Let's see your a7, a7s, a7r, etc... Shots
Old 09-10-2014   #1
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Let's see your a7, a7s, a7r, etc... Shots

I just noticed no one has ever created a generic thread for the Sony a7 family shots. Right now we have the a7, a7s and a7r. In the Fuji, who knows what new models will arrive.. Look how fast these three models came into being.

Anyway.. I'll start it off w/ some that I have posted before in other threads. This first set has been taken w/ various rf lenses and all have level of cropping.

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Old 09-10-2014   #2
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Converted using Silver FX Pro2 .. Some shots while playing around in auto apsc mode using the not so great 16-50 kit lens..

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Old 09-10-2014   #3
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Anyway..my main use for this camera is all my legacy lenses. New universal digital back . Right now I only have the 35f2.8 fe as my only native AF lens..

So let's c your pics

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I had just gotten the A7 and took it along to one of our local camera meets. As usual with the Zeiss Macro Planar 50mm f2.0 (it is a F-mount lens with the appropriate adapter). Peter, one of the members had brought this Argus "brick" fully loaded. This is at f2.0 and hand held (probably around 5000 iso too).
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A7, 21mm Summilux. F4 I think...



A7, Noctilux-M ASPH, wide open.



A7, 135mm F2.8 STF "bokeh machine"



Another one with the 21mm Summilux. Hands down my favorite lens, and a real street worker with EVF (instead of separate window framing/focus)

Everything in my 500px gallery (with the exception of some stray NEX-7 and medium format shots) is made with the original A7 body. Take a look if you're interested
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Canon FL 50/1.4, late type I, released about 1966.
sweet. on what body?
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A7 w/ Sony 35f2.8 - converted using Silver FX Pro2





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sweet. on what body?
The plain a7.
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Old 09-18-2014   #12
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Just picked up a 50mm Summilux Ver II E43. Shot some test shots and processed in Lightroom 5. For B&W SilverFXpro2. All shot wide open.

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Some shots from the A7 today using the 35f2.8 FE. Shots taken in Yountville. B&W conversions done w/ Silver FX Pro 2.







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Old 09-19-2014   #14
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Nice images everyone. Here are some of mine from last week's trip to Maui. All of the images taken with A7R and FE 55mm:







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Nice, Keith! Where did you stay on Maui? We were at the Sheraton Maui in Kaanapoli.

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Nice, Keith! Where did you stay on Maui? We were at the Sheraton Maui in Kaanapoli.

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Thanks - we were right down the street from you @ Hyatt Kaanapali. Perfect weathr the entire time we were there, then can home to a heatwave
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Kxl, I like the plane and the pool. I'd want to vacation there. The processing is alright (visually attractive like candy, though a little much for my everyday senses), but the palm tree shot has severe issues due to your processing: I am seeing wide and clear artifacting outlining the trees. edit: In fact, now that I look again, the trees in the pool shot are exhibiting the dodged-looking outline around the trees as well.
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Kxl, I like the plane and the pool. I'd want to vacation there. The processing is alright (visually attractive like candy, though a little much for my everyday senses), but the palm tree shot has severe issues due to your processing: I am seeing wide and clear artifacting outlining the trees. edit: In fact, now that I look again, the trees in the pool shot are exhibiting the dodged-looking outline around the trees as well.
Thanks. Yes, a couple of them do have artifacts, probably from over-dodging or over-sharpening. I digitally post process with an eye toward printing on aluminum, and it's difficult to find that razor's edge for sharpness for that medium without over-doing it, which I clearly did on a couple of these photos. I realize it's a bit much for everyday tastes, but I (and those who hang my aluminum prints on their walls) have found that "candy" post-processing works very well for metal prints.

Again, thanks for your comments.

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A7r & Canon LTM 50/1.2 test shot @1.4
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Had a chance to go to Portland and Seattle last week. I ended up taking the DP2Q and A7 w/ 35F2.8 FE with me. We only had three days of nice weather. The rest was on the wet side. So the A7 ended up being used the most. The B&W shots were converted from color using Silver FX Pro 2.

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A7 w CV 125 f2.5 Apo


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Another one from Pike Market



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Old 10-05-2014   #24
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Beautifull shots!

Does anyone used his/her A7 with OM lenses?
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Beautifull shots!

Does anyone used his/her A7 with OM lenses?
Yes I do - but less than at the beginning. I especially like the 50mm f3.5 macro - tiny lens with great IQ

There are lots of good examples of the A7 series bodies with OM lenses over at FM - just a lot of pages to sort through
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Some shots from the Marin farmers market...all shots converted to B&W using Silver FX Pro2. Taken using phase detect mode. Not as accurate as contrast mode, but make it fast enough for most situations I have come across except something like a soccer match where I need to predict better...





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24mm 2.8 Nikkor ?

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Stanford shopping center - Google glasses and MacBook - VC 40f2 SL w/ about 30% of the frame cropped out.. First time I have ever seen Google glasses for myself.. Nothing I would ever want to wear



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All taken with the A7s and the FE 55mm ...

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Canon FL 50/1.4, late type I, released about 1966.
All superb but the last one,my jaw stuck to floor!
Those Canon FD/FL lenses are great.
I always avoided using Canon equipment.
No real reason.
When digital crashed into all of us, received a few free cameras,
some lenses.
Realized how far ahead Canon was in technology compared to my Leica M.


I looked at the Sony 7 but not happy with EVF.
I will need more looking and calibrating before I buy..
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