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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    A7R and 50mm Summicron M ASPH


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    A7r and 55/1.8FE


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    What can I say; a look can tell a thousand words

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Back from x-mas,and wouww emotions get high here on corners and and shutter vibes….

    Wist my sisters grave on x-mas day. With my new friend A7R, and a old friend Zeiss C/Y 28/2.8 - and we tried to get the emotions on "film".
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

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    What can I say; a look can tell a thousand words
    Excellent Michiel (but maybe sometimes it better keep it's mouth shut!)

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    Two shots with the M-Rokkor 40mm f/2 + A7R.

    Park office window, frozen vines, and "big brother".


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    Today at the Pike Place Market, Seattle. A7 with 55mm f/1.8.











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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Two more from Hong Kong. The first is with my trusty Nikon 28mm f/2.8 D, which continues to provide pleasant surprises on the A7R. The next is with the ZA 24mm f/2, which I bought used years ago to manual focus on my NEX 5, and which is of course happy on the A7R. But a travel lens it ain't! Nettar







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    A few more with the M-Rokkor 40/2+A7R







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    A lot of great M-Rokkor 40mm shots in this thread. Makes me wonder how another favorite 40mm of mine would work, the Olympus OM 40/2.

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    Vertical grip and 35mm FE Sonnar arrived today. I keep liking this camera more and more.

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    A7 with focus peaking has rejuvenated my manual focusing...trotting out my Zeiss/Contax beauties...here: the 85/1.4 Planar. Worked a stack of old rotting fences in my backyard...low light, exposures around F2.8 - 4 @400th. Sharp and contrasty, even in the dull light...just what you would expect from a Zeiss lens.
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    quick grab of the wife with a brand new little Sony/Zeiss 35mm Sonnar 2.8. I like this glass!

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    I went for a walk down to the London Bridge tonight with A7r, LA-E4, Minolta 35 f/2 AF.







    Up on the bridge and leaning against the vibrating bridge as traffic passed by
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    My son having an afternoon nap in my bed about 5 minutes ago. Super Takumar @ f1.4 doing what it does best.


    Did some tests today with the lens on my A7r with tripod. No 50 year old lens with scratches on the back element deserves to be that ridiculously sharp at f5.6-11. Corners not bad either.
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    Testing the 28-70mm kit lens. I took my bike for a ride and just snapped away with one hand in full auto.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post

    Did some tests today with the lens on my A7r with tripod. No 50 year old lens with scratches on the back element deserves to be that ridiculously sharp at f5.6-11. Corners not bad either.
    My "mint" sample of Revuenon 50/1.4 is not even known as a butter knife but is a Katana on the A7R. It is the sensor doing its magic.

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    Testing the 28-70mm kit lens. I took my bike for a ride and just snapped away with one hand in full auto.
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    Thanks, Vivek. That flock of birds on the top was just following me around and I was just hopping I could catch them in the right place

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    Thanks, Vivek. That flock of birds on the top was just following me around and I was just hopping I could catch them in the right place
    Great shots Rafael
    What's your opinion of the kit zoom? From what I've seen it looks rather good.

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    Thanks, Jono.

    My first impression is that it's an above average kit zoom that performs well in well lit situations. I've tested it very very quickly in low light and there were some hit & miss, hunting around (as the AF is contrast + phase detection based I think this is to be expected).

    For people who shoot video the IS is very very cool. I've filmed hand held walking around the house and it looks very good (if you use a small tripod or a monopod to improvise physical stabilization you can get surprisingly good results).

    My only beef with the zoom is that it's freaking massive...as I'm guessing most FF e-mount lenses will be. I really love the A7, but if the lens roadmap doesn't improve radically I'm thinking I'll probably go back to APS-C e-mount (I'm eager to see what the NEX7 replacement will be) and just use a speedbooster when I really need FF.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Rawfa View Post
    Thanks, Jono.

    My first impression is that it's an above average kit zoom that performs well in well lit situations. I've tested it very very quickly in low light and there were some hit & miss, hunting around (as the AF is contrast + phase detection based I think this is to be expected).

    For people who shoot video the IS is very very cool. I've filmed hand held walking around the house and it looks very good (if you use a small tripod or a monopod to improvise physical stabilization you can get surprisingly good results).

    My only beef with the zoom is that it's freaking massive...as I'm guessing most FF e-mount lenses will be. I really love the A7, but if the lens roadmap doesn't improve radically I'm thinking I'll probably go back to APS-C e-mount (I'm eager to see what the NEX7 replacement will be) and just use a speedbooster when I really need FF.
    Thank you - I played with it briefly, and that seems to bear out my feelings.
    I think the size issue is unavoidable - it ought to be possible to make good quality small FF AF lenses, but I don't think one exists! (at least, only with screwdriver focusing ).

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    Some more from Schiermonnikoog.





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    Not sure it is appropriate to post this in a 'fun with…' post
    Xmas for the driver won't be that good this year...





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    Well, he or she was having fun at one time or another.

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    shot of the boy as we awaited the train. Sonnar 35mm

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    Some more portraits of the younger generation with the Canon 85/1.2 (some are in the 5000 ISO range)





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    The 3rd one is picture, perfection! Nice one, Michiel! All of your shots with the Rokkor 58/1.2 are.

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    Thank you Vivek, but I have to be gratefull to the young lady as well

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    Well, I can't compete with all you guys and your stunning street/portraits/landscapes, but I wanted to at least post something.
    Taken last night, with a skim of high cloud which helped settle the seeing, but did little to assist with the transparency. From the backyard.
    A single 3 minute shot, ISO800, and I used the in-built N/R (something I wouldn't normally do.
    If I was to get any more serious, I would need to shoot a dozen or more, as well as the dark frames (and not use the in-built) plus a flat field (if I stretch it any more you can plainly see it needs a flat, there is vignetting).
    Not THE most sensitive camera I have used, but given that many pixels, being that small, no wonder.
    Scope was a Takahashi FS60 (355mm f5).
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    More Zeiss/Contax 85/1.4 Planar w/A7
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gbealnz View Post
    Well, I can't compete with all you guys and your stunning street/portraits/landscapes, but I wanted to at least post something.
    Taken last night, with a skim of high cloud which helped settle the seeing, but did little to assist with the transparency. From the backyard.
    A single 3 minute shot, ISO800, and I used the in-built N/R (something I wouldn't normally do.
    If I was to get any more serious, I would need to shoot a dozen or more, as well as the dark frames (and not use the in-built) plus a flat field (if I stretch it any more you can plainly see it needs a flat, there is vignetting).
    Not THE most sensitive camera I have used, but given that many pixels, being that small, no wonder.
    Scope was a Takahashi FS60 (355mm f5).
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    Thanks Will.
    Sort of nice, town is coming to greet us, with the associated lights etc.
    I've been wanting to try this since I got the Sony, having used an X-Pro 1 ages ago, (and that really shined at night, believe me).
    I'll try this again sometime, and do the job properly.
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    OK, one more, just been playing in Lightroom (4.4, and I'm not going to upgrade just to be able to use LR, I'll work around it as long as I can).
    From the Boxing Day Races, with the 35/2.8.
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    My wife and daughter, A7R and FE 55/1.8:


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    I think daughter looks like daddy.
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    Love your second ad third shot, Vivek!

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    One more from the party. (son and father)

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    Just bought this (rare) lens today. A little to late for the light to work with.



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    Love your second ad third shot, Vivek!
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    I like this first one very much. Although the crane seems to stand in a rather delicate situation. But this is the disturbing element catching attention after a while.

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Just bought this (rare) lens today. A little to late for the light to work with.



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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    hello everyone
    very first post here
    i spent a lot of time dreaming about nice pics here, especially in the medium format topic...
    and i thought it was finally the time to share something...
    I had a lot of gear in the past frome 5D and 5D mk2 to D800e... My favorite was maybe the rx1... But i sold everything for a... A7r....
    Already have the 35mm and the 55mm should be here on monday...

    but today, i would like to show you a pic took with a 105mm VR from nikon as i didnt see any in this thread i think
    use is an hell as the novoflex adapter give a very poor information about the aperture used but well... the A7r do miracles...



    not perfect of course but it give a decent idea of this marvelous "survival knive" (wine and saucisse tool ).
    And the 4K is still correct. Pasteboard — Uploaded Image
    i think there is too much aperture, this glass should give little more sharpness with such a camera...
    Cant wait for a good macro FE lense ...
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    We had an early January thaw today (50 F) and lost most of our snow and ice. Two shots at the city park with the Rokinon 14mm T3.1 + A7R followed by two with the Sony 55mm f/1.8 Sonnar.







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