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    SPECTACULAR PHOTOS!

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    re: Fun With Sony _____

    Finally having fun with the 24-70 F4 now I have a good copy!

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    Beautiful, Tim!

    But.....the corners.. ..really bad....
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    re: Fun With Sony _____

    Got out of the storage my Leica Apo-Telyr R 280/2.8.

    The first time in about 20 years (sill then on film with a R6) that i shot with that lens today. Yes, it is an incredible beast...big and heavy like hell, the size of the cam is irrelevant with this bulk of glass.
    The cam with the grip was on a bigger Manfrotto monopod. It was still shaky, so i used high shutter speeds.
    A tripod would have been definitely better, well next time.
    DOF is of course thin like a knife....

    Think the quality of he combination is incredible and i had a lot of fun with that gear...


    At the Beaches of the Rhein






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    Great shots Werner, especially like the 2nd one with the lovely contrast between the white bokeh balls and the sharp/dark branches.

    Btw, I would love to have a "storage" that turns up a lens like that after 20 years.
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    This lonely little plant was sitting in a dimly lit corner, but I liked the lighting and took a quick hand held shot with the A7R and Leica R 35-70 f4 in macro mode.

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    Very Impressive Work Everyone!

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    So I took a little drive into the country to test out my new RMC Tokina 17/3.5. I wanted to get a decent wide angle that wouldnt break the bank and this one has some ok reviews. Seems to get the job done. Its in pristine shape as well and luckily it came in C/Y mount so I can also use it on my NEX 7 and speedbooster combo if need be. But here it is performing on the a7.





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    Well, the Elmarit-R 19mm is on the way, but I happened to be at the camera shop today. Glancing into the used gear department, I saw a very good looking Nikkor 18mm f/3.5 AI-S. My curiosity was piqued, I remember this as being a darn good lens once upon a time. I asked my buddy there what they would take for it. He quoted me an absurdly low price... Oh, piffle.

    Now I'll be able to compare the two lenses when the Elmarit arrives.









    Sony A7 + Nikkor 18mm f/3.5 AI-S
    All at f/3.5 for testing ...

    I think it does rather well*on the A7, at least wide open and at close range. I'll have to see how it performs at greater focus distances. And, of course, I have the Nikon F to use it with if I ever feel like shooting some film. ;-)

    fun fun fun ...
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    The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    I go away for a while and everything changes. WTF. Let's try and start over.

    PS. I was going to post a cat photo, but, Zenfolio is out until 3:00 am PST. I'll post it tomorrow if this thread is still here?

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    re: Fun With Sony _____

    Would love to hear your experiences with the sharpness and corners stopped down for both your 18mm Godfrey and your 17mm f/otographer. Great pics both!
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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    It's been amalgamated into the 'fun with sony' thread
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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    is there any other kind of fun with Sony? I thought everybody has A7/A7r these days ;-)

    Well, let's get it back here.. I believe Matt was missing a cat photo, so I'll start!

    A7r + FE 55/1.8

    Here we go:



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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Hey Mods we ain't done yet lot's to learn on this camera kit yet

    Speaking of "fun with" news, check this out A7R using the Voigtlander M lens close-up adapter.

    Frankly, I was more excited about this adapter item than the FE24-70/4 that was in the same B&H delivery.

    M lenses just do not focus very closely, but on the A7R with this adapter you can get much, much closer.

    This is the M75/2AA a quick grab shot of a little cup/composition on my kitchen counter to see how close I could get hand-held, available light, ISO 400, M75AA at f/5.6 or 8 for DOF if I recall correctly.

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    re: Fun With Sony _____

    I am confused now
    Still don't understand why the old thread was merged in the first place, but now I somehow like it, to see all the Sony shooters together in one thread.

    So I'll post here I think......or should I...

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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Have to agree why it was moved. I was in the dark on it.

    But did we really have to start with a cat. Geez

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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    No!

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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Feel the same like many of you about the merging of the threads .

    Don't know where to post.....

    so i give it a try here:


    With the "Beast"





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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    New: Fun with Filters with Fun with A7R...

    In honour of today's post over at Lloyd Chambers, I have done something that I have only ever tried in private shame before: Fun with Photoshop Oil Paint Filter. Lord save me. The rest of you, forgive me if you can.





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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    You must shoot 200 frames, jpg SOOC as a penance over the next week...
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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Here's the promised cat photo. A7 with Sony Zeiss 35mm f/2.8.



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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Juha: Thanks for the cat!
    Marc: I, too, have that adapter. You've inspired me to get it out and use it.
    Guy: I thought every photo thread had to start with a cat?
    Tim: Hopefully you haven't opened a can of worms? I'll refrain, out of respect for my fellow forum members, posting shots processed with "fried eggs", "deviant 2", "twisty fries", or any of the other LR presets that I've collected.
    Ben/Guy: I know, but, I liked them separate for the reason noted by Marc.
    Werner: That is a beast! what's the blue "ring" in the tree?

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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    New: Fun with Filters with Fun with A7R...

    In honour of today's post over at Lloyd Chambers, I have done something that I have only ever tried in private shame before: Fun with Photoshop Oil Pain Filter. Lord save me. The rest of you, forgive me if you can.

    Err ...umm ... well the first one is kinda pleasant. But please don't make a habit of that...

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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Lovely. Classic "tail wagging the dog!"

    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Feel the same like many of you about the merging of the threads .


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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Another Sony photo thread, I guess.


    Sony A7 + Ultron 28mm f/2
    ISO 100 @ f/2 @ 1/320 s

    enjoy
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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Juha: Thanks for the cat!
    Marc: I, too, have that adapter. You've inspired me to get it out and use it.
    Guy: I thought every photo thread had to start with a cat?
    Tim: Hopefully you haven't opened a can of worms? I'll refrain, out of respect for my fellow forum members, posting shots processed with "fried eggs", "deviant 2", "twisty fries", or any of the other LR presets that I've collected.
    Ben/Guy: I know, but, I liked them separate for the reason noted by Marc.
    Werner: That is a beast! what's the blue "ring" in the tree?

    Cheers, Matt
    Matt: The blue ring is a mark painted on the bush don't know what for, probably for the cut...
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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Flowers during winter...San Diego Botanical Garden, a few days ago.

    28-70mm @28mm, f4, 1/160sec., iso 1600

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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Did someone say they want a cat picture...Mr. Jack The Cat, say hello!

    28-70mm @68mm, f5.6, 1/160, iso 50

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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    How about one for dog lovers?

    "We're human, after all, and everybody's got something a little off somewhere." - Murakami Haruki, The fall of the Roman empire
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    'snow squall' - A99 24-70/2.8...should I be concerned with the soft corners?

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    Gorgeous... sod the corners! If you could get a little texture in the ground snow, that would be an all-time winner!

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    The little dog was nervous and ignoring my request to calm down and watch the camera. After a while I made a picture ... the dog was so surprised by the noise of the camera that he finally agreed to look at it. So the second picture was OK (more or less in focus, more or less well framed, but it's a dog).
    A7r, 55/1,8
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    I am confused now
    Me too, almost sent a PM to the mods to ask to merge in the "Fun with NEX" and "Fun with NEX7" threads in here as well and it now appears to have been an act of moderator piracy and a new "Fun with a7/a7R" is started. Whatever

    I don't mind watching more threads and with my outfit I'm still allowed to post pictures in two of those threads

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    A mix of leisure boats and real boats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Gorgeous... sod the corners! If you could get a little texture in the ground snow, that would be an all-time winner!
    Thanks very much, Tim! I'll work on the foreground texture a bit and see what I can pull out of it. It's fun to make pictures like this now and again...keeps the creative juices flowing.

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    First try with A7, M lens, and the Adobe Flat Field Plug-In. Looks to me like it works great with Expodisc.

    Lens was 40 Summicron @ f2.8 – this lens covers full frame w/o smearing, but of course vignettes at wide apertures.

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    love the snow squall. I'd crop a little off the bottom if you can't get any more detail there.

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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    For those interested how to get a long building on an old harbour crane track in one frame from very close by.

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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Sophie says REALLY!

    Lol


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    | leica vario-elmar-r 1:4.0/70-210 |


    | leica vario-elmarit-r 1:2.8-4.5/28-90 asph |
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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    The last one Bart, which building? I know my city well but I don't recognise this.
    Lovely architectural detail!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Would love to hear your experiences with the sharpness and corners stopped down for both your 18mm Godfrey and your 17mm f/otographer. Great pics both!
    Ben, I have only just come into possession of the Tokina so I will have to do some more shooting to see how the corners hold up. Its decently sharp wide open in the center and one stop down it sharpens up very nicely.

    The top pic is uncropped with little or no sharpening applied, so that can give you some idea of corner performance. To be honest I would be surprised if this lens ranks among the world class performers when it come to sharp corner wides. But I can already tell that for what I am looking for (and especially what I paid) it will be just fine. I have never been critical of corner performance in my art since I dont usually have any major thematic elements in the extreme corners. But if I was shooting for critical or paid client work then it would be a different story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    The last one Bart, which building? I know my city well but I don't recognise this.
    Lovely architectural detail!
    Hallo Michiel,

    it was shot through an attic window of a 5-star room in the Lloyd hotel.





    Detail crops (100%) of the tower:





    Kind regards.
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    Dogs? Where are they?? (A7 with Sony zeiss 55mm)

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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    From last weekend. The old "New Isis" movie theater in Fort Worth Texas, near the stock yards. A7 with Sony 28-70mm "kit" lens.













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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    The door... (A7 with Sony 28-70mm and effect)

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    An exposition (during the build up phase) in the Cultural Center of Hasselt (Belgium)

    1: Boxed


    2: Boxed 2


    3: Windmills


    All 3 A900 + Min O 35/2
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    Pegelli, perfect. Excellent composition!
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    They were complaining in the "Fun with a7(R)" thread that there were too few cat pictures in the other Sony threads

    So meet Bert :


    NEX6 + Olympus OM 135/2.8

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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Sophie says REALLY!

    Lol


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    "I love Cats. They're delicious".

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