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    Pramote- beautiful shot - light and colours - wow
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    Pramote- beautiful shot - light and colours - wow
    Thank you so much for your kind words!
    Colors and light of the scene were exactly in my head for 5 miles before I turned my car back.

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    Paradise Divide, CO at 11, 250 ft
    Sony A7R IV/Zeiss 24-70mm f/4
    Horizontal stitches

    This was my 3rd attempt in 7 years trying to visit this place.
    1st attempt - Road block with snow without a warning "Road Closed" sign!!! I had to turn a steering wheel uncountable times to get a car back on a very narrow road with steep cliff on one side. It was the scariest experience in my life! I've never told my wife about this incident!!!
    2nd attempt - Better situation. The road was closed due to snow.
    Both trips were in June-July.
    Be warned for a fainted heart, it is noted as an easy drive by 4x4 Explorer.com. I guess it's easy if the road is in perfect condition, if there is no car passing you by, if you don't have heart condition etc.
    It's a hair raising drive to reach this location but well worth it.
    Being able to visit the place this time was very special to me. But I have to go back again at least once to get the reflection of the mountains on the water at sunrise.

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    Superb photographs being posted.

    Promote, pegelli, Barry, Shac, KH to name a few...

    I have to keep reminding myself that it the eyes and mind behind the Sony that is
    Delivering this quality.

    Bravo! to you all, and thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Superb photographs being posted.

    Promote, pegelli, Barry, Shac, KH to name a few...

    I have to keep reminding myself that it the eyes and mind behind the Sony that is
    Delivering this quality.

    Bravo! to you all, and thank you.
    Rayyan,

    Thank you so much for your kind words! I truly appreciate them.
    I also would like to thank friends here who share their superb pictures and stories.
    I've truly enjoyed this forum long before I started posting.

    Best Regards,

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    Hi Pramote, my you are really on a roll both here and in the medium format thread! Well done mate, excellent work!
    Regards, Alan.
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    Hi Pramote, my you are really on a roll both here and in the medium format thread! Well done mate, excellent work!
    Hi Alan,

    Thank you so much for your kind! I really appreciate it.
    I used the Sony A7R IV with only 2 lenses, 24-70 f/4 and 70-200 f/4 about 90% of the time during this trip to Southwest CO. I used them mainly handheld. They were on my passenger seat. When I got potential pictures, I would use both the Sony and Phase One with tripods.
    I've had Sony A7R II for many years but rarely used it, not because of its image quality which is amazing. I just didn't like it. I skipped the A7R III upgrade and planned to sell all Sony gears.
    I ordered the A7R IV at B&H on the day of its announcement but cancelled the order few days later. B&H messed up and sent it to me any way. After I tried it for few days, I love it!
    The Sony A7R will be my main 35mm camera system in many years to come. I think Sony've got it right this time (at least for me). There are lots of features I like and the grip and handling are great.
    I am so happy. Finally, I've found the 35mm digital camera I love.

    Sorry for the long massage.

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    A peaceful misty morning on the Utrechtse Heuvelrug (Netherlands)


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    It sounds like they have sorted the 7 series out and I am pleased you are enjoying it so much! I did not gel with the original A7 at all, great files but the camera was flimsy, uncomfortable to use and the menus omg! If I did not like my Gfx so much I would probably take a look at the r4. Nevermind the long post, good to have a proper user report
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    It sounds like they have sorted the 7 series out and I am pleased you are enjoying it so much! I did not gel with the original A7 at all, great files but the camera was flimsy, uncomfortable to use and the menus omg! If I did not like my Gfx so much I would probably take a look at the r4. Nevermind the long post, good to have a proper user report
    Thank you Alan! I'm glad I extensively used the Sony A7R IV during my latest trip. It worked very well for my landscape photography along with the Phase One. The camera and lenses are light and perfect for traveling.
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    Taken today at Antony House with the latest Sigma Art 35mm F1.2 - A7R4 all @ F1.2
    It's one amazing lens!...incredibly sharp at F1.2 with a fantastic creamy OoF rendering.
    Sadly though most ppl will be put off by it's weight and size (circa 1.1Kg in weight and longer than my 135mm GM).















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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ute View Post
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    I think you have totally tamed your Tokina.It wont go against your wish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by B L View Post
    I think you have totally tamed your Tokina.It wont go against your wish.
    Thank you for the kind words
    Much appreciated
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    Well, I certainly cannot compete with the array of stunning landscapes that have been posted of late! Anyway, something on a much smaller scale caught my eye this morning. A7III, Sigma 45mm f2.8 DG DN Contemporary.

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    The Crossing - A7R4 + Sony 24-105mm G lens




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    Molas Lake, Silverton, CO

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    This is Luna...who we recently collected from the local cat rescue centre.
    A7R4 + Sigma Art 35mm F1.2 (100% crop link below).





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    What a spectacular lens, Barry.
    And Luna seems to be a lovely model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    What a spectacular lens, Barry.
    And Luna seems to be a lovely model.

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    Thank you Bart....Luna is indeed lovely, sadly she had been badly mistreated in her past but fortunately rescued from that previous existence!...We are very happy to have her with us now and she is settling in just fine

    Re: Sigma Art 35mm F1.2 DG DN Sony FE mount (Brief summary)...Spectacular indeed!
    This is one of Sigma's recently announced ART lenses specifically designed for mirrorless cameras rather than DSLR's - It has a very tiny amount of CA shot WO which cleans up dead easy in ACR (A lot less than you would expect from such a fast lens...much less than the LaCA on our 21mm f1.4 Noktons).
    Barrel distortion is evident in the (fixable) raw files but not really evident in the jpgs with camera corrections switched on as you would naturally expect.
    The weight, size, focus by wire and possibly the price will be the main drawbacks for those who like to manual focus their Voigtlander 40mm F1.2 E...Other than that - IMO it is the finest 35mm FL lens that I have owned to date MF or AF (and I have owned many).
    Bokeh quality is subjective but for me it has that lovely soft buttery rendering WO with fantastic sharpness from f/1.2 upwards.
    It's relatively easy today to find a super sharp 35mm WA (Aperture stopped down) lens or a 35mm WA lens with creamy/dreamy bokeh (Aperture wide open) but not so easy to find a lens with both those attributes altogether in one single package that works well with Sony's thick sensor cover glass that doesn't require an adapter.

    Some links for those who maybe interested in knowing more...

    Sigma (Specs etc...) https://www.sigma-imaging-uk.com/sigma-35mm-dg-dn-art/
    Roger Cicala (Lensrentals) MTF graphs - Sharpness comparisons etc... https://www.lensrentals.com/blog/201...m-f1-2-dg-art/
    Phillip Reeve - Bastian K review https://phillipreeve.net/blog/review...1-2-art-dg-dn/
    Camera Labs - Gordon https://www.cameralabs.com/sigma-35m...dn-art-review/
    DPReview Gallery sample images https://www.dpreview.com/samples/630...sample-gallery
    Dustin Abbott https://dustinabbott.net/2019/10/sig...image-gallery/
    Jared Polin....it even passes his sniff test and wind tunnel test (13.33) LOL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFuJhMhMBxI

    Others...
    https://www.camerastuffreview.com/en...-1-2-dg-dn-art
    https://www.thephoblographer.com/201...-and-weight/#/
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    Taken 1 foot from the front door.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ute View Post
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    Those are precious stones. The foreground stone looks like world's largest ruby.
    Please tell the administrations there not to erect any pylons or phone towers!
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    Another quiet morning mood from the Utrechtse Heuvelrug


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    Quote Originally Posted by B L View Post
    Those are precious stones. The foreground stone looks like world's largest ruby.
    Please tell the administrations there not to erect any pylons or phone towers!
    That will not ever be possible
    It is a State Park
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    Gunnison River, Gunnison, CO

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    Another image taken with the Sigma Art 35mm F1.2 at Antony House NT





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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Thank you Bart....Luna is indeed lovely, sadly she had been badly mistreated in her past but fortunately rescued from that previous existence!...We are very happy to have her with us now and she is settling in just fine

    Re: Sigma Art 35mm F1.2 DG DN Sony FE mount (Brief summary)...Spectacular indeed!
    This is one of Sigma's recently announced ART lenses specifically designed for mirrorless cameras rather than DSLR's - It has a very tiny amount of CA shot WO which cleans up dead easy in ACR (A lot less than you would expect from such a fast lens...much less than the LaCA on our 21mm f1.4 Noktons).
    Barrel distortion is evident in the (fixable) raw files but not really evident in the jpgs with camera corrections switched on as you would naturally expect.
    The weight, size, focus by wire and possibly the price will be the main drawbacks for those who like to manual focus their Voigtlander 40mm F1.2 E...Other than that - IMO it is the finest 35mm FL lens that I have owned to date MF or AF (and I have owned many).
    Bokeh quality is subjective but for me it has that lovely soft buttery rendering WO with fantastic sharpness from f/1.2 upwards.
    It's relatively easy today to find a super sharp 35mm WA (Aperture stopped down) lens or a 35mm WA lens with creamy/dreamy bokeh (Aperture wide open) but not so easy to find a lens with both those attributes altogether in one single package that works well with Sony's thick sensor cover glass that doesn't require an adapter.
    Barry..... thanks much for feedback on this exciting lens. Just got my 7RIV and needed a 35mm lens and was looking hard at the Milvus but have read a lot about the Sigma... all positive except for size, weight and cost. None of that bothers me.

    I'll have it in two days. Today I receive the Voightlander 65mm. Exciting times..... This is more fun than my 4150

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    And see I'm thinking of making my kit even smaller
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ute View Post
    And see I'm thinking of making my kit even smaller
    I agree, it's a constant struggle. Every time I see these nice photo's from the Fuji and Hasselblad "cropped" MF's I get tempted, same with the great (and big/heavy) Sony G lenses. But in the end there's no way I can carry it all on the type of outings I make, so smaller size and reasonable performance come at a premium for me. But that doesn't mean that I can't dream about those other systems and lenses
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    A land and cloudscape near Sligachan on Skye


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    Barry..... thanks much for feedback on this exciting lens. Just got my 7RIV and needed a 35mm lens and was looking hard at the Milvus but have read a lot about the Sigma... all positive except for size, weight and cost. None of that bothers me.

    I'll have it in two days. Today I receive the Voightlander 65mm. Exciting times..... This is more fun than my 4150

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    Congrats Victor on getting your A7R4...Having fun with your gear is surely what it's all about :-)
    The 65mm Voigtlander Apo-Lanthar and the Sigma ART 35mm f1.2 DG DN are stunning pieces of glass for the Sony mirrorless cameras.
    Excellent choices IMHO (especially if you are not concerned with regards to the weight)...enjoy :-)
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    The Old Black Walnut Tree...A7R4 + Sigma Art 14-24mm (24mm @ f8)





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    These are SOOC without any edits from the 17-28/2.8.



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    Quote Originally Posted by vjbelle View Post
    Barry..... thanks much for feedback on this exciting lens. Just got my 7RIV and needed a 35mm lens and was looking hard at the Milvus but have read a lot about the Sigma... all positive except for size, weight and cost. None of that bothers me.

    I'll have it in two days. Today I receive the Voightlander 65mm. Exciting times..... This is more fun than my 4150

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    Hi Victor,

    I am also a Phase One IQ4150 owner. Compared to the P1, the Sony A7R IV is a super camera But it took me several years until I started to like the Sony A7R. I think Sony've listened to the users and critics.

    There are lots of fantastic light-weighted lenses to choose from - Sony 24mm f/1.4, Sony 12-24mm, Sony 24-105mm, Zeiss Batis 18mm, Sony 70-200mm f/4 etc. Even the old Zeiss 16-35 and 24-70mm f/4 are fantastic and weight nothing. I've just bought the 200-600mm and it's amazingly light. It also works very well with the x1.4 and 2.0 TC. My main priority for the Sony A7R IV lenses is "light-weighted".

    Basically, I get the 24-105 (or Zeiss 24-70), 70-200 f/4 and 16-35 f/4 (or f/2.8) and I'm good to go.

    I also have a lot of fun with a wide varieties of specialty lenses for example the Zeiss Otus 55mm and Leica 50mm Noct and APO (although it's not as good as using with the native Leica M/SL). The files are gorgeous with 3D quality like Barry's Sigma 35mm f/1.2. If you have Canon lenses the Sigma adapter works very well. It's a plus.

    You will love it. You will find out it's a great complement to the Phase One. At least it works for me.

    Best

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