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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    London. Covent Garden and nearby. Sony A7 with Leica 50mm f/1.4 FLE.











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    A7R + 1.2/50L FD
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    A7r + 50 Cron M handheld a few hours ago:
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    A7R + 1.2/50L FD
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    I liked the first one but then saw the second one and need to super like!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    I liked the first one but then saw the second one and need to super like!
    If you refer to my last BW image, I am humble and honor to get such praise from a person who works I have always admired and learned from through these years. I saw something in the original image and it took me down the path that eventually resulted in the image I presented to the forums. I also like to thanks all of the other likes, they all mean a lot and encouraging.
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    Some with my new VC lens.



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    My two cents on the kit lens is it looks like the best E mount kit zoom there is. Jono, Tim, and Matt have all produced some great shots. I wonder if the PDAF on the A7 is helping the focusing of the lens to be more accurate on the A7 and that's why it's only bundled with the A7.
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    Bubble Hotel.

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    Very nice, Michiel...

    No bubbles but triangles.


    The relatively new "West-Hafen" Quarter in Frankfurt/Main.
    Once the river Main port in Frankfurt, know a posh living and working district in downtown Frankfurt.

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    This one in "Twilight Handheld Mode"with the Zeiss 18/3.5 ZE:


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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Pham Minh Son View Post
    Holy Jaggies Batman! What software were you using for this picture? I'm hoping that the software people can fix this problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Rubinstein View Post
    Holy Jaggies Batman! What software were you using for this picture? I'm hoping that the software people can fix this problem.
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    I'm noticing the same thing in my latest version of ACR. The sharper the results the more of a problem it is. Never seen this with the D800e, anyone have any ideas what's causing it?
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    Trying to build a theme around grape vines. This one is "Layers"
    A7r, 55FE, 1/250, f3.5, ISO125, hand held
    Check out the 100% crop.
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    First test shot with the Samyang 24mm f/3.5 TS lens on the A7R. Lens (Nikon mount) attached with Novoflex NIK to E adapter and ASTAT/NEX ring mount on a leveled tripod. Dialed in a hair more than 1 degree tilt and shot at ISO 100 f/11. Seems to be sharp across the frame with a little uncorrected distortion.
    That's stunningly sharp edge-to-edge. Wow! Did focus peaking help in determining tilt or did you rely only on focus magnification?

    There may be a Samyang in my future.

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    Some daylight images with the Ultron.

    A Bank building of course




    Forgotten piece of land right in the middle of the new office district.


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    Hi There
    Dreek weather today, so I was forced to try and apply a bit of imagination . . .













    oops sorry - selective recolouring - deeply inexcusable . . . and it's a dog as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    I am guessing that the ASTAT/NEX (which is the tripod collar) for Novoflex NEX mount adapters was used to stabilize the larger lens. (As opposed to the tripod mounting of the camera body which may put undo strain and the camera lens mount).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    That's stunningly sharp edge-to-edge. Wow! Did focus peaking help in determining tilt or did you rely only on focus magnification?

    There may be a Samyang in my future.

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    I just preset the tilt based on focal length and height of lens from ground, using this table. Is about 1.2 degrees for my setup.
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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    A few shots taken around the old park boathouse and lake using the Samyang 24mm f/3.5 TS and A7R. I left the images uncropped so that you can inspect the corners. Sharpness seems pretty good with no smearing or color shift that I could detect.













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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    A few shots taken around the old park boathouse and lake using the Samyang 24mm f/3.5 TS and A7R. I left the images uncropped so that you can inspect the corners. Sharpness seems pretty good with no smearing or color shift that I could detect.



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    THANKS.. alot Carl ... for the effort, looks like it's working dit you try any shift with it ?

    Novoflex NIK to E adapter and ASTAT/NEX - Is it that heavy / big ? I kinda feel my ASTAT/NEX make all more loose and dinky?
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    Thanks Carl! Looks good!

    May be I am buying when it is in NEX mount for achitecture.
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    A7R with 55 F1.8 beach and boat at dusk... mostly at F1.8 and the last one has a 100% crop to show how awesome this lens and camera combo are (at least, on a retina screen!)









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    I pre-ordered an A7r .... cancelled it due to all the angst concerning the shutter...recently brought an A7 kit home but finally succumbed and now have an A7r and a few Novoflex adapters....


    SO here is a handheld pic on a very wet rainy day....



    Sony A7r Zeiss 50 F2 Macro ZF.2



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    Here in Grenada, there's an old Russian airfield, the direct cause of the US invasion back in the 1980's. A couple of mouldering aircraft remain adjacent to the strip itself, now used as a dumping ground and drag racing strip. I love the pathos of so much military ambition being left to a few goats and a bull...











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    Finally from today, a nice waterfall...





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    A7R + 24TS-E - 2 frame stitch

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    Is it just me, or are most of these images look spectacular? I'm finally back doing some shooting and had sold off a bunch of stuff, giving my 6D setup to my wife (mostly so she can shoot her sculpture work), and I'm with a GH3 (work cam) as I am doing a fair amount of video and a GM1 just because it is so damn tiny and I can take it anywhere. I had an EM5 as my "fun/creative" camera but sold it awhile ago. I was going to get an EM1 as it seems to have fixed most/much of what I didn't like about the EM5 (mostly the ergonomics/grip). But I look at the fun with EM1 thread and then this one, I find myself drawn to the colors and look of the shots here.

    Am I just suffering from GAS, or is there something to it? I did get to handle these and was surprised at how much I liked the A7/zoom combo. It was shower to AF than the EM1, but…those files...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post

    This one would look REALLY good in B&W
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Here in Grenada, there's an old Russian airfield, the direct cause of the US invasion back in the 1980's. A couple of mouldering aircraft remain adjacent to the strip itself,

    This reminds me of all the derelict aircraft littering the West African airports I frequent on my humanitarian relief trips...seems that the fauna in Grenada are much healthier than those in West Africa.

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    THANKS.. alot Carl ... for the effort, looks like it's working dit you try any shift with it ?

    Novoflex NIK to E adapter and ASTAT/NEX - Is it that heavy / big ? I kinda feel my ASTAT/NEX make all more loose and dinky?
    I always keep the tripod/camera level and use shift to frame the shot as necessary, so some of the shots in this series have some up or down shift applied, in addition to about one degree of downward tilt for all to bring everything into focus. The lens +adapter is bulky and weighs about 875 g. I don't know if that would be a stain on the mount or not without support, but I feel more comfortable using the ASTAT/NEX. Feels quite tight and solid on the tripod.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nostatic View Post
    Is it just me, or are most of these images look spectacular? I find myself drawn to the colors and look of the shots here.

    Am I just suffering from GAS, or is there something to it? I did get to handle these and was surprised at how much I liked the A7/zoom combo. It was shower to AF than the EM1, but…those files...
    Choices choices...M43 sensors are mature but somewhat small....

    I decided to move to Nikon Df for ISO and the A7r for resolution...loved the A900 but lack of lenses was a bit of a problem then. With the ability to mount almost any lens on the A7(r) the game is a bit different now.

    AND yes the images do look spectacular....

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    I'm not so picky about specific glass. A decent zoom and a few good primes and I'm happy. I am often profoundly lazy, so quick/accurate AF in low light are a plus, but the ability to use a good EVF and MF (especially if shooting video) could have an impact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nostatic View Post
    I'm not so picky about specific glass. A decent zoom and a few good primes and I'm happy. I am often profoundly lazy, so quick/accurate AF in low light are a plus, but the ability to use a good EVF and MF (especially if shooting video) could have an impact.
    So the A7 may be a great choice...less dependent upon technique and able to still out resolve the M43s....

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    Are you kidding me???? 6400 ISO??????
    That is amazing.
    I suspect is I read this entire thread I'd know the answer to this question Are you using the A7 or the A7r ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    The first shot was taken almost in the dark:
    1/60th ISO 6400 f4.5 at 45mm

    Both with the kit zoom

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    Great photos everybody and thanks for the "likes". A few more from the Pike Place Market. A7 with Sony 28-70mm and 55mm f1.8 lenses. Current weather here really sucks. I might have to get "creative" like Jono. How about cat photos?











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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    I always keep the tripod/camera level and use shift to frame the shot as necessary, so some of the shots in this series have some up or down shift applied, in addition to about one degree of downward tilt for all to bring everything into focus. The lens +adapter is bulky and weighs about 875 g. I don't know if that would be a stain on the mount or not without support, but I feel more comfortable using the ASTAT/NEX. Feels quite tight and solid on the tripod.
    ok, thanks..

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    Excellent! The colors are just amazing.

    Quote Originally Posted by kienchil View Post


    Canon FD 55mm SSC @ f2.0 1/4000 ISO 100
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    Hasselblad Planar 110mm F2 + A7R handheld
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Great photos everybody and thanks for the "likes". A few more from the Pike Place Market. A7 with Sony 28-70mm and 55mm f1.8 lenses. Current weather here really sucks. I might have to get "creative" like Jono. How about cat photos?
    Cheers, Matt
    If I can only get a little creative like you and Jono, I may not need the good weather here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pozzello View Post
    This one would look REALLY good in B&W
    Your wish is my command... need to work on this some more though, I think...

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    A few variations. I like the second one better, stepping back with the FE 35mm places more emphasis on the trees and the house helps balance the composition.

    24 TS-E stitch:


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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Your wish is my command... need to work on this some more though, I think...

    Reminds me of war photographs from Vietnam (probably not your intent ) It looks really good as-is. Maybe burn-in the top and bottom and dodge around the sheep to make him stand out. I'd go crazy and try really blurring the planes.

    Great image !

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    Quote Originally Posted by pozzello View Post
    Reminds me of war photographs from Vietnam (probably not your intent ) It looks really good as-is. Maybe burn-in the top and bottom and dodge around the sheep to make him stand out. I'd go crazy and try really blurring the planes.

    Great image !
    It does bring back memory.

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    This image is absolutely gorgeous!
    You are an amazing artist.
    All the best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by nikonf View Post
    This image is absolutely gorgeous!
    You are an amazing artist.
    All the best,
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    Thank you so much Mike. I will remember your kind words in my journey.

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by MontyMo View Post
    Are you kidding me???? 6400 ISO??????
    That is amazing.
    I suspect is I read this entire thread I'd know the answer to this question Are you using the A7 or the A7r ?

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    Hi Monty. A7, but I'm sure it would be the same with the A7r

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Your wish is my command... need to work on this some more though, I think...

    Better in colour I think

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    More from the Frankfurt/Main, "West Hafen" Quarter:






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