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

    More from Tortola. Brown Boobies (No, not THOSE kind of boobies - these are members of the Pelican family.) A7II FE70-200.

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    " Drops "

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    Another night-time view from my walk around Spitalfields in London, on Friday. Must say I am beginning to like the FE24-70 - especially the OSS - with the A7r. This was shot at 1/40 and f4 and certainly in the centre is very sharp.

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    Beware of the Whitechapel Sna....

    Day is night and night is my day
    It's here I search for my prey

    I am armed with OSS and it keeps my hand steady
    That lens is marvellous so I’m always ready

    I can see YOU as I have an A7S
    You are on my screen looking your best

    But YOU won’t find me in the light
    As I always keep well out of sight

    Yes, beware I’m Louis the Snapper

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    A sculpture by the sea.

    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
    7s, Tokina ATX 90/2.5, The Hague

    Mr. Schierbeek was too kind to deliver an adapter for my Tokina. So, I thought it is fitting to post my first picture here of an appropriate subject (unfortunately, I do not know the name of the sculptor. ).

    Much obliged, Michiel!
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    ^^^"Light of the Moon" by Igor Mitoraj^^^
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    ^^^^ Barry, highly amusing - I'm definitely putting that on my Facebook wall! ^^^^

    I really like the layering effect you have in the Godrevey Lighthouse photograph above!
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    ^^^^ Barry, highly amusing - I'm definitely putting that on my Facebook wall! ^^^^

    I really like the layering effect you have in the Godrevey Lighthouse photograph above!
    Louis...I was a bit concerned that it was going to upset you...that wasn't my intention...Off for Sunday lunch now.
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    Thank you Vivek! My pleasure!

    Although the similitude of Louis with Jack the Ripper was a bit edgy, Barry

    From the tourist factory...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post

    From the tourist factory...
    Michiel:
    I really like the content of that first shot. Very full of interesting content from edge to edge. Excellent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Although the similitude of Louis with Jack the Ripper was a bit edgy, Barry
    Not really Michiel, Louis has certainly shot more poor innocent bystanders with his camera than JTR ever sliced up with his knife

    Your waterways do get a bit congested
    Looking back I find it hard to believe my friend’s wife swam 2km along those canals for charity...I think I would rather take my chances in the Thames

    Taken last night with the Sony 70-200mm FE all handheld at F4 with slow shutter speeds...Cheers Barry



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    A long hiatus from this thread, I finally got back my A7s from Kolari a couple of days ago. All excellent photos on this page, I have to catch up with all the previous excellent works that I missed. A few shots today and yesterday

    A7s.Mod + Biogon G 21 (a whole new lens on this camera)


    [c]An Abandoned House[/c]


    [c]Owl Cigar[/c]


    [c]Park Motel[/c]


    [c]CoffeeHouse[/c]


    [c]Daffodils[/c]


    [c]In the Shade[/c]


    [c]A Touch of Tulip[/c]


    [c]Texan Harley[/c]
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 Series Cameras( all of them)

    Kestrel, Virgin Gorda, 70-200 mm. Love this lens!

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    ^^^

    Lovely bird shots lately, Bill. That last one must have been quite close to give you that amount of background blur.
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    Michiel, Barry, Vivek - lovely photos!
    Barry - we've just arrived at Brane (between St Buryan and Sancreed). Happy to be Here again!

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    Thank you, Jono. . Sony should hurrry up with their new cam so that we can see you here with your pics again!

    Spring flowers.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    Ultraviolet capture (hacked A7).
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Michiel, Barry, Vivek - lovely photos!
    Barry - we've just arrived at Brane (between St Buryan and Sancreed). Happy to be Here again!
    Many thanks Jono...It's always good to be back in Cornwall
    Both Ron Pfister and myself are hoping to come over to St. Ives this Thursday. We decided to try one of your favourite days out that you mentioned earlier...St. Erth by train for lunch at Porthminster Beach etc...
    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/625821-post4194.html
    Who knows we might see you about as we stroll over to the Tate...Cheers Barry
    OT. My neighbour was born in St Buryan, I understand that she was a close neighbour to David Cornwell (John le Carré).
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    Couple more with the Sony A7 II + Rokinon 14mm f/2.8

    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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    Sony A7S + Zeiss FE Sonnar 35/2.8
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    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
    A7s, Sony FE 28/2, The Hague
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    That sounds a bit like a certain Beetles record




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    Took this one last summer and totally forgot to upload it to flickr until now. Great colors that night:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Many thanks Jono...It's always good to be back in Cornwall
    Both Ron Pfister and myself are hoping to come over to St. Ives this Thursday. We decided to try one of your favourite days out that you mentioned earlier...St. Erth by train for lunch at Porthminster Beach etc...
    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/625821-post4194.html
    Who knows we might see you about as we stroll over to the Tate...Cheers Barry
    OT. My neighbour was born in St Buryan, I understand that she was a close neighbour to David Cornwell (John le Carré).
    Hi Barry
    Ho - St Ives on Thursday eh? HO Hum . . . We're actually having a family lunch on Saturday at the Porthminster cafe . . . We're doing some cliff walks, and we thought we might walk along from Porthmeor towards Zennor - perhaps on Thursday. . . (I hope the weather's better than today - it was proper cornish drizzle, the type that looks like nothing and gets you completely drenched!)

    Thinks . . it'd be great to meet you both!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Thank you, Jono. . Sony should hurrry up with their new cam so that we can see you here with your pics again!
    Indeed Vivek . . but this time I've sold the lenses too

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggibson View Post
    Took this one last summer and totally forgot to upload it to flickr until now. Great colors that night:

    Baker beach! My favorite Bay Area beach. Great for dogs too!

    I was just there a couple of days ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Barry
    Ho - St Ives on Thursday eh? HO Hum . . . We're actually having a family lunch on Saturday at the Porthminster cafe . . . We're doing some cliff walks, and we thought we might walk along from Porthmeor towards Zennor - perhaps on Thursday. . . (I hope the weather's better than today - it was proper cornish drizzle, the type that looks like nothing and gets you completely drenched!)

    Thinks . . it'd be great to meet you both!
    Jono...Not to worry just a thought I had...We will keep an eye out for you at Porthmeor beach on your return from your walk, as the Tate is just across the road which we will be heading over to.
    I'm sure our paths will cross one day (In a good way )
    Enjoy your time down here and if it's still raining by the end of your holiday...please take the bad weather back with you to Norfolk...Cheers Barry
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Indeed Vivek . . but this time I've sold the lenses too
    No big loss. Adapters can be bought easily (if they are gone as well).
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    Quote Originally Posted by dandrewk View Post
    Baker beach! My favorite Bay Area beach. Great for dogs too!

    I was just there a couple of days ago.
    Oh, found one more from Baker Beach. This was taken awhile ago (). Sorry about the poor quality, it was hard to get a good image with my Contax II without a tripod. Plus, dust from some annoying nearby construction had coated the lens.

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    ^^ The bridge there just looks like two big diving boards. Must have been a while ago. I love these old shots from years ago to see how it all developed to what it is today.
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    Virgin Gorda. FE16-35.

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

    Rooftop views


    Cloudy Sunset by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr


    Rooftop Clouds by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr

    A7 II + 14mm F/2.8 @ F/8
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    With all this talk of the Sony 28/2, I was comparing the Minolta 28/2 prime with the Sony 16-35/4 at 28mm. A bunch of examples and crops can be found here, but I wanted to post a few examples from the Minolta.

    This one shows a very slight hard edge to the bokeh:



    and this is one just sharp:



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    Shooting directly into the Sun: Some may be disappointed in not getting a star shaped Sun because the rounded diaphram actually does it job pretty well.

    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
    A7s, Sony FE 28/2, f/9, ISO100, The Hague
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    Geese (against the Sun):

    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
    A7s, Sony FE 28/2, f/3.2

    No sign of onion rings (from the aspherics) in the OOF highlights!
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    Will auto focus quickly and accurately in the middle of the night.

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    A7s, Sony FE 28/2, ISO8000, f/2.2, 1/250s, The Hague
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    Gull (against the Sun).

    Taken this afternoon, A7R with 70-200mm FE at 135mm @ F8...This lens really shines at the 135mm focal length.
    This is a one image composite, stacked into two halves (ie. one image on top of the other...Total 2400x1600 pixels in Flickr)...Please click on LARGE links below for each half to see the detail.
    Just for a change I started out with a jpg and not a RAW file although I still processed the jpg through the Adobe Raw Converter.



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    Apologies for keeping showing Sony 70-200mm FE images here, as that is all I have been shooting this week, getting to know the lens.
    It’s a great lens just as Bill and others have said here before...I was put off initially because of one or two early bad reviews.

    Multilayered tone mapped, originally made from a jpg instead of a raw but still processed through ACR.
    This was taken at the 70mm end (handheld OSS on)...Still an amazing amount of detail can be seen in the LARGER link below...Cheers Barry



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

    Reef, Virgin Gorda, FE 70-200.
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    Had another lovely outing in Cornwall with Barry and his wife today. After a delicious lunch, we explored St. Ives photographically, enjoying a splendid spring afternoon. Many thanks again, Barry!

    I mostly used Barry's FE 70-200 on my A7R, and found it to be a very versatile lens (I've always felt that way about 70-200s on FF). It also handles and balances well on the A7R. Thanks for letting me try it, Barry!

    Here some samples:









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    And here a parting shot in colour:

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    Sony A7R + Nikon 58mm 1.2 @ f2

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    Ron, excellent ^^^
    Likewise we both had a good time also...Thanks for letting me try out your Sony A7II and the Zeiss ZF.2 100mm Macro lens...I liked both of them a ”LOT”
    Here are just a few from yesterday (I will post some more later on)...I was very happy just using the Zeiss 100mm Macro together with either the A7II and A7R.
    I think our eyes honed in on the same subjects as the three of us walked around St. Ives together.



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

    Saw-whet Owl outside my home this afternoon. A7r with Tamron 150-600 mm lens at about 450 mm. Handheld.

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    Bill I am guessing you are liking the a7II more than your a99...... You have been posting some excellent wildlife shots with that body

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    A7 + 50mm Summilux. I had the A7 for a little while after deciding that the A7R had too noisy a shutter, traded it in soon after though as I couldn't resist the lure of all those megapixels

    Going Home. Driving through Windsor Great Park one bleak December early evening.

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