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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Ballard Locks and Farmer's Market with the A7 and various lenses:


    21 Super-Elmar


    CV125/2.5


    28 Summicron-M


    CV125/2.5


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    A7R + Leica R 19MM f/2.8
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    Heartlands, Cornwall.....Projected wall art....A7R + 55/F1.8 FE





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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve P. View Post
    Thanks Michiel and Jono for your replies. I confess there's a certain amount of wishful thinking behind my hopes for the ZM25 on the A7. I suspect your assessments will prove correct but as long as I keep my eyes covered and only peep out occasionally it might all just work out fine. 'Cause that's how life is...Right!?!

    exactly - My mistake in buying the A7r was for using it with M lenses. Now I'm rather hankering after one again - but this time for using with native lenses.

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    exactly - My mistake in buying the A7r was for using it with M lenses. Now I'm rather hankering after one again - but this time for using with native lenses.
    Hi Jono...Life is weird, I decided to go the other way and keep the A7R and sell off 5 of my M lenses including the ZM25 after not being happy with their performance on the A7R...I am now wondering if that was a mistake on my behalf, time will tell.

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    You say it's Santa Cruz. Looks like Cornwall to me...
    Ah, yes. Those famous Cornish sidewalks!
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Hi Jono...Life is weird, I decided to go the other way and keep the A7R and sell off 5 of my M lenses including the ZM25 after not being happy with their performance on the A7R...I am now wondering if that was a mistake on my behalf, time will tell.
    HI There Barry
    These look great.
    As for M lenses - selling them always seems to be a mistake! I've kept mine, but I'm using them on the M rather than trying to use them with the A7. Now I'm pretty happy - the 24-70 zoom seems to be a success (even if rather an odd success) the 55 f1.8 is stonkingly good, and my M lenses are happy again now they're back on the M.

    Which leads me back to wondering whether I wouldn't like to have an A7r again to go with these lenses!

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    This place is getting very Cornish... I'm potty about it myself.
    .... not just potty about it, born there

    These are from January with either the WATE or the kit lens.



    Buoy and Bucket (Penberth)


    Fish Net Tight (Newlyn)


    That Farmyard Look (opposite the pub at Treen)


    Sky and moors (Chapel Carn Brae)


    Cornish Chain Mail (Carn Euny, Brane)


    Pyrenean sheepdog on Cornish Coast (Treen Cliffs)

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    Many thanks Jono.
    To be honest I always have regrets with selling any of my gear...I would love to keep it all
    Such is life though...The Leica M Summilux 50/1.4 Asph was my all time favourite Leica M lens, the build and image quality was and still is great on a M camera...But I was so blown away with the IQ of the 55/1.8 on the A7R that has led me down another path altogether...I am pretty happy with my decision so far - Still undecided on what lenses to get outside of my 55/1.8, Rokkor 58/1.2 and CV35/1.2 Mk2.
    Cheers Barry

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    HI There Barry
    These look great.
    As for M lenses - selling them always seems to be a mistake! I've kept mine, but I'm using them on the M rather than trying to use them with the A7. Now I'm pretty happy - the 24-70 zoom seems to be a success (even if rather an odd success) the 55 f1.8 is stonkingly good, and my M lenses are happy again now they're back on the M.

    Which leads me back to wondering whether I wouldn't like to have an A7r again to go with these lenses!

    all the best

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    jono:

    still not getting your images on my two shop PC's (Firefox), Surface Pro (Win 8, Explorer), or my shop Mac (Safari) all running from the same router

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    jono:

    still not getting your images on my two shop PC's (Firefox), Surface Pro (Win 8, Explorer), or my shop Mac (Safari) all running from the same router
    Hi There John
    it seems to be a timeout issue, but I'm darned if I know what it is - I've sent you a pm about it.

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    "Shoes, Shoes and Shoes!" Firenze, March 2014

    The heeled Lady, is my beloved wife.
    Thanks for her patience, with a kind of mad Photographer.



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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    .... not just potty about it, born there

    These are from January with either the WATE or the kit lens.



    Buoy and Bucket (Penberth)


    Fish Net Tight (Newlyn)


    That Farmyard Look (opposite the pub at Treen)


    Sky and moors (Chapel Carn Brae)


    Cornish Chain Mail (Carn Euny, Brane)


    Pyrenean sheepdog on Cornish Coast (Treen Cliffs)
    None of this set, nor a couple of prior sets, are showing up on my system either.

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    None of this set, nor a couple of prior sets, are showing up on my system either.

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    Are the images on my website showing up?
    does the text show up?
    is it a time-out issue?

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Jono, fwiw, I am now getting your images, both in this thread and on your site.
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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by erudolph View Post
    Jono, fwiw, I am now getting your images, both in this thread and on your site.
    Well, I'm glad you are, but it's certainly a bit weird

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    Hi Jono,

    I can see them now via Safari on my Mac....couldnt earlier, but could last night on my Surface Pro2

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    HI There Barry
    These look great.
    As for M lenses - selling them always seems to be a mistake! I've kept mine, but I'm using them on the M rather than trying to use them with the A7. Now I'm pretty happy - the 24-70 zoom seems to be a success (even if rather an odd success) the 55 f1.8 is stonkingly good, and my M lenses are happy again now they're back on the M.

    Which leads me back to wondering whether I wouldn't like to have an A7r again to go with these lenses!

    all the best
    I don't mean to beat a dead horse, but Jono has posted many wonderful images produced using his Kit 28-70mm lens, that I'm very curious about what makes him say" the 24-70 zoom seems to be a success (even if rather an odd success)" ?

    I am also using the 28-70mm Kit lens on my A7, and I haven't seen anyone post images with the 24-70mm that are as good or better than the results Jono obtained with his kit lens, so Why spend the money on essentially the same focal range?

    Jono will you do a side by side comparison of the two lens to show us why you feel the 24-70 is a success?

    Thank you
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    'Trefethen Lobsters' - A7R 24-70/F4
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    'Trefethen Lobsters' - A7R 24-70/F4
    Lovely Douglas . . . . Trefethen sounds decidedly Cornish!

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

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    I don't mean to beat a dead horse, but Jono has posted many wonderful images produced using his Kit 28-70mm lens, that I'm very curious about what makes him say" the 24-70 zoom seems to be a success (even if rather an odd success)" ?

    I am also using the 28-70mm Kit lens on my A7, and I haven't seen anyone post images with the 24-70mm that are as good or better than the results Jono obtained with his kit lens, so Why spend the money on essentially the same focal range?

    Jono will you do a side by side comparison of the two lens to show us why you feel the 24-70 is a success?

    Thank you
    Hi Dave
    Yes indeed - it might just be the emperor's new clothes, but I feel that the images from the 24-70 have more 'zing' about them. Certainly, my copy of the kit lens has sharper corners (but I think I was lucky with the kit lens!).

    I'll try and do some comparisons, but time is rather tight at the moment. . . . . . Perhaps Tim should do it (after all, he's much better at this stuff than I am) Tim . . . Tim . . . . . Tiiim

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    As people are having trouble seeing stuff, I thought I might try linking from Flickr instead - does this work for you Roy, John?


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    There's just too many beautifully observed images in this thread for me to single them out for individual 'Likes', or is that me being lazy?
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    HI Godfrey
    Questions (please help!)
    can you paste the link into another browser window?
    Are the images on my website showing up?
    does the text show up?
    is it a time-out issue?

    Thanks in advance!
    Pasting into another browser window didn't do anything.
    Images just showed up in my reply when I saw your reply. They still don't in the original post.
    The text shows up.
    Not sure whether it's a time-out issue.

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    Jono: latest image (this page) showed up very well...thanks for the concern.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

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    Lovely Douglas . . . . Trefethen sounds decidedly Cornish!
    Thanks, Jono! This building is near the end of an old wharf on the Portland (Maine) waterfront. The company was orig. called the N.F. Trefethen Co. I'm told it was founded by Mr. Trefethen ~1870 or so. I believe he was born in/around the Portland area but don't more about his family history. Now you have me curious.

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    splendid!
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    Many thanks Thorkil...Glad you liked them.
    A few more shots taken with the A7R - Projected wall images but with a Cornish mining theme...Barry





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    Some more from Heartlands Cornwall....A7R + 55/F1.8





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    Pedestrian bridge over the Mississippi River, at the University of Minnesota.

    A7R with an ancient Canon FD 20mm f2.8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Dave
    Yes indeed - it might just be the emperor's new clothes, but I feel that the images from the 24-70 have more 'zing' about them. Certainly, my copy of the kit lens has sharper corners (but I think I was lucky with the kit lens!).

    I'll try and do some comparisons, but time is rather tight at the moment. . . . . . Perhaps Tim should do it (after all, he's much better at this stuff than I am) Tim . . . Tim . . . . . Tiiim

    all the best
    I already did it an posted the results in a thread somewhere here, can't remember where, but in any event it was no contest, at least between my copies on an A7R. The 28-70 is a kit lens and looks like it, though it does often shine. The 24-70 has Zeiss genes and they show.
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    As people are having trouble seeing stuff, I thought I might try linking from Flickr instead - does this work for you Roy, John?


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    As people are having trouble seeing stuff, I thought I might try linking from Flickr instead - does this work for you Roy, John?


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    Prefer PIMS #1 myself...a bit more fruit.....

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    'missing' - A7R 24-70/F4
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    A few sea lions were lazing about in the water off the pier yesterday too.









    All taken with Sony A7 + Elmar-R 180mm f/4

    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.
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    More at the Northlake shipyard.

    A7, Sony Zeiss 24-70mm f/4, 33mm, 1/125s @ f/4, ISO 500


    A7, Sony Zeiss 24-70mm f/4, 24mm, 1/125s @ f/4, ISO 250


    A7, Sony Zeiss 24-70mm f/4, 70mm, 1/125s @ f/4, ISO 640


    A7, Sony Zeiss 24-70mm f/4, 70mm, 1/125s @ f/4, ISO 1250


    A7, Sony Zeiss 24-70mm f/4, 24mm, 1/125s @ f/4, ISO 200


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    HI Godfrey
    Questions (please help!)
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    does the text show up?
    is it a time-out issue?

    Thanks in advance!
    Jono: They show up at home (cable, very fast), on my iPad through AT&T (very fast); but not at work on the world's slowest DSL(Century Link). Good news...Comcast will run cable to my office for $69k. Maybe, I could get some of my neighbors to share it?

    Ps: I'm also thinking of getting the A7r, again, for use with the native lenses. It will be a good backup for the all B & W "A7r" Sony's going to announce in May.

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    An embarrassingly extreme crop.

    A7, Sony Zeiss 24-70mm f/4, 65mm, 1/80 s @ f4; ISO 250


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    Many thanks Thorkil...Glad you liked them.



    specially those here are very graphic in a very special artistic way!(and the top one is the most special one)
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    "Palazzo Vecchio"


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    Abstract mural old Roman Villa Oplontis.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Lovely spring light here at the moment - here are a couple with the 55 f1.8 - what a truly lovely lens it is!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Lovely spring light here at the moment - here are a couple with the 55 f1.8 - what a truly lovely lens it is!

    Flickr.com is delivering your photos nicely again, Jono. ;-)

    I like this one. Is the very green coloration I see accurate? I wonder what a monochrome rendering would do.

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

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    Flickr.com is delivering your photos nicely again, Jono. ;-)

    I like this one. Is the very green coloration I see accurate? I wonder what a monochrome rendering would do.

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    HI Godfrey - the colour is spot on - algae from a wet winter and early(isn) morning light.

    I might try a Monochrome version....

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    i am seeing now jono's as well.

    that Sloe gin reminds me of a particularly nasty event in grad school...
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    that Sloe gin reminds me of a particularly nasty event in grad school...
    funny now but probably not back then, I'd guess

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Villa Oplontis.



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    Sony A7+55/1.8 - definitely the best 'normal' lens I have ever owned.



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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

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    Villa Oplontis.



    What a composition! What a mood! It's like a dream within a dream within a dream!
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