Sony A7R+Canon 0.95
Old 07-07-2014   #1
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Speedy, what kind of adapter did you use .. or is this an M converted lens .. Thanks, nice pics.
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Speedy, what kind of adapter did you use .. or is this an M converted lens .. Thanks, nice pics.
it's a direct sony e mount to canon 50mm 0.95 lens(original canon rf mount) adapter, you can search on ebay, guy selling adapter is on vacation until end of this month as i know, so maybe search results wont come up on ebay...happy you liked them...
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Old 07-07-2014   #7
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To my eyes, the contrast is somewhat low, however it looks quite sharp
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That's some crazy bokeh there!
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Old 07-07-2014   #9
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I would use this lens for dark scenes where it has a special character.
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Impressive. Looks absolutely usable on the A7R. Must be interesting for video also. Did you apply post processing to the files, i.e. vignette correction or do they come out like this straight from the camera? I like the colour rendering of the old Canon lenses very much by the way, from what I have seen here on RFF. It is amazing how some good old lenses are very usable on a modern digital full frame body and hold up to the task.
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these are direct jpegs out from camera.
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these are direct jpegs out from camera.
Wow! Have fun with that fabulous combo!
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Old 07-07-2014   #14
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Speedy, these look fabulous! What other lenses have you tried with the A7R, and how are you liking it?
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That's some crazy bokeh there!
indeed and personally I don't like it. Sorry.
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Speedy, these look fabulous! What other lenses have you tried with the A7R, and how are you liking it?
thanks...this is a great lens...

i have only canon for a7 and that was the reason for me to buy a7...
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Old 07-09-2014   #18
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I know this is a free forum and people can say what they like, but someone saying they don't like the bokeh on a particular lens is about as useful as telling a person their wife is ugly imho.

I love the look of this lens - I had one and it was really only the trials of trying to get it converted to M-mount that made me sell it in the end (long story).

Carry on enjoying the 0,95! It's a unique and very special look.
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I used such a lens briefly during one of my 50 mm lenses comparisons project.
I was able to compare it with the Nokton 50/1 and the Nikkor 50/1.1. Each of these three lenses was outside the scope of my budget then, but I enjoyed using them all.

The 50/0.95 is amazingly good for its age. It can provide some unique looking images.
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Cool shots, I was tempted to get the .95 for my A7r, I ended up getting a sweet Canon 50/1.2 LTM.
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Interesting results from Sony a7 and Canon 50 0.95:
http://www.paulmarbrook.com/sony-a7-...95-dream-lens/
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Cool shots, I was tempted to get the .95 for my A7r, I ended up getting a sweet Canon 50/1.2 LTM.
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This is my workhorse lens for events and weddings on my A7 i think i got the same adapter as you, it does vingette though!
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Interesting results from Sony a7 and Canon 50 0.95:
http://www.paulmarbrook.com/sony-a7-...95-dream-lens/
There are some really sweet shots there, showing its raison d'etre.
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it's a direct sony e mount to canon 50mm 0.95 lens(original canon rf mount) adapter, you can search on ebay, guy selling adapter is on vacation until end of this month as i know, so maybe search results wont come up on ebay...happy you liked them...
Do you have to 'stop down' or does the adapter take care of this?
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Do you have to 'stop down' or does the adapter take care of this?
you have to set aperture and focus manually...
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you have to set aperture and focus manually...
someone forgot to tell this to the op
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Pretty amazing how you nailed the focus (manually) on your dog's eyes as he ran toward you with such narrow depth of field. Kudos.
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Pretty amazing how you nailed the focus (manually) on your dog's eyes as he ran toward you with such narrow depth of field. Kudos.
link with the dog photos is not mine so i dont know how he/she made it...
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