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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    HI Tom
    Love that first shot
    HELP!
    Now I WANT one of these lenses too.
    Where can I find one?
    Rumour is that Sony will release this lens in a Zeiss version sometime in the near future.
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    Hi Jomo,

    Here's a few more with my 200G...this lens sure does have a strong loyalty
    I got my 200G off eB*y from the Matsuiyastore in Japan, they were great to deal with. Price keeps going up,,I see them now for approx $1200 USD now.





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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Here are a couple from the A900+ZA 85mm:




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    Tom
    I love the second and last shots. I still want that lens, but I wish it wasn't white!

    Douglas - those are both fabulous . . . the lens and camera were only a minor partner!

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    On the way home from work tonight. The light was soft and misty and very pretty.

    24-70 Zeiss (A900)







    With the 135 Zeiss 1.8






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    Cool. That B&W home is creepy!

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    I enjoyed a few hours at our local Arbotetum (Hilliers) and here are a few shots taken with the 100/2.8 macro. It is certainly a clunky old lens and I wanted to get to know it a bit better! It is one of those lenses that grow on you with use. It does hunt a bit at macro distances but I only needed to use MF for one shot. All hand held using the A900's abilities to the full!
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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Still without Photoshop but anyway, straight from SilkyPix here is one shot taken with the 135 STF today of a Leucojum




    Owing to the way the STF operates, this is a shot at F2.8 so far as aperture is concerned, but F4.5 so far as exposure is concerned due to the reduction of light transmitted.

    As expected, bokeh is I think exceptional. Specular highlights from water behind are completely circular.

    Cant wait to do a few portraits with it.

    And one more



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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Quentin: Wow! - that lens is lovely.

    Jono: Some fascinating stuff on your way home, especially like the monochromes.

    Dave: 100/2.8 doing very nicely, great detail and contrast.

    Douglas: I am envious of your portrait skills - something I lack completely.

    Hope I haven't missed anyone...
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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Quentin: Wow! - that lens is lovely.

    Jono: Some fascinating stuff on your way home, especially like the monochromes.

    Dave: 100/2.8 doing very nicely, great detail and contrast.

    Douglas: I am envious of your portrait skills - something I lack completely.

    Hope I haven't missed anyone...
    You're WAY too kind, but thank you very much.

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Quentin: Wow! - that lens is lovely.

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    Its sort of magical...I don't like the bokeh of the Ziess 24-70mm, and the 85mm F1.4 is good, but the 135 STF is something else. Of course no autofocus is a disadvantage, but actually when I checked I think I got more in focus doing it manually than I would with autofocus. Anyway, when first took photogrpahy seriously, there was no such thing as autofocus.

    The 135mm STF is just..different.

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    And lest one forgets, the Zeiss 24-70mm is pretty versatile. Still no Photoshop, so this as a jpeg straight from SilkyPix without further post processing or sharpening.

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    Thanks Quentin. I agree about the CZ 24-70's bokeh - it is sometimes a little strange and wiry. I do have other zoom lenses with better bokeh, but generally they are less sharp than the Zeiss is. The STF looks like the bees-knees for bokeh - a very specialised lens for sure.

    Look forward to seeing some more shots from it in due course.
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    Some spring colors made with the baby Zeiss 16-80.

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Thanks Quentin. I agree about the CZ 24-70's bokeh - it is sometimes a little strange and wiry. I do have other zoom lenses with better bokeh, but generally they are less sharp than the Zeiss is. The STF looks like the bees-knees for bokeh - a very specialised lens for sure.

    Look forward to seeing some more shots from it in due course.
    Hi David - Quentin
    I have mixed feelings about the bokeh . . I agree that sometimes it's spikey . . . but in lots of circumstances I think it's pretty good, and often (especially for close up stuff) I think it's lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    One of the nice things about the 135 is that it does focus down to a couple of feet - so you can do the sort of shots you've been showing very easily.

    So, I think you'll agree, resistance is futile (and the price may go up soon!). Warehouseexpress in Norwich had one left the other day
    Good news Jono, resistance now broken down and have ordered a mint used one from LCE for £799 with 12 months warranty.

    Now I need a bigger bag
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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Good news Jono, resistance now broken down and have ordered a mint used one from LCE for £799 with 12 months warranty.

    Now I need a bigger bag
    Oh bollocks . . . I just wasted £246 . . and I really like LCE too - which branch was it from?

    . . . .erm . . . what I mean is
    CONGRATULATIONS

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Oh bollocks . . . I just wasted £246 . . and I really like LCE too - which branch was it from?

    . . . .erm . . . what I mean is
    CONGRATULATIONS
    Hi Jono, it was the Worcester branch, I was looking for any bargain Minolta wide angle primes and chanced upon the CZ on the main LCE webpage.

    Spoke to the sales guy and he told me it was one they sold themselves to a guy that is always swopping systems, can't think of anyone like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nautilus View Post
    Some spring colors made with the baby Zeiss 16-80.
    Lovely blossom, the 16-80 was my favourite lens on the A700 .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post

    Spoke to the sales guy and he told me it was one they sold themselves to a guy that is always swopping systems, can't think of anyone like that.
    Hah!
    First you injure me by getting a lens for £250 off . . . . then you insult me about changing systems!

    Hah!

    I have to admit to a brief and unfulfilling Nikon period from Feb to September last year. Apart from that I claim extreme loyalty . . . erm . . Olympus since the E1 (with a small, ill-conceived 6 months interregnum for the D2x). . . Leica since the arrival of the M8, and Sony since the A900 cropped up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hah!
    First you injure me by getting a lens for £250 off . . . . then you insult me about changing systems!
    Sorry Jono, it wasn't you in particular I meant That'll teach me to cast aspersions.

    I better not mention the other bargains I found in the past

    I was just going to write that if you need any 8GB 266X CF cards I found a place that has them at £17 each, but I checked back this morning and they have all gone. I managed to get a stack of them last week for the up coming trip.

    If I see any bargains in the Minolta 200mm front I'll let you know.
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    Sorry Jono, it wasn't you in particular I meant That'll teach me to cast aspersions.

    The cap was fitting, so I was wearing it . . . and then complaining
    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    I better not mention the other bargains I found in the past
    It's always worth looking - to be honest I've tended to buy new for everything except lieca, but I'm probably wrong.
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    I was just going to write that if you need any 8GB 266X CF cards I found a place that has them at £17 each, but I checked back this morning and they have all gone. I managed to get a stack of them last week for the up coming trip.

    If I see any bargains in the Minolta 200mm front I'll let you know.
    I've got plenty of CF cards - work means that I always need a laptop wherever I go, and, to be honest, I don't blast millions of shots. I have a 16gb card in the A900, I don't think I've ever used more than 5gb at one shoot.

    I'd be very grateful for info if you see a 200mm though . . .

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    My plan about the multiple 8GB cards was to keep the shots on them and also backed up on my portable hard drive/ reader while on the trip, I hate trusting just the hard drive. I agree on a normal day I have never filled a card, but on holiday I may take quite a few HDR autobracketed series and so on, so could use up a lot of space quickly.

    I normally buy new also, but being a Scotsman do keep an eye out for the best prices. Frequently though I have found out afterwards about some bargain that I missed, or the price has come down, however you win some, you lose some.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    I'd be very grateful for info if you see a 200mm though . . .
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    One from me!

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    ALBERT!
    Lovely to see you here - and what a fine shot, I'm sure their parents will be overjoyed!

    For those who don't know Albert, he was a stalwart of the Kodak SLR forum at dPreview (the most civilised and useful forum on the site).

    A pro working mostly on huge landscapes and a large group shot specialist . . . together with pictures of his own beautiful girls.

    What's more he's a real Gentleman!

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    Welcome to the Forum Albert and a great "people" image to start what I hope is many more!

    Jono, this is now surely the most civilised and useful forum on the web!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    ALBERT!
    Lovely to see you here - and what a fine shot, I'm sure their parents will be overjoyed!

    For those who don't know Albert, he was a stalwart of the Kodak SLR forum at dPreview (the most civilised and useful forum on the site).

    A pro working mostly on huge landscapes and a large group shot specialist . . . together with pictures of his own beautiful girls.

    What's more he's a real Gentleman!
    Hi Jono!

    Thanks for the warm welcome and I appreciate your most kind words & praise!

    You've always been a wonderful & positive guy no matter WHERE I've run into you on the boards

    This site is fortunate to have you as a member!

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by dhsimmonds View Post
    Welcome to the Forum Albert and a great "people" image to start what I hope is many more!

    Jono, this is now surely the most civilised and useful forum on the web!?
    Hi Dave!

    Thanks for your welcome and I will try and contribute as much as I can!

    From the posts I've read so far... this DOES seem to be a great gathering of some wonderful photograpers! (the most civilized!)

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Albert, is that really you???

    I guess us pixel freaks tend to migrate to the same places.

    Lovely group shot too.

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    Albert,

    What a FUN picture...when I was in 5th grade the Nuns would never allow that : !!! Thanks for sharing !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Albert, is that really you???

    I guess us pixel freaks tend to migrate to the same places.

    Lovely group shot too.

    Quentin

    Hi Quenters!

    Yes... it is I

    Well not only lots of pixels but great color and image quality too!

    It really is a fine camera and gives me plenty of cropping room as well as wonderful large prints!

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

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    Albert,

    What a FUN picture...when I was in 5th grade the Nuns would never allow that : !!! Thanks for sharing !
    Hi Goldencode!

    Thanks a bunch... I really enjoy shooting these for the kids... they really have fun with these "silly pics"

    Interestingly, I was raised in a Catholic school also... and I don't think we could have gotten away with it either

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Hi Goldencode and Albert

    My wife was educated at a Convent school and she won't let me get away with much either!!
    Cheers, Dave
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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    It's Springtime, and sex is in the air:



    Even the old cockerel has it in mind:




    and who can wonder about it with a pretty little hen like this around:




    Here's one with the 135 Zeiss . . . . such a lovely lens:


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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    and another:


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    That cock looks ferocious Jono...

    Got my 135/1.8 and am loving it.



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    great picture everyone.





    sony ancestor, the minolta 7d with 50mm 1.7.

    my baby girl is 2 months now.

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Ooooh! Some fun shots here

    From today, two dodgy contributions from me as I continue to experiment

    First, my three boys, William, Alex and Edward "pose" (I use the term loosely where Edward is concerned, as he has just been grounded by his mother for some infringement of maternal orders ) A900, 135 STF, on-camera flash.



    and a William alone mono shot, slightly tinted (so no, your monitor is OK), A900, 85mm F1.4, on camera flash.

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Great family Quentin........the photo's are cracking too! I can feel my arm reaching for the piggy bank again as that 135 Zeiss is a performer, as is the eye behind the viewfinder!
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    Cheers, Dave, you better prepare the piggy bank! - but bear in mind I have the 135 F2.8 STF, not the 135 Zeiss F1.8.... I think both are excellent lenses. The "problem" with the STF which I have is that it is manual focus, which can be tricky to get right with non-stationary subjects. Back to the old days...

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    135 f1.8 with B+W ND.9 and a puff of Quantum Qflash T5d-R on camera

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    And a few more at sunset... same combo as above post

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Hi Albert,

    Nice pics, I particularly like the sunset ones and the third from last karate one. Looks like you are teching your daughters self-defence from an early age! The second from last self defence reminds me of Edward...

    Does the Quantum flash sync at all shutter speeds?

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Hi Albert,

    Nice pics, I particularly like the sunset ones and the third from last karate one. Looks like you are teching your daughters self-defence from an early age! The second from last self defence reminds me of Edward...

    Does the Quantum flash sync at all shutter speeds?

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    Good morning Quentin!

    Thanks for the comment... just messing arounf before bed last night and had a blast... All just for fun... no formal karate training here

    I can sync the Qflashes up to about 1/320 sec on the Nikon bodies and apparent on the Sony as well. Haven't tried to go much higher yet... but I will.

    I love the Qflashes (have two of them currently) and they come with a nice range of modifiers (softboxes both standard and foldup models, 180 degree reflectors, snoots, telephoto parabolics, filter kits, etc...) and of course one can always shoot barebulb as well.

    They currently have a new Qflash model out called a Trio... don't know much about it yet except it has a built in Freexwire adapter for remote firing.

    Have a great day!

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Albert,
    The sunset photos are great.

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Albert,
    The sunset photos are great.
    Thanks Jorgen!

    Had fun taking them

    Albert

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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    APY_JR;
    Are those kung fu kids?

    I would like to contribute some of mine. C&C welcome.
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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    Nice shots Panyang and welcome to the forum. First of many I hope. Which cam and lens are you using for these images?
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    Re: Fun Pictures with Sony . . . .

    One from today!

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