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    Posted: 24 October 2013 at 20:41
today i went to the forest , to take some shots and how the camera responds ,with different light , backlight , and different ISO
it is not what i normal do , but i give it a try

i make a selection of today , and i use several lenses .
i use as first the new E-MOUNT 35mm 2.8 CZ , than the A-MOUNTH 50mm 1.4 CZ , A-MOUNT 70-200 2.8 GI , and at last the A-MOUNT 24-70 2.8 CZ

1 E-MOUNT 35mm 2.8 CZ exif: ISO 640 F10 1/50



2 E-MOUNT 35mm 2.8 CZ exif: ISO 640 F10 1/30



3 A-MOUNT 50mm 1.4 CZ exif: ISO 1600 F11 1/30



4 A-MOUNT 70-200 2.8 GI EXIF: ISO 1000 F4 1/500



5 A-MOUNT 70-200 2.8 GI EXIF: ISO 800 F8 1/160



6 A-MOUNT 24-70 2.8 CZ EXIF: ISO 500 F10 1/200



7 A-MOUNT 24-70 2.8 CZ EXIF: ISO 500 F5 1/500



8 A-MOUNT 24-70 2.8 CZ EXIF: ISO 1600 F8 1/1000



9 A-MOUNT 24-70 2.8 CZ EXIF: ISO 800 F7.1 1/400



10 A-MOUNT 24-70 2.8 CZ EXIF: ISO 1000 F6.3 1/800


for all A-MOUNT LENSES i use the adapter LA-EA4

thanks for looking
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wow, wow and wow

OK, I repeat my lesson:
I will not buy this camera...
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Post Options Post Options   Quote EddyH Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 October 2013 at 20:55
Nice! The foilage 7/8/9/10 looks really special, probably due to the extreme resolution and sharpness. You can almost see the individual leafs.

Thanks for your work!
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And again, thank you for your sharing !!
Our little community is really lucky to have you on board.

I have no doubt you are enjoying new "toys" but still ... happy shooting !!
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I'd love to see a 100% crop of number 8. Just to admire the work in progress on what looks to be one beast of a sensor!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Ends of Places Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 October 2013 at 21:05
No pp??



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Those are great pictures!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Phillip Reeve Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 October 2013 at 21:11
From the standpoitn of someone who uses a Nex-6 for his landscape work I find it hard to see anything A7r specific about these images.

By having used high iso values and no dro-funktion you have sacrificed a lot of dnyamic range.

Colors are not the best as well.

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Great sir , thank you so much Gustav.
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Awesome! Can not wait to see the macros with the 100!
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Well, that 35/2.8 looks flare resistant
Looking forward to more samples with that lens!
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Thank so much gustav for this incredible shots
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Post Options Post Options   Quote ijsvogel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 October 2013 at 21:43
i did nothing on the picture`s ,nothing with noise , DRO was out , NR with high iso out

philip i see nothing wroung on the picture`s , and the colours are the same as i see them with my eye`s
for me this is the first sony-camera , where the jpes are good in camera , normal i do someting on it

brian33 i shall post i big crop , i dont now how i get a 100% crop , but i shall place a big crop
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Thank you for the effort Gustaf.

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