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    HCam Master TS on Sony A7R II

    Some Lensporn on Sony A7RII -
    HCam Master TS with Canon TS-E 17mm
    up to 27mm of Shift and 20 Degrees of Tilt.
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    Re: HCam Master TS on Sony A7R II

    Hmmmm. I can't look at it to long. Lol
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    Re: HCam Master TS on Sony A7R II

    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Steib View Post
    Some Lensporn on Sony A7RII -
    HCam Master TS with Canon TS-E 17mm
    up to 27mm of Shift and 20 Degrees of Tilt.
    Stefan, is there any plan for an electronic coupled HCam Master? I hate carrying cumbersome set-up but this with a TSE 17 and 11-24 would be worth it.
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    Re: HCam Master TS on Sony A7R II

    Stefan
    Is there any chance for you to post a link to some shifted RAWS to evaluate images ? I think that would make a purchasing decision much easier
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    Re: HCam Master TS on Sony A7R II

    Would also love to see some examples with it

    Also, any chance of seeing a stitched image with this combination? Whilst having front rise at the same time?

    Thanks. Look forward to seeing some results!

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    Re: HCam Master TS on Sony A7R II

    As I have both the A7RII and the TS-E 17mm, I'd certainly like to see a video of this set-up in use with some sample shots, particularly at maximum shift.

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    Re: HCam Master TS on Sony A7R II

    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Steib View Post
    Some Lensporn on Sony A7RII -
    HCam Master TS with Canon TS-E 17mm
    up to 27mm of Shift and 20 Degrees of Tilt.
    Hi Stefan,
    So correct me if I'm wrong...but I see Fall+tilt...
    Does that mean you add a 360rotational device between the shift and the tilt mechanism? Or is it a fix position as rise/fall+tilt and shift+swing?
    Sincerely
    David

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    Re: HCam Master TS on Sony A7R II

    Quote Originally Posted by rupho View Post
    Stefan
    Is there any chance for you to post a link to some shifted RAWS to evaluate images ? I think that would make a purchasing decision much easier
    Thanks
    Grischa
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    Re: HCam Master TS on Sony A7R II

    Here some more images with the Canon EF-L 11-24mm shifted in 4 positions - to proof the new A7II -A7RII Grip works all around.

    About electronic aperture. I have an Idea, but it is really difficult. See even Canon cannot do more than 90 degrees of rotation with electronic aperture,
    I would definitely not sacrifice superrotation for it and the question is: If I say OK - here is the electronic aperture, but then the adapter is double the price , means 1600 € ? Who would pay that ? Collect 20 Orders and when the list is full we talk again.

    Greetings from Germany
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    Re: HCam Master TS on Sony A7R II

    Quote Originally Posted by daf View Post
    Hi Stefan,
    So correct me if I'm wrong...but I see Fall+tilt...
    Does that mean you add a 360rotational device between the shift and the tilt mechanism? Or is it a fix position as rise/fall+tilt and shift+swing?
    Sincerely
    David
    Hi David - the adapter hasn´t really changed in funtionality to yours, no additional rotation, just the back rotational lock is now clickstop instead of the tiny lever (makes it much faster in Usage !) and the "hole" of the available inside movement has become 3 and 6mm larger (which is a lot actually and became necessary for the 11-24mm to work to the longer end).


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    Re: HCam Master TS on Sony A7R II

    Here some more images with the possible movements combined with a Canon TS-E17mm.
    I´ll try to do some samples with the 11-24mm - I already have some shots with the TS-E....... working....
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    Re: HCam Master TS on Sony A7R II

    Please DELETE this thread and ban Stefan from posting because If I keep seeing stuff like this I have a feeling I am going to spend a lot of money very soon.
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