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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    These are the FE55 and a7r, probably ISO 6400, near wide open.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Tow classics from Toscana

    Hills and Villas around Firenze







    The cupola of the Firenze Duomo



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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Well, my 24-70 f4 and my 55 f1.8 arrived today no time for snaps yet, so here are 3 from last night with the old 28-70 zoom.


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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    HI There
    The 24-70 and 55 seem to be fine, but I haven't had a chance to look properly, still, I snapped about the kitchen with the 55 and it does indeed look promising.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Nisen happens sometimes with the FE 55 1.8 and often with the FE 35 F2.8 - not a look I like too much, but it looks nice in your shot!
    Really? I would have thought the FE 55/1.8, being ranked as one of the better lenses out there, would have been free from such basic errors in drawing. Huh, just goes to show. Glad you like the pic tho.
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    That's pretty cool! I should pull out my RoBot II Zeiss 40mm f/2 Biotar and see how it works on the A7...
    Godfrey I would love to see some images from your Robot Zeiss Biotar. (Sounds like a Transformer)

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    Quote Originally Posted by f/otographer View Post
    Really? I would have thought the FE 55/1.8, being ranked as one of the better lenses out there, would have been free from such basic errors in drawing. Huh, just goes to show. Glad you like the pic tho.
    It seems rare - I only see it in shots where the aperture is wide open and the subject is in the very front of field, and there are strong lines further out - they then can become double. I gave one example of it in my review of the lens but I have not noticed it often at all...
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Just a couple more before bed

    Both shot at f1.8

    Monk fish Salad at ISO 800

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    bookshelf at ISO 2500

    Nothing special you might say, but . . . supper is always special, and that bookshelf has been shot in miserable mixed light with so many different cameras - it's really dark, hence f1.8, 1/60th, ISO 2500. I don't think I've ever seen a better result than this.

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    Looks like a great lens, camera combination...

    Compelling capture.

    I am sure it is nice to be home...

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    Looks like a great lens, camera combination...

    Compelling capture.

    I am sure it is nice to be home...

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    HI Bob
    It is indeed - I'm sure you feel the same way - but we had a great time, and were very lucky to have great snow conditions and lovely hot sunshine! All but one days I was skiing without gloves

    Good to be home though, nice to have my poor drowned car back to full fitness, and fun to be trying out these two Sony/Zeiss lenses.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Firenze

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    Its getting a little quiet here the last days...???
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    Quote Originally Posted by f/otographer View Post
    Godfrey I would love to see some images from your Robot Zeiss Biotar. (Sounds like a Transformer)
    Perhaps I'll have the opportunity this weekend to try it out. I've just put the book that's been consuming my life out for review so I won't be working at all this weekend. :-)

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    just picked up a canon 24mm TS-E II and a Metabones adapter for shooting interiors. now that adapter was a tight fit on the lens. seems to work, will get some images out asap

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    That's an awesome combination, the lens is quite bulky but the quality fantastic. I have posted some pics here (in the old Fun thread) with it and the A7R.
    My Metabones Smart II works perfect the fit is tight , yes, but better than loose...
    Have fun and show us something

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    That's an awesome combination, the lens is quite bulky but the quality fantastic. I have posted some pics here (in the old Fun thread) with it and the A7R.
    My Metabones Smart II works perfect the fit is tight , yes, but better than loose...
    Have fun and show us something

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    How tight is it ? Would it be inconvenient to change lenses relatively frequently in the field ? I own both a 24mm TSE and a 90mm TSE, (plus the 70-200mm F4 and some other standard and wide angle zooms). I'm still on the fence as to whether I should acquire an A7 or A7r. But I wouldn't want to buy several of theses expensive Metabones smart adapters.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    my metabones is a MarkIII and i had to use major force to rotate it onto the lens, but it did go on, and i expect it will reside there permanently.

    my hands are pretty strong and it was much tighter than i would like. from what i have read they loosen up

    also made me start to think about a special L-plate that will mount to the metabones socket...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Well, my 24-70 f4 and my 55 f1.8 arrived today no time for snaps yet, so here are 3 from last night with the old 28-70 zoom.
    Your 28-70mm has produced many excellent images, so I'm very interested to see/ hear if you feel that the 24-70 is noticeably better, and will you keep it.

    thank you for your posts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    my metabones is a MarkIII and i had to use major force to rotate it onto the lens, but it did go on, and i expect it will reside there permanently.

    my hands are pretty strong and it was much tighter than i would like. from what i have read they loosen up

    also made me start to think about a special L-plate that will mount to the metabones socket...
    Thanks !

    It seems that things are aligning against the A7s for me : there is noway I'll get several smart adapters and I would need at least two or three (the two TSE lenses, plus the 45mm TSE I'm also considering, plus a 90mm macro).

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    Still not very spring like around here. Steamboat Landing area with A7r and Leica R 50mm f/2 Summicron.





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    Hanging out the window doing 55MPH.

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    My Metabones is tight but i would say still right. No excessive force is needed neither to mount the lens nor at the cam. There seems to be some variation with theese adaptors.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    A little info on more FE lenses at the rumour site, from Sony marketing's Mark Weir:

    (SR5) Mark Weir from Sony confirms new FE lenses and “unique” cameras will be announced soon! And very fast FE lenses will come too! | sonyalpharumors

    ...to be announced 'very soon', some lenses coming for the FE 'will be fast'. The guys in the video almost look sheepish when saying they got plenty of feedback on the lens program...at the 38 minute mark on. I bet they did. ;-)

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    with trepidation due to the required excess force, removed my too-tight MB adapter from the canon (whew!) , unscrewed the flange from the adapter and tested the flange only on the lens. the five little areas that rise above the surface on the flange and are to pass under the lens bayonet tabs actually interfere, as they are a tiny bit too high. this is not so easy to measure, and i have dial comparators, groove micrometers, height gages and step micrometers!
    but i estimate about .001-.002" metal has to be removed and will sneak up on it on a lapping plate.

    success! took about three light passes on 320 grit paper mounted on a surface plate, removed about what i thought

    this is not what the previous article talks about; they are monkeying with the spring stack, and the interference has nothing to do with the springs

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Tried out the new FW settings today. I'm not sure if the camera is more responsive or if the shutter sound is faster , which gives the impression that the camera is more responsive. Either way I'm pleased. Here is a City Landmark...Muffler Man. In order to get the entire 15 ft. statute in the frame without standing in the middle of a busy street, I got some interesting angles/
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    One more from my trip downtown Escondido. Here is the old train station...now it's a museum.
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    'island time' - a99 with ZA 24-70/2.8
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    'island time' - a99 with ZA 24-70/2.8
    Absolutely stunning Douglas.
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    Absolutely stunning Douglas.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    A pano (handheld) of 3 pics with the Canon 24/3.5 TSE II, 5mm upshift, to get rid of some foreground. If you go and look @ 100% the detail and sharpness is stunning.


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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Okay - well then - I took the 24-70 f4 out for a walk this morning - it's certainly much more compromised than the lovely Olympus 12-40 . . . . . but it's also fantastic. So is the colour. So is the handling


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    Oh Yes, and there is this:


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    Oh Yes, and there is this:


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    Very nicely done! And from your previous series, (being the dog kind of person that I am) the picture of Matty is great!
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    Great series from just a morning walk, Jono. Very pleasing.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    A pano (handheld) of 3 pics with the Canon 24/3.5 TSE II, 5mm upshift, to get rid of some foreground. If you go and look @ 100% the detail and sharpness is stunning.


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    I tried four fresh copies of this lens last week and all were notably soft on the left, both with Metabones III/A7R and on a shop-owned 5DIII. Have you noticed this? I am tempted to give up and take a 17 TSE instead but that bulbous front element freaks me out - I need filters to protect me!

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    Jono, your description of the lens vs the Oly is perfect. Compromised but fantastic - unlike the pictures you're making with it, which are just fantastic...
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Here are some still life shots from this morning.
    The first two were taken with the 55 f1.8, the rest with the 24-70 zoom.



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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Tim, no problems with my TSE 24 II and Metabones here.
    If you have problems i would suspect the adaptor or the combi of the two not the lens.
    On my 5DMKII the 24 is perfect as well. What i have read, there are a lot of mixed experiences with Metabones, some have big problems with tightness etc. Seams to be a lot of sample variation with these costly adaptors.
    Anyhow i could not exchange the lens because i have it a long time...
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Tim,
    this is a link to Flickr, its the pic that was used in the middle of the pano, 5mm upshift!
    https://flic.kr/p/miRVxp
    you can have a look at 100%

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    None of Jono's images are opening up...just words...no pics...no one else has this problem?

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    The problem with my cat is that he thinks he owns my chair. Well... the truth is he does, I'm allowed to use it from time to time.



    A7+55/1.8 - iso6400 and pretty much straight out of the camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Tim, no problems with my TSE 24 II and Metabones here.
    If you have problems i would suspect the adaptor or the combi of the two not the lens.
    On my 5DMKII the 24 is perfect as well. What i have read, there are a lot of mixed experiences with Metabones, some have big problems with tightness etc. Seams to be a lot of sample variation with these costly adaptors.
    Anyhow i could not exchange the lens because i have it a long time...
    My Metabones has been fine with all other Canon lenses, which is why I also tried the copies of the 24 TSE on a native Canon 5DIII - with the same 'soft on the left' result. So I googled it and it was clear that a number of others have had this problem too :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by W.Utsch View Post
    Tim,
    this is a link to Flickr, its the pic that was used in the middle of the pano, 5mm upshift!
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    Thanks Werner, that's waaaay better than the copies I tried....

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    I think Jono summarized the FE24-70 best - compromised but fantastic. So I took this compromised lens on a walk two days on Brooklyn Bridge.

    Very pleased with the results and being able to get a decent output handheld at 1/15sec 60MM FL is amazing. The bridge is always vibrating so a tripod is useless.

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    Fantastic !
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    I see Velvia. Good photos everybody.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    None of Jono's images are opening up...just words...no pics...no one else has this problem?

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    None of Jono's images are opening up...just words...no pics...no one else has this problem?

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    Yes, me too.
    Roy - Ed - that's really strange (sorry!) - all seems good here (and obviously some can see them).

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    not opening for me

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    I can see all of Jono's pics on this page.

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