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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    I like them all, but especially 1, 4, 8, and 11. Great work! What lenses?

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Luvwine View Post
    I like them all, but especially 1, 4, 8, and 11. Great work! What lenses?
    All with Sony/Zeiss 55 1.8 Thanks!

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    All with Sony/Zeiss 55 1.8 Thanks!
    It must be the lens.
    My favorites: 1, 5, 8, 9, 10 and 11

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R







    1.4/75
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pham Minh Son View Post
    It must be the lens.
    My favorites: 1, 5, 8, 9, 10 and 11
    Lol! Thanks Pham ;-)
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    Pham, 1 & 2...Superb!
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Rain again....

    I downloaded the demo of C1 Pro to see if I could use LCC on the CV 15 and 21. here's my first attempt with the 15.

    Anyone know what a 'neutral semi-transparent filter' is?
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by dunders View Post

    Anyone know what a 'neutral semi-transparent filter' is?
    I use an Expodisk

    ExpoImaging - ExpoDisc 2.0 Professional White Balance Filter
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by dunders View Post
    Anyone know what a 'neutral semi-transparent filter' is?
    Very, very expensive.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Nice work shtarka1! Museums are a thankfull subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Nice work shtarka1! Museums are a thankfull subject.
    Thanks Michiel :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pham Minh Son View Post



    1.4/75
    ^^^ this. Perfect.
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    Nikon Noct 58mm 1.2 @1.2
    At last I can focus this lens on a digital camera !
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Ah, Saturday morning walk time. A bit damp and dim this morning. A7 fitted with Elmarit-R 24mm ...


    Sony A7 + Elmarit-R 24mm f/2.8
    ISO 100 @ f/4 @ 1/160 s

    At distance, just a tiny bit of smudging in the far corners. This is perfectly acceptable to me. :-)

    Thanks for looking. Comments always appreciated.
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    So the combination of the A7R and FE55 is kind of a dream walk around combination (with the FE35 as a back-up for wider shooting). These are just snaps to see how the lens performs. Relief from the boredom of the interminable gloom of the New England winter.

    It's incredibly sharp but also makes a pretty picture. Finally e-mount has grown up. Bravo Sony.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Dunders:
    if you are using it for your LCC shot, it is a white translucent plastic plate you put in front of the lens. generally you bump the shutter speed down two stops to keep the exposure centered without changing the aperture, that creates your LCC shot

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    Dunders:
    if you are using it for your LCC shot, it is a white translucent plastic plate you put in front of the lens. generally you bump the shutter speed down two stops to keep the exposure centered without changing the aperture, that creates your LCC shot
    Thanks. There's little detail on the net, so I thought that there may be another name for the thing. Looking at people's work with C1 in this area it seems to work well, but it does seem to be a faff.

    I can feel a lens buying fever coming over me. Maybe I'll just keep the RF lenses for the RF.....


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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Does anyone have any information on how the sony 28-70mm performs on the lower megapixel A7?

    Stanley

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    Thank you everyone for showing your nice photos and all the comments and likes.

    Hasselblad 250mm + Leica Apo Tele-Converter 2x = 500mm and handheld to capture the moment.
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    New born

    Canon FD 50m 1.4....all over iso 2000







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    How precious life is and congratulation!

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    To my friend you likes clouds instead of flower on trees:

    Contax F-Distagon 16mm. This was the same lens many years ago when I first met Guy Mancuso on FM.








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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by stngoldberg View Post
    Does anyone have any information on how the sony 28-70mm performs on the lower megapixel A7?

    Stanley
    Hi, somes exemples with a7 and 28-70mm:





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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    I am not, nor do I have, any pretensions to be a portrait photographer. In fact, I shy away from photographing people because more often than not people (rather than landscapes) are disappointed with the results. Nevertheless, my next door neighbour asked me if as a favour I would take some headshots for use in her internal magazine which is going to run a feature about.

    Out with the A7 and the 55/1.8. This is not the shot we chose but is an example of how the 55/1.8 can make a portrait photographer of us all. F1.8 iirc and focussed on the right (her left) eye, and without any processing other than to read the RAW file into LR5 and output a JPEG.

    Not bad, eh?



    PS If you look closely, you will see a single strand of hair across her chin, which I missed when I was processing. Amazing detail.
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    Congrats Rawfa! Truly precious and lovely and a very special time in all your lives. Savor the moments.

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    Steve, as others have noted, your museum series is a wonderful collection of images. I keep revisiting them and find so many wonderful little stories I'd imagine I'd attach to each one. Nicely done.

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    In my neighbor's front yard with the Nikon 80-200/4.5 MF w/A7. The bush is quite unremarkable from a distance, but close-up reveals quite an array of color. The second pic demonstrates this array of color and reveals the great sharpness of this classic lens...the tack sharp detail on the center pistil is an eye-popper.
    Last edited by benroy; 18th December 2014 at 08:50.
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    These are from the A7r that i shot yesterday on a day trip up to Jerome AZ with forum member Bryan Stevens. I am really starting to like this little 55mm 1.8. I shot all these handheld

    Sony 55mm FE 1.8 wide open. ISO 800



    Sony 55mm FE 1.8 wide open. ISO 800



    Leica 19R wide open. I have many more to process later and post

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    Zeiss 135mm F2 with Sigma 1.4 converter F4 effective handheld.

    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    I am with Guy and his observations above. If I am going out on 'stroll photography' I am taking my 55/1.8 as the lens of choice, over my FE 35. Even though the fov is more restricted I know I am going to get a subtleness and colour draw which is worth it.

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    One with the "New One"





    Great shots from Jerome Guy, i once visited that town - good memories!
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    Btw folks I threw on the vertical grip and that is very nice with handheld and it's not as big as everyone says and it's very light too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    One with the "New One"





    Great shots from Jerome Guy, i once visited that town - good memories!
    Thanks and have to say it was a blast shooting yesterday. Bryan just got his A7r the other day so I set him all up with menus and such and he had a ball with it. He loved the V grip. It's on sale now at B&H see Bobs thread on Sony sale and follow his link. GetDPI gets a affiliate fee and that helps us.

    Heck buy another body and get a discount on the lens 200 dollars. Get that dang 55 it's lovely and I really like the bokeh from it. It's very smooth falloff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Btw folks I threw on the vertical grip and that is very nice with handheld and it's not as big as everyone says and it's very light too.
    I played with the grip at the store yesterday, but I haven't decided to purchase one yet. It seemed it would be useful particularly for hand-held shooting with the fat Leica R 180/2.8 lens, otherwise with 24 to 135mm lenses I don't really see a need. And that big lump is going to get used on a tripod most of the time any way, it's just too heavy for casual toting about.

    Good news is that without a grip fitted, the A7 and three lens kit fits in a smallish bag, if you get the right one. I'm trying out the Think Tank Photo "Mirrorless Mover 30i" or some such.

    (I know, Erwin Puts and others say the newer 180mm models are much better performers, and they're smaller and lighter. But this one performs well enough, is mint, and cost me $300 ... for the little I use such a long lens, that seems just fine... ;-)

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    This is the forest primeval...

    The murmuring pines and the hemlocks... Well maybe not primeval, but maybe secondary growth or tertiary... Anyway the corners look sharp to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    I played with the grip at the store yesterday, but I haven't decided to purchase one yet. It seemed it would be useful particularly for hand-held shooting with the fat Leica R 180/2.8 lens, otherwise with 24 to 135mm lenses I don't really see a need. And that big lump is going to get used on a tripod most of the time any way, it's just too heavy for casual toting about.

    Good news is that without a grip fitted, the A7 and three lens kit fits in a smallish bag, if you get the right one. I'm trying out the Think Tank Photo "Mirrorless Mover 30i" or some such.

    (I know, Erwin Puts and others say the newer 180mm models are much better performers, and they're smaller and lighter. But this one performs well enough, is mint, and cost me $300 ... for the little I use such a long lens, that seems just fine... ;-)

    G
    It's a pretty nice setup with the long glass and the heavy lenses that I have but more important it does add some balance. For me I think more occasional use for certain things. Right now I need it for the fashion shows no question as most of it is vertical. It's okay on a tripod but more useful handheld. Being on sale right now for 248 dollars some folks might want to try it at that price. I paid 300 and that seems a little pricey.

    It's one of those things that can be very handy. Coming from FF Nikons everything seems small.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    .. Coming from FF Nikons everything seems small.
    Yes indeed! Even my plain-prism Nikon F always feels large! :-)

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    Been looking for a nice Leica for people shooing - but try to testing the FE 55 1.8 - and maybe i better just spend my money on a nice wide instead... Will the Leica R 100 / 2.8 Macro i fall in love with serve me much better ??

    Im shooting a local soccer team, and some of them guys have the X factor..IMHO - f/2 - 160 - ISO 50.. no edit


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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Ice cream? you gotta be kidding! a7r FE 55/1.8



    Even in the heavy snow it's sharp at f1.8.

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    On a more serious note..

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    And One more - Team goalkeeper - Hjalte - 50% crop of a misfire..55 1.8 at F/2

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    Sony A7 + Summilux-R 50mm f/1.4
    ISO 1600 @ f/2 @ 1/60 sec

    Don't know how many times I've seen this in a window nearby. Finally I had the right camera with me, ready to make the exposure.

    Thanks for looking. Comments always appreciated.
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    sushi stand at the chelsea market; A7R/FE55
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    a7r | Leica Noctilux 1,0/50mm
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    A medley of subjects - 1st four with kit lens, Buddha with Leica R 8-200/4 and Nikon 5T, Lily OM 50/2 - all with A7










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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Ice cream? you gotta be kidding! a7r FE 55/1.8


    Bill,

    Judging from from the snow drift in front of the door, they are kidding.

    I really enjoyed living in Port Elgin (great people) and making the occasional trip up the Bruce Peninsula. However, I don't miss the long snowy winters.

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    Some B&W with the A7 today.


    All with the CV35/1.2 except the last, which is the 21 Super-Elmar
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    Sony A7 + Elmarit-R 24mm f/2.8
    ISO 100 @ f/8 @ 1/125 s

    Thanks for looking. Comments always appreciated.
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Very much enjoying your 'eye' Godfrey.
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    Hi

    Sharing more from a shoot yesterday with only the FE 55 f1.8 as well as the el cheapo Sony "Easy Choice" SAL 85mm f2.8 SAM lens mounted on the LA-EA4 It's an official shoot but I took the chance to give my new (few days old!) 55mm and the newish (2 weeks old) 85mm a workout - mostly shot wide open.

    Singer and Lights

    A7 + SAL 85mm f2.8 SAM with LA-EA4

    Lights, Camera and Action

    A7 + FE 55mm f1.8

    Starburst and Singer

    A7 + SAL 85mm f2.8 SAM with LA-EA4

    Photo Editor at work

    In the press room, photo editor at work. A7 + FE 55
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