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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    ashwin;
    plenty of ice floes in the NYC rivers; dress warm!
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    A7r+Sony 55/1.8 at 1.8
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    A7 55/1.8 can't decide on the colour or black and white image.



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    BW, for me!
    Beautiful place , very London.
    Nice renovation of St.Pancras, btw.

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    Hmm gold sign the rest B&W. Now there's a thought. That damn 55 looks good. I'm so tempted this week to get it
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    BW, for me!
    Beautiful place , very London.
    Nice renovation of St.Pancras, btw.
    Yes, that's what I think. Each time I see that view I immediately think 'Ladykillers' if you get the cinematic reference.

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    Hmm gold sign the rest B&W. Now there's a thought. That damn 55 looks good. I'm so tempted this week to get it
    Guy, an absolutely essential lens. I cannot believe the draw on the FE 55. Easily as good as a Summilux in terms of colouration and sharpness. Big, though.

    And thanks for the processing idea, off to try and implement it!

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    Nice Louis, threatening clouds would be even better!
    Sherlock Holmes is near.
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    Quote Originally Posted by philber View Post
    Now there is so much good stuff that I can't comment on al that deserves praise, but this one just dropped my jaw. Well done!
    LOL!

    I think everyone on this thread has found something that changes the game for them. That may be the biggest and most important contribution of the A7 - it is accessibly priced, it is a good sensor, and it works well with a huge range of our favorite lenses. The camera itself may be a clunky little mess in many way, but that doesn't matter. It inspires us to pursue Photography however that we mean that because we can SEE with it.

    Well done, Sony! I forgive you all the crap ... ;-)

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    I agree with Godfrey: This thread – and this camera – have been pleasures to me.

    My A7 is with me indoors and out (below), while M9 and X100s are 'on hold.'

    Top = 50 2.8 Elmar, which offers just a bit of blue tint in the corners on A7, but doesn't smear. Bottom = 35 FE


    Kitchen light by thompsonkirk, on Flickr


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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    A7 55/1.8 can't decide on the colour or black and white image.



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    I have to agree with Ben. Color (American spelling).
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    A7r with the Leica 16-18-21 @ 16mm-- I believe f8. voigtlander adapter. No cropping.. just resized
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    A7r with the Leica 16-18-21 @ 16mm-- I believe f8. voigtlander adapter. No cropping.. just resized
    Gorgeous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark1958 View Post
    A7r with the Leica 16-18-21 @ 16mm-- I believe f8. voigtlander adapter. No cropping.. just resized
    No issues at all with the 7r Mark. Now I would trade my r19 for this. Maybe
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    This is not presented as a great photo - it isn't - but as evidence that the a7r + Voigtlander adapter + Voigtlander 12 mm work just fine together as long as you use an LCC plate. The corners are not 100% perfect but good enough.

    Also noteworthy is that this shot was at 1/30th and shows no evidence of shutter vibration and no smearing in the corners (tho' there's distortion of circular objects!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    A7 with the Leica 50mm Summicron-R. There was a lot of distracting background around this Raven totem, so this is a cropped section of the most interesting feature, which was about 7-8 feet above me.

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    VERY nice! Do you happen to remember the aperture, please?
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    ashwin:
    Pike market nyc version:
    if you get to the Chelsea market (west 15th st at ninth ave).
    Los tacos and the Thai restaurant are great lunch spots, Lobster Place is a favorite
    lots of people watching

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    Yes i was pleased with the performance of this lens from day one. That is why i was a bit more surprised by some of the results with some of the other M lenses

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    No issues at all with the 7r Mark. Now I would trade my r19 for this. Maybe

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by ZoranC View Post
    VERY nice! Do you happen to remember the aperture, please?
    Thanks Zoran. I think it was about f5.6. I need to start taking notes when I'm shooting with these lenses again.

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    A couple of pictures at 25mm...


    Sony ICLE-7R Zeiss 25 F 2 ZF.2



    Pillow on Deacon's Bench







    Frisco Heritage Museum 01






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    A few in platinum....


    Sony ICLE-7R Zeiss 25 F 2 ZF.2



    Frisco Rails and Silo







    Frisco Caboose and No. 19







    Frisco Steam Engine No. 19





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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Lovely images, Dave.

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    Thanks all: At 77 years of age, the encouragement is much appreciated.
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Taking advantage of a few minutes of late afternoon sunlight.

    Sony A7

    Leica Elmarit 90MM:



    Mamiya 645 150MM N (some blur from subject movement who just wouldn't sit still):



    Last two, WATE at 21MM, F8 (1st one cropped):





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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Another lens that's worth trying?
    This is a 1950s 8.5 cm f2 Nikkor RF lens on A7.
    I used an Amadeo S to M adapter, then a Voigtlander M to E adapter. The whole thing was a bit wobbly – but with focus magnification, focus was always right on.
    F2.8,with focus on near edge of blue gate. It's equally sharp all the way to the corners – no smearing, no color shift.
    By 'equally' sharp, I mean it's as sharp at wide apertures as a 50s lens could ever be, with a sort of classic look, probably attributable to some flare. If you like this &/or have Nikon S gear, this lens looks like a keeper.



    1750ArchSt by thompsonkirk, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by bensonga View Post
    Thanks Zoran. I think it was about f5.6. I need to start taking notes when I'm shooting with these lenses again.

    Gary
    Thank you again Gary! Yeah, I know what you mean, same here, if I don't take notes (which I don't tend to do) I am later scratching my head not just which aperture but which lens I shot with LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonkirk View Post
    Another lens that's worth trying?
    This is a 1950s 8.5 cm f2 Nikkor RF lens on A7.
    I used an Amadeo S to M adapter, then a Voigtlander M to E adapter. The whole thing was a bit wobbly but with focus magnification, focus was always right on.
    F2.8,with focus on near edge of blue gate. It's equally sharp all the way to the corners no smearing, no color shift.
    By 'equally' sharp, I mean it's as sharp at wide apertures as a 50s lens could ever be, with a sort of classic look, probably attributable to some flare. If you like this &/or have Nikon S gear, this lens looks like a keeper.



    1750ArchSt by thompsonkirk, on Flickr
    That is lovely shot, definitely a classic look to it.
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    Some winter colors:



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    Still drizzling day after day......
    Some shots with the 18/4 C/Y Distagon.

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    Hey Michiel, that's a familiar place





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    Yes in deed Bart! The latest palace from and for the Taxpayers.

    You know this man?

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    A7R with Sony LA4 adapter and Minolta 20mm f2.8 lens, hand held. ISO 400, 1/100 at f9. Center is sharp, corners not bad, edges (left /right) a little soft, but all in all I would not hesitate to make a 20"x30" print. I have also included a 100% crop, actual pixels....no sharpening applied yet
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    Always nice to get a proper photo credit. One of my day job projects got some press, put on my photographer hat for the day with the A7:

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    new album | nostatic | music
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Yes in deed Bart! The latest palace from and for the Taxpayers.

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    Indeed, hence the luxurious hotels next door ...

    Mmm, don't know that portrait: a modern Van Gogh perhaps ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    A7R with Sony LA4 adapter and Minolta 20mm f2.8 lens, hand held. ISO 400, 1/100 at f9. Center is sharp, corners not bad, edges (left /right) a little soft, but all in all I would not hesitate to make a 20"x30" print. I have also included a 100% crop, actual pixels....no sharpening applied yet
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    That is a drop dead gorgeous composition. I am impressed it is handheld and shows a really good eye to get the wonderful flock of birds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    A7R with Sony LA4 adapter and Minolta 20mm f2.8 lens, hand held. ISO 400, 1/100 at f9. Center is sharp, corners not bad, edges (left /right) a little soft, but all in all I would not hesitate to make a 20"x30" print. I have also included a 100% crop, actual pixels....no sharpening applied yet
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    Gorgeous image Dave. Definitely 20x30 worthy.
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    Another from the rail yard....



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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    A7R with Sony LA4 adapter and Minolta 20mm f2.8 lens, hand held. ISO 400, 1/100 at f9. Center is sharp, corners not bad, edges (left /right) a little soft, but all in all I would not hesitate to make a 20"x30" print. I have also included a 100% crop, actual pixels....no sharpening applied yet
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    Great shot, Dave - now maybe I'll spring for a 20 mm. The reviews of the Sony I've read are not particularly encouraging. They say the Minolta is a better bet - exactly the same optics but better built.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Walked around the village today in bitter cold/wind!

    a7r with 35 Lux ASPH after being exposed to -20C (-4F) for over an hour. Obviously reliable in freezing conditions.

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    From one of my favorite movies, Kirk Douglas portraying Vincent Van Gogh in "Lust for Life" (1956).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaree View Post
    Taking advantage of a few minutes of late afternoon sunlight.

    Sony A7

    Leica Elmarit 90MM:



    Mamiya 645 150MM N (some blur from subject movement who just wouldn't sit still):



    Last two, WATE at 21MM, F8 (1st one cropped):





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    Lovely shots!

    Did you do any post processing for the WATE pictures?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Walked around the village today in bitter cold/wind!

    a7r with 35 Lux ASPH after being exposed to -20C (-4F) for over an hour. Obviously reliable in freezing conditions.

    Hi Bill,

    wonderful shot!

    any post processing on this one?

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    Thanks very much, Peter.

    Processed in C1 at defaults with a +15 saturation and a lightening of the shadowed verandah, no other adjustments. I have cropped a bit and would clean up the top left corner if I were to print it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nostatic View Post
    Always nice to get a proper photo credit. One of my day job projects got some press, put on my photographer hat for the day with the A7:

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    Very cool. Congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    This is not presented as a great photo - it isn't - but as evidence that the a7r + Voigtlander adapter + Voigtlander 12 mm work just fine together as long as you use an LCC plate. The corners are not 100% perfect but good enough.

    Also noteworthy is that this shot was at 1/30th and shows no evidence of shutter vibration and no smearing in the corners (tho' there's distortion of circular objects!).

    Bill
    Bill, apologies for my ignorance, but what do you mean by LCC plate; what does it entail? Etc.

    I did Google it but not with satisfactory results.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Walked around the village today in bitter cold/wind!

    a7r with 35 Lux ASPH after being exposed to -20C (-4F) for over an hour. Obviously reliable in freezing conditions.

    But a little soft and fluffy to the lower corners. This could be the lens or the adapter aberration.

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    Leica 135/4 Tele-Elmar w/A7...what a blessing! FF viewfinder with focus peaking instead of the tiny rectangle inside the Leica M viewfinder.
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    Thanks Peter. I shoot RAW and process in LR. For the WATE shots, the only PP I did is to adjust the exposure/highlights, basically pulling them back and added blacks.

    Generally, I don't spend more than 2 minutes on an average for each picture (after that my patience runs out!).

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    Lovely shots!

    Did you do any post processing for the WATE pictures?

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