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    Bit of Sunday afternoon fakery fun...

    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    Well it rained all day yesterday, but woke up this morning back to sticky snow. So I went to one of my favorite places this morning.

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    The next three are the Canon 70-200 f/4IS


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    Quote Originally Posted by dchew View Post
    Well it rained all day yesterday, but woke up this morning back to sticky snow. So I went to one of my favorite places this morning.

    Dave

    Zeiss 35 f/2


    The next three are the Canon 70-200 f/4IS






    Metabones adapter
    That second one is DYNAMITE, Dave!
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    Thank you Steve and Bill!

    At over 3600 acres, Holden is one of the largest arboretums in the U.S. Here is one more. 35 f/2:

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    I am using the low-price Vello IR-S1 IR Remote for Select Sony Cameras. Works without a hitch. $8 at B&H.
    Thanks Marc!

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    Sony A7 + Summicron-R 90mm f/2
    ISO 100 @ f/2.8 @ 1/400 s

    There was something pure and attractive about the way this bicycle looked. Very appealing to my eye.

    Thanks for looking. Comments always appreciated.
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    A pic to the "clean file club" - some non payed work for local soccerteam, making a calendar for donations.

    A7r - The Zeiss 55 1.8 - in a old cold factory - 16 player - 10 kg flour - and so on...


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    @ BSEH: very nice.

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    Ditto: a wonderful shot.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Some more from the harbour..

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    a7r | Leica Summilux 1,4/75mm
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    a7r | Leica Noctilux 1,0/50mm
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    a7r | Leica Elmarit 2,8/135mm ISO 5000!!!!!
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    a7r | Leitz Telyt 4,8/280mm
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    I've ordered the Sony FE 28-70mm f3.5-5.6 OSS pending the availability of anything better. Should arrive tomorrow, so we will see.
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    For use on A7 or A7R Quentin? It is a bit dodgy on the R, seems to misfocus quite often though Jono is sure that it is shutter shake. Well sharp on centre when you get it right, has edge softness that changes sides with focal length and aperture and subject distance but you can't always 'stop' yourself out of trouble. Not terrible, sometimes, quite good.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    TSE L 24/3.5 II, mid upshift, handheld






    Another example of the TSE, to avoid reflection of me in the shop-window i was standing to the left next to the door. Full shift to the right, handheld.
    The shops name "Torso" is somehow doubled by the "Reduced" sign.


    "Torso-Reduced"



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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Raining again...

    One from a trip to the Tate in december:

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    Paul.... lost in the Irish Sea

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    The refrigerator magnet gallery is a place of high honor for any photograph. Have you checked your refrigerator lately?


    Sony A7 + Elmarit-R 24mm f/2.8
    ISO 250 @ f/4 @ 1/60 second

    :-)

    I was testing the Eye-Fi card yesterday with the Sony A7 in the condo and made this quick snap of the refrigerator magnet gallery. Looking at it later, all those pictures brought back a flood of memories. One of the finer uses of photographs.

    Oh yeah, the Eye-Fi card works well with the A7. It even geotags the photos (I've stripped the geotag out of the web display photo).

    Regards the A7 ... I think Tom Abrahamsson said it best in some post or another. "... It becomes the lens you've fitted to it..." I see that very clearly with these lovely Leica R lenses and with the Nikkor lenses. Presuming a good enough optical-sensor match, the sensor is good enough that the camera itself steps aside and lets the lens qualities shine through. And these Leica R lenses are seductive—there's a quality to what I see with them that may or may not shine through in small-size web presentation, but is very evident in the originals on my 27" display.

    Thanks for looking. Comments always appreciated.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    The refrigerator magnet gallery is a place of high honor for any photograph. Have you checked your refrigerator lately? :-)
    Nice memories! I even recognise some the folks there....

    Regards the A7 ... I think Tom Abrahamsson said it best in some post or another. "... It becomes the lens you've fitted to it..." I see that very clearly with these lovely Leica R lenses and with the Nikkor lenses. Presuming a good enough optical-sensor match, the sensor is good enough that the camera itself steps aside and lets the lens qualities shine through. And these Leica R lenses are seductive—there's a quality to what I see with them that may or may not shine through in small-size web presentation, but is very evident in the originals on my 27" display.

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    I like that! But my wallet is twitching.... ;-)
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    A7+FE 35/2.8


    A7+FE 55/1.8
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    Mr. or Ms. f1.o: Fabulous!
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    A7R 35mm FE lens, 1/400 sec f11 monopod
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Mr. or Ms. f1.o: Fabulous!
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    thanks a lot dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
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    a7r | Voigtländer 5,6/12mm
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    For use on A7 or A7R Quentin? It is a bit dodgy on the R, seems to misfocus quite often though Jono is sure that it is shutter shake. Well sharp on centre when you get it right, has edge softness that changes sides with focal length and aperture and subject distance but you can't always 'stop' yourself out of trouble. Not terrible, sometimes, quite good.
    A7r. Sounds as I anticipate...
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    Sony A7 + Summicron-R 90mm f/2
    ISO 100 @ f/2.8 @ 1/400 s

    There was something pure and attractive about the way this bicycle looked. Very appealing to my eye.

    Thanks for looking. Comments always appreciated.
    The toe-clips are a little strange and I do prefer to have at least one brake when I ride on the road.....

    You are correct that single speeds looks so clean...beauty in track bikes.

    Regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    The toe-clips are a little strange and I do prefer to have at least one brake when I ride on the road.....

    You are correct that single speeds looks so clean...beauty in track bikes.
    Oh yes ... riding a fixie I suppose the owner feels he's in control, but it would scare the bejesus out of me not to have a brake too. ;-)

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    A7r/Leica Elmarit-R 28mm E55:


    Hartford from Founders' Bridge by gdi2003, on Flickr


    CollinsAxe by gdi2003, on Flickr


    Patron by gdi2003, on Flickr
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Decided to take the Nex 5 for a spin, as have not used it much in a while.

    Here is one I took today with my Nex 5r and SAL 18-200 lens

    Out of camera no post processing!

    To make the 18-200 more usable on the tiny Nex body, I added a cheap 3rd party Ownuser vertical grip to the Nex 5r. Now not only does it feel much better to hold, it also aids stability when using any largish lens on the tiny Nex body.

    Here it is next to the still much larger and heavier Olympus E-M1
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    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    The toe-clips are a little strange and I do prefer to have at least one brake when I ride on the road.....
    Don't tell me I'm the only one who remembers coaster brakes!? Just pedal backwards; it'll stop - unless the chain derails

    Dave

    PS: That's probably the reason for the weird toe-clips too, since it is a pain to rotate the pedals around to the right spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Here's flat field shot, David. Not a real close close up. a7r with Sony LE4A adapter and Sigma 70 mm macro at f5.6.



    I took a whole series from f2.8 to f11 and really cannot tell one from another except for DOF of the background. I can report there is virtually no vignetting after full aperture and no smearing in the corners. This is no surprise as the rear element of the Sigma is well forward of the mount and about 3 inches from the sensor.

    The bottom corners at 100% are just as sharp as the centre with very crisp rendering of the texture of the stone.
    Thanks Bill,
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    f 1,0, just wondering do you have any issues with Magenta casts etc when using the 12mm Voigtlander with the A7r?

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    mazor, if I may butt in, yes, there are significant casts and corner darkening with the 12 mm Heliar.

    See Fun with the A7/7R

    About halfway down the thread. Post 2323.

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    Hi

    Have been wanting to post more here, but haven't found the time to do so. Here's some for a start! Photos are from Singapore.

    SuperTrees during OCBC Garden Rhapsody Light Show

    Shot with the Nikon 24mm f2.8 AFD adapted with a Kipon adapter
    This is from Gardens by the Bay.

    Sunset Over the City

    Shot with the new 24-70 f4 FE Zeiss lens

    Launch of River Hongbao 2014

    Shot with the Nikon 24mm f2.8 AFD adapted with a Kipon adapter

    Sunlit Chairs

    The new 24-70 f4 Zeiss at 24mm end

    Lone Policeman on Duty

    The new 24-70 f4 Zeiss at 70mm end

    The 24-70 is a loan from a friend who managed to get his hands on a copy here in Asia.

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    Hi

    Some more fun with my A7, which I've had since the 26th of November….

    My Dog Whisky

    I call this the "Nick Brandt" look, after viewing the wonderful images from his books…
    Shot with the SAL 85mm f2.8 SAM lens adapted with the LA-EA4

    A Ride Through the Tunnel

    The same way to shoot train tracks - from within the train….
    Shot with the SAL 85mm f2.8 SAM lens adapted with the LA-EA4

    Walk along the Beach

    Wedding Portrait shoot I did for this couple who found each other while running!
    CV Nokton 50 f1.5 ASPH II M mount adapted with a Voigtlander M-NEX adapter
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    Third set…

    Trapped in the City

    With the 28-70 kit zoom

    Spikes of the Esplanade

    With the 28-70 kit zoom

    Chinese New Year event - River Hongbao 2014

    With the 28-70 kit zoom

    Count down to Christmas, Singapore

    Older image from Christmas Eve 2013 - real life test of the weather sealing capabilities of the A7 + kit lens combo haha!!!!

    Whisky again

    Shot with the CV Nokton 50mm f1.5 ASPH II (M mount) adapted with a Voigtlander M-NEX adapter
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