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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    This is the most colorful shot I could come up with today.

    I think the capabilities of the A7 and Leica 50mm Summicron-R (at f2.8) really shine through in this photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaree View Post
    This was the only brand I could find for Mamiya 645 to Sony Nex - if someone knows of an alternate, please let me know.
    I too am interested in Mamiya 645 adapters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    I think the capabilities of the A7 and Leica 50mm Summicron-R (at f2.8) really shine through in this photo.

    VERY good! Which adapter you are using, please?

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Hi Zoran. I'm using the Novoflex adapter....very well made.

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    Hi Zoran. I'm using the Novoflex adapter....very well made.

    Gary
    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Matt, these are fantastic. you really captured the light, the moments, and the action. I even like how I came out...didn't know I stuck my tongue out with photos though
    Ash: Thank you sir! Pham Ming Son's got it right.

    Pretty exciting 10 mins. for you on Saturday!!!

    When you're back from New Jersey, we'll go out and shoot again.

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    Everyone: Great stuff and thank you very much for the "likes".

    Same place; same day; same A7 with Sony Zeiss 55mm f/1.8.











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    She is watching you!

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    brought the a7r/35 to the job site. just finished the balustrade and railings for the is hotel lobby; made 30 of those complex medallions and all the curly bits. over 200 1" glass balls in those holes. all handheld quick shots with keystone correction in C1





    Nice work JLM
    I love this kind of craftsmenship!
    Do you have a forge? ( or how do you call it in english?)
    Or are they cut out of steel plates?

    Are those railings made from glass as well? I reckon they are made from plexiglass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    She is watching you!

    The is the first multi exposure from the A7 I've seen. In medium format you need the new ALPA shutter to do this same function. It is nice to know that we can do the same thing with the Sony A7 and A7R. Thanks Michiel for demonstrating this new feature.

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    It is one exposure. All is reflection.
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    More: Nikon 80-200/4.5 MF w/A7...very good at rendering fine detail.
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    Some words on the "Twilight Handheld" mode on the A7R. Not to many people seem to use it though i think there are situations when it is quite useful.

    It is some sort of automatic "Idiot" mode you can't change A or S or Iso (you can use manual focus and you can change A on manual lenses oc.) and it gives Jpegs only. But as long as the resulting pic is nice i don't care.

    In this situation i was standing on a bridge with no tripod and thought it is so dark here there is no way to take a photograph. Switched to the twilight mode and was surprised with the resulting pic. The cam sees more than your old eyes!
    Printed the following pic A2 and it looks stunning!

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    This one, same location, with the 55/1.8:


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    Michiel: this sort of thing is my main work:
    Product and Design Metalwork provides design, fabrication and installation services in New York and California

    for the medallions, we start with 1" thick aluminum plate, put in fixturing holes, then cut the bevels on all the perimeter and openings and reduce the thickness on verticals by 1/8" on a CNC mill, reversing the plate to get both sides. similar for the curly parts. part then goes on the waterjet and we cut through. the original intent was polished nickel plate, but they went for paint. the metal surface was mush nicer, in my opinion.

    the rail is 1-1/2" round acrylic; I had to make an oven to heat the parts on site and fit the plastic to the curved metal. they are still debating whether to substitute glass

    we looked all over for the 3" glass balls...eventually got them from a fortune telling supplier
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    'cor
    So many fine pictures in such a short time - Matt the picture of the yellow guy without many teeth is priceless - and your Lizard Tim - but loads of other wonderful shots.

    Here are two simple shots with the Noctilux at f0.95 with a 6xND filter and an OUFFRO. Good Fun!


    Blowing in the Wind


    Ivy Berries

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    Colors on a gray day.

    Things:







    People:





    All with the A7 and CV35/1.2
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    Utsch, that last one is amazing; the darkness together with the coloured lit chimneys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    Michiel: this sort of thing is my main work:
    Product and Design Metalwork provides design, fabrication and installation services in New York and California

    for the medallions, we start with 1" thick aluminum plate, put in fixturing holes, then cut the bevels on all the perimeter and openings and reduce the thickness on verticals by 1/8" on a CNC mill, reversing the plate to get both sides. similar for the curly parts. part then goes on the waterjet and we cut through. the original intent was polished nickel plate, but they went for paint. the metal surface was mush nicer, in my opinion.

    the rail is 1-1/2" round acrylic; I had to make an oven to heat the parts on site and fit the plastic to the curved metal. they are still debating whether to substitute glass

    we looked all over for the 3" glass balls...eventually got them from a fortune telling supplier
    Nice work and a nice company, so well equiped.
    Must be interesting and challenging to find creative solutions for the special wishes of your clients.
    I work(ed) a lot with steel, cast iron, aluminium and glass myself therefore my special interest.
    Fortune teller glass balls; good find!
    Thank you for your elucidation!

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    A7R, 35mm FE lens, hand held with monopod
    Best to all...
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    I have to work on this image, but this was shot in the studio with the a7r

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    Dartmoor
    A7 with the 28-70 kit lens


    a bosky track


    a sunny lane

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    Cornish Skies
    A7 with the 28-70 kit lens


    dressing to the left


    dressing to the right

    I think the A7 files do nicely for black and white conversions - these are with Silver efex Pro II

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    I found this guy was on my doorstep this morning! Either a Wolf or Fishing Spider, about 2-3 inches across. I moved him to my garage as I doubt he'd survive our snowy weather outside.

    A99 with Sigma 70 mm Macro.

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    OMG, in Canada lives THIS? No way... They are really frightening me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    So, being bloody minded I thought I should prove the point.

    Can you tell which was shot with the E-M1 and which with the A7?
    Did you ever reveal the identities? Inquiring minds...

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    Did you ever reveal the identities? Inquiring minds...
    Hi There
    I thought nobody was interested!
    The one on the top was the E-M1, but the point really was a reality check about full frame and depth of field.

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    Color me a constantly interested observer. Glass certainly is key. That said, I go to the fun with EM1 thread and then back to this one and I still am especially struck by the night/low light shots from the Sony. There just seems to be a depth to them that is a touch beyond anything else.

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    We have Black Widow spiders too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi There
    I thought nobody was interested!
    The one on the top was the E-M1, but the point really was a reality check about full frame and depth of field.
    Correction: both Pham Minh Son and I gave it a try ! We picked the bottom image as the A7 (the greenish one).
    Clearly the DOF gave it away, but otherwise it'd be hard to tell them apart.

    Kind regards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Correction: both Pham Minh Son and I gave it a try ! We picked the bottom image as the A7 (the greenish one).
    Clearly the DOF gave it away, but otherwise it'd be hard to tell them apart.

    Kind regards.

    Thanks Bart. It's also interesting to compare

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    Fun With Sony _____ post2087

    Shouldn't there be some consistency?
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Correction: both Pham Minh Son and I gave it a try ! We picked the bottom image as the A7 (the greenish one).
    Clearly the DOF gave it away, but otherwise it'd be hard to tell them apart.

    Kind regards.
    Hi Bart
    Apologies to you and Son
    I'm not sure that the DOF was the giveaway, I thought it was more that the subject was larger in the E-M1 shot?

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    Thanks Bart. It's also interesting to compare

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    with

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    Shouldn't there be some consistency?
    Not where I'm concerned. That would just be boring!

    I saved the second shot as I liked it better. Certainly the Nocti and an OUFFRO holds promise on the Sony (mind you, it's also fun on the M)

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    I meant color-wise the first image in both posts look similar.
    That's all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Bart
    Apologies to you and Son
    I'm not sure that the DOF was the giveaway, I thought it was more that the subject was larger in the E-M1 shot?
    Hi Bart and Jono,
    I picked the bottom image for one reason which included all the reasons from both of your (Bart & Jono) different reasons:
    The overall image is so much smoother in the case of the Sony as compare to the E-M1 image. The out of focus rendering was so much smoother. The reason for this is due to the magnification of the scene was higher on the E-M1. The in focus region of interest from the E-M1 was sharper than the Sony. But not only the region of sharpness was more magnified but also the out of focus region was more magnified. This higher magnification makes the depth of field on the E-M1 to be higher than the Sony which makes sense since the E-M1 is a 2x crop factor and the Sony is full frame. You can clearly see the outer focus region of the stem is harsher in the case of the E-M1 compare to the Sony. With this very same reason the Sony has very shallow depth of field. Even as small as the compressed images presented, the noise level was clearly more magnified on the E-M1 than the Sony. Thus the E-M1 has more magnified noise to my eyes and therefore appeared less smooth. The conclusion I made was that both of you were correct just seeing it in a different way.

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    A7 CV 35 nokton f1.2 v2

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    Fantastic David.
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    Nikon 300/4.5 ED IF w/A7
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    Wanted to pohotograph this for a long time. It is along the highway, but this time I stopped. Did not have the right equipment for it, only a table tripod which was far to low.
    Will get back to it for my series.



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    Beautiful capture! Conversion to b/w is excellent!!!! I like everything about this picture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viramati View Post
    A7 CV 35 nokton f1.2 v2
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    David: One more praise for the smoker: perfect composition and inclusion of the environment, very nice and apt conversion to B&W, telling a story about the subject -> congrats on this one!
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    I am glad I chose the A7r despite the fact that everybody seems to be raving about the A7 because of the kit lens and a few RF wides.
    The files are just wonderfull, on higher ISO's as well, and there is so much room for corrections (highlights and shadows) that I must conclude this is a great sensor and camera for its price.
    I think Sony is the most innovating camera company right now.
    Not enough native lenses? Forget it, lenses for these cameras are all over the place for little money.
    AF lenses will come soon enough beside who need AF with this EVF and focus magnification and focus peaking in a lot of situations on these camera's.
    It is a dream to use all those existing fabulous old lenses with their real FL and DOF for once. Just perfect.
    ( why do I not have stocks in this company?)
    All the differences are not to be seen on internet presentations only at 100 % on your computer and in making big prints.
    For internet and smaller prints M4/3 is also perfect but there is life besides internet
    Olympus makes great lenses and ergonomical beautifull cameras but will always be crippled by the size of 4/3 for me.
    I hope something real good is coming out of their partnership with Sony.
    I agree Michiel, and have really enjoyed your photos on this forum using the A7R. You have demonstrated that the camera shines with many different lenses, some very old. The colors and vibrancy of Amsterdam bring back lots of good memories. Thanks.

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    Teaching my class beginning studio lighting today. Single strobe in an umbrella box. A7r with Pentax Tak Super @ f4. I've pretty much come to the conclusion that there is almost nothing this lens does not do well! Oh and the A7r is murder for portraiture. 36 megapixels, a sharp lens and girls faces do not a happy teenager make! The tonality though far surpasses what I'm used to from my canon's. This file is pretty much straight out of camera. Really not used to that.
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    Sonnar 2.8/35
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    eerie!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    I think the A7 files do nicely for black and white conversions - these are with Silver efex Pro II
    Hi Jono, do you have more control using Silver efex Pro than the standard B&W conversions available in LR/RAW ?

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    I love Silver Efex Pro 2 for the film presents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Wanted to pohotograph this for a long time. It is along the highway, but this time I stopped. Did not have the right equipment for it, only a table tripod which was far to low.
    Will get back to it for my series.
    Meerkerk ! That's a long way from home, Michiel !

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    I like both SEFXP2 and VSCO Film for conversions. Nik is a much better value since being acquired by Google.
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    I agree Michiel, and have really enjoyed your photos on this forum using the A7R. You have demonstrated that the camera shines with many different lenses, some very old. The colors and vibrancy of Amsterdam bring back lots of good memories. Thanks.

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    Thank you Joe, much appreciated!

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