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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Same barn, 2-seperate A7r's one with the 24-70 the other with a 55mm. The 24-70 was taken f/11 1/160 ISO 50 at 60mm while the 55-was taken at f/11 1/125 ISO 50. This wasn't meant to be any sort of test, just wanted to show the files.

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    Nice pics, Don. Have both of these images had the same treatment (or none)? The 55 version, and I assume this is the FE 55/1.8, really leaps off the screen. It looks much more detailed, vibrant and richer than the 24-70 shot. I suspect the 24-70 version could get close to some of that look with some clarity tweaks etc., but that 55 shot is pretty impressive. I've just taken delivery of my A7R and 24-70 and can't wait to start shooting, but the FE 55/1.8 might now have to get ordered.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    You've recently taken delivery of your new A7R and 24-70/F4, but haven't had the chance to go out and put it to the test. So, what do you do? Well, you walk out your front door and shoot your roof, of course.

    We had some light, fluffy snow today, and the wind was blowing around 20 knots. The result was snow deposited on my roof shingles that left behind some interesting patterns. If you stare at the image long enough, it may start to mess with your mind a bit.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    I've had enough of this weather, I'm off...

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    Italian cigarette machine

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    I've had enough of this weather, I'm off...

    No spring in S.W. England?
    We had 6 lovely spring days in Amsterdam
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    And a very attractive A7 too! The shot reminds me of the famous National Geographic photo of the Afghan girl.
    Thank you Tim and everyone. My daughter is always among my first test subjects for new cameras/lenses. Probably not a good test because daughters always look wonderful, no matter the gear.

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    Michiel, as is so often the case, the far tip of Cornwall has its own weather - can work for or against you but largely it is like Iceland, it has no land for thousands of miles in the direction the weather comes from, so the weather changes a lot. It is sunny pretty much everywhere else in England...

    BTW those Italian cigarette machines are amazing. I did a language course in Florence a few years back, when I was still a smoker, and we loved to get drunk and visit the machines late at night because they TALK to you. It was as close as I ever got to speaking with an Italian.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    Nice pics, Don. Have both of these images had the same treatment (or none)? The 55 version, and I assume this is the FE 55/1.8, really leaps off the screen. It looks much more detailed, vibrant and richer than the 24-70 shot. I suspect the 24-70 version could get close to some of that look with some clarity tweaks etc., but that 55 shot is pretty impressive. I've just taken delivery of my A7R and 24-70 and can't wait to start shooting, but the FE 55/1.8 might now have to get ordered.
    Thanks, the first shot was with the 55 then I decided to use the 24-70 and instead of switching lens I just used Sandy's camera. In reviewing the two files Sandy liked the 55 slightly better and i liked the 24-70. I went and processed the 24-70 first then decided to see if I could process the 55 the same way. There's slight differences in the processing of the two files.

    The 24-70 was my go to lens when I used to shoot 35mm (Canon) and thought I'd want that with this as well however you just can't beat the 55mm. Both lenses are the new FE from Sony.

    The time difference between the two files is right around 3-minutes.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Thanks, the first shot was with the 55 then I decided to use the 24-70 and instead of switching lens I just used Sandy's camera. In reviewing the two files Sandy liked the 55 slightly better and i liked the 24-70. I went and processed the 24-70 first then decided to see if I could process the 55 the same way. There's slight differences in the processing of the two files.

    The 24-70 was my go to lens when I used to shoot 35mm (Canon) and thought I'd want that with this as well however you just can't beat the 55mm. Both lenses are the new FE from Sony.

    The time difference between the two files is right around 3-minutes.

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    Both files look very nice, and I'm happy that I picked up the FE 24-70 for my new rig, but I'm thinking that the FE 55/1.8 may really be taking advantage of all that the A7R sensor has to offer. Thanks for sharing.
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    This morning in the cafe ...


    Sony A7 + Summicron-R 35mm f/2
    ISO 2000 @ f/2.8 @ 1/60 s

    Not my most creative moment, but I was having fun seeing the lovely rendering of this lens. Probably my last acquisition for a long time. Unless ...

    LOL!

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    "Blue Hour"

    I admire your work since a while here already, about time I say this, you really have "the eye" Werner!

    Respect Mr. Utsch, respect, and yeah, I am bloody jealous on your amazing gear garage of top notch glass. LOL
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    Some streetphoto's from Napels.

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    I loved the strong earth tones against the mist at West Bay, Dorset today - and liked also the compositional opportunities of the way the cliff line could be made to 'continue' into the wiggle of the surf line.

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    That really is wonderful, Tim. I envy your neighborhood.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Thank you John - actually I'd never been to this place before but I was in transit on a road nearby and thought I'd go and take a look since it featured in a major UK TV series last year and looked like it might have photo potential!

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    exquisite, tim.

    i've got to get out of the office some day soon and do some photography again ... !

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    Great diagonal compo, Tim
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Jack getting ready to enforce some new rules around here. LOL

    135 1.8 at 6.3 A7r

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Testing my new 24-70 this morning at 24mm at 5.6



    at 24mm F4

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    Are you liking it Guy?

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Its kind of a weird lens . 24 is not as bad as I thought, 50 is brilliant, 35 is very good and 70 is the oddball. It's very touchy on focusing. On my test at 70mm it went out of focus but just general shooting not bad. Now here is the odd thing on some corners 5.6 looks better than F8

    Overall its a really nice lens. Now I need more play time with it for sure. But its a kick to carry around as now this truly is the lightest cam 24-70 combo I ever ran across. Now that right there is worth the cost of admission.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Like to go back test it some more but include like 28mm and 60mm focal lengths. Also just want to make sure I got a good copy. So far it seems okay
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    I'll tell you what I like the best out of the whole system is the color out of C1 that is really making me happy. Red is red not orange red
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Guy, at some apertures even F4 seems to give the best edges. Other odd thing is that you seem not to get more useable DOF as you stop down (I think a combo of slight forward focus shift and at tightening field curvature). 70mm never seems truly sharp at F4 but is pretty nice at F5.6 and 8.... but 'weird' is the right description: it has been so specifically engineered that it doesn't really behave like lenses of old...

    Another thing: it does much better in everyday use than when you shoot it looking for problems...

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    Well it is here to stay and won't be looking for anything really. I'll just shoot the thing and avoid the quirks. I just want to make sure I have a good copy. Just read your report on it which you did a great job on and that's enough info for me but yea it does have a mind different than normal. But as we know these mid zooms all have there quirks.

    Did I mention how light and compact this is. Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Its kind of a weird lens . 24 is not as bad as I thought, 50 is brilliant, 35 is very good and 70 is the oddball. It's very touchy on focusing.
    I find it tends to hunt with AF at 70mm as well. Other focal lengths it is better behaved.

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    I was playing around today with my expodisc 2.0 to see if there was a difference between the flat field plugin and cornerfix. I could not see any noticeable differences. Here is some of the shots both with Sony NEX 7 + Contax G 35-70.



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    I was wondering why you want per se an MMJ or MMG version?
    It is only usefull or necessary if you want to Leitax them. Often the AEG, or what was it called version, is even better now because they have often an all black mount which does not cause inner ghost reflections.
    There seems to be no quality difference what so ever.

    Here's my collection. One is lacking on this picture the 45/2.8 Tessar. A wonderfull pancake.

    ohohoh...you're so cruel, making me drool with envy for those contax collection.
    missing the "sell your kidney" expensive 21mm I guess
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi There - +1 Tim
    Here's something completely different:


    A7 Noctilux at 0.95
    One of my favorites from you Jono. If I shot that, I'd immediately print it large and frame it for the wall and I don't say that very often especially about my own work

    Well done!

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    BTW, was that done using the Voit close up adapter?
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    First picture with the Sony A7R.
    Nikon 80-200mm f/4.5 AI-S
    I didn't use this lens for >20 years.
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    First picture with the Sony A7R.
    Welcome to the community Pramote. And I didn't have to sell you any gear this time.

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    ...since it featured in a major UK TV series last year...
    Broadchurch?

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    Broadchurch?

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    Welcome to the community Pramote. And I didn't have to sell you any gear this time.

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    You and Guy are dangerous people

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    Lol
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    Spot on Joe! How did yo know that? Was it screened in the USA?
    Yep, on BBC America. Riveting series.

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    Welcome Pramote! We'd all better up our games now you're here...

    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post


    First picture with the Sony A7R.
    Nikon 80-200mm f/4.5 AI-S
    I didn't use this lens for >20 years.

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    I mounted up my old 1959 aluminum Zeiss Jena Biotar 58/2 and went for a walk around a small, local rock garden. Which is an odd name since there are way more plants then rocks. All shots on the Biotar, some with tubes and some with a Minolta Close Up lens No.2.

    the painterly quality of the biotar


    shy, but with a bite


    untitled


    needles to thread


    cry leaves


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    wolf head?


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    and one from home, one of my daughters favorite charecters

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    Love #5 in prticular

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    My son last sunday. (A7 with 55mm, and effect add with the ipad application Pixlromatic)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Welcome Pramote! We'd all better up our games now you're here...
    Thanks Tim! I've been following the forms for a while. I was very patient waiting to buy the A7R from my dealers, Guy and Joe

    I am a big fan of RX-1 and A99. This A7R has been exceeding my expectation. In combination with the Leica M Monochrom, it rocks!!

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    One of my favorites from you Jono. If I shot that, I'd immediately print it large and frame it for the wall and I don't say that very often especially about my own work

    Well done!

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    BTW, was that done using the Voit close up adapter?
    Thank you Marc. Much appreciated. I was Pleased with it too, the problem is persuading the boss to frame it!

    It was with a VM adapter and an OUFRO.. I'm actually looking for the VME adapter, but they're as common as rockinghorsesh1t around here.

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    A7r, Canon RF 50mm f0.95 @ f1.0(ish)
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    Again, with Leica APO 100MM
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    Sunday morning's tulips


    | leica summarex 1:1.5/85mm @1.5 | a7r |
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    My models I bribed with chocolate. All taken with Sony NEX 7 and Zeiss Sonnar FE 35/2.8





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    "The Lamb"



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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Etrianto View Post
    ohohoh...you're so cruel, making me drool with envy for those contax collection.
    missing the "sell your kidney" expensive 21mm I guess
    Yes I am your friendly torturer
    The 21 is so expensive now I might as well buy a new version in one of the available mounts. I never bought the 25 because I have the wonderfull 25 Biogon in M mount which I even never tryed on the A7r yet.
    Then there is the 28/2 Distagon, i think is to expensive and to large on this camera and because the much smaller 28/2.8 is already such a great lens.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

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