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    Have a great time Bill! I find going from cold to hot climes tickles my creative fancy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    a7r and FE 55/1.8. For the next five weeks it'll be in South Africa and Botswana with me so I'll be off the forum for a while. Hopefully it will be at least +22C there!

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    Stay safe...I always breathe a sigh of relief when I land in London/Brussels/Paris on the way out of W Africa.

    Hope the light and fauna are stunning.

    Looking forward to your return posts....

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    Have a great trip Bill
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    A couple of low-light photos from the Art Institute of Chicago
    A7 + Kit Lens at 70mm/f5.6



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    Another one from this past weekend with the A7r and FE 55. Any thoughts on which is better? First is obviously cropped. Both are handheld. Need to spend more time there next time.... I love this red barn. I have a feeling I will be visiting it again in the future!



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    A7r and Canon RF 50mm 1.2 at F=5,6
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    Sony A7 with Nikkor Cine 100mm f2.8 @f2.8
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    We had beautiful wether yesterday, took the FE24-70 and the ZE 18/3.5 in my small bag for a short stroll to the wood nearby.

    Creek










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    Great shot Marbo!

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    I'm in a wrong league here, but figured I'll get started as well.. So here's one of the first shots I took with the A7r + 55/1.8. It's shot wide open and when we still had something like a winter here..

    //Juha

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    Luvwine, took me a moment but I prefer the second composition with the tree and its shadow seperated from the other elements in the picture.
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    HK IFC

    Yat

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    Quote Originally Posted by yatlee View Post
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    Very dreamy....beautifully captured
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Luvwine View Post
    Any thoughts on which is better?

    I prefer this version showing the complete curve of the fence. Gotta love red barns!

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    a7r | Leica Summicron 2,0/28mm
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    A lot of snow on the South Jersey Coast this year. A7R 35mm FE, polarizer filter, conversion in Silver Efex Pro, Tri-X 120 film emulation. At big enlargements on screen, the grain looks like the real thing.
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    a7r | Leica Summicron 2,0/28mm
    How do you like the 28 cron on the A7r? That's the one lens I most want to use on it.

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    Snow is piling up here as well. I have to dig out the fire hydrant in front of my house every couple of days. A7R with Leica 35-70 f/4 Vario-Elmar.

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    A7 can make moody/gloomy pictures too!

    Top, with 40 Summicron; bottom, 28 Konica Hexanon.

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    "Water Tower"

    Neckar River, Heidelberg



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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    How do you like the 28 cron on the A7r? That's the one lens I most want to use on it.

    --Matt
    Do not get me wrong, I love the lens.
    But at the a7/r it does not fit. The Smearing is too strong.
    I am very sad, because I like the lens using on the M.

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    If you are speaking of the M 28 i argere 100%.

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    Yea the one lens I would buy would be the M 28 cron but alias it won't work
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    Darn. I'd heard that, but was still hoping to hear differently. I'll just have to settle for the C/Y Zeiss 28/2.8. At 16-18MP, where I've tested it, it does fine against the M.

    I've been pestering people around the forums here about what system to take on a walking vacation. So far the votes are Photog friend: "M9 and done". Wife: Oly EM-5. GetDPI: A7r, lenses TBD. (I know what Graham would say). There isn't a bad answer here. There are tradeoffs all around, but any of these will get the job done to 16x20. Sadly for GAS, I already have the first two... but then I also already have the C/Y 28....

    Well, the trip isn't till May, there will be many opportunities for regrettable purchases

    Best,

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    I think a stroll to your local drug dealer is the answer. Hi I'm B&H what prescription can we fill today. Lol
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    I find when I take an interchangeable lens setup on walking holidays I tend to stick with one lens - it never seems a good moment to swap them, and as soon as I do, I shoot three frames and then went to change again. I just get more good pictures with a good zoom, even if each individual picture is not as technically good as it would have been with a prime.

    However, I very often find myself going back to a particular scene with a prime and tripod and shooting it 'properly' if I think it might be a real winner. But when I do that, the first one I took with the zoom is more often than not still better overall. It's a tough choice but I prefer a good zoom.
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    No question, Guy.

    I HAVE made it out of B&H without purchasing anything, but it's a dangerous place.


    Tim,

    I have the same experience. The 12-35 lives on my Oly. But one would hate to have a breathtaking dawn without a sharp lens at hand. I noticed also that the A7r/24-70 combo is about the same size and weight as the E-M1/12-40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    I find when I take an interchangeable lens setup on walking holidays I tend to stick with one lens - it never seems a good moment to swap them, and as soon as I do, I shoot three frames and then went to change again. I just get more good pictures with a good zoom, even if each individual picture is not as technically good as it would have been with a prime.

    However, I very often find myself going back to a particular scene with a prime and tripod and shooting it 'properly' if I think it might be a real winner. But when I do that, the first one I took with the zoom is more often than not still better overall. It's a tough choice but I prefer a good zoom.
    I don't know what it is but the first (intuďtive) shot is often the best with whatever lens is bolted on. But still I'll go back to certain places with the 'proper" lenses and sometimes it can be a (technical) improvement but you'll never find the same light.
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    Some very wide shots.
    I was at this house before but I think this shot is a little better. A perfect house with a neat little shopping car.

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    Michiel - Lovely, these pictures are just popping out of the screen like high def scenes.

    -- Eeraj
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaree View Post
    Michiel - Lovely, these pictures are just popping out of the screen like high def scenes.

    -- Eeraj
    Thank you Eeraj!
    There are wide angle alternatives if you like manual focussing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Thank you Eeraj!
    There are wide angle alternatives if you like manual focussing
    Michiel...your pictures are very great & tempting, the only problem is usd 700 price tag (this one is the cheapest) for the distagon 18/4. My god....the price of legacy manual lens is getting higher and higher. Blame the a7r

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    location: Stonington, Maine...a900 with 24-70 2.8
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    Did not realise the prices went up that high, bought mine for less then half the price years ago. Even the Olympus OM 21/3.5 is going to € 300 these days.

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    A7 and Leica apo-telyt 135/3.4
    Loving this combo so much easier and better than on the M

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    A lot of snow on the South Jersey Coast this year. A7R 35mm FE, polarizer filter, conversion in Silver Efex Pro, Tri-X 120 film emulation. At big enlargements on screen, the grain looks like the real thing.
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    "Water Tower 2"

    This one is converted to a privat home

    TSE 24/3.5 II L , 10mm upshift, small tripod - I love the TSE on the A7R





    The posterization in the sky is due to JPEG compression!
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    Went to the local zoo, Safari Wild Animal Park, with my A7 and the 55mm. The focal range of the 55mm is a bit short for taking pictures at the zoo, so I did a lot of cropping. Your C&C are welcome

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/dave920...7641239579643/
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

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    "Water Tower 2"

    This one is converted to a private home

    TSE 24/3.5 II L , 10mm upshift, small tripod - I love the TSE on the A7R

    (..)

    The posterization in the sky is due to JPEG compression!
    Great picture ! a Bernd and Hilla Becher in color !

    I would love to visit the home they have made inside. Are there some more windows on the other sides ?

    PS : I own the TSE 24/3.5 but the first version, did you own the first version before the second version ? if yes, how do they compare ? I know that you can now put the tilt and shift in the same dimension, which I can't, but what about IQ, are the corners much weaker than in the new version ?
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    Taken today in the Sun/rain combo that is England's weather. A7 and 55/1.8. Image is on the A303 in Wiltshire.


    DSC00506 by leephotographic, on Flickr
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    Thanks,

    no i did not own the first TSE, from reviews i have read the II is supposed to be much better than the first version.

    With the Metabones Smart II adapter the lens works perfect for me on the A7r.

    Unfortunately i had never used it that much on my 5DMKII : The combination was just to big and bulky for me. Now, though not really small with the A7, i can take the TSE with me in a smallish bag with 2 other lenses with no problems. BTW used as a regular 24 (with no tilt or shift) it is just perfect.

    The home in the tower is great!
    The tower was converted by two architects that live and work there, i have seen the inside published in a local newspaper when they opened their office.

    There where no regular windows allowed in the body of the tower (they found a lot of surprising solutions for that problem). The top story with 360 degree windows is just spectacular.
    They could be happy, to be allowed to build the elevator to the outside of the tower...
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    One from a very long dog walk today...

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    Very nice indeed Tim.
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    One from a very long dog walk today...

    That's just delightful, Tim. Really like it.

    Regards a prior comment:
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    I find when I take an interchangeable lens setup on walking holidays I tend to stick with one lens - it never seems a good moment to swap them, and as soon as I do, I shoot three frames and then went to change again. I just get more good pictures with a good zoom, even if each individual picture is not as technically good as it would have been with a prime. ...
    The whole zoom vs prime thing seems to be a quite personal predilection. I've never gotten comfortable with zoom, particularly mid-range zooms, I guess because when I work with a lens for a while, I begin to see the world in terms of its FoV limitations, and that translates directly into what I make exposures of. With zooms this become significantly more complex unless I simplify and just use one or another focal length setting all the time ... and then why would I carry the additional weight and deal with the slower speed?

    When I go on a photo session, I tend to have just camera and one or two lenses with me. I only very rarely switch lenses ... I pick what I'm in the mood to work with when I pack the bag and might switch to the alternate, but that's about it. Particularly when I'm traveling, I only rarely get to the same location more than once per trip so I might as well capture it with the lens that I want for the finish exposure, and carry that.

    I can go for weeks and even months with just one lens on the camera. And 80% of all exposures at the same lens opening too. It's just the way it works for me.

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    Thanks for the comments chaps, i like doing quite low key, formal landscapes and of course the joy of the camera/lens combo I used is that I can make a 40" print if I like !

    @ Godfrey, I totally get that approach. I'm very anal about framing and don't like to crop so I find zooms really useful, as long as they are good enough!

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

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    Thanks,

    no i did not own the first TSE, from reviews i have read the II is supposed to be much better than the first version.

    With the Metabones Smart II adapter the lens works perfect for me on the A7r.

    Unfortunately i had never used it that much on my 5DMKII : The combination was just to big and bulky for me. Now, though not really small with the A7, i can take the TSE with me in a smallish bag with 2 other lenses with no problems. BTW used as a regular 24 (with no tilt or shift) it is just perfect.

    The home in the tower is great!
    The tower was converted by two architects that live and work there, i have seen the inside published in a local newspaper when they opened their office.

    There where no regular windows allowed in the body of the tower (they found a lot of surprising solutions for that problem). The top story with 360 degree windows is just spectacular.
    They could be happy, to be allowed to build the elevator to the outside of the tower...
    Thanks for all these infos, I appreciate. Mm.. I've got to make some research on this water tower transformation. I'm sure it has been published in some architecture review. I have already seen churches and railways station transformed in homes, but not yet a water tower.

    Concerning the TSE lens : I don't take it out so often, although using the TSE lenses was the main reason why I decided to update the 5DI to the 6D.

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    Just some grungy urban landscapes, around King's Cross, London. All A7, first with CV21/1.8 and last two with FE35/2.8





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    A walk around the waterfront trail with the A7R + Leica Vario-Elmar f/4 35-70. Small images link to un-cropped 50% files.











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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    This wasn't really fun...but...putting these images in the "fun" thread gives them a chance of being seen...all four images (quite sharp, by the way) showing a ring of light like the water mark left by a wet glass on a table top. Adapter used was a Fotodiox...with the A7. Image #4 (lizard) was severely cropped on the right side...but the flare (ghosting?) can be seen on the left

    I have a lovely set of Leica R lenses...these were all taken with the 180/4 Elmar R...the other R lenses exhibit the same rings as the 180 used with this adapter. I switched to the Metabones R to NEX adapter and rings are no longer seen.

    I'll upload a set with the 180 using the Metabones adapter later.
    Last edited by benroy; 18th December 2014 at 08:50.
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