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    Thanks Werner, appreciate it.

    To finish my Cat mission in Sony threads

    Bert with the A850 and Minolta Original 35/2:
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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Pegelli, perfect. Excellent composition!
    +1 Nice work!
    Who is the exhibitor? Did find out myself already. Luc Coeckelberghs and invited artists.
    I see there i s an upcoming exhibition of Awoiska van der Molen.
    She makes intriguing analoque nightshots in black and white.
    We shared the same Gallery in Amsterdam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    +1 Nice work!
    Who is the exhibitor? Did find out myself already. Luc Coeckelberghs and invited artists.
    Thanks Michiel, appreciate it. Glad you found the reference, I would not have known it because the reason we were there was the opening of the Krokusfestival with the premiere of the Fabuleus production DUB (Our youngest daughter is part of the cast). We had to wait until the theatre was opened in the area where they were building the exhibition and just used these empty 10 minutes to my advantage
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    We are not a cat family. Don't like the sneaky little things. Lol
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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    One man's sneaky, is another man's stealthy.

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    Dogs have masters, cats have staff
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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    From last weekend. The old "New Isis" movie theater in Fort Worth Texas, near the stock yards. A7 with Sony Zeiss 35mm f/2.8.
    Great series Matt, Lovely building and I like how you've used the harsh sun/shadows as a strength

    Only wonder about the exifs, they all show a focal length of 28 or 31 mm, and I didn't know the CZ E 35/2.8 had zoom capabilities
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    Sony A7 + Elmarit-R 24mm f/2.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    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.

    [CENTER]

    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 ...
    enjoy!
    I own a similar glad/cup and couldn't resist showing it :



    Sorry for that, but I still haven't decided whether to get an A7/7r or not, so this is just a casual shot taken with an iPhone 5 sometimes ago.

    Is your glass/cup straighter at the bottom ? Mine is larger at the bottom, offers better stability :-)

    BTW nice series of shots, I like the first two (coffee top and and the glass) and also the first picture of the man and lap top, but the second one is not too flattering for him.
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    Stuff that pays the bills. This is for a Tuxedo and Gown catalog for Choir type stuff.

    Shot with 5 strobes 2 on the background to make cutout easier than 2 soft boxes and a spot diffused on the clothing from the front.

    Shot with the A7r at F10 85 1.4 ZA and Manual focus. One of my points about AF and ZA glass is evident here . i can't get the AF box high enough to hit her face only gets to about the chest area and with garments that have no contrast to AF off of, the lens will just hunt. Solution go manual bump up the focus mask to medium and when I see her eye light up Im nailed in on focus. This is a case where the focus peaking really works since i really don't have time to zoom in and focus. Now any other AF system the same issue would happen if you can't get the AF box to go that far up. On the Sony the FE lenses WILL go that high but given the Sony Adapter 4 designed from the A99 tech it will not. Here we need two things from Sony a better designed ZA to E adapter to take advantage of the FE lens and cam capabilities and of course all new FE glass with a good amount of primes. Until than these are the limitations we face in regards to AF capabilities. Not a deal breaker and i did very well here with manual focus and honestly AF might of helped slightly but given a different situation this could have been tough to do. This needs to be addressed.




    I should mention here the target audience is not high fashion but schools and church groups deciding on what the choir wears which is very basic designed cloths and inexpensive. Like I said it pays the bills, keeps a steak in my mouth and a bone for the dogs. LOL

    Another solution but did not use it was I could have shot the 55mm FE lens or better yet if I had the 24-70 on hand i would have certainly used that. Why I asked on another thread how is 70mm.
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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Lets hope they have a nice 85mm on the way.
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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Me too Ben. The ZA 85mm 1.4 of today is very nice indeed but this limitation will strike others in a similar situation where you can't get the AF point high enough. Wedding shooters immediately comes to mind. This is one of those lets band together and hammer it home to Sony. This one in my mind is the most serious limitation i hit yet on these systems but funny its not much talked about. I think this is a classic example here posted of that limitation.
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    BTW i know this is a fun thread but I felt a good place to post this for folks as the audience is big and needs to know about this.
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    pegelli the cat is really letting it's paw hang low, lovely pic.

    So are you acquired a 40mm 1.4 penf ? The additional of another adapter is minimal in size, and it is very cheap. I would recommend you just leave the adapter permanently attached to the 40mm, and as you acquire more pen f lens, just get more adapters as required.

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    captured this yesterday in a cafe while testing my old Elmarit R 135mm using SB on my Nex 5r



    I had forgotten how easy it is to manual focus this lens. Subjects literally snap into focus

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Dogs have masters, cats have staff
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKffm2uI4dk

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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Me too Ben. The ZA 85mm 1.4 of today is very nice indeed but this limitation will strike others in a similar situation where you can't get the AF point high enough. Wedding shooters immediately comes to mind. This is one of those lets band together and hammer it home to Sony. This one in my mind is the most serious limitation i hit yet on these systems but funny its not much talked about. I think this is a classic example here posted of that limitation.
    That much focus recompose should not be a problem at studio apertures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mazor View Post
    So are you acquired a 40mm 1.4 penf ?
    Unfortunately not, those pics were with a loaner. So far I only found a PEN-F 42/1.2 in a bit beat-up condition (glass was clean) but they still wanted 550 € for it, so I let it pass for the moment.

    Lovely pic with the Elmarit R. I had one on my R3 30 years ago, liked it a lot but it got stolen in Greece in '84 or '85 (together with the body, a cron 35 and a Macro 60). That was the unfortunate end of my R-system.
    However the good thing that came from it is that I switched to Olympus OM, and kept all those lenses and they are now in use on my NEX's

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    Timeless and excellent, John!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    ..
    Is your glass/cup straighter at the bottom ? Mine is larger at the bottom, offers better stability :-)
    LOL! Are we to start another competition on glass mugs now? "Mine's prettier than yours...!" ]'-)

    The set I have tapers at the bottom. There's a certain amount of foreshortening with this short a focal length that exaggerates it. I think they're beautiful ... :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    .. BTW nice series of shots, I like the first two (coffee top and and the glass) and also the first picture of the man and lap top, but the second one is not too flattering for him.
    Thank you! Yes, he was becoming irritated ... and the wide angle distortion conveyed it well.

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    I took out the Nikkor 18mm f/3.5 AI-S and the Nokton 40/1.4 MC this morning.


    Did most of the shooting with the Nikkor. It produces good results wide open and excellent results at f/8, good at infinity although I think it sings best a bit closer in. I think this lens is a winner what's going to be interesting is whether the Elmarit-R 19mm is noticeably better performing.

    A page with links to a few full-size JPEGs for your entertainment https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...8mm/index.html

    I have a little less enthusiasm for the Nokton 40. It's very nice on center but does not have the crisp focusing feel of the Nikkor 18, never mind any of the Leica R lenses. There's some minor corner smearing visible in photos which have fine corner details. However, it's a very handy size and weight, could be a good lens when I want a lighter, small camera. I'll do some more shooting with it.

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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Guys, we're trying to keep all of the Fun-With threads into single threads so folks can compare images directly. It gets tough to have multiple fun with threads every time a new version of a cam comes out. So ths Fun with A7/A7r thread one is getting merged into the main fun with Sony thread.

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    'stand fast' - A99 with Sony 70-300G
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    Thanks Jack. It's nice to have just one "fun with" thread to have to keep up with ...

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    Handheld on a cold grey day in Ottawa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Great series Matt, Lovely building and I like how you've used the harsh sun/shadows as a strength

    Only wonder about the exifs, they all show a focal length of 28 or 31 mm, and I didn't know the CZ E 35/2.8 had zoom capabilities
    Pegelli: Sorry, my bad. It was the Sony 28-70mm zoom. This was shot with the Sony Zeiss 35mm f/2.8



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    More Fort Worth, Texas, near the stock yards. A7 with Sony 28-70 mm.











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    Another experiment with the Expodisc and Adobe Flat Field plug-in (AFF), this time with 28mm f2.8 Hexanon-M on A7. The lens doesn't smear in the corners but adds a blue tint, which AFF removed entirely. I like a bit of vignetting and had to add some!

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    And another – in the same vein.

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    Third one.

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    "Wetlands"



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    Nice shot Werner, this combo A7r and leica apo 280 is simply awesome

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    Yea, awesome big and heavy....
    Thanks , anyhow!!
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    Huh?! Moved and merged again ...
    Had just prepared my cat shot for the new fun tread ...

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    Re: The New Fun with Sony A7 & A7r Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Guys, we're trying to keep all of the Fun-With threads into single threads so folks can compare images directly. It gets tough to have multiple fun with threads every time a new version of a cam comes out. So ths Fun with A7/A7r thread one is getting merged into the main fun with Sony thread.

    Thanks,
    It's not just a version of a cam which made the A7/r different, it's a very different type of camera, a new genre and I honestly believe deserves its own home.
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    Sony NEX 7 + Contax G 28/2.8 @ f/4 ISO100 1/320
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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonkirk View Post
    Third one.

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    I used to have a friend, now long dead, who would often say (with a sardonic expression) "Are we having fun yet?"

    Somehow this Rhea bird's expression really reminded me of that look!

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    "Alternative means of transportation"











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    Wondering: haven't seen any stuff from Vivek in a long time. Also: having great fun and great results with Nikon MF/A7...have posted several examples...no one interested in Nikon/A7?

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    Japanese doll festival



    Sony a7 + M-Rokkor 40mm f2

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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Wondering: haven't seen any stuff from Vivek in a long time. Also: having great fun and great results with Nikon MF/A7...have posted several examples...no one interested in Nikon/A7?

    Roy Benson
    Hi Roy, it seems poor Vivek has been expelled from this site.
    Really too bad as I'm missing his many often very interesting contributions, hopefully it's not a ban for life.

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    From today's stroll around Amsterdam IJ.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Hi Roy, it seems poor Vivek has been expelled from this site.
    Really too bad as I'm missing his many often very interesting contributions, hopefully it's not a ban for life.

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    What is that sub Knorp? Looks rather old.
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    Agree it was a mistake

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    Went to the race last weekend. This was before the crowds and the rain, looking straight down.

    a7r w/ Leica 90 cron.

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