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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    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.

    Thanks Bart. You are welcome.
    Excellent question about corner sharpness or smearing of WATE on NEX-7.

    I actually did some checks back in 2012.03.22. Here are my results.
    Unfortunately I forgot which f-number I used.
    But based on the exposure times it sure looks like I stopped down a bit.

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

    Full resolution image: http://winklers.smugmug.com/KHW/2012..._6000x4000.jpg


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

    Full resolution image: http://winklers.smugmug.com/KHW/2012..._6000x4000.jpg


    16/4 Wide Angle Tri-Elmar-M ASPH (WATE)

    Full resolution image: http://winklers.smugmug.com/KHW/2012..._6000x4000.jpg
    With best regards, K-H.

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    On other A7 threads reports and shots of "which lens works well with A7" are so contradictory and confusing that one has to conclude that adapters seem toplay a major part in the result. Otherwise, how can you explain that some claim the Summilux 50 to be a joy, and others "very disappointing, with serious issues"?

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    I agree with you that adapters are adding a dimension that makes comparisons even more difficult. In addition, I think an important factor to keep in mind when weighing the opinion of others is that there are those who pixel-peep and those who don't. The magnification factor achieved when viewing A7R files at 100% is considerably greater than e.g. with files from a Leica M9 or an NEX-5/6. From discussions I've read elsewhere, this fact seems to lead some people to conclude that results from the A7R are worse than they really are. The reality is that you see every artifact in much more detail. Working with my D800E, I've come to accept that very few of my Leica-R and Zeiss ZF.2 lenses deliver outstanding results corner-to-corner (and those only at ideal apertures).

    Edit: also, let's not forget shooting technique. A 36MP sensor is *very* unforgiving as far as motion blur is concerned. A tripod alone is nowhere near a guarantee for a blur-free image, especially with non-IS lenses. Due to its lack of an electronic first shutter curtain as well as its light weight and small surface area around the tripod mount, I expect the A7R to be even more demanding than the D800E with this respect.
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    I concur absolutely, Ron!

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    well
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark K View Post
    well
    No EXIF, no info!?!

    C'mon...
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Gerald,

    The poison and cure are coincidently the same "BUY IT NOW" one evil bay, hahaha...

    I have written my brief review here:
    My first impression with A7R -

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald.d View Post
    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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    Super tele with the tiny A7R
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    For one such lens, the 36MP digi back is well worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyen View Post
    Super tele with the tiny A7R
    I'm looking forward to testing my long Canon glass with the A7R, too. The NEXen work very well on these lenses with the Metabones smart adapter. Which adapter are you using? And how to you like the 200-400 EF?

    PS: Thanks for your review!

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    I did mount 135L on my A7 but ...I have no idea how to stopping it down from aperture 2...besides..the Kenko nex ext tub works fine except leaving dark corners

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    I sure hope the a7r works well with Metabones M-E mount and R-E mount adapters.

    Vivek-This is your week. Congrats and good luck.

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    ...I am waiting for QDEO Tech's newer EF mount converter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark K View Post
    I did mount 135L on my A7
    Many thanks for solving the mystery. Looks good!

    ...but I have no idea how to stopping it down from aperture 2
    The Metabones Smart Adapter Mk III is the only option I know of, but there probably are others.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark K View Post
    I did mount 135L on my A7 but ...I have no idea how to stopping it down from aperture 2...besides..the Kenko nex ext tub works fine except leaving dark corners
    There is a dirty trick : put the lens on your Canon body, set the aperture you need, press the DOF preview button and dismount the lens without shutting the camera down. The aperture on the lens should remain the one you have set on the Canon body.

    As said a dirty trick because you need to have a Canon body along and to mount it on the Canon body each time you want to change the aperture. But it may be useful to set the aperture at say F8 or somewhere between F5.6 and F11 and leave it there rather than at the widest aperture.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by algrove View Post
    I sure hope the a7r works well with Metabones M-E mount and R-E mount adapters.

    Vivek-This is your week. Congrats and good luck.
    Lou, Every second of my life is mine, as I hope everyone else' is theirs.

    I thank you for your kind wishes.

    Just got an email confirmation from Sony that my A7R will be delivered tomorrow, as scheduled.
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    BTW, a hearty thanks to all you early adopters for jumping right in and sharing what you learn. - John

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Bart. You are welcome.
    Excellent question about corner sharpness or smearing of WATE on NEX-7.

    I actually did some checks back in 2012.03.22. Here are my results.
    Unfortunately I forgot which f-number I used.
    But based on the exposure times it sure looks like I stopped down a bit.
    Hi there Karl-Heinz,

    thanks a lot again and what can I say: glad I've no WATE ...

    Kind regards.
    Bart ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Just got an email confirmation from Sony that my A7R will be delivered tomorrow, as scheduled.
    Vivek, you ... you lucky ........

    But if I am really lucky, I'll have mine by the end of the week.
    Keeping fingers crossed, but not holding my breath ...

    Kind regards.
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    Hi Bart, Not lucky but a bit smart by going with sony.nl (and all the perks that come with it- free delivery, right of return for full refund within 30 days and a 3 year service package) than any of the shops, based on prior experience. Many claimed delivery last week! I put in an order (now I know how many photo shops are out here!!) and when it came to confirmation, they all said 20th Nov!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Hi there Karl-Heinz,

    thanks a lot again and what can I say: glad I've no WATE ...

    Kind regards.
    You are welcome Bart.
    I can see that!

    So, shot with NEX-5N + WATE last Saturday morning when the County Utilities folks repaired our electrical power line.



    With best regards, K-H.
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    Raymond

    Thanks for the postings.

    It looks like those are tough shots to make hand held. What speed were you using on most of them? Thanks.
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    Arrrggghh! I am itching to get my grubby little hands on these puppies and participate in this thread. The shots from the A7 and 35 ZM are looking amazing!! Oh Amazon, dear Amazon - make sure my pre-order ships before DEC 1st!

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    NOT SEEING ENOUGH IMAGES DAMNIT. LOL

    Okay stop being greedy and all of them to yourself, your not supposed to be out there playing with your new toys. Your supposed to posting images. SHARE with us poor souls. ROTFLMAO
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyen View Post
    Gerald,

    The poison and cure are coincidently the same "BUY IT NOW" one evil bay, hahaha...

    I have written my brief review here:
    My first impression with A7R -

    Cheers,

    Ray
    Thanks for posting! But surely that can't really be what the Super-Elmar 21/3.4 looks like wide open?

    edit: yeah I think the first set of shots are really some other lens. Then there's another set (shot downwards towards the bricks) that is also labeled as the 21/3.4 and is probably that lens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    NOT SEEING ENOUGH IMAGES DAMNIT. LOL

    Okay stop being greedy and all of them to yourself, your not supposed to be out there playing with your new toys. Your supposed to posting images. SHARE with us poor souls. ROTFLMAO
    ....and the wide ones....give me the wide experiences and Pictures, would like to see some Nikkors on too (just an 20/2.8 D could do it for my part, or a 14mm Samyang)...please
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    Action / movement shots please. Raymond, maybe if the Dachshund was moving, I would have a better idea of how the camera handles quick moving subjects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    Action / movement shots please. Raymond, maybe if the Dachshund was moving, I would have a better idea of how the camera handles quick moving subjects.
    At this stage of the game, I'd personally prefer relatively distant and planar subjects (dare I say brick walls?), carefully focused on the corners and provided with detailed lens information. Such images may enable those of us still sitting on the fence to decide which of the two models (if any) would be the best choice…

    Edit: but then again, I'm not sure if brick walls would fit into the category 'Fun with the A7/7R'…
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    OK, Sony delivered!

    Will try to get out in a bit to shoot with it (cold and cloudy with poor light). Just set up the camera (battery is already down by 35%) and have not fired a shot yet.

    The Camera gets a already from me.

    Only regret is that I did not preorder the FE 35/2.8. AF appears blazingly fast!
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    Sounds like a 3 battery a day diet for this cam.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    OK, Sony delivered!
    Brilliant - congratulations!

    Perhaps you can find a well lit brick wall?

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    The Amstel brewery used to have a brick wall when I had my office across the street from it.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    OK, Sony delivered!

    Will try to get out in a bit to shoot with it (cold and cloudy with poor light). Just set up the camera (battery is already down by 35%) and have not fired a shot yet.

    The Camera gets a already from me.

    Only regret is that I did not preorder the FE 35/2.8. AF appears blazingly fast!
    Still not in my store

    Awaiting your first impressions Vivek!
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    cold, cloudy, poor light? seems like a good day to take photos as any day with a new camera is a good day to take photos.
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    Congrats and enjoy, Vivek. I'm sure you've got many things you want to try, but when you get to it, please share your impressions of your modified Sony 50 1.8.

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    Hi Vivek I know you have a plethora of old glass but if you could see your way to popping on Olympus or Contax that would be nice.

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    While we're waiting for Vivek to return and posting his first snaps, did anyone check out the PlayMemories Camera Apps ?
    PlayMemories Camera Apps™*

    The exciting new application download service, PlayMemories Camera Apps, lets you add new functions to your camera’s existing feature-set to heighten photographic expression according to your own creative needs. Two applications are currently available for the α7R as of Oct. 16, 2013. Direct Upload uploads photos directly to networking services and Smart Remote Control allows a smartphone to control the camera. Many more apps will become available later, including Multiple Exposure, Lens Compensation, Photo Retouch and Picture Effect+.
    That Lens Compensation tool, soon to be released for the A7(r) too, looks very promising.

    This app lets users manually select correction values for lens peripheral shading, chromatic aberration and distortion. By saving the correction values as a lens profile, the same correction can be applied while shooting anytime.
    ・ Peripheral Shading: Corrects brightness and the intensity of reds and blues around the edges of images
    ・ Chromatic Aberration: Corrects red and blue lateral aberration
    ・ Distortion: Corrects barrel and pincushion distortion
    Kind regards.
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    Good going VIVEK! Looking forward to see "FUN" snaps from your new camera!
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Great stuff everyone, keep 'em coming. It may be a few more weeks before any arrive here in my neck of the woods...I should get to try one out this week-end, though, as a friend got his.
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    The images look promising. Thanks, Raymond!
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    Well, it's 22H30 where Vivek lives. Maybe he will stay out all night!

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    Hey if Vivek does not post soon , I'm going to call him in MIA. One of two things can be going on, he fell hopelessly in love with the dang thing and staying out all night shooting up a storm. Or he is trying to track down the dude that took it out of his hands and won't give it back. ROTFLMAO

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    Houston ground control calling planet Vivek…
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