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

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Saw-whet Owl outside my home this afternoon. A7r with Tamron 150-600 mm lens at about 450 mm. Handheld.

    I would like a print of this.

    Very nice, Bill!
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    ^^^ Bill, that is awesome! ^^^

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    The last hint of summer
    (I'm in Australia :P)
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    A few images from the Tate building at St. Ives (All A7II + ZF.2 Zeiss 100mm Macro) - Platinum toned



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    Auto focus! It works!

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    A7s, Sony FE 28/2, f/3.2, The Hague
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    ^^ Fantastic abstracts Barry. Also like the toning. It all fits together very well.
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    A7R + 58mm 1.2 @ f2. James Ave Miami

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    A7r Canon 100-400mm IS II 200mm @f11

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    Once again, excellent shots everyone!

    Another set around this town.

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

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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
    You're right, Jim. In fact I sold the a99 and use the a7r and a7II for all my travel and wildlife shooting. The a7r/II with the FE16-35, FE24-70 and FE70-200 make a very compact travel kit.

    I'm using the LAEA4 adapter for my Sigma Macro, 70-400G and Tamron 150-600. I may sell the 70-400G if the Tamron does well - I've only just acquired it and am still assessing it.

    I still prefer MF for landscapes, though!

    Thanks for your kind words,
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    Thank you Louis and Vivek - compliments from artists like yourselves are especially meaningful.
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    And now for something quite different....Georgian Bay (part of Lake Huron) is still frozen. a7rII 70-400G at 400 mm.

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    ^^ Fantastic abstracts Barry. Also like the toning. It all fits together very well.
    Thank you Pieter...Its amazing what you can do with just a bit of soft light some white walls and a radiator!


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    All, great work on this page so far. Very enjoyable viewing!
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    Reflected sunlight on Nicollet Mall
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    Voigtlander 12mm ƒ5.6 on Sony A7S
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    Quote Originally Posted by hiepphotog View Post
    Once again, excellent shots everyone!

    Another set around this town.

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    What adapter do you use?

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    Sydney Harbour Bridge






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    Quote Originally Posted by ken_vs_ryu View Post
    What adapter do you use?
    This one was converted to M-mount by Hawk's Factory. And I'm using his M to E adapter.

    Getting bored so I went out for a quick shoot. The M mountain was lit today. The moon was just above the mountain outside of the frame.

    A7s.Mod + ZM 15 @ WO (have never thought of this possible before)


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    Big blocks on the pier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Big blocks on the pier.

    You must have some seriously strong Scrabble players in your neck of the woods!
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    Replica (fake) of a coin long out of circulation (from: Chola dynasty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia). The real (silver) one is in the background.

    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
    A7s, Sony FE 28/2, 26mm extension tubes, ISO100, f/13, a bit of light
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    Hi Vivek
    Thanks for the link on the Cholan Empire. It is amazing how western history limits the Indian sub continent to the invasion of the northeastern part by Alexander the Great. This gold coin is on top of a silver coin? Can you please photograph the silver coin? Thank Paul

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    Hi Paul, Trust me, I photographed the gold one (actual replica) for you though the real Silver (all actual sizes) is my treasure.

    When I was a kid, one summer holiday, I was in to coin collection. My mother sent me to an old family friend who was a metal worker by trade and he gave me a fistful of coins (just like that!). It took me a long time figure out where this coin came from.

    There are some very nice pics on the web of cleaned coins. My sample (I will try) will not look all that great and I do not want to clean it.
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    BTW, let me add one finding here. Unlike the regular SLR lenses, reversing (it is possible and easy) this lens (Sony FE 28/2) does not offer any advantages.

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    Fat pixels, an Elmar 50 and the Voigtlander close-focus adapter.

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    "Testing" the Contax Zeiss 35-70 on the A7

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    A7 + R 21-35:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    You're right, Jim. In fact I sold the a99 and use the a7r and a7II for all my travel and wildlife shooting. The a7r/II with the FE16-35, FE24-70 and FE70-200 make a very compact travel kit.

    I'm using the LAEA4 adapter for my Sigma Macro, 70-400G and Tamron 150-600. I may sell the 70-400G if the Tamron does well - I've only just acquired it and am still assessing it.

    I still prefer MF for landscapes, though!

    Thanks for your kind words,
    Bill
    Bill your pelican shots sold me on the A7II's autofocus capabilities. I have not yet jumped on the A7x train but fully expect to seriously look at the very next generation of these. I have been seeing some excellent pics from the new version 15mm III m mount lens, the 16-35mm, the 55mm FE, and the 70-200mm but were all stills and mostly the a7II and a7r (there is something about the a7s images that I just can't warm up to). Yours were the first BIF shots I have seen where it would rival the a99 or even the a77mkII, which I own both. I also still own the 70-400mm G1 and the Tamron 150-600mm and use the 150-600 on the a77mkII and the 70-400 on the a99.

    It will be hard to walk away from all my A mounts being as I have over 22 A mount lenses but I also have nearly a dozen apc E mount lenses that would have little use if I go to the E mount full frames. I am not much of a EBAY seller in fact I have only bought and never sold there but it may come down to that as I see little need to run 3 separate systems if one can do them all.

    See what you have gone and done with those BIF pics Decisions decisions and they all cost money and time...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DE View Post
    It will be hard to walk away from all my A mounts being as I have over 22 A mount lenses but I also have nearly a dozen apc E mount lenses that would have little use if I go to the E mount full frames. I am not much of a EBAY seller in fact I have only bought and never sold there but it may come down to that as I see little need to run 3 separate systems if one can do them all.
    Jim:
    I am also an A and E mount owner (currently A-850 and A7S owner and former NEX 5N and A7R owner). I also do not sell on ebay (but do ocasionally buy there). If you have stuff that you can't find a buyer for on GetDPI then I recommend selling your A/E mount Minolta/Sony stuff on Dyxum. They have the largest group on Minolta/Sony users that I know of. I always make sure I honestly represent the item for sale and sell at a discount relative to actual sales on ebay (not buy it now prices which can be ridiculous) to make it worth the buyer's while. That way I can sell pretty quickly for in-demand items. The only caveat is if you're a new member you have a waiting period to participate.
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    Jaree, Very nice (NY library)!
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    This accessory does not need any introduction. The lens was a 1955 Elmar.

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    A7r, Elmar 5cm f/3.5, Elpik 2, a bit of light

    I also have the very famous NOOKY close-up accessory somewhere. Can't find it now.
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    ^^ I've got a 3.5 elmar 5 cm that my father bought new in 1949, still a great and very usable lens

    Never got one of those close-up lenses though and as intended originally they were not very easy to use. The coupled rangefinder didn't work anymore at shorter distances, so you would have to do your measurements from a printed table to get the right sharpness for a certain distance.
    Nice shot with the flowers, but I bet these days the focusing with a mirrorless digital camera is a whole lot easier then the way it had to be done in the 50's.

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    Actually, Leica had it all figured out and offered excellent accessories for focusing even before they came up with a rangefinder. It was real live view with those (I have one of those as well. Will post a picture when I find it.). Leica was a very very technically oriented company.

    When one took care of reciprocity factors, even exposure was not that difficult then. Only there weren't color films readily available and those monochrome films had very limited DR.

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    Yes, if you find some stuff I'd be interested to see pictures. I've got some old books that describe that equipment (like the spider legs) but I've never actually seen it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DE View Post
    Bill your pelican shots sold me on the A7II's autofocus capabilities. I have not yet jumped on the A7x train but fully expect to seriously look at the very next generation of these. I have been seeing some excellent pics from the new version 15mm III m mount lens, the 16-35mm, the 55mm FE, and the 70-200mm but were all stills and mostly the a7II and a7r (there is something about the a7s images that I just can't warm up to). Yours were the first BIF shots I have seen where it would rival the a99 or even the a77mkII, which I own both. I also still own the 70-400mm G1 and the Tamron 150-600mm and use the 150-600 on the a77mkII and the 70-400 on the a99.

    It will be hard to walk away from all my A mounts being as I have over 22 A mount lenses but I also have nearly a dozen apc E mount lenses that would have little use if I go to the E mount full frames. I am not much of a EBAY seller in fact I have only bought and never sold there but it may come down to that as I see little need to run 3 separate systems if one can do them all.

    See what you have gone and done with those BIF pics Decisions decisions and they all cost money and time...
    Jim, with the LAEA4 adapter you can keep all your A mount lenses. As I mentioned, I still have three and use them frequently. The only caveat is that you may have to apply some AF micro adjustment if you use AF (I do, especially for BIF!). My 70-400 needed no adjustment but the Tamron needed -12 on the a7II.

    It was hard parting with my a99 but there's no point in having multiple systems if a bunch of them sit in the closet.

    Incidentally, I have bought and sold extensively on eBay and have had only one bad experience in over 120 transactions - and that one was covered by PayPal.

    Cheers,
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    I guess I should sell some of it... I still have my Minolta A1, 7D, a33, a77, a77II, a99, a Stellar, DP2m, and a few others in digitals: not to mention my film stuff


    I have the A-E adapter that I got when I was using the original Nex5.... sadly I have only used it a few times because I think if I am using a A mount lens it just feels better on a A mount body. Think I would feel the same with any of the a7x bodies and a A mount lens with their adapter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Jaree, Very nice (NY library)!
    Thanks Vivek!

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    Another from Tortola BVI. a7II FE 70-200 at 200 mm.

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    Some wide-field astrophotography with the A7II and 24mm Elmarit-R on a Metabones adapter.


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    "Portrait" and candid with 90mm Summicron-R:


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    Landscapes with 24mm Elmarit-R:


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    Love the aerial perspective demonstrated in this shot (yes I'm a traditional artist, too (or at least I try to be sometimes)). It's very layered. Love it!


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

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    I loved the Contax 28mm when I had it (I was shooting film Contaxes there for a while). I also had the 35-70mm, but had moved on to shooting a Hasselblad most of the time, and never really shot it much. I sold it all. Now that I have an A7II, I really wish I had those lenses back!


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    So I got myself an A7 and adapter (!!!!!) and went out shooting this morning, 1st Contax 28 f2.8, rest Contax 35-70 f3.5....















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    Undeveloped one from last year in Naples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Love the aerial perspective demonstrated in this shot (yes I'm a traditional artist, too (or at least I try to be sometimes)). It's very layered. Love it!
    Many thanks Mike ...Another one from the same location but this time in color looking in the other direction...Cheers Barry




    Edit: Very nice Michiel ^^^ I know it's subjective but for my own personal taste I like seeing some of your less developed images (not necessarily all) without that added 81EF style filtration (Pseudo warmth process look).
    It kind of kills all the blues in the image for my taste...just saying, no offense meant...Cheers Barry
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    A7R + FE55 1.8. A couple from this time last year when all was new

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    Flower Clock, Queen's Gallery, Buck House, London
    A7R+Loxia 35/2

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


    Early Spring by unoh7, A7.mod, Leitz 400/6.8
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