7II with Pentax 645 120/4 macro.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Spring!

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    Amazing! You have spring flowers popping up and we are facing an impending blizzard.
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    Sorry about that, Carl. I just the read the news on blizzard warning. Hope you all keep safe there!

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    Two feet off the ground - A7s CV 21/1.8

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    Still haven't been able to get out to shoot with the Actus because of bad weather, but here is another indoor shot with the A7r + Actus + Rodenstock 45mm f/4.5 APO-Grandagon. Six shots stitched with AutoPano Pro 3.7. B&W conversion in Tonality Pro LR plugin. Click image for original (69 MP).

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    Platinum toned, taken in Somerset.



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    ^^^^^^^^^

    Excellent, Barry! And if someone told me I could only use one lens on my a7r, the FE 55 would be it, hands down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    ^^^^^^^^^

    Excellent, Barry! And if someone told me I could only use one lens on my a7r, the FE 55 would be it, hands down.
    Thank you Doug...Like you I love this lens...Lets hope the new Sony releases shine like this one does.
    I see that you got yourself the 16-35mm in the end...I hope you are enjoying it. It partners very well with the 55mm as a nice lightweight travel lens kit.
    Your 35mm Sigma Art replaces very nicely the weaker end of the 16-35mm
    It's late here so must get some sleep now :sleep006: :sleep006: :sleep006:
    Chat later cheers Barry

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    Thank you Doug...Like you I love this lens...Lets hope the new Sony releases shine like this one does.
    I see that you got yourself the 16-35mm in the end...I hope you are enjoying it. It partners very well with the 55mm as a nice lightweight travel lens kit.
    Your 35mm Sigma Art replaces very nicely the weaker end of the 16-35mm
    It's late here so must get some sleep now :sleep006: :sleep006: :sleep006:
    Chat later cheers Barry
    The 16-35 is a recent purchase and I still need to shoot with it a bit more but so far, so good. I really like the Sigma. I'm sure most folks don't care for the size of it, but that doesn't bother me. Nothing puts a smile on my face like the 55 though. It's special. Talk soon.

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    Checking out a new light (A7r, Color Yashinon 40/1.7).

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    Playing with stacking (Zerene Stacker). A7 and 100mm Apo-Macro

    Same at 1:1 with Elpro

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    Beware, Wet Paint

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    Greetings from Super Blizzard Juno (aka oh my aching back)

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    [QUOTE=jfirneno;623028]Greetings from Super Blizzard Juno (aka oh my aching back)

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    You take CARE of that back, John, and of the heart that's connected with it! Snow shoveling can be unexpectedly dangerous!

    Nice picture, though

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    Greetings from Super Blizzard Juno (aka oh my aching back)

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    You take CARE of that back, John, and of the heart that's connected with it! Snow shoveling can be unexpectedly dangerous!

    Nice picture, though

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    Thanks Irenaeus:

    You're right snow shovelling is considered a heart-risky activity but two things are in my favor:

    1) This snow, although 30 inches deep was very dry and therefore relatively light.
    2) After thirty years of living with the frozen hell that is New England winter I consider death by heart attack anytime before February as a net positive.

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    These two guys had been fishing all day in the bitter cold wind...I quickly took my snap and hurried back to Padstow for a hot coffee to warm myself up.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    .....hurried back to Padstow.....
    Barry - That's Polzeath beach surely?

    [BTW; I'm resigned to you torturing me with pictures of Cornwall ..........].

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris C View Post
    Barry - That's Polzeath beach surely?

    [BTW; I'm resigned to you torturing me with pictures of Cornwall ..........].

    .............. Chris
    Hi Chris....It was taken just outside of Padstow town on the otherside of the memorial at the top of the hill going out towards Hawkers Cove...The Rumps are on the right in the far distance and Stepper Point on the left hand side....Polzeath and New Polzeath (and Daymer beach) would be towards you on the right hand side but are just out of shot.
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    .... towards Hawkers Cove...The Rumps.. right.... Stepper Point.. left.....
    Barry - Thanks. Not to be taken personally; but your 'Rumps' are my 'Pentire Headland'.

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    2) After thirty years of living with the frozen hell that is New England winter I consider death by heart attack anytime before February as a net positive.

    You know it!

    I lived in Boston for 3 winters and you've just made me actually laugh out loud!!

    Many cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irenaeus View Post
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    I lived in Boston for 3 winters and you've just made me actually laugh out loud!!
    I'm very glad to hear it. Humor is the art form closest to my temperment.

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    'incoming tide, study 2' - a7r / Zeiss Distagon 21

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    Ye Olde A7r with the Voightlander 35mm Nokton Asph. II

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    Light over St Genny's

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    Taken this afternoon...It was bitterly cold and the wind was so strong I could hardly stand up!



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    Quentin,

    +1 on your success with many different "looks". Getting one is difficult enough!

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    Took my recently acquired A7s and CZ 24-70 out for a bit of a thrashing last night at a nearby club my son's band was playing.

    The lead singer is a bit of a character. I must say I am impressed at how well the camera performed. For the entire evening I left the lens at f4 and was mostly working at iso10000-12800. Results are quite usable.





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    Nice shots Louis! I lust for the A7s.

    Did you use any de-noising in post? If so, which application?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dandrewk View Post
    Nice shots Louis! I lust for the A7s.

    Did you use any de-noising in post? If so, which application?
    Thanks. No these are basically straight out of the camera into LR. Imho, the A7s needs very little post processing - or at least, I like the look of the captures straight out of the camera.

    I did not bother with noise reduction because the lighting (as you can see) is all over the place.

    I did crop all three reducing the portraits to a 6x7 ratio and cropping the landscape photograph to exclude extraneous areas.

    I am planning on writing a review of the camera and my experiences when I get the time.

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    +1 on your success with many different "looks". Getting one is difficult enough!

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    Taken this afternoon...It was bitterly cold and the wind was so strong I could hardly stand up!
    Barry, I think that wind was a "gift" from those of us here in the New England area. We had a nasty storm a couple days ago: 24" of snow and 24+ hours of 40-50 mph gusts. Blizzard conditions. Sorry about that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    Barry, I think that wind was a "gift" from those of us here in the New England area. We had a nasty storm a couple days ago: 24" of snow and 24+ hours of 40-50 mph gusts. Blizzard conditions. Sorry about that.
    Some "gift", thanks a lot Doug Now I know who to blame!
    You can now send me your 21mm Distagon as "by way of gift" to patch things up between us
    You obviously had it worse (A bit of a understatement) as we only had hale-stones but we did have a bitterly cold wind up on the cliffs that I could barely stand up in.
    The snow obviously went to some other poor undeserving soul up in Scotland

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Some "gift", thanks a lot Doug Now I know who to blame!
    You can now send me your 21mm Distagon as "by way of gift" to patch things up between us
    You obviously had it worse (A bit of a understatement) as we only had hale-stones but we did have a bitterly cold wind up on the cliffs that I could barely stand up in.
    The snow obviously went to some other poor undeserving soul up in Scotland
    Yeah, I'll send the Zeiss right over

    Tell the folks in Scotland that I'm sorry about the snow too.
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    Snow storm in NYC was a total bust, though a few miles East in LI they got hit hard.

    In any event, my wife after her yoga class tonight
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    Just north of Amsterdam

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    A visitor to my home today. a7II, FE 24-70 at 70mm.

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    Another shot using the FE70-200. The second view is at 100%. (Looks sharper on my Retina display).



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