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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    I have not even started to scratch the potential of this camera. There is a lot of magic to be captured.
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    I feel the same way. Unless I need to shoot football games or post giant landscape prints, the A7S will allow me to do anything I want to with a camera. I love the files. Auto-focus is its weak point but I'm becoming very good at working around that. I love this camera.
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    Just as you guys love your A7S cameras I really like the 16-35mm FE lens, it’s just great for doing both landscapes and close up work IMHO.
    Despite being 6ft 1ins tall I just couldn’t see properly over the top of this plant...I just took pot chance with the AF working out for me and dangled the camera over the top of the plant.
    Considering I was shooting at arms reach one handed and wide open at F4 and so close to the leaves, I was amazed just how sharp it came out in the end...Please click on “LARGER” link below to see the detail.



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    Quote Originally Posted by frozenbb View Post
    I've been wanting to pick up an A7s as well, though I think I'll wait until one dips below $1500 usd on the used market. Shouldn't be long now.
    There is a good chance that you might not want to use any other A7 cams after using the A7s. Be warned!

    Quote Originally Posted by jfirneno View Post
    Vivek:

    I feel the same way. Unless I need to shoot football games or post giant landscape prints, the A7S will allow me to do anything I want to with a camera. I love the files. Auto-focus is its weak point but I'm becoming very good at working around that. I love this camera.
    The AF is faster than the A7r or A7 for me. BTW, if you fix the WB in the cam, you can avoid some delays. AWB causes major hiccups.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    The AF is faster than the A7r or A7 for me. BTW, if you fix the WB in the cam, you can avoid some delays. AWB causes major hiccups.
    Hello Vivek:

    I am interested in your statement about AWB. What specifically needs to be done to the AWB and how does it impact auto-focus?
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    Here are two more (windy) shots from earlier this year in the desert. I've been rather uninspired locally as of late.


    Morning tracks.




    Evening Tracks.


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    Tom, for an uninspired person I find your shots rather beautiful

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    Thank you, Michiel.

    We've had an exceptionally beautiful spring in Vancouver, but for some reason I haven't felt like trying to capture it. Whereas during a trip to the desert earlier this year, I saw photographic opportunities around every corner, but didn't have much time...

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    Incidentally, what is the function of the ship in your latest photo? I've never seen one like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frozenbb View Post
    Incidentally, what is the function of the ship in your latest photo? I've never seen one like it.
    Nice images Tom...I'm sure Michiel finds you an inspired person as I do

    You were inspired to ask...It's an FPSO
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    Just as you guys love your A7S cameras I really like the 16-35mm FE lens, itís just great for doing both landscapes and close up work IMHO.
    Hi Barry, I must say that I am getting more interested in this lens seeing yours and others work on here, well done.

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    Thank you Alan...I think Zeiss did a really good job with this lens...I'm not saying it's a macro lens or anything like it!...But it's certainly pretty versatile in what can be achieved with it...I like to travel light not to many lenses but this is mostly included in my bag for a day out...I think Werner was probably one of the first to get this lens...he recommended it to me and I am very glad he did
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    Quote Originally Posted by frozenbb View Post
    Incidentally, what is the function of the ship in your latest photo? I've never seen one like it.
    As you may have seen in Wikipedia it is a ship for the offshore oil and gas industry. That part of the harbour in Rotterdam is full of it.

    Here's another one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georg Baumann View Post
    Nice!

    So how does that work for you? You need to use an adapter LAE4 or so to mount it on the A7II, right? I am pondering how this would work for animal photography in conjunction with a A6000. With crop factor 1.5 this is an enormous reach, and the speedy burst mode might just help to get those shots.

    Do you find build quality acceptable?
    Thanks Georg,

    The Tamron build quality is excellent, tight but easily zoomed & focussed. It's very sharp up to 500 mm then gets a bit soft, but nothing a little extra sharpening in C1 can't handle.

    This is the second sample - the first one had an electronic glitch and could only be focussed manually, so I had to send it back to the dealer. (Tamron gives an 8 yr warranty in Canada.)

    I used to have the 70-400 G which was very sharp; I didn't sell it until I'd used the Tamron for a week or two. It had a slightly larger aperture but with today's clean high-ISO cameras I'm not concerned, and in any case I usually need the DOF.

    I do use the LAEA4 adapter and found I needed to dial in -12 points of lens micro adjustment for the autofocus to be spot on. I also find the battery grip for the a7II very helpful in hand-holding the lens, though I tend to use it on a tripod - it's just too heavy to hold for long!

    It's a good lens and much easier to lug around than the 500 mm f4 Canon I once had!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    How does the whole frame look like? Are the corners mushy?
    The corners look very good. Here's the top right corner (no worse than expected with this lens on an M I think). Bottom right is too much in the foreground to evaluate correctly.
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    Anil, Thanks!

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    Thanks a lot for this Bill! I too have the 70-400 G, and so far I look at it as the very best zoom I ever had, but this Tamron is certainly very very tempting. I have no idea about the micro adjustment thing, is there a procedure that you follow to find the right settings or was this trial and error?

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    Thanks Georg,

    The Tamron build quality is excellent, tight but easily zoomed & focussed. It's very sharp up to 500 mm then gets a bit soft, but nothing a little extra sharpening in C1 can't handle.

    This is the second sample - the first one had an electronic glitch and could only be focussed manually, so I had to send it back to the dealer. (Tamron gives an 8 yr warranty in Canada.)

    I used to have the 70-400 G which was very sharp; I didn't sell it until I'd used the Tamron for a week or two. It had a slightly larger aperture but with today's clean high-ISO cameras I'm not concerned, and in any case I usually need the DOF.

    I do use the LAEA4 adapter and found I needed to dial in -12 points of lens micro adjustment for the autofocus to be spot on. I also find the battery grip for the a7II very helpful in hand-holding the lens, though I tend to use it on a tripod - it's just too heavy to hold for long!

    It's a good lens and much easier to lug around than the 500 mm f4 Canon I once had!

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    Trinity church in Boston : 24mm TSE and A7r



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    These ar wonderful Mike. I like the carefull framing of the second even more.

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    Thank you Michiel. I think that is the best I got of the full space.
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    Taken this afternoon over in Salcombe, Devon.



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    Leaving Mom's Shadow.


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    Taking a class in local waterway photography. It's spring!



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    Marsh Marigold (Caltha palustris), Ultraviolet capture.

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    This looks very different because of the light.

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    Taken this afternoon over in Salcombe, Devon.
    Nice to see the bay of this lovely town again. I have fond memories of this place. Had a lovely Italien birthday dinner as well there at the time.

    Another one more close up at with less blown highlights

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    Plum (P. domestica) flowers in Ultraviolet. Spring appears to be over already and there has been a sudden change from winter to summer.

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    ^^^ I always love your harbour shots - such a mass of steel, light, and color!
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    Dog Leg's of the East End, Revisited (Brick Lane, Sclater Street and Cheshire Street).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georg Baumann View Post
    Thanks a lot for this Bill! I too have the 70-400 G, and so far I look at it as the very best zoom I ever had, but this Tamron is certainly very very tempting. I have no idea about the micro adjustment thing, is there a procedure that you follow to find the right settings or was this trial and error?

    Georg, I just set the camera on a tripod and focus on something with fine detail at about the distance I would normally expect to use the lens. I then take several shots on each side of "0" micro adjustment - generally +5,+10 and + 15, then -5,-10 and - 15. Examine them at 100% and you quickly see whether you need a plus or minus adjustment.

    In my case, the - 10 and -15 were equally sharper than "0" so I zeroed in between with -11, -12, -13 and - 14. I found -12 to be the sharpest on my a7II.
    The only lesson I've learned is that a bird about 5 metres away at 600mm has NO dof until about F11! I've got a lot of birds with sharp eyes and blurred beaks, or with the fox, sharp eyes but soft ears!
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    Got a new post up at Steve Huff. Covered the MotoGP Red Bull American Grand Prix race weekend out at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, TX. Lot's of fun.

    The 2015 Moto GP with the Sony A7II by Chad Wadsworth | STEVE HUFF PHOTOS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Georg, I just set the camera on a tripod and focus on something with fine detail at about the distance I would normally expect to use the lens. I then take several shots on each side of "0" micro adjustment - generally +5,+10 and + 15, then -5,-10 and - 15. Examine them at 100% and you quickly see whether you need a plus or minus adjustment.

    In my case, the - 10 and -15 were equally sharper than "0" so I zeroed in between with -11, -12, -13 and - 14. I found -12 to be the sharpest on my a7II.
    The only lesson I've learned is that a bird about 5 metres away at 600mm has NO dof until about F11! I've got a lot of birds with sharp eyes and blurred beaks, or with the fox, sharp eyes but soft ears!
    Understood, thanks a lot Bill!

    I shot with a Zuiko 90-250mm f/2.8 for a while, translating into a 180-500mm on 4/3. Pretty large hunk of glass but a superb performer. At around F8 beaks and eyes were sharp.

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    Spring evening.

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    Indecision.


    Apologies for sloppy focus. =)
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    Great photos above ... spring is only just getting going here in New England.

    The ice has finally gone though (24mm TSE)



    Some bulbs are coming up (Scilla), but no Magnolias yet (24mm TSE heavily corrected for vertical)



    Beautiful texture on old Beech (Mamiya A 150mm/2.8)

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    Taken over in Dartmoor, Devon.




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    Long time no se... anyway some pic from Sri Lanka / India trip - All A7r - 55 1.8 / 16-35 f/4
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    Caltha palustris again, now in visible light.

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    Rich by unoh7, A7.mod Canon FL 55/1.2

    I think I paid 110USD for this lens
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    Photographer and tripod, in bloom.






    Arm's Length.

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    Tom beautiful shots!
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    Thanks Dave!

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    Smoke from a village illuminated by strong sunlight on a mountain slope. A7R w/70-400G. I think I might bring along this lens for my next trip.

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    Did getdpi get rid of the whole liking bussines?

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    It's gone...but like your shot , Michiel as lots of others

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    uhm may be not a bad idea.
    We can make an effort to give a comment again if we really like something. Or not

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

    Michiel, I want to start a rumor that Bob is working on adding a horizon option to put Pegelli out of business.

    (The site is getting revamped, check this: "Likes" are gone)

    Also, it is not Barry's large pictures that are slowing down the page.
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