Sony Showcase Sony A7 and 7r Image thread

christilou

Legend
Location
Sunny Frimley
50mm Summilux A7

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One ooc b & w jpeg.

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serhan

Hall of Famer
Location
NYC
A7R + FE35 2.8 / CV12mm / OM21mm / g35mm/ g40mm / Sony 50mm/ CV 35mm / Zeiss 50mm bokeh tests

Quick test shots from yesterday:

FE35mm 2.8
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CV 12mm 5.6 (no smearing, heavy vignetting, needs a profile set up)
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OM 21mm 3.5
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g35 f2
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g45 f2
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Sony 50mm 1.8 @ 24MP equiv crop (~60mm)
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CV 35mm 1.4
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CV 35mm 1.2 II
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Zeiss 50mm ZM 1.5 Sonnar
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A couple additional notes:
- Shutter is loud but more noticeable inside the house, not bad outside.
- I didn't notice the shutter shock, all hand held. A few trials w/ Canon 70-300mm IS gave me sharp shots at 300mm at 1/15sec inside the house. I couldn't achieve that w/ Canon 55-250mm IS. Also Canon 18-55mm IS lens nearly covers the sensor at 24mm f/4.
 

dcsang

Rookie
Location
Toronto
Real Name
Dave
Thanks guys :)

I hadn't posted much here and I've been mainly shooting jpeg straight out of the camera but now that I have LR 5 I'm using RAW again and noting that Sony's ability to get the scene "right" is, well, pretty darn good - there's not much needed to do to the RAW files as far as I can tell yet.

Thanks again for the compliments on the photo :)

Cheers,
Dave
 

Woody112704

Veteran
Location
Iowa
Real Name
Jared
Thanks guys :)

I hadn't posted much here and I've been mainly shooting jpeg straight out of the camera but now that I have LR 5 I'm using RAW again and noting that Sony's ability to get the scene "right" is, well, pretty darn good - there's not much needed to do to the RAW files as far as I can tell yet.

Thanks again for the compliments on the photo :)

Cheers,
Dave

Well I look forward to seeing more from you.
 
Which setting is everyone using for the LCD screen vs VF? If I have it on auto, the screen is ALWAYS on when my eye isn't on the VF. It's a waste of battery power. But when I change the settings to VF-only, the LCD is ALWAYS off which means even on the odd occasion when I want to change some menu settings or do a bit of chimping, I am forced to do it through the VF or go through the menu (via the VF) and change it back to auto. It's incredibly annoying.

It's not like in other cameras where the screen functions independently from the VF, it's always off until I press either the menu or play button.
 

Armanius

Bring Jack back!
Location
Houston, Texas
Real Name
Jack
Which setting is everyone using for the LCD screen vs VF? If I have it on auto, the screen is ALWAYS on when my eye isn't on the VF. It's a waste of battery power. But when I change the settings to VF-only, the LCD is ALWAYS off which means even on the odd occasion when I want to change some menu settings or do a bit of chimping, I am forced to do it through the VF or go through the menu (via the VF) and change it back to auto. It's incredibly annoying.

It's not like in other cameras where the screen functions independently from the VF, it's always off until I press either the menu or play button.

I leave the LCD on the information screen.
 

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