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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    This is not a lens test - this is fun with A7R and a Nikon 14mm 2.8D.

    Truth is I don't have any native lenses yet, and only the lenses from the back of my cabin left..
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    Everyone: Great photos!

    Thanks for the "likes". Dublin, Ireland. A7 with 28-70mm.















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    Hi there Matt
    Lovely photos
    Tell me.................A7 or A7r? Which is the best....... And how good is that zoom?

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    Jono: Thanks and Happy New Year!

    I just returned the A7r, today. The A7 suits my style of shooting better (today, anyway). Just couldn't get used to the shutter and the focusing. Probably, mostly, the shutter. I didn't notice "shutter shake blur", but it felt and sounded clunky. The IQ of the 28-70mm zoom is stellar (IMHO). I'm more and more impressed as I process my trip photos. The Zeiss one's going to have to be very good to beat it.

    BTW: I still owe you the 28mm, f/5.6, vegetation shots. Maybe tomorrow. The weather might be suitable.

    Here's a few more from Dublin with the A7 and the 28-70mm:













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    Hi Matt
    They look great - I'm almost there! (they have some open box models cheap(er) at WEX which makes it even more tempting.

    I'll be interested to see the vegetation shots.

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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    Happy New Year to you all. I hope you all have a great year ahead.

    Love the backlit street shot Matt.

    Edit: A7R + CV 35/1.2II



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    Sandy was kind enough to let me borrow her A7r for this shot. 55mm, f/8, 1/160 ISO 100

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    **** I want t greet you all with the best wishes for 2014 ***

    The last stroll in the winter sun 2013 around the block of my home

    Flares into the sun with the Zeiss ZE 18/3.5










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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    That 18mm is suiting you just fine. Nice shots.

    Just a general comment as this really helps others as well. Please put which body and lens in your descriptions. Honestly this is exactly why I jumped in was looking at images you fine folks posted. Knowing the lens helps tremendously for buying knowledge and BTW Happy New Year and get out there and shoot. LOL

    Im pinning the Phrase for 2014. Its a Sony wonderland.

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    ... and the reason I fell in because Guy jumped in ...
    Happy New Year to all
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Honestly I looked at the images and I knew. Than all the extra features the D800E was lacking like great live view and the no focus peaking . Im sure we can say the same for the A7r what it maybe lacking but this is far nicer to build a two system kit one based strictly on manual focus high end lenses for the horsepower and features of the A7r and the A7 as my AF kit with some nice AF lenses and the needed extra speed for work that does not require 36 mpx. Seriously for me I view this as a perfect 1-2 punch that other systems are a day late and a dollar short on. Now we still need native lenses and have to cheat a little till they come out but Sony seems very aggressive here on product. Canon is asleep at the wheel IMHO and Nikon I still have some hope for but I am very impatient. So I jumped

    The one beauty in this unlike medium Format is you can flip flop a little and not get a 40 thousand dollar brick on your hands. Selling My Nikon system and going Sony all the way was about a extra 3k which given the moves I made is not bad. I gained a lot on the second body over a D5200 backup to the A7 which is a big jump. Thats basically where the costs lie. For me that was what I needed too a REAL backup and useful tool like the A7.

    BTW I know I go on a little about these buying decisions but to be honest I know you folks are thinking like me and I have done a lot of this decision making and expressing my views hopefully I share my knowledge to you folks to make smart buy decisions. I hate the PM's that say i bought the wrong damn thing and what advice can I give. I don't mind that part but feel terrible that folks sometimes don't think through these tough calls. Medium Format stuff is huge on the sales ticket and making mistakes there can be deadly. So please take my rambling sometimes in the spirit it is written to help others. Thats why I am on this forum.
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Because YOU, Jono, Marc, Tim, Vivek, et al did all the "rambling" and I and others have to do all the reading; new camera but nothing new.

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    2 more with the A7 and Sony Zeiss 85 mm f/1.4...



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    FE 35: Space Needle in Seattle on New Year's eve....





    Railing and hand: 55 FE


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    Took a New Year's day walk along the Six Mile Creek trail below my house. All taken with the A7R+M-Rokkor 28mm f/2.8. I batched the files through Exif Editor to add common exposure data and lens info to exif before processing in LR5. No ff corrections so you will see some corner color shift and vignetting. Click for larger image and command E for exif info.
















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    Very sharp...and very cold! Happy New year, Carl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Very sharp...and very cold! Happy New year, Carl.

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    Thanks Roy and Happy New Year to you as well. We have a big snow storm coming tonight so thought I had better get out for a long walk before it arrives.
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    Some folks shooting selfies in front of the Boston ice sculptures. A7R, FE 50


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    Another posing squirrel, A7R+M-Rokkor 90mm f/4 at f5.6. I call this one "Innocence".

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    Beautiful snowfall the last few days. Went for a hike along the Chagrin River.

    70-200 f/4 IS, a7r
    ISO 200, 1/500, f/4

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    I am finally see what I was hoping for from the A7r - sharp and detailed photos, with few jaggies an no worm track sharpening artifacts! All I had to do was switch to C1.

    This is with my pre-Asph 90mm Summicron-M, It looks good except the purple fringing in the corners, which C1 does a good job on in this shot). I posted this at original size on Flickr, so the detail can be seen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Railing and hand: 55 FE
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    Here are a few more from Sunday night, A7 with the CV35/1.2 II.


    sensor flare



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    Couple shots with A7R and FE 35/2.8




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    Nikon 180/2.8 ED w/A7...heavy, large, but balances well...worth the effort...lens with great sharpness, contrast. More to come from this lens later in the week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Nikon 180/2.8 ED w/A7...heavy, large, but balances well...worth the effort...lens with great sharpness, contrast. More to come from this lens later in the week.
    Excellent Roy and especially the one with my favourite subjects of yours: the lizards ...

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    A7 with 35mm f/2.8 (#'s 1-3) and 28-70mm.















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    HNY


    A7r, 55FE

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    Rayas...Trevallon...not bad Fits quite good in-between shooting sessions with the A7...

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    yes, Rousseau. What else in Gevrey ? Groffier maybe
    you know yours classics
    i love german wines btw, especially from baden (like Hubert) or Moselle (like Egon muller)
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    Ya, or Rieslings !

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
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    Brilliant, Ashwin. Simple, expressive, smooth tones.
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    Some portraits with a very old Jupiter-3 RF lens for Contax on a decayed home made adapter. @F1.5









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    Rieslings? Alsace forever! HNY to all !
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    IAMSTERDAM always a success with the tourists, me included





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    From the Rijks museum tunnel ...











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    Michiel, the bokeh on the jupiter-3 is crazy awesome
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    Excellent Ashwin
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    Michiel, your images remind me that I should pull out my J3 and start using it on the A7
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    Snowed in today so played around with the Phigment M to E mount adapter and some 6 bit coded lenses. Works well with canned profiles, but I haven't tried customizing the profiles yet.

    Contax G 45mm f/2 Planar in M mount coded as a 50 cron



    A 100% crop, Contax G 45m f/2 Planar @ f/4


    Minolta 40mm f/2 M-Rokkor coded as a 35 cron (exif gives me 34mm ?)



    Also tried the Contax 1.4x Mutar III extender on the 180mm Sonnar to get an effective 252mm lens (Sorry for yet another squirrel image, but they are very compliant subjects when there is food to be had)

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    Finaly a AF lens .. 55 1.8 on A7r - handheld. Use to handheld my D800 down to 1/50 no problem, but now i need like 1/125 - hope practice bring that down.

    Anyway - Arne Jacobsen - creator of beautifulness.. made the gas station .
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    Top of the ME Hotel, London. A7 with 28-70mm.















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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Top of the ME Hotel, London. A7 with 28-70mm.















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    Matt, These are terrific! Love the color.

    Would you be so kind as to provide a bit more info?

    Which 24-70 lens? Tripod or handheld?

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSEH View Post
    Finaly a AF lens .. 55 1.8 on A7r - handheld. Use to handheld my D800 down to 1/50 no problem, but now i need like 1/125 - hope practice bring that down.

    Anyway - Arne Jacobsen - creator of beautifulness.. made the gas station .
    I started with the same difficulty, then gradually got used to the camera. Now I can't say that I am down to the same limit as with my NEX7, but, still, maybe 50% of the speed required when I started.
    I expect to continue to improve, with extra care.
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    Matt, These are terrific! Love the color.

    Would you be so kind as to provide a bit more info?

    Which 24-70 lens? Tripod or handheld?

    Thanks,

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    Marc: Thanks! They were all handheld. The lens was the Sony FE 28-70mm F3.5-5.6 OSS "kit' lens. My A7 kit came in to my camera store, just before we left on our trip. They didn't get any A7r's, just a couple of A7's with the zoom. I've shot it a lot, and, I quite like it (despite my embarrassment that it came with the camera and is so inexpensive ). I've got the Zeiss 28-70 on order.

    Cheers, Matt

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    From Le Treport,





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    Quote Originally Posted by philber View Post
    I started with the same difficulty, then gradually got used to the camera. Now I can't say that I am down to the same limit as with my NEX7, but, still, maybe 50% of the speed required when I started.
    I expect to continue to improve, with extra care.
    Nice to know Im not alone out there..

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    There are a lot of excellent images on this page...but..the portrait of the kid with the runny nose takes the prize...wonderful!

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    Got this this one yesterday morning and is a 100% crop. Thats's snow on their noses not sunblock!


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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    There are a lot of excellent images on this page...but..the portrait of the kid with the runny nose takes the prize...wonderful!

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    Thank you Roy! Glad they did not whipe his nose at the time...

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