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    re: Fun With Sony _____

    Thanks Mikal. No way a mile track would fit on this property, the terrain is far too rugged. The bikes and birds were all shot with the 70-400G on a900.

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    Dave_Anderson, so do i!

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    No offense but the discussions on the new Sonys are getting a bit ponderous, so I decided (I am a nobody with no authority) to bore you guys with some photos that I took this past Friday night. The Professor Marc W. gave me some pointers on how to drag the shutter because he knows how much I hate flash. Not sure I did him proud with these non Pulitzer winning photos but I am not Uncle Bob with a fancy camera pushing his way in front of everyone for the best shot. Shot with the a900, 35/2 purchased from Show Performance several months ago, and the dedicated Sony flash for the a900.




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    RX 100 II

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    re: Fun With Sony _____

    Same.


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    Fun with the A7/7R

    I am still waiting for my A7R with these. My fun starts next week.


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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Well, let's give this thread a proper start ...









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    Drooling and waiting… any day now….
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Well, let's give this thread a proper start ...
    You will find out what a proper start this is when that lens (yeah that is a lens!) in the middle is mounted on the A7R and the results known. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    You will find out what a proper start this is when that lens (yeah that is a lens!) in the middle is mounted on the A7R and the results known. :-)
    What is it, Vivek ? A pinhole lens ?
    C'mon, you can show us ...

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    I picked up an A7 today in Tokyo. Shot a bit with a Zeiss ZM 35mm f2. I went for the A7, and not the A7r because for my purposes 24 MP is enough, and I am less worried about absolute maximum sharpness since most (99%) of the shooting I do is without a tripod, in available light. My first impression after 40 or so frames is that I am going to really like this camera. It has plenty of well placed physical controls, is very customizable, and has a very nice EVF.


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    Those look really god and are pretty sharp.
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    Many thanks for these, Jeff! Looking very good!!

    I just posted something in a different thread that might be of interest:

    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/549070-post117.html
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Just in case you missed these (brace yourself if you have an investment in RF WA lenses):

    SONY A7R With Rangefinder Lenses - a set on Flickr
    SONY A7 With Rangefinder Lenses - a set on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Pfister View Post
    Just in case you missed these (brace yourself if you have an investment in RF WA lenses):

    SONY A7R With Rangefinder Lenses - a set on Flickr
    SONY A7 With Rangefinder Lenses - a set on Flickr
    Thanks. Yup. The good, the bad, and the ugly.
    Unfortunately no pics with the WATE among those images.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Pfister View Post
    Just in case you missed these (brace yourself if you have an investment in RF WA lenses):

    SONY A7R With Rangefinder Lenses - a set on Flickr
    SONY A7 With Rangefinder Lenses - a set on Flickr
    Wow. It seems A7 > A7r in terms of corner artifact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roanjoh View Post
    Wow. It seems A7 > A7r in terms of corner artifact.
    In terms of vignetting and color shift, definitely. These can be corrected quite well in post, though - as long as they aren't too severe. The WA Heliars are probably a lost cause on the A7R, unfortunately. But then again, 12 and even 15 mm are not your everyday focal lengths on full frame.

    What I'm really curious about (and what we can't really judge from these images, I find), is smearing and loss of image detail in the corners. We need full-res images for that, I'm afraid...
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    And we need pics taken with the WATE!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Pfister View Post
    We need full-res images for that, I'm afraid...
    ...which I just discovered can still be accessed in the new flickr UI. Things don't look good for the Biogon ZM 2.8/21, unfortunately. Pretty strong smearing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Pfister View Post
    ...which I just discovered can still be accessed in the new flickr UI. Things don't look good for the Biogon ZM 2.8/21, unfortunately. Pretty strong smearing.
    The results are not very encouraging to say the least. Even the 35mm shows corner smearing. I thought it would be safe at that focal range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roanjoh View Post
    Wow. It seems A7 > A7r in terms of corner artifact.
    In terms of vignette and purple shift, yes. But smearing, no. IMO, only 50 cron and longer focal range are ok. If one want manual focus wide angle now, the best choice is probably getting slr lenses such as decent contax/yashica.

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    disappointed. Was going to buy it to use Leica lenses, as a back up to the Monochrom. I guess no more

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    FYI, take those with a grain of salt - look at the ZM50 pictures at f/5.6, for instance. The left side is fuzzy and the right side is not. Lens? adapter? something else? I don't know.

    I'm certainly not expecting perfection with my wider RF lenses on the A7R. But, I haven't given up on it completely yet. I'll just have to see if it is good enough for me when I get mine.

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    A7R ready to go : )
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    I shot some more images with the A7 today. You can find the full resolution images at the following link. The lens used for each shot is identified in the file name. These are all shot as JPEGs.

    Sony A7 test images - sushicam

    Some thoughts from todays shooting:

    1.) The CV 15mm SWH does have serious corner smearing and a magenta shift on the A7.

    2.) The Contax 35-70mm f3.4 Vario-Sonnar, while kind of big on the A7 body, makes for a nice walk around lens on this camera. I did not buy the 28-70 kit zoom, as I would be willing to bet the Vario-Sonnar beats it by a significant margin in regards to image quality.

    3.) The Canon ltm 35mm f2 is an absolute gem on the A7. Buy one before the prices rise any further.

    4.) Longer lenses are a lot sharper in the corners than wide angles, as would be expected. Because of the great EVF of the A7/r I expect the price of tele ltm/M mount lenses to rise as people start realizing how great they perform, and how easy they are to use on this camera.

    5.) The A7 drains a battery pretty fast. I got about 200 images and my battery was down to 9%. However I was doing a lot of chimping, so that no doubt had an affect.

    6.) I LIKE this camera!


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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Pfister View Post
    Just in case you missed these (brace yourself if you have an investment in RF WA lenses):

    SONY A7R With Rangefinder Lenses - a set on Flickr
    SONY A7 With Rangefinder Lenses - a set on Flickr
    ..this look really bad. Then the mainidea seems to have totally gone for my part, unless I'm willing to use the Nikkor 14-24, which seems to be doing pretty well at camelab.com, but its rather bulky..., and I thought I've left it behind me for good...hhmmm
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    My plan was to use it for LeicaM, the ZM Sonnar 50 and CV15mm lenses. I`m glad I cancelled my pre-order a couple of day ago. It seems there is no retirement for my trusty M9 in sight.

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    Many thanks for sharing your images, Jeff. Looks very encouraging! Beautiful flare in that one shot with the Canon ltm 35. Could you perhaps post an image that shows the Vario-Sonnar on the A7? I'd be interested in the proportions of lens vs. body...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    ..this look really bad. Then the mainidea seems to have totally gone for my part, unless I'm willing to use the Nikkor 14-24, which seems to be doing pretty well at camelab.com, but its rather bulky..., and I thought I've left it behind me for good...hhmmm
    thorkil
    Personally, I've decided that compact WA SLR primes (C/Y, Leica-R, others?) are the way to go for me until Zeiss shows their hand with their MF FE lens line-up next year. It clearly doesn't make sense for me to invest in any more M-mount glass wider than 35-40mm, as I don't own a digital Leica-M body.

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    Ron,

    As requested, at the following link you can find a gallery showing both the Contax Vario-Sonnar 35-70, and the Leica Summicron 35mm V4 both mounted on the A7.

    Sony A7 with Contax Vario-Sonnar and 35 mm Summicron V4 mounted - sushicam

    The Summicron balances very nicely on the A7. The Vario-Sonnar, not at all. But the versatility and image quality of the Contax lens make it worth using.

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    Superb - many thanks, Jeff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Pfister View Post
    Personally, I've decided that compact WA SLR primes (C/Y, Leica-R, others?) are the way to go for me until Zeiss shows their hand with their MF FE lens line-up next year. It clearly doesn't make sense for me to invest in any more M-mount glass wider than 35-40mm, as I don't own a digital Leica-M body.
    I've only got some M-lenses and some Nikkor. But I could perhaps use a 14mm Samyang for Nikon to go wide plus the standard 28-70(have to wait for some test or wait to test it myself), until Sony/zeis make some wide ones.
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    Anyone think that the guy on Flickr picked lenses that he knew might not perform well? Maybe he sells Leica gear and wants to lower his M240 inventory.

    No WATE and how about Contax G AF lenses?

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    That's not fair. the guy went through the trouble so all of us would be better informed before spending our money. I appreciate his efforts. The lenses he picked are popular M lenses and I have 2 of them.

    WATE is not a common lens. I won't be surprised if it doesn't work well.

    I'm glad I held my horses before ordering one. wheww, withdrawn my M9p sales ad

    Quote Originally Posted by algrove View Post
    Anyone think that the guy on Flickr picked lenses that he knew might not perform well? Maybe he sells Leica gear and wants to lower his M240 inventory.

    No WATE and how about Contax G AF lenses?

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    The first time I saw this image it was momentarily like when I had my View-Master 50 years ago. This image really pops out like crazy. Proof that 3D effects has nothing to do with bokeh or OOF.
    Sony has with the A7r something really significant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyen View Post


    A7R ready to go : )
    Very much looking forward to your thoughts on the A7R. My fingers are poised on a "buy it now" link on eBay

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    There are some samples up on Flickr with the Rokkor 40/2 on the A7 that are stunning. I always loved that lens on my CL so it will be a must (re)buy with the A7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Show Performance View Post
    There are some samples up on Flickr with the Rokkor 40/2 on the A7 that are stunning. I always loved that lens on my CL so it will be a must (re)buy with the A7.
    I have one (swell lens) and will check it on the A7R in a few days.

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    The blend of Minolta 100 soft with A850
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    If anyone had some suggestions for some proper usable wide-prime/s from 14mm and up, or perhaps a wide zoom, for the 7 or 7r, and not too expensive, and perhaps some pictures already, that would be very nice.
    (I guess the M-summicron's 50/2 and 90/2 could do a proper job.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    If anyone had some suggestions for some proper usable wide-prime/s from 14mm and up, or perhaps a wide zoom, for the 7 or 7r, and not too expensive, and perhaps some pictures already, that would be very nice.
    (I guess the M-summicron's 50/2 and 90/2 could do a proper job.)
    thorkil

    It appears so, doesn't it.
    I wonder how the Rigid Summicron from the 1950s will be doing?
    With best regards, K-H.

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    I have read one comment (no pics) indicating that the WATE was clean. As it is also clean on the NEX 7, I am ready to believe it.
    So far, it seems that the Ultron 21 is free of smear, but with some colour shift/vignetting, so probably one of the best options.
    In my case, I will try my Touit 12mm in crop mode. That should give me a clean 18mm with still plenty of pixels from my A7R.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    There are some A7R/WATE images here:

    Flickr: RangefinderNotDead's Photostream

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Steve Huff just posted a quick A7/A7R update:

    Sony A7 and A7r in the house..review in progress! | STEVE HUFF PHOTOS

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    Quote Originally Posted by philber View Post
    In my case, I will try my Touit 12mm in crop mode. That should give me a clean 18mm with still plenty of pixels from my A7R
    You should achieve very similar results as on an NEX-6. The pixel pitch is almost identical. Better high-ISO performance than on the NEX-7, that's for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philber View Post
    I have read one comment (no pics) indicating that the WATE was clean. As it is also clean on the NEX 7, I am ready to believe it.
    So far, it seems that the Ultron 21 is free of smear, but with some colour shift/vignetting, so probably one of the best options.
    In my case, I will try my Touit 12mm in crop mode. That should give me a clean 18mm with still plenty of pixels from my A7R.
    As it is also clean on the NEX 7 ... Well, not completely, please see here: Leica User Forum - Einzelnen Beitrag anzeigen - Question for NEX-7 users re M-wide lenses
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    I used a WATE on my NEX 7 for a couple of weeks, and could not get it to generate colour shift, even at infinity and 16mm...
    I couldn't see the pics, not being a member at that forum, but, from the post, I am not alone in calling the WATE clean on NEX 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philber View Post
    I used a WATE on my NEX 7 for a couple of weeks, and could not get it to generate colour shift, even at infinity and 16mm...
    I couldn't see the pics, not being a member at that forum, but, from the post, I am not alone in calling the WATE clean on NEX 7.
    Well, I could post the images here.
    On that site registration is free and one only needs to supply an email address.
    Anyway, in terms of proving something here one counter example seems sufficient, logically speaking.

    21/4 Wide Angle Tri-Elmar-M ASPH (WATE)


    18/4 Wide Angle Tri-Elmar-M ASPH (WATE)


    16/4 Wide Angle Tri-Elmar-M ASPH (WATE)
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Here are some images with the WATE and A7r (scroll down to the bottom):

    Leica Tri-Elmar 16-18-21mm f/4 ASPH - a set on Flickr

    Looks much better than any other wide Leica M.

    I also liked the Rokkor/M 40 & 90 shots that were mentioned earlier. I have access to those lenses, maybe I should pick up an A7r.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/grahamgibson/
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Well, I could post the images here.
    On that site registration is free and one only needs to supply an email address.
    Anyway, in terms of proving something here one counter example seems sufficient, logically speaking.
    Hi Karl-Heinz,
    thanks for posting these WATE shots, however it only shows vignetting/colour-shift, but what about corner sharpness ?

    Thanks and best regards.
    Bart ...
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