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    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Steve: Very nice to see you posting again after quite a while. And even nicer to see you posting here.
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    Welcome, Steve, great shots of the pooch!
    Thanks Hermann,Ash! Ash..Shooting BBall With The A7 & Noct = Slam Dunk Brotha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Pfister View Post
    For the majority of images I've taken today, I had the A7R set at ISO 50. The results are extremely clean. Below an example I pushed really hard in post, yet it didn't break (2EV push, +60 Contrast, +20 Shadows, +60 Clarity). Noise remains very low, despite all this. Impressive!
    Interesting that you had good results at ISO 50, Ron.
    So far I had no use for anything below ISO 100.

    Did others run a test at ISO 50, 64 or 80 and what are your findings ?

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    Hermann, very nice geometry & comp. :-)

    Vivek, Love the Kids Smiling with the X-Mass Tree!

    Ron, Insane IQ & Comps!
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    Interesting that you had good results at ISO 50, Ron.
    So far I had no use for anything below ISO 100.

    Did others run a test at ISO 50, 64 or 80 and what are your findings ?
    Bart, I don't usually use these ISO pull settings, either, but someone else pointed out how good ISO 50 looks with the A7R (perhaps in the Shutter Vibration thread?), so I gave it a try, and I am pleasantly surprised.

    According to what I've read, the implementation of ISO pull values varies from one camera manufacturer to another (some do this during the analog stage, others after A/D-conversion), with varying outcomes. I don't know what the implementation is with Sony cameras in general, and with the A7R in particular, but I do want to do a controlled test soon, comparing ISO 100 to all pull values, using a variable ND filter.

    I'd be curious to hear what others have found, too...
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    Like Ron, it is that shutter vibration thread and Victor's post made me check out ISO50. It is just awesome! I have ordered a set of soft boxes, umbrellas, flashes and such (these are very cheap nowadays, cheaper than a Leica M lens hood -all together!!) for portraits and macros, indoors. Will come in very handy.
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    Hermann, very nice geometry & comp. :-)

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    Steve: Thanks a lot for the kind words and encouragement!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    From the Amsterdam tourist office

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    From this series.



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    Quote Originally Posted by fotoingo View Post
    Nice pics everyone !!

    Here are some from yesterday shot with an A7 + Olympus OM 24mm 2.8, 50 Lux Asph and G 90 2.8
    Ingo, I love the image with the stars! Perfectly catches the season's spirit for me...

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    my fave wine store in NYC (and fave car):

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    and some of the hooch:
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    local colors:
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    this guy is testing a new google prototype: in that prism he can see his I-phone screen, all wi-fied, take voice commands, etc
    egad, Brother is out there

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    Finally stopped snowing for awhile and I took a short walk around the marina with the A7R+M-Rokkor 40mm f/2. Vivek was right on with this little M lens - perfect for the A7R with no major faults. Thanks Vivek!





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    giant parsnips
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    bought a bottle of New York whiskey from this fella:

    entire set with 35mm FE
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    my fave wine store in NYC (and fave car):
    Hi Jim, could you be persuaded to write which lens you is using, so that all we thread-tourist quietly can evaluate upon all of your findings and pictures?
    thorkil

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    just added it: the sony 35FE for this group. still getting used to the camera, mostly all at 400iso, 2.8 or so and jogs with a tiny lightroom tweak here and there

    can anyone explain how to hook up an i-phone for remote shutter, etc?
    i loaded the sony play memories app, got the a7 to upload images to the phone, but couldn't figure out what app to get for the remote shutter…tried one but it was for different sony product (TV?)
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    A7 at night on a tripod -


    ZM50/2


    ZM50/2


    21 Super-Elmar-M


    21 Super-Elmar


    Elmar 135/4


    Elmar 135/4
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    Taylor, a perfect flare test. The Elmar 135/4 seems quite susceptible...

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Pfister View Post
    Ingo, I love the image with the stars! Perfectly catches the season's spirit for me...
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Sweet Set Foto!
    Thank you :-)

    This thread is real nice.
    So many different aproaches to photography
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    just added it: the sony 35FE for this group. still getting used to the camera, mostly all at 400iso, 2.8 or so and jogs with a tiny lightroom tweak here and there
    thanks!
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    I am really liking the APO 180 on the A7R. This image wouldn't hold up at larger sizes due to the not-slow-enough shutter speed (i.e. motion blur), but the subject needs shallow DoF. Waiting for that variable ND filter to arrive…

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    And another one…

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Pfister View Post
    Taylor, a perfect flare test. The Elmar 135/4 seems quite susceptible...
    I wouldn't be surprised, I also saw some interesting corner-of-the-frame flare from the G90. However, the Nex and A7 cameras have their own flare problems (see the ray-gun effect on the ZM50 pictures, specifically the blue-white light in the lower right of the first picture - that's internal reflections in the sensor toppings, nothing to do with the lens). So I'm not sure I can tell exactly what's lens and what's camera.

    That light in the 1st 135/4 picture was super, super bright. I don't know what they needed with a light that bright shining back in this direction down at the shipyards, but they had it
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor Sherman View Post
    However, the Nex and A7 cameras have their own flare problems (see the ray-gun effect on the ZM50 pictures, specifically the blue-white light in the lower right of the first picture - that's internal reflections in the sensor toppings, nothing to do with the lens). So I'm not sure I can tell exactly what's lens and what's camera.
    That is most ceratinly from the lens. You can see various colors (different coatings) and the shape of the iris in those flare spots.

    Can you post a picture of the lens looking from the mount side?
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    Vivek - I've seen this effect with 21 Super-Elmar, 28/2.8 Elmarit-M ASPH, ZM50/2, 135/4 Elmar, and possibly 28/2 Summicron-M, on the Nex-7 and the A7. I've never seen any evidence of it in pictures from those lenses on other people's M9/M240 cameras.

    Also, the direction of the flare: outwards away from the center of the image. If you imagine the light falling on the sensor and internal reflections within the toppings, this is the direction they'd go.

    Seeing the shape of the aperture is natural because that's the shape of the bright halo around the lights that is hitting the sensor.

    Also, Sammuli over at Fred Miranda saw the exact same thing in night-time city shots with SLR lenses like the ZE35/2 or 35/1.4, he'd never seen it with the same lenses on SLR cameras.

    The only common denominator is Sony sensors.

    I believe the color from the "coatings" is from the sensor toppings - the colors look very similar to what I see when I look at my A7 sensor.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Meanwhile, some pictures from the "light" part of yesterday (just after noon. . .)


    Lux 80-R


    21 SE-M


    R80/1.4


    CV180/4


    CV15
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    found this:
    . Download the free Play Memories Mobile app for iOS or Android to use your smartphone or tablet to trigger the camera using Remote Control Embedded from the camera's Apps Menu. I just tested this with iPhone running iOS7 and it works nicely.

    Menu > Apps Menu > Application List > Smart Remote Embedded

    Go to wifi settings on you iOS or Android phone. Select the Devise shown on the camera back. Enter password shown on the camera back.

    Once you see a spinning "Connecting" icon open the Play Memories app on your phone and you can now trigger the shutter from your phone and even send loRes copies of the photos to the app if you wish (originals go to card)

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    Full vertical shift with the Canon 24mm TS-E

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Nice lines,contrst & comp Ben. :-)
    Thanks Steve.
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    180/2.8 Zeiss/Contax w/ A7:
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    Scenes from the Market


    DSC09451.jpg by Taylor Sherman, on Flickr


    DSC09456.jpg by Taylor Sherman, on Flickr


    DSC09457.jpg by Taylor Sherman, on Flickr


    DSC09458.jpg by Taylor Sherman, on Flickr


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    DSC09492.jpg by Taylor Sherman, on Flickr


    DSC09502.jpg by Taylor Sherman, on Flickr

    All with the R80/1.4 except the last, R35/2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor Sherman View Post
    I wouldn't be surprised, I also saw some interesting corner-of-the-frame flare from the G90. However, the Nex and A7 cameras have their own flare problems (see the ray-gun effect on the ZM50 pictures, specifically the blue-white light in the lower right of the first picture - that's internal reflections in the sensor toppings, nothing to do with the lens). So I'm not sure I can tell exactly what's lens and what's camera.
    Sorry, I should have been more clear. I was referring to veiling flare only, and I believe that's entirely due to the lens in this case, as the flare is clearly centered around the light source. But I fully agree with you that the sensor toppings can add their own contribution to the mix (see here: http://www.getdpi.com/forum/549070-post117.html), and I haven't seen this with my Nikon and Canon cameras, either.

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    Sony A7 and FE 28-70 zoom.







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    Matt: Nice captures from your visit abroad, looks like you really enjoyed it!

    And particularly very nice to see you sharing pictures again after quite a while.
    Best regards - Hermann
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    For a change and particularly for those being a bit nostagic.

    This one is from a Munich cinematic art theatre from the late '50s, still quite lively. A real challenge to take an apt picture of it (not only due to the lighting, ISO 6400), and of course I will have to make some more attempts.


    "Munich Arthouse Cinema from the '50s"



    A7R, Canon FDn 24 mm f/2.8 @ f/ 6.3, 1/100s, ISO 6400
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    With Canon EF 40mm F/2,8 ISO 3200
    www.ralfsworld.com HBL H1, P 30+, HC 80/2,8 & HC 35/3,5, Canon 1D Mark IV, 5D Mark III, Sony A7/R, 400/2,8 L IS USM, 16-35/2,8 L USM II, FE 55/1,8, FE 24-70/4, Sigma EX 70-200/2,8 APO DG HSM OS, Sigma EX 120-300/2,8 APO DG HSM OS, 50 F/1,4, 15/2,8 Fish-eye...
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    And an encore of the further above in the colors of those times, i.e. in duotone:


    "Munich Arthouse Cinema from the '50s"




    A7R, Canon FDn 24 mm f/2.8 @ f/ 6.3, 1/100s, ISO 6400

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    A7R with 'Lux 50 f:2.0. But don't[IMG]
    DSC09725-1 par philippeberend, sur Flickr[/IMG] try that at infinity, or don't look at the corners if you do...
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    Some more



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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by philber View Post
    A7R with 'Lux 50 f:2.0. But don't[IMG]
    DSC09725-1 par philippeberend, sur Flickr[/IMG] try that at infinity, or don't look at the corners if you do...
    Hi Philippe, what a funny coincidence! At the same minute
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Sony A7 and FE 28-70 zoom.
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    Some familiar scenes there! Lovely shot of the boss (both of them in fact!).

    It was great to meet you both

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    This Page Is The Perfect Advertisement For Sony! Popping Colors,Beautiful IQ & Comps!
    Hey Matt, Nice To See You. Looks Like You Had A Wonderful Trip. Nice To Have Met Up With Jono! Hope You & The Family Are Well!
    Hermann, Sehr Schon Mein Freund!;-)
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Here my first post with ZA 55/1.8.
    Boy, this lens is sharp!! Incredible sharp, usually i don't get that easy exited, but when i saw the first pics on my monitor with the 55 i got immediately reminded on the first pics with my DP2M. The people on that forum will know, what i am talking about.










    And a bokeh test:




    No Ca's the last one fully open has some Ca's, only basic PP in LR, there is a profile in LR
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Here my first post with ZA 55/1.8.
    Boy, this lens is sharp!! Incredible sharp, usually i don't get that easy exited...
    Encouraging results indeed. Maybe the lens will be available in the US next week. I'm excited!

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Does look nice. Also kind of like the the 35 from what I seen so far. BTW folks I bought a A7r from a forum member. Be here in 2 days just need a adapter next for my Nikon glass but at some point I may want some native glass for it. Honestly even with the crappy raw processing so far this cam is looking good. Can't wait for C1 to handle it. Having the Nikon I'm looking for better color and color tone. See how I like the setup. Might go to camera store and handle one today.

    I wanted to wait for this but I got a nice deal from a forum member and good friend. I'm just a slut. LOL
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Joe thanks for your words of encouragement in a PM to grab one. I did. Hate being left out of the fun.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Canon 24TSE, shifted and tilted.
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    A7 and 35 FE...the lens is growing on me
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