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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Meerkerk ! That's a long way from home, Michiel !

    Kind regards.
    Pass it all the time.

    Went of the road to the side road but next time I will shoot it from the highway itself, which is on a higher level, with a 85 or 100mm on real tripod.
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    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.

    Looks like summertime in Amsterdam these days, strange.

    I agree 100% and that's why I own both. The A7 is better with some of the RF wides I own but the Voigtlander 21/1.8, 35/1.2, both of my 50's, and my 90 works well with both in actual pictures. The A7 is definitely more forgiving handheld but that's to be expected. I've either gotten used to the A7r shutter sound or I just don't find it overly offensive. It's a bit more unique with the "double clicking" sound but I don't think it's as loud as my NEX-5 either.

    I like them both and for different reasons. When you want or need the resolution then the A7r is great in a small package. The A7 is more than enough for 99% of your applications but we all have said "I really wish I could've taken this shot with X camera or lens" at some point about a great picture taken with the "wrong" camera.
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    Fantastic David.
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    A humble little hairy house plant. A7R with the Leitz 90mm f/4 M-Rokkor.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    From late this afternoon, testing the Canon 70-200mm f/4L IS with the A7R, handheld:





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    Couple of pictures from the A7r



    Sony ILCE-7R



    Rail and Power Towers







    Tree Front Grain Silo







    Rail Bridge Graffiti






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    Another from the A7r


    Sony ILCE-7R



    Tree Stump Waters Edge 08







    Tree Stump Waters Edge 07







    Tree Stump and Brush






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    So for those of you stuck in colder climes, you'll be pleased to hear that I am headed back from paradise. Two last shots and I'm done expect shots of sodden bleak England again soon.



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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    some goofing around; a7r/35mm


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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Viramati View Post
    A7 CV 35 nokton f1.2 v2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    I love Silver Efex Pro 2 for the film presents.
    Thanks Ben and HiredArm, I'll give them a try, are they THAT much better than LR/CS ?

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    Pike Place Market. A7 with Sony Zeiss 55mm f/1.8.





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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Still very gray and snowy here, but I wanted to try my 50mm Summicron-R on the A7, so I had another go at the Cleaver and Brooks boiler. This time in "B&W".

    It's clear that the A7/A7r can produce amazing images, but I've found that using manual focus lenses on it is just not very enjoyable for me. The small button for activating focus magnification creates a very "fiddly" experience for me, so the camera is less enjoyable to use than I had hoped it would be. I guess I'm just not well suited for these small cameras.

    Once again....I curse Leica for never creating a digital R10.

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    London and Dublin; early December; A7 with Sony 28-70mm lens.













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    Quote Originally Posted by pozzello View Post
    This black and white conversion is beautiful - may I ask how you converted it ?
    I use Lr5.3 as my base programme and then convert in Silverefexpro 2. Silverefex is a powerful tool when it comes to B&W conversion and does some very good film emulation as well plus you can add borders etc. It's colour filter tools (red filter to darken skies etc) works so much better than anything you can do in LR5

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    Part of the Amsterdam Light Festival.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pozzello View Post
    Thanks Ben and HiredArm, I'll give them a try, are they THAT much better than LR/CS ?
    For a more film like look for your prints yes. It's night and day but that's not to say you can't get a great look only using LR5. You can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    The small button for activating focus magnification creates a very "fiddly" experience for me, so the camera is less enjoyable to use than I had hoped it would be. I guess I'm just not well suited for these small cameras.
    I have focus mag mapped to the the button inside the AEL switch. It falls directly below my thumb when I hold the camera so it's very natural and easy to use.

    If you've got it mapped somewhere else might be worth a try?
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    Quick shot with Zeiss 55 F/1,8

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    Minolta 100/2.8 AF macro lens w/A7...very sharp images with some real punch...quite a surprise.
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    Random shots with the tiny Leica Summaron 1:2.8/35mm.
    I'm pretty pleased with this lens.









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    I have focus mag mapped to the the button inside the AEL switch. It falls directly below my thumb when I hold the camera so it's very natural and easy to use.

    If you've got it mapped somewhere else might be worth a try?
    Thanks for the suggestion/tip Ben....I think having focus mag on that button would really improve my experience with the camera. On my camera, that button doesn't seem to do anything with my Leica R lenses mounted on it. The only way I've been able to activate focus magnification is with the tiny C1 button on top of the camera, which I have a hard time locating without taking my eyes away from the viewfinder and actually hunting for it.

    Now I just need to figure out how to map focus mag to that button inside the AEL switch.....

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    Hooray!....it works. My friend Brian wrote to tell me how to change the setting. This is going to make the experience of using my A7 with MF lenses much more enjoyable and easy. It's funny how little things can make such a big difference. Thanks again Ben!

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    Shot an Orthodox Jewish music festival last night with the a900 and ZA 135/1.8. The 35/2 was acting up for some reason, and since the lighting was so poor I took out the ZA 135/1.8. Getting shots of the bandmates playing together required me to stand pretty far from the stage, but it was worth it. I really really really missed the 85/1.4. Really.

    Photos coming when the minimal post processing is finished.

    The ZA 135/1.8 is such a great lens that it really makes this rank amateur's pics sing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Random shots with the tiny Leica Summaron 1:2.8/35mm.
    I'm pretty pleased with this lens.










    Thanks Bart. Terrific shots. In the last image the ice looks pretty whet.
    Of course, I may be mistaken. But how deep is the water?

    In my childhood, long ago, we could walk for miles in the middle of a frozen river, the Weser.
    One just had to stay clear of the open patches.
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Agree Mikal, I'd be interested to see them when ready

    Here's some of my recent band shots with the A850 and CZ 135/1.8
    The band is SX, a group of up and coming Belgian artists






    But if you put the old Minolta 28-70/2.8 G on you can also get some nice results:






    But to my surprise a NEX6 with E50/1.8 delivers similar quality (if you don't blow up too much)



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    Quote Originally Posted by bcm View Post
    I have focus mag mapped to the the button inside the AEL switch. It falls directly below my thumb when I hold the camera so it's very natural and easy to use.

    If you've got it mapped somewhere else might be worth a try?
    Great tip. I had programmed the C3 button but its location is not as ideal and furthermore, I then had to press the OK button in the middle of the weel. The AEL button not only falls naturally under the thumb, but by pressing it a second time, it magnifies the view. MUCH better!
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    Couple of pictures from the A7r

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    Rail Bridge Graffiti



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    Peg. I will post a few in a few mins. I think the Belgian band is a lot more avant garde than the Orthodox musicians who performed last night.

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    Aaron Holder from Miami Beach, FL. I really enjoyed shooting the musicians. Definitely a lot easier and simpler to shoot musicians who don't move around too much, than it is to shoot hip hop dancers.



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    Jono,

    Thank you! And thank you all for the "Likes!" - a very easy camera to get good results...some even think the color is tops!

    The Df will be staying for those days when I need something a bit more direct and fast....

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Bart. Terrific shots. In the last image the ice looks pretty whet.
    Of course, I may be mistaken. But how deep is the water?

    In my childhood, long ago, we could walk for miles in the middle of a frozen river, the Weser.
    One just had to stay clear of the open patches.
    Hi there Karl-Heinz,

    thanks and I can tell you the water is not deep at all !
    The ice is wet because of the relative high ambient temperature, I think it was 12℃ or so.

    Kind regards.
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    This is one sharp lens!

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    I spent the day driving around Seneca Lake to drop some prints off at a winery for a show. We stopped briefly in Watkins Glen for coffee on the way home and I grabbed a few shots with the A7R and Sony FE 35mm f/2.8 while walking around town.

    The county humane society was open for business.

    Don't know what the green electrical cord and yellow thing was in front of this church.

    Haven't seen one of these for quite awhile. The lone pedestrian with the orange hat was most likely a rabid Syracuse Univ. basketball fan.

    Finally found some coffee in here.
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    A7r with CV 1.5/50. One of my first shots with this combination.

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    This was taken through a ferry's (rather dirty) window, hence the flare in places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunders View Post
    A7r with CV 1.5/50. One of my first shots with this combination.



    This was taken through a ferry's (rather dirty) window, hence the flare in places.

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    Thanks for posting this Paul and a nice shot!

    One of the cool things about this forum is being able to get a glimpse of the world outside of our domains. I never knew they put windmills in the water. Looks like the world is sprouting those things in all corners.

    I have not sprung for the A7/7R yet, but I am lurking.
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    Minolta 50/2.8 AF macro lens w/A7...very sharp...also impressed with rendering of delicate colors...tiles in pic #5, fungi on root in pic #6.
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    From the hotel window and wandering around Dublin at night with the A7 and a Leica lens (I'd know which lens if I learned how to use the Lens Compensation App!).

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    Matt: To my knowledge, the Lens Comp. App does not write the Exifs to the files.

    BTW: I had never a better cam for night shots!

    Best regards - keep on posting - love them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Matt: To my knowledge, the Lens Comp. App does not write the Exifs to the files.

    BTW: I had never a better cam for night shots!

    Best regards - keep on posting - love them!

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    Werner,

    I thought it did? I guess, I'll just have to pay more attention.

    Your A7r photos are stunning!

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    Yes you can!

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    Yes, i have named the lenses in the App, but the information is not written to the exifs and does not show up in LR neither in RAW nor in JEPEGs. Maybe I'm doing something wrong?
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    Oh, I am surprised about that. Didn't use it myself. Not even if you scroll down in the metafiles menu in Adobe Bridge either?

    Wonder what the use is of this possibility then? Are these settings well saved in camera?

    Should try it myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cellison View Post

    A7r | FE 55mm
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    Looks like the Gaylord Hotel at the National Harbor...
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    In Bridge or LR nothing - not even in that bad sony converter!
    Thats a pity, the App is quite useless.
    It seems that you just name the lens in the App to store the different adjustments, thats it.
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Humm.. Sony needs to work on that...
    Thanks for looking into that.
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Rather cool atmosphere....


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