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    No lovely late winter light here. The cones in my eyes were struggling to discern even the slightest bit of color today. Frozen ripples and waves in this creek ahead of a polar vortex settling in again over the NE USA. A7R + Sony FE 35 2.8

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    2014 Lake Havasu City Balloon Fest
    See more with A7r and A99 here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cindyfl...7639880579755/
    (I posted these in the Sony II thread, too.)

    Sony A7r and Sony 55 f/1.8 FE


    Sony A7r and Sony 55 f/1.8 FE


    Sony A7r and Minolta A-mount 35 f/2


    Sony A7r and Sony 55 f/1.8 FE
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    Nice to see photos from people who have sunshine. Between laziness and bad weather, the only things I've been doing are waiting for some light and playing with the Voigtlander close up adapter.



    The figure above is 8cm tall, not cropped. Used this:

    "We're human, after all, and everybody's got something a little off somewhere." - Murakami Haruki, The fall of the Roman empire
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    We had about two hours of sunshine yesterday. These are from before that time. . .


    28 Summicron except #2 which was the Lux-R 80.
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    Well, gas got the better of me (I blame this place), so I picked up the A7 kit from my local shop. After shooting a few PPHOs (pixel peeping household objects) my main reaction is pretty darn positive. It out auto-white balanced the 6D in terrible light, and for some of what I do, 12800 will work fine. The AF during movie mode is quite good, and focus peaking with the EVF in DMF mode just makes life much easier. Impressive piece of kit and the size/weight difference compared to the 6d/24-105 sold my wife (who get sucked into shooting during my gigs), though I'm already trying to figure out if the 35 or 55 comes next
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    3 image horizontal stidge out of hand.

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    The "Studio Setup" made me do a small comparison.

    Mounted the DP3M to the tripod. The pic taken with the Sigma was not lightened by an additional flash, it just got the light from the Lightbox. The Sony's used a wireless flash to give additional light from the top.
    You have to take that into account when judging the pics. As the JEPEG compression via Flickr and the Forum.

    Both Pics where brought to 6000x4000 24MP via LR and PhotoZoom Pro.

    What do you think....??


    DP3M @ F7.3 100% Crop




    Sony A7R, Leica Macro-Elmarit R 60/2.8 @ F 16 100% Crop

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    A7r C/Y Planar 50mm f/1.4 @ f/2.0
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    3 image horizontal stidge out of hand.

    Michael, any pointers on how to do this stitching so well?
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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    The "Studio Setup" made me do a small comparison.

    Mounted the DP3M to the tripod. The pic taken with the Sigma was not lightened by an additional flash, it just got the light from the Lightbox. The Sony's used a wireless flash to give additional light from the top.
    You have to take that into account when judging the pics. As the JEPEG compression via Flickr and the Forum.

    Both Pics where brought to 6000x4000 24MP via LR and PhotoZoom Pro.

    What do you think....??
    Hi Werner,

    I'd say the DP3M shows more defined detail: but how do you compare f/7.3 against f/16 ?
    Isn't there a diffraction issue for the A7R, this way ?

    Kind regards.
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    Thanks Knorp for your comment.

    This is by no means a "scientific" ( if there is anything like that) comparison, i used the opportunity just for fun.
    There are by far too many variables and i would never intend to get them all equal (if possible at all).

    Most important in this example is the light.

    As said the Sony pic got some fill flash and the the DP3M just got the lightbox from underneath with the light shining through the leaves. This gives more contrast to fine structures and makes the Sony's pic a little flatter.
    There are areas in the example pic where one or the other cam has its advantages ( at least on my 27' calibrated monitor with close examination side by side).

    The Sony got more PP (sharpening , micro contrast), the DP3M almost no post processing (basic conversion in SPP, import to LR, enlarging in PhotoZoom, no sharpening etc)

    I dont think, that diffraction plays a big role here because it is FF against APSC and the Leica Macro 60/2.8 lens is intended to be stopped down quite a bit (to get some DOF with macros).

    For me it is a draw between the Sony and the Sigma.

    Quite good for the DP, isn't it?

    As others i am still waiting for a FF (DSLR, Mirror-less) Foveon.

    BTW, the Sigma files print beautiful and big !
    The Sony is oc. the much better cam overall.

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    National Tulip day in Amsterdam.

    Now, this shot reminded me of something ...



    ... a fairy tale of the Grimm brothers perhaps ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cunim View Post
    Michael, any pointers on how to do this stitching so well?
    This is simply done in Adobe photomerge from Bridge, but first I took care of all the differences because I did not in camera.
    Matched the white balance and used all the same parameters, contrast, colour, local contrast, vivity etc in ACR. Even corrected the different exposures to match the three images, although PS does try to correct these differences automaticly.

    If I would do pano's seriously I would do most in camera and use PTGui.
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    For once it wasn't raining, so I took the A7r for a coffee in Ramsey. It was pleasant to sit in the cafe and have the jpegs from the A7r upload themselves to the iPad, then to select a few for the Snapseed (over)treatment.

    Well, the thread title *is* 'Fun with....'!


    The Stanley Hotel (Tokina 3.5/17mm. PK)

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    Black Swans in the Harbour (Pentax 1.8/77mmLtd)

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    Bollard (Pentax 1.8/31mm Ltd)

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    Constant Friend (Pentax 1.8/31mm Ltd)

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    Paul.... lost in the Irish Sea

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunders View Post
    For once it wasn't raining, so I took the A7r for a coffee in Ramsey. It was pleasant to sit in the cafe and have the jpegs from the A7r upload themselves to the iPad, then to select a few for the Snapseed (over)treatment.

    Well, the thread title *is* 'Fun with....'!
    Did you use wireless import? I have been bugging Sony support to update the wireless auto import app for OS 10.9 so I can upload my A7R raw files wireless to my computer. They keep saying "very soon". I used this feature with my NEX6 under OS 10.8x and it worked very nicely, too bad it was broken with the OS update. I'm just tired of constantly pulling put the SD card to upload to the computer.
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    Did you use wireless import? I have been bugging Sony support to update the wireless auto import app for OS 10.9 so I can upload my A7R raw files wireless to my computer. They keep saying "very soon". I used this feature with my NEX6 under OS 10.8x and it worked very nicely, too bad it was broken with the OS update. I'm just tired of constantly pulling put the SD card to upload to the computer.
    The wireless import works well to the iPad. I haven't tried to import wirelessly to the iMac: I import RAWs directly via the SD slot. Too much of a Luddite (or just too Manx[1]) to change my ways. ;-)

    [1] how many Manxmen does it take to change a lightbulb?

    None. We don't like change here.....
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Two more from later this afternoon. Both with the Pentax F100/2.8 Macro.

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    Here are a few from this past weekend. Was looking for waterfalls in cold weather....First is Rainbow falls (got a rainbow) with the A7r and FE 35. Conditions were tough with spray from the 125 foot falls freezing on the filter exterior.... Next is Cullasaja Falls with the FE 55. Finally, "Dry" falls, with the Leica WATE....All taken this past Saturday.





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    Minolta Maxxum AF 28-135/4 w/A7...taking the dead tree test.Features the 100mm-135mm end of the focal length range...very sharp, easy to handle...fine for contemplative photographers...but slow (maximum aperture f/4) and not a close focuser (min focusing distance: 5 ft/1.5m)...but for me...very nice walk-arounder.
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    Nikkor P.C 85 @f2


    CV 50 Nokton VM @f5.6


    @f1.5


    CV 35 Ultron @f1.7
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    At the Market


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    All shot with A7R + FE 55/1.8 around Jan Juc & Torquay on the Surf Coast in Australia.











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    Since it IS fun, then why not. These guys moved into the paddock next door today, curious as heck.
    Colour shot with a Sigma 19mm, in slight "zoom mode". Mono shot with the FE35mm.
    Nothing flashy, just fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lambert View Post
    All shot with A7R + FE 55/1.8 around Jan Juc & Torquay on the Surf Coast in Australia.
    Wow, I really like the colour in these shots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    2014 Lake Havasu City Balloon Fest

    Sony A7r and Sony 55 f/1.8 FE
    Love this one Cindy, would make an incredible B&W.
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    Thanks, Ben. I seem to want to chop off that top balloon and crop it into a square. I'll try it black and white, too.

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    From my recent trip to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park with the A7r & Sigma 35mm lens. Stunning detail and loads of information in the shadows.
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    Wow, I really like the colour in these shots.
    +1 love the depth
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    Stedelijk museum, Amsterdam, the new wing nickname " the bathtub"

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    Pictures with Sony A7R, Zeiss 50mm f1.4 with LA-EA4, both pictures was shot at F2



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    My two kids with the A7r and my new Pentax M/85mm f2 lens. A lens that creams my Canon 85mm 1.8 for rendition!



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    Look ! It's that bloke ! He's making that noise !


    Look! No, no, over there! Look! I told you, it's him !


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    So cold here in Maine that my landscape work is limited to the back yard. A7r with Zeiss 28mm ZE.
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    This one is for our friends suffering from the extreme heat in Australia. They know that the only thing better than a cold beer is seven more.

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    Pike Place Market, a few weeks, ago. A7 with Sony Zeiss 55mm f/1.8.













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    Kodachrome slide made with Nikon F or Olympus OM-1
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    Sony A7 + Micro-Nikkor 55mm f/3.5 + ES-1 slide stage

    I bought a Nikon F to NEX adapter, so of course the first thing I had to do was throw the Micro-Nikkor 55mm f/3.5 and ES-1 slide stage onto the Sony A7. I grabbed a slide out of a bag that I'd scanned already, set ISO 100, sat the rig on my desk, and let it run a 10 second exposure @ about f/8.

    That's me driving my Lamborghini 350GT up Highway 684 in Yonkers, NY, sometime in Fall 1975. My friend Steve took the photo.

    Really amused to find this ... I look so freekin' young!

    Comments always appreciated. Thanks for looking.
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    Love Kodachrome and Lambo 350!

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    Those were the days, Godfrey!
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    A bit of fun with my 75'cron and OUFRO at f/2.0, but wish not to bother you by clogging up your bandwidth or your screen.
    Only for those interested in minimum DOF ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    [CENTER][
    I bought a Nikon F to NEX adapter, so of course the first thing I had to do was throw the Micro-Nikkor 55mm f/3.5 and ES-1 slide stage onto the Sony A7. I grabbed a slide out of a bag that I'd scanned already, set ISO 100, sat the rig on my desk, and let it run a 10 second exposure @ about f/8.

    That's me driving my Lamborghini 350GT up Highway 684 in Yonkers, NY, sometime in Fall 1975. My friend Steve took the photo.

    Really amused to find this ... I look so freekin' young!

    Comments always appreciated. Thanks for looking.
    Wow. Love that car and I bet you wish you still had it. I had a '67 400GT in restoration for a few years. When it was finally finished someone made me an offer I couldn't refuse. I never even got to drive it. After many years of being ignored, the early Lambos are now appreciating rapidly. Who woulda thunk it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Fallon View Post
    So cold here in Maine that my landscape work is limited to the back yard. A7r with Zeiss 28mm ZE.
    +1
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    Quote Originally Posted by cunim View Post
    Wow. Love that car and I bet you wish you still had it. I had a '67 400GT in restoration for a few years. When it was finally finished someone made me an offer I couldn't refuse. I never even got to drive it. After many years of being ignored, the early Lambos are now appreciating rapidly. Who woulda thunk it.
    They are beautiful things, and it's gotten so rare to see one actually being driven it's very sad. They're too expensive now for me to be interested. They were too expensive then for me to keep very long. But I'm glad I had it, experienced it, for even a brief while. Few today will feel the thrill of that glorious V12 whoop as you toss this priceless, noisome bit of driving history down a deserted country lane at full chat, free and unfettered by all of today's PC regulations and restrictions.

    They are things of a different era, passing quickly into the long past. I was there, I participated, I witnessed and recorded with my camera. It remains alive in my living memory. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    They are beautiful things, (...)

    They are things of a different era, passing quickly into the long past. I was there, I participated, I witnessed and recorded with my camera. It remains alive in my living memory. :-)

    G
    Godfrey: Enviable reminiscence. Also nice to hear, as stated elsewhere, that you as well bear your lovely Duc (750 GT) and the rides across the southwestern states in remembrance ...
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    To lighten up your day, friends, some flowers for you:

    With the Micro Nikkor PC 85/2.8 D and some tilt


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    Cold snap cabin fever today so I dug out the Gigapan to see how it would work with the A7R. Setup with the 90mm M-Rokkor at f/11, locked exposure, WB, and focus. Aimed at the fireplace and let the gigapan do its' thing. Produced a 16 shot (raw) 312 MP stitched final image using AutoPano Pro 3.









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    Leica Elmarit-M 90mm F2.8 & A7R
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    JFC.

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