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    [CENTER]We had birds in the thread above, here is an other one (Lake Lugano, Switzerland):


    and here is the guy, a cormorant, at 100%
    Lovely photo - excellent - which lens were you using.

    Just this guy you know
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    Thanks for sharing these, Carl! Is this the IS L macro, or the non-L USM?
    It is the old non-L USM.
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Enjoying my A7...heavy handed low light, ISO 2500- 6400 processing with VSCO. All 50 Lux asph or 35 FLE...both work admirably on the A7 for this type of work. Colors of the LED sight lit wall kept changing from blue, to red, to yellow, to green, etc....making for fun painterly tones. Jenn tolerated my camera in exchange for a tasty sushi dinner lol:
    That is the first image (the first one) shown with the focus on the rock?

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    A7 with cron R 50 f/2


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    A7 with ZM Sonnar C 50 1.5


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    Another A7 with Cron R 50 f/2


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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Lovely photo - excellent - which lens were you using.
    Thanks Jono, for your kind words.
    The lens was a quite old Summicron M 90/2.0. This lens works perfect on the 7

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    Windgliding, with not a lot of wind.





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    FYI: Adobe has just released the final versions of ACR 8.3 and LR 5.3
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Missed the focus.


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    A7R + ZM85/2

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    Zeiss 35/2.8

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    By now I realized that the Revuenon will not auto focus with the A7R.


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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Summicron R 50/2 (version 1) is fuzzy in the corners, so I sold an original hood for it and bought the 50/1.4 Revuenon for that cash. Wide open shot on A7R.



    100% crop from the lower left corner.


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    Thanks Vivek. Is the photo and corner crop from the 50 mm Sumicron, or the new lens? I am interested because I have a rather early Summicron R f2, and A7R.
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    Dave, As I mentioned, the old Summicron 50/2 is fuzzy in the corners. The shot is from the old Revuenon 50/1.4 at f/1.4 (). The Summicron is not for shooting brick walls. It is for people shots (again, it is fuzzy wide open but is brilliant by f/4).

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    Three from this evening with quite some processing. I shot many frames between 2 and 30 seconds and there's no problem with vibration using the ASTAT/Nik>Nex combo with my Nikkor 28G and Cube/Gitzo rig.

    Quite different colour treatments





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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post

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    Quite different colour treatments

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    Tim: For me # 1, please! Nice one.
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    Cyclamen. The Canon 50mm f/1.2L on the A7R at f/2.8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Quite different colour treatments
    Yep, me too, love #1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Dave, As I mentioned, the old Summicron 50/2 is fuzzy in the corners. The shot is from the old Revuenon 50/1.4 at f/1.4 (). The Summicron is not for shooting brick walls. It is for people shots (again, it is fuzzy wide open but is brilliant by f/4).
    Thanks again Vivek. I have the 50mm f2 Summicron R and the 35mm f2.8 R elmarit, both fairly old, maybe late 1960s or early 70s. I have not tried them out yet on the A7R.
    Best regards
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    The flemish city Gent.

    Think as if you were in another century and their were no bycycles and only horses etc..........

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    A few more from last weekend. . .


    21 Super-Elmar


    CV15/4.5


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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Summicron R 50/2 (version 1) is fuzzy in the corners, so I sold an original hood for it and bought the 50/1.4 Revuenon for that cash.

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    Sony A7 with the Canon 50mm f0.95 "Dream Lens":


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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    To my big surprise the ZA 55/1.8 arrived today.
    SAR supposed delivery in Europe from Januar 20.2014.
    Santa delivered today...

    Not tested yet oc, it is dark, grey and cold here...but AF is very fast and silent..looks very good on the cam:




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    Yup, status for the FE55/1.8 on Sony web site is now "available".

    Concrats and happy shooting, Werner.
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    Congrats Werner! Show us some freezing pics!

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    Christmas is getting dangerously close...


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    I wonder if these two should be in vibration thread. They are taken with A7 and Canon fd 20/2.8 s.c.c . 1/20 and 1/10s. Camera on tripod and fired by Android phone. Aperture 5.6 I think. Lightroom 5.3

    Trees have been growing since 1930 when houses were mowed away.

    Third Image shot with Contax g 90.


    A7 Canon fd 20mm/2.8 scc 1/20 f 5.6 ISO 500


    A7 Canon fd 20mm/2.8 scc 1/10 f 5.6 ISO 640


    A7 Contax g 90/2.8 1/640s f 4 ISO 125
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post

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    Very nice Vivek, what lens?

    Thx

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    Agreed! The light is great!

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    Third Image shot with Contax g 90.
    Hannu, I love the image of the boat! Thanks for sharing...
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

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    Very nice Vivek, what lens?

    Thx
    Thanks, Mike.

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    Agreed! The light is great!
    Thanks, Michiel. That was the key (plus the arrangement).

    My fast normal Revuenon 50/1.4 at f/1.4. Like I mentioned, It is fabulous looking, handles beautifully and is a decent lens for a very small price.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    To my big surprise the ZA 55/1.8 arrived today.
    SAR supposed delivery in Europe from Januar 20.2014.
    Santa delivered today...

    Not tested yet oc, it is dark, grey and cold here...but AF is very fast and silent..looks very good on the cam:
    Look forward to shots from this, Werner.

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    With a Pentax 85mm f2.0

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    Another one with the A7 and Canon 50mm f0.95


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Thanks, Mike.



    Thanks, Michiel. That was the key (plus the arrangement).

    My fast normal Revuenon 50/1.4 at f/1.4. Like I mentioned, It is fabulous looking, handles beautifully and is a decent lens for a very small price.
    Thanks Vivek, is that the MC version?

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    Yes, Mike. The MC version in Pentax K mount. I still have to buy an E to Pentax K adapter. I am using it with a E to EOS and an EOS to PK adapters. Have to find a proper hood for it. The shots were without a hood.

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    A few long exposures with the A7R+Contax 180mm f/2.8 Sonnar mounted with the ASAT-NEX on a light Gitzo (1027). All at ISO 50.
    2 sec, f/4

    20 sec, f/8
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    Nice colors, Carl! Very much the Zeiss-look, I think. That Sonnar seems like a good fit for the A7R. Is this the MM or AE? Made in Germany or Japan?

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    Yea, pics will come with the 55/1.8!

    Right now to bad weather and to much Christmas!

    Just took some tests in my office with very good , not to say exceptional, results - but nothing to post here.

    In the mean time 2 more with the Cron 90/2.0 M:

    Some kind of Christmas Tree




    Outboarder, really sharp, if you peep at 100%!

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    BTW, has any of you experience or maybe a link about/with the Zeiss ZE 18/3.5?
    Could get one at a reasonable price.
    So far WW from 18 - 21 is the real problem.
    The WATE seems to be very good but way to expensive.
    I used my Canon 16-35/2.8 II so far with good to very good results. But i don't like the size and look of this lens with adapter on the 7R. Would oc. prefer a prime 18 , 20 or 21.

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    The Leica-R 2.8/19 II works well, but it's also quite chunky.

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    Nice colors, Carl! Very much the Zeiss-look, I think. That Sonnar seems like a good fit for the A7R. Is this the MM or AE? Made in Germany or Japan?
    Thanks Ron. This is the newer MM design from Japan. Heavy (815g), but a nice lens and I like the built-in sliding lens hood.
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    And to expensive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    BTW, has any of you experience or maybe a link about/with the Zeiss ZE 18/3.5?
    Could get one at a reasonable price.
    So far WW from 18 - 21 is the real problem.
    The WATE seems to be very good but way to expensive.
    I used my Canon 16-35/2.8 II so far with good to very good results. But i don't like the size and look of this lens with adapter on the 7R. Would oc. prefer a prime 18 , 20 or 21.
    I had hopes for my little 21 Biogon G, but like most of the biogons bad edge/corner smearing. My 21 Ultron 1.8 works well on the A7R, but it is heavy and bulky.
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    And to expensive!
    Yes, at this point it certainly is. I'm very curious what the native FE wides will look like...
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Thanks Ron. This is the newer MM design from Japan. Heavy (815g), but a nice lens and I like the built-in sliding lens hood.
    Yes, a very useful feature. I *really* wish Zeiss would have built hoods into their ZF/ZE lenses. The add-on hoods are a major pain, but at least they're reversible.

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