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    Can't find my manual for the 6000. If the lens correction settings for distortion, CA, and vignetting are set to AUTO or ON in the camera do these corrections get applied to the RAW files or not? I have lens profiles available in LR and don't want to end up making lens corrections twice if they are already done in camera.
    Nothing in the manual, so I just did a comparison with Lens Comp set to both AUTO and OFF. Using the Zeiss Touit 12mm it is clear that when then 6000 is set to AUTO for Lens Comp then lens corrections are transferred to the raw file. For images taken with Lens Comp OFF the same in camera corrections can be obtained by turning ON the appropriate lens profile in LR.
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    Nice . I would bet my bottom dollar which is just about where I am at after recent purchases. LOL

    That it will NOT transfer that data into C1 and just for the record and don't fall over but I just loaded LR yesterday. I might just be switching to at least some degree for now. One reason is this lens profiles are weak in C1 and waiting for camera support might just be too long. Like I always say when it comes to gear Im ready to turn on the dime if something even smells better. In my Professional world its a good attitude to have, marry nothing except your spouse.
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    Le Clown. A6000 and Sony 70-200mm 2.8 G II



    Checkout the large one here. Pretty darn sharp!

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    Re: Fun with A6000

    Finally got a chance to take the little CZ Touit 32mm f/1.8 Planar out for a spin. Two shots of plants at the Cornell Newman Arboretum.



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    [QUOTE=scho;588301]Finally got a chance to take the little CZ Touit 32mm f/2.8 Planar out for a spin. Two shots of plants at the Cornell Newman Arboretum.



    Wow, this lens is worth every penny in halves.
    Carl, one of the best botanical photo I can remember.
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    Finally got a chance to take the little CZ Touit 32mm f/2.8 Planar out for a spin. Two shots of plants at the Cornell Newman Arboretum.



    Wow, this lens is worth every penny in halves.
    Carl, one of the best botanical photo I can remember.
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    Thanks Eduardo. The 32mm Touit Planar has the classic Zeiss contrast and biting sharpness. The 12mm distagon is also excellent.
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    A few A6000 images from my wanders. Shot with either the 16-70 F/4 or 10-18 f/4. The "painterly/multi-ex" images were shot handheld using the whispy water app just to see what would happen

    _DSC1070 web by Joe McCabe, on Flickr

    _DSC1152 web by Joe McCabe, on Flickr

    _DSC0181 web by Joe McCabe, on Flickr

    _DSC0236 web by Joe McCabe, on Flickr

    Untitled_Panorama1 web by Joe McCabe, on Flickr

    _DSC0521_2_3_4_web bw by Joe McCabe, on Flickr

    _DSC0421 multi ex fairweather flag by Joe McCabe, on Flickr

    _DSC0455 beer fest multi blur web by Joe McCabe, on Flickr
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    A beautiful summer day. Sony A6000 with Zeiss 32mm f/1.8 Touit Planar.

    Jammin



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    Here are a couple with the touit 32




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    Pentax 85mm f2.0



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    Guy

    I must say you have me thinking about the A6000. You know more about Sony than I ever could, but what about the newest Sony lenses like the FE series? I would want in AF lenses--one wide, one 35 or 50 and one 90 to 135 in 35mm equivalents. Mid range I know about, but long and fast lenses (2.8 or better) seem hard to come by in the Sony world.

    Any comment for lenses without adapters.

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    Some more Juneau wanderings with the A6000 + 10-18 f/4 & 16-70 f/4. I'm really liking this little & light, go anywhere combo.

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    Re: Fun with A6000

    Quote Originally Posted by algrove View Post
    Guy

    I must say you have me thinking about the A6000. You know more about Sony than I ever could, but what about the newest Sony lenses like the FE series? I would want in AF lenses--one wide, one 35 or 50 and one 90 to 135 in 35mm equivalents. Mid range I know about, but long and fast lenses (2.8 or better) seem hard to come by in the Sony world.

    Any comment for lenses without adapters.
    The 35 Fe and especially the 55 FE are outstanding. I had trouble with the 35 FE lens but that was on full frame. I'll tell you what I like is the Zeiss 12 Touit very much Which is a 18mm equiv. in FF. I would like to have the Zeiss 32 as well and with the 55mm Fe you have a nice powerhouse of glass in 3 lenses. Now if you passed on the 12mm Sony 10-18mm is said to be very good as well. Than there is the 16-70 F4 which has some mixed reviews but the images posted here and elsewhere it looks very strong. I love the A6000 as a camera, its just a lot of fun and some great images out of it. Some great images posted in this thread as you can see.
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    On the long end I use my Sony A glass with adapters but that becomes somewhat big and heavy. The 85 1.4 for instance is not bad and it is a 135mm equivalent
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    On the long end I use my Sony A glass with adapters but that becomes somewhat big and heavy. The 85 1.4 for instance is not bad and it is a 135mm equivalent
    Is Sony A glass considered better than E mount glass? I print out to 17x22.

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    Depends biggest thing is they are faster F2, 1.8 and the zooms are F2.8 which translates into bigger, heavier faster glass that you can use natively on the A77II, A99, Future A99II and than with adapters like the Sony 4 adapter you can use them on all the E and FE mounts. So in the end they are more versatile to the entire Sony system. But they are more DSLR style lenses that are big and for A7 system users it takes a small cam and makes it big.
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    I had my A6000 converted to full spectrum by Life Pixel. These were with 590nm (Goldie/super false color) filter. I posted these in the infrared thread, but thought I'd post here and give the A6000 thread a bump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    I had my A6000 converted to full spectrum by Life Pixel. These were with 590nm (Goldie/super false color) filter. I posted these in the infrared thread, but thought I'd post here and give the A6000 thread a bump.
    Spectacular IR colors Cindy. I like the 4th best with the golden trees and natural blue sky. How is the full color with a UV/IR cut filter? I'd be tempted to try this with my A6000 if a simple UV/IR cut filter can still give me good natural full color images.
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    Carl,
    I haven't tested it thoroughly yet. I bought the CC1 filter from MaxMax. It blocks the IR. I'm told that you need to put a UV block filter on too. I'm waiting for a couple of more step rings (I have about 40, but never have the size I need.) I have two Cut IR blocking filters left over from my M8 days. I'll try them alone and report back, but I think the CC1 and UV block are most like the original coverglass filter.

    It is somewhat of a PITA to have to deal with filters, but I am willing to put up with that to be able to have a camera that can do super color, enhanced color and deep IR, as well as normal photography.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Carl,
    I haven't tested it thoroughly yet. I bought the CC1 filter from MaxMax. It blocks the IR. I'm told that you need to put a UV block filter on too. I'm waiting for a couple of more step rings (I have about 40, but never have the size I need.) I have two Cut IR blocking filters left over from my M8 days. I'll try them alone and report back, but I think the CC1 and UV block are most like the original coverglass filter.

    It is somewhat of a PITA to have to deal with filters, but I am willing to put up with that to be able to have a camera that can do super color, enhanced color and deep IR, as well as normal photography.
    Thanks Cindy. I also still have a few 486 filters that I used with my old M8. They are supposed to block both IR and UV.
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    Beautiful Cindy, especially the second one with the trees. I'm glad you're enjoying the full spectrum conversion. Can you say now how many steps you lose for normal color and for full b&w IR?
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    Eduardo,
    I have not had a chance to play with it much yet. I only used the 590nm filter in my first run. I am going to guess that it was roughly 2 stops, but that is just a guess. I was using manual mode.

    Carl,
    The full spectrum only has a clear glass over the sensor. The M8 had a weak IR filter, so the addition of the 486 cut IR/UV was enough. I am seeing a magenta cast when I shoot with just the 486 cut filter on it. When I use the MaxMax CC1 + UV, I do not see the magenta. Now, maybe the magenta would be cleared with just a white balance...and for sure it looks really good as a black and white shooter, but I will have to do more tests.
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    35/1.8 OSS

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    Another bump for the A6000 thread. I also had my A6000 converted for full spectrum use and posted some of my first shots in the IR thread, but want to add a couple here to illustrate the versatility of the full spectrum A6000.

    "Naked" sensor (no filter on sensor and none on the lens)



    UV/IR cut filter on lens (similar to what was removed from sensor for FS conversion)



    590nm (aka Wratten red 25) on lens

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    A6000 full spectrum/no filter, Sigma DT 18-35 f/1.8

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    Sony A6000 Full spectrum with Zeiss Touit 32mm Planar. Two oxalis plants that have been "pot mates" for a few years. The purple version (not currently blooming) has pink flowers and the green one has white. There seems to be some hybridization going on with the green plant as some of the leaves are green/purple and some blossoms light pink.

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    590 nm filter on lens

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    Not enough action on this thread. One more with the 35/1.8 OSS @2.2

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    A few shots taken along Sixmile Creek with the A6000 FS, no filters.







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    With 16-70







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    A vineyard near Geneva, NY at the north end of Seneca Lake.

    A6000 FS with Kolari hot mirror filter on Zeiss 12mm Touit




    A6000 FS with Kolari 590nm filter on Zeiss 12mm Touit

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    A few shots taken along Sixmile Creek with the A6000 FS, no filters.

    That is quite something Carl. The embryonic stage of a dinosaur was my spontaneous reaction to this vista. I am sure I was not the only one. Well... let's say I hope so... LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georg Baumann View Post
    That is quite something Carl. The embryonic stage of a dinosaur was my spontaneous reaction to this vista. I am sure I was not the only one. Well... let's say I hope so... LOL
    Georg, This tree is right next to the trail so it is clearly visible and although I don't take hallucinogens, I often "see" strange things (including embryonic beasts) here, depending on lighting and my mood.
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    A couple from last night: dusk settles over the Mendenhall Glacier. Both images made using the smooth reflection app to get a long exposure effect. For the wide, purple-hued images, the camera shot and stacked 100 frames over a few minutes. This camera is just plain fun (and impressive).

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    Two shots using the A6000 FS with hot mirror filter on a Leica R 24mm f/2.8 Elmarit. Enfield creek emerges from the 3.5 mile gorge above and spills out into this pool which is dammed in summer to make a swimming hole. Dam boards are out now and water is very cold, but that didn't stop a group of people from trying a little late season skinny dipping.



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    "Red Shift" shell on Cayuga Inlet. A6000 FS, no filter, Zeiss 32mm Touit.

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    Children's Garden shelter. A6000 FS, no filter, Zeiss 32mm Touit.

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    A6000 FS Zeiss 32mm Touit, no filter, 3 shot stitch. B&W conversion in CS6 using hue/sat and B&W blending layers. (also posted in the IR thread)

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    The A6000-FS also does full color just fine with a Kolari hot mirror (UV/IR cut) on the lens. Images below all with the Zeiss Touit 12mm, hot mirror filter, auto ISO, AWB.





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    An afternoon walk along the waterfront with A6000-FS+Zeiss 32mm Touit Planar+Kolari hot Mirror filter.













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    Another gorgeous fall day and another walkabout with the A6000 FS with Zeiss Touit 32mm Planar+Kolari hot mirror filter. Some downtown scenes this time.









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    Sony A6000 FS+Kolari Hot Mirror filter with Zeiss 12mm Touit.

    Placid Cayuga Lake.



    Converted to B&W in Tonality Pro and split toned in LR
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    Taken on an August morning in Kansas - all hand held. I annoyingly bumped the iso dial before grabbing the first one.
















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    Just picked up a used a6000 to augment my pair of NEX 7s. Although I love my NEX 7s, I wanted something with better AF and better high ISO performance. I'm still learning and setting the camera up, but I shot these this afternoon and they are SOOC jpegs (5.1MP size for web use).

    I'll probably have to fine tune things a bit , but I'm really chuffed with the results so far!

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    Strangely exactly as Simon above, also taken this afternoon + My first time out with my new A6000! (Early days but I quite like this camera...Much faster AF than the A7R IMO).
    This is a close up of just a small part of a terracotta sculpture - ‘The Way of the Cross’ by George Tinworth at Truro Cathedral.
    The sculpture was in a rather dirty glass cabinet with lots of reflections all over the glass itself, so I decided to shoot wide open and get in close to throw out of focus all the offending anomalies.
    BLENCOMO – Sepia mixed with the original colour...F1.8 320iso Handheld.



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    Three shots taken through a window using the A6000-FS mounted to the Cambo Actus with a Rodenstock Grandagon-N 90mm f/6.8 lens. First shot with no filter, second with a Kolari hot mirror filter, and third with Kolari 590nm filter. All shot at f/16 ISO 100. Note color differences related to seasonal stage of leaf coloration change.





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    A6000 with SEL1018, a good combination to capture "space".
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    New camera old lens.



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    A few snaps with the A6000 + Zeiss 12mm Touit.

    Feeding time.



    Wind in the willow



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    Re: Fun with A6000

    A few shots of the city park bird patrons using the A6000-FS with Touit 32mm and no filter on lens.





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    Re: Fun with A6000

    Here are a few from a recent visit to Nashville, TN. All shot with the A6000 and SEL1018. First shot handheld, and others were taken on tripod.






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