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    ^^^ Great fox photographs! ^^^
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    [QUOTE=Vivek;622791]Spring!

    Thanks so very much for posting this Vivek ~ it makes me very happy to see them and reminds me of the first luscious spring I'd had after three years with the Marines in a stateside, semi-arid landscape. I'd returned to my native Ohio and stumbled into an intensely fascinating close encounter with a small clump of crocuses. I really wanted to remember them and the occasion, didn't own a camera, and only wanted to find the words to do them justice. I hope I'm not hijacking the thread, and it's not all that much, but this is what I came up with:

    purple crocus flames
    in struck green candelabra
    set in harsh brown brittle leaf
    and fragrant loam

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    "Hard/Soft II"

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    Because of increasingly serious tendinitis, I'm having to give up my heavier Nikon bodies and move to a lighter camera.

    I want to pull the trigger and buy the Sony Alpha a7ii, but I also have about $2500 invested in the Nikon SU-800, three SB-910s, and four Radio Popper wireless transmitters that I use with the Nikon D7000s.

    My question is, will the SU-800 (thus, everything else) work with the Alpha a7ii, or do I have to invest in a whole new lighting/wireless setup?

    I couldn't ask at Nikon, since I'm dumping their cameras, and the Sony website is the least customer friendly of any I've seen. B&H Photo didn't know, so I'll have to ask where I can.

    If this is not an appropriate question, or you can suggest a better place to post it, please delete and suggest an alternative. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beban View Post
    Because of increasingly serious tendinitis, I'm having to give up my heavier Nikon bodies and move to a lighter camera.

    I want to pull the trigger and buy the Sony Alpha a7ii, but I also have about $2500 invested in the Nikon SU-800, three SB-910s, and four Radio Popper wireless transmitters that I use with the Nikon D7000s.

    My question is, will the SU-800 (thus, everything else) work with the Alpha a7ii, or do I have to invest in a whole new lighting/wireless setup?

    I couldn't ask at Nikon, since I'm dumping their cameras, and the Sony website is the least customer friendly of any I've seen. B&H Photo didn't know, so I'll have to ask where I can.

    If this is not an appropriate question, or you can suggest a better place to post it, please delete and suggest an alternative. Thank you.
    Hi, Unfortunately, you will have to dump all the Nikon flashes and accs. Your best option is with a Phottix Mitros + and additional flashes that work with radio contact than optical communication (better). There are other possibilities and are discussed in separate threads (scroll down this page). Luckily, in my case, I only had a SB800 and few SB-24s and SB-14s (these are manual only variety). This is a key aspect when switching systems but unfortunately not discussed often as lenses although they can be quite costly on their own.

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

    Unfortunately switching camera systems still means switching flash systems today. You can use a Nikon flash on camera in "auto" mode which works surprisingly well but that's about it unless you want to use the flashes manually. I have have used an old SB-28 on my A7r in "auto" mode at a party with surprising good results.
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    Just a neighbourhood I walked into in the north of Amsterdam.



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    Few with Sony A7r and various lenses






    Here is few with A7II




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    A bit of table top photography for a change.




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    I am beginning to like this weird little camera - Sony A7s - it really shines with primes like the m-summicron 35/2.

    Only problem with this photograph is that now I am obsessing about getting some beigels but I can't get there until tomorrow.

    You can see the full exif on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by absolutic View Post
    Few with Sony A7r and various lenses
    Hello Absolutic:

    Perfect angle. Excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfirneno View Post
    Hello Absolutic:

    Perfect angle. Excellent.

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    thank you for kind words! if anyone is interested this was shot with Canon 135L lens with manual focus

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    What a pleasure it is to take my A7 and FE 16-35 out for a walk.

    The combination is as light, more reliable and more versatile than my old standard of a Digital Leica and the WATE.

    I never really expected that.

    Best,

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    Quote Originally Posted by absolutic View Post
    thank you for kind words! if anyone is interested this was shot with Canon 135L lens with manual focus
    Manual focus often is the way to go with those kind of shots. I use a 200mm macro on a monopod and manual focus is almost the only way to get the shot sometimes. In fact sometimes I focus by moving the lens. Did you shoot this handheld, monopod or tripod?

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    'winter sunset at Sebago lake' - a7r / Sigma 35 Art

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    "Yes but will it run the latest Photoshop?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    I am beginning to like this weird little camera - Sony A7s - it really shines with primes like the m-summicron 35/2
    I agree and think the printed images from the A7S are even better than viewing them on the screen. There is a fantastic look to them that blows me away every time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slingers View Post
    I agree and think the printed images from the A7S are even better than viewing them on the screen. There is a fantastic look to them that blows me away every time.
    I must try to get some prints done. At present I am still playing. I particularly like the fact that it does darkness so well.

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    "Need a light" is certainly deserving of a print. The lighting and mood are excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMaher View Post
    "Need a light" is certainly deserving of a print. The lighting and mood are excellent.

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    Thanks, Jim. And believe it or else that is pretty much straight out of the camera with a small amount of selective lighting around the group using Viveza.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4season View Post
    "Yes but will it run the latest Photoshop?"
    aaahhhg, shiver.
    I used to repair these back in the day when I was an Apple tech.
    The memories this brings back!
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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    I must try to get some prints done. At present I am still playing. I particularly like the fact that it does darkness so well.

    "Need a light?"



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    Just warming up. Bryce Canyon 16-35 snapshot

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    Mitikon 50mm can do landscapes . 5.6 handheld

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    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfirneno View Post
    Manual focus often is the way to go with those kind of shots. I use a 200mm macro on a monopod and manual focus is almost the only way to get the shot sometimes. In fact sometimes I focus by moving the lens. Did you shoot this handheld, monopod or tripod?

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    Handheld as I tried to keep my shutter speed high. Manual focus because A7r+ adapter + any Canon EF lens, autofocus is a joke for these types of shots.

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    Brown architecture.

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    Bryce at dawn with special guest Bryan: A7II 16-35/4



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    Minolta 200mm . Garden Of Eden, Arches national Park

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    Bryce Canyon with Canon 24mm TSE

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    Great picture Guy, from the Garden of Eden!

    Yesterday I went out to get some fresh air as well.

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    ^^^Excellent image Michiel ^^^ + I really do like Guy's "Garden of Eden".

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    ?

    First, the obligatory "this looks much sharper on my monitor". But that's ok, as it's a comparison. These are details of this straight OOC image


    That's with the A7II and the Leica 50 Cron. How does it do compared with the SK 60 XL - a famously sharp tech camera lens - on an IQ140? I scaled each image about 8% (IQ140 down, A7II up) to the same angle of view per pixel. The comparison?



    I was NOT expecting that. Maybe the files will handle processing differently, but they're starting in the same place.

    Oh, the IQ140 was on an Arca cube on a big tripod. The A7II was hand held

    Hmmmm...

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    hazy air?

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    A bit. Mostly flat light and distance. During the 30 seconds of direct sun, the distant bits showed up nicely.

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    Sunrise pano at Bryce

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    Morning shot over Green River Canyon



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    Another of the Corus steel plant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Another of the Corus steel plant
    Michiel, isn't it TATA's nowadays ?

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    Yes you're right but for me it is still "Hoogovens"
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    anybody take those trails down into bryce? pretty cool down there

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    Keep in mind it's probably about zero degrees there... in the sun. Get down into the canyon and you better be dressed for the arctic.

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    Not quite Bryce Canyon - but it was the best I could do within the few blocks from my house before the snow started to fall today.

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    3 shot Pano with A7r and ZA 85mm 1.4 lens.

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    Guy- Canyonlands?

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    Yes the end of the road at Mesa Arch
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    I need to reprocess these when I get on big screen but I am working them in a creative way more so than a technical one.
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    Waiting for the sun to drop in and i have a bunch after this frame waiting on the end of the day but I kind of liked this one along the way. This scene framing for pretty much all of us called for about a 50mm focal length and all I had was the Mitikon so I did most of it with it than Matt had his Leica 50 cron so I shot a bunch with it also than did a compare and I will get to that later but the Cron is outstanding but the Mit was very close to it and did a very nice job of trying to be something its not designed for.

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