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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    More.....

    Performance 1

    A7 + FE 55mm

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    A7 + FE 55mm

    The FE 55 is very versatile for small stage setup like this. However, I did run into issues with the camera and lens something not able to focus in lowish light. Below is one example where I nearly missed the moment cos the lens is taking a long time to lock - this would never have happened with my M9 or with manual focus lenses adapted to the A7 :P Think I will still stick to the M9 for fast sequences like this.... or use MF with the FE 55...

    Birthday Celebration


    On the other hand, if the subject is obedient and willing…. like my dog Whisky….. focus is not an issue :P

    Whisky goes Bai Nian (Chinese new year visiting)

    There are 2 mandarin oranges in that bag! :P
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    For the time being i am happy with this zoom. Not buying the new Zeiss zoom.

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    A7r, Minolta 70-210/4 beercan
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    A7r FE 55f1.8 @f1.8
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    A7r FE 24-70f4
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    Michiel: 100% agreement on Zeiss 35-70/3.4...great lens...holds its own with the big ticket 35-70s.

    Mark K: glad to see you using the "beercan"...excellent lens that can be found at great bargain prices...just right for the A7. Have you tried other outstanding Minolta lenses: 50/2.8 macro, 100/2.8 macro, 28-135?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Very much enjoying your 'eye' Godfrey.
    thank you, and the other "likes" as well. :-)

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Little love affair here with the Leica 19mm R lens. LOL





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    So when all else fails they say go pray so i did. LOL

    55mm 1.8 at F4 ISO 100



    Than if praying don't work well there is always the rope. ROTFLMAO

    55mm 1.8 at 5.6

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    Another with the Nikon 58mm Noct 1.2 @1.2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    For the time being i am happy with this zoom. Not buying the new Zeiss zoom.
    I'm not surprised. Lovely rendering and colours. Those trees look tack sharp.

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    Dear Roy
    Thank you for your comments. 70-210/4 was a real gem I found among old Minolta lenses. The best tele should be my 200/2.8 ...
    ...still yet to try out all my Minolta old lenses...I will definitely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    [CENTER]
    This is hanging on the wall framed worthy!
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    Food looks delicious. Excellent lighting on the food! Looking at it makes me want to eat it

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    a7r | Leica Noctilux 1,0/50mm
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    don't sell your dreams...don't sell your luxes!


    _DSC1428small by sergio lovisolo, on Flickr


    _DSC1424small by sergio lovisolo, on Flickr

    as they
    can show you also the hard,(but tridimensional) reality


    lux50small by sergio lovisolo, on Flickr
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by sergio lovisolo View Post
    don't sell your dreams...don't sell your luxes!
    ...as they can show you also the hard,(but tridimensional) reality
    Sergio, point taken. In this case, what is the "hard reality" of what lux(es) you used and EXIF?

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    1 and 2 summilux m 50 preasph at 1,4 iso 100 - 3 summilux r 50 at 2,8 and iso 6400.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Some shadows.



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    Serene Ghosts, A7r, 50mm Tak Super @ f1.4
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    "interesting" bokeh with the Noctilux, f1.0. What aperture were you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    "interesting" bokeh with the Noctilux, f1.0. What aperture were you using?
    f 1,0 ... what else
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    Since we are in Lux wide open mode, here is one with a Summilux M 50 asph at F 1.4 from Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by f 1,0 View Post
    f 1,0 ... what else
    I though it might be. The background bokeh is pretty distracting ... I wager it would be more appealing at f/2 or so.

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    From a local jazz jam last night, rather dimly lit church venue. First four with the A7/55, last two with the RX1r











    new album | nostatic | music
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    oh, and a crop from that last one

    new album | nostatic | music
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    A couple of A& BW portraits, with M lenses:





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    And a few in very low light of Macklemore...







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    Those first three with the 75 Lux?

    All great, Ashwin!

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post

    Serene Ghosts, A7r, 50mm Tak Super @ f1.4
    Ben, I am loving your images recently, so evocative!
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    Ben, love the shots of Jerusalem.

    Ashwin, great shots - again. Do you think they would have been better / different if you had shot them with the A7R?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Ben, I am loving your images recently, so evocative!
    Appreciate it! I've been documenting my progress through this and an earlier project here in Jerusalem in this thread using a whole variety of cameras, lenses and techniques.
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    With the English weather at the moment, who needs Grad ND filters! (BTW the original is not posterised but JPEG can't handle the tonal range...

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Playing with the Contax G 90mm 2.8 + Metabones adapter.


    A7r + Contax G 90mm 2.8 @ f4 by frozenbb, on Flickr


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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Ashwin, as an NC State alum and a Seattle Seahawks fan (the latter because of Russell Wilson), I really appreciate this excellent b&w photo of Russell. Well done, gritty, capturing a pensive moment. Even his hands tell a story. Thanks for sharing.

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    Feeling FORD.
    FE55 at F5

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    Continuing with Nikon classic MF lenses: Here's the legendary (well-deserved) Nikon 25-50/4 MF w/A7. A7 was hand-held for these pics, so keystoning did occur and lines were straightened...couple of examples of lens's close-up abilities are included...lens can focus down to about 24".
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    Comer, Ga. In the freezing cold with sleet coming down, dedicated electric utility crews worked late into the night after severe cold and snow caused a power pole to catch fire leaving nearby residents in the dark and without heat. About 6 trucks and 20 men showed up late and got power back on around 1am.
    Sony A7r ISO 6400 Nikkor 50mm
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Trying some alternate processing in C1.
    55mm FE at 5.6

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    Wiper
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    Well I need to apologize for keep posting images today but Im playing around with different processes in C1 and just having some fun. Im sure your all getting bored of rusted trucks by now. Another one

    55mm FE shot wide open at 1.8. I cropped this a little than did a 100 percent crop.





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    Last one I promise. ZA 85mm 1.4 at 1.7

    I like how this lens renders



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    All handheld.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Feeling FORD.
    FE55 at F5

    The black and white are cool, and I love the old badges and sweeping shapes. But this one slays me. For some reason I start singing Paul Simon...
    new album | nostatic | music
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    55mm FE wide open

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    Quote Originally Posted by nostatic View Post
    The black and white are cool, and I love the old badges and sweeping shapes. But this one slays me. For some reason I start singing Paul Simon...
    I pumped it up with color editor in C1. Kodachrome 25 i would say. LOL
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    From a snow day today. Two roads diverged....or maybe better "Crossroads"?

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