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    Excellent! You are making good use use of the 24-70.
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    First shot with the Zeiss C/Y 85/1.4. Camera was at about f/4 ISO 400 (with a ND4 filter on.) I also managed to score a Zeiss 24-70/4 this week as well when I went to pick up my 35/2.8. I decided against the 35 FE although it clearly wins in size advantage. I rather have a native wide angle lens for now.

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    Strictly forbidden to photograph, but how would I know?
    It was pitch dark in there only spotlights on the wonderful and mysterious paintings of Zurbarán.


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    I tested some aps-c lenses on the a7r.
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    A deadly distortion test. This is the best I could make of it so far.

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    A7+CV21/1.8

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    A deadly distortion test. This is the best I could make of it so far.

    ...it's almost Square, Michiel ! ()
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    Yeah a high square it is...
    Especially for you Thorkil, a dark 10000 ISO alley from Napels.
    Ideal to get robbed, but they didn't.......

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    This month we're running a "prime challenge" on Dyxum, everybody just using one or two primes and posting pic-a-day.

    I'm having a lot of fun with my NEX6 and a recently acquired Sony E20/2.8, a neat little small lens with great IQ

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    And this guy was obviously having fun with his ~80 year old Renault
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    Some long distance macro shots ...





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    Some long distance macro shots ...
    Great stuff Bart - I want that lens!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    A deadly distortion test. This is the best I could make of it so far.

    PT lens plug in works great in Ps cost I think 29 dollars. It has the 18 profile in it and cleans up nice plus hundreds of other lenses.
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    A7 55mm 1.8
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    Pike Place Market around 6:00 PM, today.

    A7, Leica Summicron R 90mm F2, 1/8000s @ f/2, ISO 400


    A7, Leica Summicron R 90mm F2, 1/2000s @ f/2, ISO 800


    A7, Leica Summicron R 90mm F2, 1/1600s @ f/2, ISO 800


    A7, Leica Summicron R 90mm F2, 1/200s @ f/2, ISO 800


    A7, Leica Summicron R 90mm F2, 1/640s @ f/2, ISO 800

    A7, Leica Summicron R 90mm F2, 1/640s @ f/2, ISO 800


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    Pike Place Market busker.

    A7, Leica Summicron R 90mm F2, 1/1250 @ f/2; IS0 800


    A7, Leica Summicron R 90mm F2, 1/1250 @ f/2; IS0 800


    A7, Leica Summicron R 90mm F2, 1/1000 @ f/2; IS0 800


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    One of my Iitalla kiwi's ...

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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Yeah a high square it is...
    Especially for you Thorkil, a dark 10000 ISO alley from Napels.
    Ideal to get robbed, but they didn't.......

    Thank you Michiel! Very nice mood, despite the long knifes! Some years ago I read an article about Napels (it can be dangerous to read too much too..), that in average, 12 persons were murdered a day (including nights I guess..) So I better stick to the Garda lake, Venice, Verona and so on. Going there Friday. My intention are just a simple A7 with kit lens to a start, while it's supported, as Guy told, in C1.
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    "Bleeding Heart" (Lamprocapnos spectabilis)


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    Lots of great photos! I've been too busy to keep up.

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    Lloyd Hotel interiors













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    Vermont's sweet stuff is more than just maple syrup.
    Here's one more...
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    Midday outing yesterday with A7 and Voigtlander Heliar 50mm/f2 LTM (rigid)













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    A7r, FE 24-70.


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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    I read an article about Napels
    I don't mean to be rude, I am just curious. Where does "Napels" come from? As far as I know, it's either "Napoli" (the real McCoy) or "Naples" (the English version)
    Ok, "Neapolis" as well, the ancient Greek name.

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    Sony A7 + Elmarit-R 24mm f/2.8
    ISO 100 @ f/4.7 @ 1/250 s

    From this morning's walk.
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    Pike Place Market.

    A7r, 55mm f/1.8, 1/800s @ f/1.8; ISO 640


    A7r, 55mm f/1.8, 1/800s @ f/1.8; ISO 640


    A7, Leica Summicron-R 90mm f/2, 1/800s @ f/2; ISO 800


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    Adapter and 70-400 G.

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    Camelias and azaleas in the front yard.

    A7r, Zeiss Planar 1.4/50 C/Y, 1/200s, ISO 160


    A7r, Zeiss Planar 1.4/50 C/Y, 1/250s, ISO 160


    A7r, Zeiss Planar 1.4/50 C/Y, 1/250s, ISO 100


    A7r, Zeiss Planar 1.4/50 C/Y, 1/250s, ISO 100


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    Some B&W HDRs experiments with A7R and Leica 28/2 cron











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    Re: Fun with the Sony A7 and A7r series

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    I don't mean to be rude, I am just curious. Where does "Napels" come from? As far as I know, it's either "Napoli" (the real McCoy) or "Naples" (the English version)
    Ok, "Neapolis" as well, the ancient Greek name.

    Scusi...scusi!
    You are right, both Michiel and I fell in the ditch! Should have been Naples or Napoli
    In Danish it's Napoli too, and its sounds better too
    And Venezia is far better too, than Venice
    But I had to try to sound international
    When I hear the original Italian Words I can almost smell it, feel the mood on my skin and hear the different sounds. San Zeno di Montagna is calling.
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    Scusi...scusi!
    You are right, both Michiel and I fell in the ditch! Should have been Naples or Napoli
    In Danish it's Napoli too, and its sounds better too
    And Venezia is far better too, than Venice
    But I had to try to sound international
    When I hear the original Italian Words I can almost smell it, feel the mood on my skin and hear the different sounds. San Zeno di Montagna is calling.
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    Sorry for the many flowers, I am in the garden, we have beautifully weather here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by f64 View Post
    I don't mean to be rude, I am just curious. Where does "Napels" come from? As far as I know, it's either "Napoli" (the real McCoy) or "Naples" (the English version)
    Ok, "Neapolis" as well, the ancient Greek name.
    Thanks, my fault.
    It is sometimes hard to find the English word for city names.
    Napels is the Dutch word for Naples.

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    Passage in The Haque. (Den Haag or 's Gravenhage in Dutch )

    Testing a new wide zoom.



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    I'm reposting one photo that's been cropped, but the amount of detail is amazing.
    This skier was coming off an almost vertical wall at an elevation of around 4000 feet. Spring in New England!
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    Johnny... that looks pretty steep...

    @Michiel: The greatest lens collector you make me jealous- looks pretty good to me...
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    Passage in The Haque. (Den Haag or 's Gravenhage in Dutch )

    Testing a new wide zoom.



    Hi Michiel,
    The 20mm wide end looks excellent.
    Is it just as good at the 35mm end and in between?
    Cheers Barry
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Hi Michiel,
    The 20mm wide end looks excellent.
    Is it just as good at the 35mm end and in between?
    Cheers Barry
    Did not systematicly check that yet.

    I love the (wide) reach of this lens. No color cast problems and distortion is not to bad.
    For now I think it is a great interior/architecture lens. I am going to try it in a museum soon.

    Outside in the sun yesterday it was all a little to contrasty to my taste, so don't know yet. Colors were a bit harsh.

    It has no crazy flare problems. The first picture is right against the sun. (BTW this is the Piece palace in The Haque)





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    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    A7R FE 24-70
    (very nice!) it looks like it at 24mm?? If so, the 24mm-end perhaps is not so bad after all?
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