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    'Het Sieraad' ...

    I think this 21mm lens is like a strategic weapon against all other 21mm F1.4 ?
    Noticed almost all your pic with this lens proving its ability. But also it is in very capable hands.
    Among my four Voigtländer lenses I'd say the 65/2.0 and recently this 21/1.4 are the ones that stand out.
    Whether the 21/1.4 is a 'strategic weapon', I can't tell though.
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    From a recent trip to Assisi, sometimes things just fall into place.

    Sony ILCE-7RM3 24mm F1.4 GM ƒ/5.6 1/1000 ISO 100


    Monk, Assisi by Patrick Kolb, on Flickr
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    'Het Sieraad' ...





    | a7r2 | voigtländer 21/1.4 |
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    Reynisdrangar Sea Stacks and Black Sand Beach, Iceland. A7rlll, 24-70 GM. Attachment 144137
    Very atmospheric! What would it look like if the foreground was cropped a little?

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    Some fun at Disney's California Adventure with the Tamron 17-28:


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    The Navy Inn at Plymouth a few hours ago - Sony GM 135mm f1.8





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    A 4-day backpack trip to the mountains last week with an A6500 & 18-135

    Sunrise - the only clear one


    Except for 1 day, much of the weather was like this


    Fireweed turning to fall colours
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    "Water canyon"
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    Re: Fun With Sony Cameras

    Bugs A9 & 100-400 FE




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    [QUOTE=Shac;799704]Bugs A9 & 100-400 FE
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    Many thanks cerett. It was a slow "day" - just a few insects around - fall has begun round here

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    Taken a couple of hours ago...Light Fishing
    Sony A7R4 - GM 135mm





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    Peep Hole - A7R4 GM 135mm





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    Just received a Sunway wormdrive macro rail (manual) and tried it out with my A7R3 and 90FE. Stack of 35 images of the raven skull using Zerene Stacker
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shac View Post
    Just received a Sunway wormdrive macro rail (manual) and tried it out with my A7R3 and 90FE. Stack of 35 images of the raven skull using Zerene Stacker

    Thanks Shac. Terrific image.
    If my eyes don’t deceive me, there are still a few out-of-focus areas inside at the back of the skull.
    They don’t distract me at all.
    Having produced a lot of focus stacked images with Helicon I am wondering what’s the cause of that.
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Walker at Pentire Head - A7R4 + 50mm Nokton f1.2





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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Shac. Terrific image.
    If my eyes don’t deceive me, there are still a few out-of-focus areas inside at the back of the skull.
    They don’t distract me at all.
    Having produced a lot of focus stacked images with Helicon I am wondering what’s the cause of that.
    Hi KH - yes not 100% in focus - So I was probably lazy.
    This was my second attempt - the first was scrapped b/c I forgot to dust the skull off.
    I can recommend the Sunway manual wormdrive - well made for its price.
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    Barry - fabulous image!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shac View Post
    Barry - fabulous image!
    Thank you David...Likewise I was impressed by your bird skull image.
    I have still not mastered stacking images at all, that was a lot better than anything that I could have produced...nice one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmTK View Post
    Happy Birthday pegelli!
    Thanks a lot, sorry for responding so late but I was on a 10 day tour of Schotland/Skye and just came back yesterday. Much appreciated

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    Barbiere in Todi Italy from a recent trip.

    Sony ILCE-7RM3 FE 50mm F1.4 ZA ƒ/5.6 1/80sec ISO 100

    Barbiere, Todi by Patrick Kolb, on Flickr
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    I was on a 10 day tour of Schotland/Skye and just came back yesterday
    Looking forward to seeing the fruits of your time there Pieter!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Looking forward to seeing the fruits of your time there Pieter!
    Me too .
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    OK gents, still a lot of images to process, but here's a few

    1: Leaving IJmuiden on the ferry to Newcastle, A puff of smoke for Bart in the background



    2: Who thinks an ad for Tennessee Whiskey can impress a Scotsman?



    3: A look over Edinburg from Holyrood park



    4: Drain pipes galore in Dean's village (Edinburgh)



    5: Edinburgh castle, more impressive from the back than from the front


    (Lots) more to come, just need time processing
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    Santa Maria della Consolazione, Todi, Italy.

    Sony ILCE-7RM3 FE 24mm F1.4 GM ƒ/5.6 1/1000sec ISO100

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    Sunset, Laket Tekapo, South Island, New Zealand. Re-postprocessed.
    a7r + LA EA4 + 24 ZA


    Sunset, Mt. Fuji, Japan. BW. Handheld multiple shots stacked.
    a7ii + Loxia 50
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    Have been idling about in Spain the last few weeks.
    In a Spanish beach-side bar. A7III, Sigma 45mm f2.8 DG DN Contemporary.

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    Slowly working through my Scotland travel pictures

    1: Forth bridge in (South) Queensferry

    A7ii + FE70-300G


    2: On the flanks of the Quiraing (Skye)

    A7 + FE24-70/4CZ


    3: Small waterfall close to Sligachan (Skye)

    A6000 + E10-18/4
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    Hacienda. An early evening stroll yesterday. 1967 35mm Summaron f2.8 on A7III.

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    NDSM warehouse ...



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    amsterdam marina (16x9) ...



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    amsterdam marina (65x24) ...



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    from russia (3656x1350) ...



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    Taken a few hours ago with the A7R4...I needed a longer reach than the GM 85mm and the sea spray made changing to a longer lens somewhat awkward, well not unless I wanted to coat my sensor in brine
    Easy solution I switched to the APS-C format which is very usable IMO.





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    In an empty Spanish bar. A7III, 25mm Loxia.

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    One of the iconic places on Skye is Elgol beach, almost everybody is going there to catch the sunset at the special rock

    But sometimes there's an opportunity to catch a "non-iconic" photo there, with a ferry passing Elgol beach at sunset:



    But when I was there there I obviously also wanted my own version of the iconic rock formation


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    A few Cornish iconic rocks
    I was hoping Pieter that you were coming this way...maybe next year

    Trevaunance Cove - GM 85mm + Distagon 21mm










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    A couple of images taken during a stroll along Laguna Beach this a.m. Got to use my new A7r4 and Zeiss 18mm Batis lens. Name:  _DSC0054- Edit.jpg
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    Walking on water...A7R4 + GM 135mm in APS-C crop mode





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    Walking on water...A7R4 + GM 135mm in APS-C crop mode

    Congratulations Barry on your A7R4 + GM 135mm.
    You are already putting them to terrific use.
    What’s your initial impression? TIA.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Congratulations Barry on your A7R4 + GM 135mm.
    You are already putting them to terrific use.
    What’s your initial impression? TIA.
    Thank you K-H.

    Re: A7R4. The short answer it's a very good one

    The 135mm is probably the sharpest "Sony" lens that I currently own (or have owned so far to date... 16-35/4...Zony 35/1.4...Sonnar 55/1.8...GM 85/1.4...G 90/2.8...G70-200/4...GM 100-400mm)...definitely going to keep this piece of glass.

    I purchased the A7R4 about 3 weeks ago from HK because the waiting list/time here in the UK was just so long.
    The first few days was getting my head around the settings in the menu system...followed by some prolonged awful windy/rainy days - Typical Cornish weather!
    I really have not spent that much time with the camera as of yet (not as much as I was hoping for), still early days...Definitely no regrets with the purchase.
    The A7R4 has a noticeable jump in IQ and resolution over my worn out battered A7R2...The A7R4 extra resolution now best serves me for APS-C cropping a lens and a wider focal length gapping as opposed to just making larger prints.

    The camera itself is pretty amazing in what it is capable of being able to achieve and also in what it can produce...Build quality and AF is much improved over my A7R2...I have no interest in the movie side of the camera, so can't really comment.

    The main downside with the camera is still the menu system...It's way overly complicated and hard to remember where everything is (Somebody new coming to Sony for the first time would probably struggle for awhile)...Setting up correctly the shortcut custom keys/Function Menu Set/My Menu helps access what is important to your individual way of shooting.

    I updated my SD cards to a pair of Sony Tough 128GB cards which work great with the camera (Each card now produces 1002 shots of Raw uncompressed with fast read/write speeds)...A single battery is good for a days shooting unless you do 10fps all the time (i.e. sports/wildlife photography).

    The GM 100-400mm is a more recent acquisition than the camera, which is still waiting to be introduced to the Cornish coast..I eventually caved in on that lens as I needed the extra reach over the 135mm...Your images (and David's) helped make up my mind for me.

    Also I just wanted to thank you personally for all of your support over on FM.

    Cheers Barry

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