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    Re: Fun With Sony Cameras

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    White Pocket Arizona
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    A few more from White Pocket
    A7RII/ Tokina Firin 20mm f2
    Mike, White Pocket is a magical place and you've captured it well. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Colson View Post
    Mike, White Pocket is a magical place and you've captured it well. Thanks for sharing.

    Joe
    It truly is other-worldly
    As you probably know it is one of my favorite places
    My pleasure
    Thanks for the kind words
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    Just for you Joe
    Here's a couple more

    A7RII/ Tokina Firin 20mm f2
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    Thank you Keith

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    Great Barry Love the look of the 135mm lens. Mine arrives this morning and fingers crossed for perfect symmetry. I'll know very quickly.

    Cheers.....

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    Just took my new Tamron 24mm f2.8 out for a quick spin
    It is very small and light (which I love)
    The first photo is at f11 and the 2nd at 2.8
    It appears to be sharp throughout the frame w a nice smooth bokeh
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    I will probably be taking it out for more extensive testing later today and will post if I do
    My initial impression it that it's a winner especially at it's price point
    By the way this is mostly straight out of the camera with minimal sharpening applied
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    Quote Originally Posted by vjbelle View Post
    Great Barry Love the look of the 135mm lens. Mine arrives this morning and fingers crossed for perfect symmetry. I'll know very quickly.

    Cheers.....

    Victor
    Thank you Victor....Hope all goes well with the arrival of your 135mm lens this morning (+ that you end up with a well corrected example :-) ).

    I assume that you went with the GM rather than the ART in the end....either way both are great lenses...I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoy mine

    Look forward to seeing your images later on.

    Cheers Barry

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    CV40


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Thank you Victor....Hope all goes well with the arrival of your 135mm lens this morning (+ that you end up with a well corrected example :-) ).

    I assume that you went with the GM rather than the ART in the end....either way both are great lenses...I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoy mine

    Look forward to seeing your images later on.

    Cheers Barry

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    Yes, Barry..... I did order the GM. I've just checked the corners at f1.8 with my usual decentering test and they are extremely sharp through the EVF. This is extremely encouraging and I expect the lens to perform flawlessly with my standard test shots. This may have to wait until the weather clears up a little.

    Although I haven't mentioned it in the past my real enthusiasm for this camera is for use on my Actus. Given the image circles of my Digitar lenses and the Rody 90 I can easily shift 20mm and still remain inside the very sweet spot of those lenses given the size of the sensor. I can make a 16X9 image with the camera in portrait position which consists of 5 very quick shots (20mm L&R with each shot at 10mm steps) and this makes a 160MP+ image. I have lots of room for rise giving me nice straight lines. Granted I don't have the ability to isolate with those lenses like I can with the Sigma/Sony lenses but they arenít designed for that. This is all very exciting as I can travel with the Actus and maybe three lenses and the Sony with maybe three lenses and have the best of all worlds. I've been waiting a long time for this. My Phase 4150 is already starting to get lonely...

    Will post back when further test shots are taken....

    Cheers....

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    A couple more shots taken w my new Tamron 24mm
    Both taken tripod-mounted at f11
    A7RII
    Considering how light and inexpensive it is I have to say I'm quite pleased
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    Stormy mesa
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    A6500+18-135. Some images incl. panos from backpack trips this summer
    We camped on this ridge - weather was "interesting"


    Camped next to the lake at right of centre


    Burn was in 2017


    Couple of sunsets


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    Grandkids, retirement, selling a house and buying another - all getting the way of visiting and posting - back in a regular way soon, I hope.
    In the meantime, Ireland.



    Scratches on the windows date from the 19th century - click and choose a large size if you want to read the text:






    Iím pretty sure the inhabitants in Ireland from -4000 to -1000 bc saw rocks differently than we do - they moved each one, sometimes, hundred of miles to build their rings and dolmens.
    They missed this one - the sleeping rabbit in the Burren:


    And the old man in the Burren:
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    Sunset in the Lofoten (later that night we also got a splendid Aurora Borealis display)


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    Bear-hug.
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    The Hilton Hotel and Hilton marina in Amsterdam


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    Every other day routine.... I actually look forward to shaving as I've made it into an enjoyable experience.

    Sony R7M4, Sony 135mm @ f1.8.

    cheers......

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    "El Castillo" after a the recent snow
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    Portland Bill - A7R2 + 21mm Distagon





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    Hi Barry,

    I had a day trip to Weymouth a few months ago but the weather was not conducive to building sandcastles so I hopped on the No 1 bus and did
    a non-stop circular tour of the Isle of Portland (not as far as the lighthouse tho') and grabbed this quick shot on the way back to Weymouth
    of Chesil Beach which stretches for 18 miles into the sea mist.

    I processed it to look like an old handed-tinted pic.

    I found Portland a rather strange place for some reason, perhaps the gloomy weather, and may return next year to have a further look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    Hi Barry,

    I had a day trip to Weymouth a few months ago but the weather was not conducive to building sandcastles so I hopped on the No 1 bus and did
    a non-stop circular tour of the Isle of Portland (not as far as the lighthouse tho') and grabbed this quick shot on the way back to Weymouth
    of Chesil Beach which stretches for 18 miles into the sea mist.

    I processed it to look like an old handed-tinted pic.

    I found Portland a rather strange place for some reason, perhaps the gloomy weather, and may return next year to have a further look.
    Hi Gandolfi, I spent about 5 days in Weymouth earlier this year, traveling mostly by car and boat around Portland Bill and Chesil Beach area.
    Traveling by bus as opposed to driving a car allows you to have a good look around without having to concentrate on the road ahead of you.
    I couldn't agree more, it is a strange place! - I'm sure there are pictures to be had but I sadly came back home pretty much empty handed

    I like your image, it does look a bit like an old post card with of course your own unique PP interpretation applied
    Just checking out some old postcards from around that scenic view point to see how things have changed over the years.
    http://www.oldpicturepostcard.co.uk/...s/portland.htm

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    Cornish Fishing Boats - A7R4 + GM 135mm





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    Snow Canyon State park
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    Snow Canyon State park
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    A7RII/Tamron 24mm
    Is this the new Tamron 24/2.8 Macro lens?
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    Quote Originally Posted by iiiNelson View Post
    Is this the new Tamron 24/2.8 Macro lens?
    Yes it is
    I plan on getting the 20 when it comes out
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    Here's an example of it's close up ability
    f2.8
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    A few more from Snow Canyon SP
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    sunbathing ...



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    Taken a couple of hours ago up on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall
    A7R4 + ART DN DG 14-24mm f2.8










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    The ever expanding container terminals in the Antwerp harbour


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    "Views from above"
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    From Lanhydrock looking towards Waterlake, taken on this afternoons stroll.
    A7R4 + ART 14-24mm DN DG @ 23mm





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    Wave breaker


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    Out for a hike on the hills above home
    "Bridge over the river Virgin"
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    Working up a head of steam for Christmas? A7III, Tamron 28-75mm RXD.

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    Working up a head of steam for Christmas? A7III, Tamron 28-75mm RXD.

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    Love the old train! Merry Christmas all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    Love the old train!
    Dave in NJ
    Me too

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    Just started to process some of my Greek photos. Here's one from the sunset in Mykonos and the Caldera in Santorini.

    Mykonos Coast by Tre Nelson, on Flickr

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    Don't see any examples of using a Sony with a technical camera so thought I would post an example. I visited Beal street which is one of the tourist attractions for Memphis. This is one of the numerous colorful store/bar fronts.

    Cross posted in Medium Format Forum - Technical Camera Images

    Actus, 72mm Digitar @f9, Sony A7R4, 10mm Rise.

    Cheers....

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    I want to show another example of the wonderful Sony on a technical camera. Double movements used for this image. Another Beal Street store/bar front.....

    Actus, Schneider 72mm Digitar @f9, 10mm rise, 7mm shift LR for a 2 shot 1X1 image.

    Cross posted in Medium Format forum - Technical Camera Images.

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    Good stuff Victor

    Can you share some pictures of your setup here? I'd be very interested how it all looks when it's put together.



    Here's an oldie from me (just a simple DSLR + lens )

    Horse and buggy spectacle on the beach in Knokke


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    Hi Pieter.....

    Here are some images of my Sony/Actus setup. The camera mount does rotate easily so portrait position is accomplished in a couple of seconds. I have mounts for my Fuji 50s and also for my Phase 4150 so it's easy to switch cameras in the field.

    I can use six of my LF lenses (60mm Digitar, 72mm Digitar, 90mm Rody, 100mm Digitar, 120mm Digitar Asph, 150mm Digitar). The widest lens that could be used on the Sony is probably the 50mm Rody and still have movements. Infinity canít be reached with other LF lenses wider than that. I have a Schneider 180mm lens but the short rail doesnít have enough length for infinity so I would have to use my longer rail.

    The whole setup is very light and easy to carry. The Sony, Actus and 60mm Digitar weigh 5.75 lbs and the 60mm Digitar is one of the heavier lenses. I can carry the camera and 5 lenses of choice and my backpack will weigh less than 14 lbs.

    Iíve included an image of my travel stabilizer that I put together with parts I had laying around. The camera mounted to the stabilizer sits on the back seat and it just doesnít move.

    Hope this helpsÖ..

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    Looks impressive and intriguing Victor, thanks for sharing.

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