FAQ FAQ  Forum Search   Events   Register Register  Login Login

my first result with A7r

Page  <1 23456 7>
Author
flyhow View Drop Down
Newbie
Newbie

Joined: 23 October 2013
Country: United States
Location: SF Bay Area
Status: Offline
Posts: 8
Post Options Post Options   Quote flyhow Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2013 at 18:59
Originally posted by ijsvogel ijsvogel wrote:

thanks everyone



the next day`s i go to the forest for picture`s , and try to photograph some butterflies , also with higher iso

greetings
gustav


Thanks gustav - great previews! I've preordered the A7r, but am a little concerned about the possible effects of first curtain causing camera shake on the A7r, which might be visible at lower shutter speeds on a tripod.

Could you test for this in your next series? Since you can't use electronic first curtain, I would suggest taking multiple shots at successively higher shutter speeds to make a comparison.

Edited by flyhow - 23 October 2013 at 19:03
 



Back to Top
mikey2000 View Drop Down
Moderator Group
Moderator Group
OoU co÷rdinator

Joined: 10 January 2008
Location: United Kingdom
Status: Offline
Posts: 10946
Post Options Post Options   Quote mikey2000 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2013 at 19:06
Sorry to keep bothering you Gustav but recently you mentioned the evf was better than the a99. I would be interested to hear more about that....
Want to know more about
  • Jozioau? Just click!
  • Back to Top
    ctrl.alt.del View Drop Down
    Newbie
    Newbie

    Joined: 23 October 2013
    Status: Offline
    Posts: 1
    Post Options Post Options   Quote ctrl.alt.del Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2013 at 19:19

    Thanks for the post, Gustav. I'm wavering between the A7R and the D800E so it's nice to see some quality images using the Sony.

    Assume the images in this thread were taken with the A7R tripod mounted?

    Thanks
    Ctrl



    Back to Top
    tigertimb View Drop Down
    Alpha Eyes group
    Alpha Eyes group

    Joined: 22 November 2007
    Country: United Kingdom
    Status: Offline
    Posts: 5630
    Post Options Post Options   Quote tigertimb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2013 at 19:28
    Originally posted by uhoh7 uhoh7 wrote:

    I don't think many here ever thought the e-mount would get this far ;)
    Not true in my experience; every meeting I've been to has lots of NEX's floating around, covering the tables at coffee time, and the Week 50 challenge tends to be littered with them
    Tim
    If you appreciate comments on your photos, how about returning the favour to others . . .
    Back to Top
    fem2008 View Drop Down
    Senior Member
    Senior Member

    Joined: 29 January 2009
    Country: United States
    Location: Ohio - USA
    Status: Offline
    Posts: 1400
    Post Options Post Options   Quote fem2008 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2013 at 20:27
    Utterly disgusting, Gustav. I swore after your last set (deer) that I won't look at your posts again and should have not looked here. This is bad for both my mental and financial health!

    Lip-gloss never looked so glossy and as striking as it does here!
    Back to Top
    EddyH View Drop Down
    Senior Member
    Senior Member

    Joined: 22 August 2010
    Country: Belgium
    Location: Antwerp
    Status: Offline
    Posts: 409
    Post Options Post Options   Quote EddyH Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2013 at 20:49
    Wow... Look at the detail/nuances in the black of her dress... And that's even out-of-camera jpeg. The RAW-file will have even more...

    So this is the second time this year that you - yes you Gustav! - are costing me a lot of money... I bought the 70-400 G II after your pictures (that lens was absolutely not on my wish list, but I certainly don't regret it). And now this...

    Looking forward to the landscape pictures!

    Eddy
    2 eyes | 2 slices of silicon | a few kilos of glass | my photo blog
     



    Back to Top
    Paul07 View Drop Down
    Senior Member
    Senior Member

    Joined: 09 March 2006
    Country: Belgium
    Status: Offline
    Posts: 2120
    Post Options Post Options   Quote Paul07 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2013 at 21:06
    Superb shots !

    Thanks very much, as always Gustav !

    Would have been interesting to see similar shots of the A7 next to these though, as my personal preference in theory goes to the 24Mp version with different AF system...

    α7Rii-VG 24-70G 70-200G 85/1.8 Samyang 35/2.8 ~~~ α6300 10-18/4 16-70/4 ~~~ Nex-5N 16-50 18-200 ~~~ α100 50/1.7 24-105 ~~~ HX60V
    Back to Top
    jamesmd View Drop Down
    Emeritus group
    Emeritus group

    Joined: 16 March 2010
    Country: Spain
    Location: Madrid
    Status: Offline
    Posts: 7171
    Post Options Post Options   Quote jamesmd Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2013 at 21:16
    Thanks again Gustav for using your time helping and showing us your tests shots .

    I've had a D800e till about 2 weeks ago , and I would say those crops look very similar perhaps better than the d800e ones , but they do have as you said a tad too much sharpnes added on camera . But they look to me they in the very same league ;-)

    Thanks again .

    what ever you do, have fun. thats what it's all about
    and move , move you body move your mind , move your point of view, suddenly everything changes ...
    Back to Top
    Blacktip View Drop Down
    Newbie
    Newbie

    Joined: 29 December 2010
    Country: Netherlands
    Status: Offline
    Posts: 12
    Post Options Post Options   Quote Blacktip Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2013 at 22:48
    Oh rubbish, this camera will be nicely available around bonus time...
    must pay of the house, wife would kill me
    must pay of the house, wife would have me in the dog house
    must pay of the house, wife's birthday at the same time... opportunity :)

    Nice set, I'd love to hear your verdict after the 3 days, also on the a-mount adapter.
    Back to Top
    Kucus View Drop Down
    Newbie
    Newbie

    Joined: 23 October 2013
    Country: Czech Republic
    Status: Offline
    Posts: 3
    Post Options Post Options   Quote Kucus Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2013 at 22:53
    Hi Gustav,
    thanks for shots.
    I have one question about 70-200. Is it old one or is it new 70-200 GII? Because i dont understand that sharpness...
    Back to Top
    jk_wang View Drop Down
    Newbie
    Newbie

    Joined: 23 October 2013
    Country: United States
    Location: ABQ, NM
    Status: Offline
    Posts: 1
    Post Options Post Options   Quote jk_wang Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2013 at 23:39
    ijsvogel ,

    How to view your pictures of A7r?

    jk_wang
    Back to Top
    ijsvogel View Drop Down
    Senior Member
    Senior Member
    Knowledgebase Contributor

    Joined: 14 September 2008
    Country: Netherlands
    Location: netherlands
    Status: Offline
    Posts: 1915
    Post Options Post Options   Quote ijsvogel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2013 at 23:40
    Originally posted by Kucus Kucus wrote:

    Hi Gustav,
    thanks for shots.
    I have one question about 70-200. Is it old one or is it new 70-200 GII? Because i dont understand that sharpness...


    Hi kucus
    Its the "old" version, so the GI
    I think is is so sharp because the A7r have no AA-filter, that increased the sharpness.
    what i think its also the 36MP, and no translucent mirror, but that i dont now for sure. I'm not technical

    Greetings
    Gustav
    my picture`s

    www.gkiburg.nl A77 A99 SAL70-400 GII SAL300mm 2.8 SSM-G   SAL500mm F4 SSM-G SAL70-400 SSM-G
    http://yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/profile/109172/
    Back to Top
    BackToSlr View Drop Down
    Senior Member
    Senior Member

    Joined: 26 October 2006
    Country: United States
    Location: United States
    Status: Offline
    Posts: 836
    Post Options Post Options   Quote BackToSlr Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2013 at 23:55
    Originally posted by ijsvogel ijsvogel wrote:


    Its the "old" version, so the GI
    I think is is so sharp because the A7r have no AA-filter, that increased the sharpness.
    what i think its also the 36MP, and no translucent mirror, but that i dont now for sure. I'm not technical

    Greetings
    Gustav


    Gustav,

    I thought you borrowed LA-EA4 (which has translucent mirror), am I wrong?

    Thanks for the images!

    Cheers,

    N
    Sony + Minolta + NEX stuff...
    Back to Top
    touareg View Drop Down
    Senior Member
    Senior Member

    Joined: 12 December 2009
    Country: Canada
    Location: Canada
    Status: Offline
    Posts: 227
    Post Options Post Options   Quote touareg Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 October 2013 at 23:56
    Well done again Gustav !
    I'm gonna have to buy a new body again, the sharpness on this thing is just insane.

    As a matter of fact I just saw questioning the PP of those shots on another rumor forum...

    If you have a chance to pull out some macro shots, that would be great.

    Thanks !

    Chris
    A7R-S-A77MkII-99-Nex7 A lot of lenses - Minolta 35mm
    touareg.smugmug.com
    Back to Top
    Dyxum main page >  Forum Home > Equipment forums > Camera Talk > E-mount full frame Page  <1 23456 7>

    Forum Jump Forum Permissions View Drop Down



    This page was generated in 0.078 seconds.

    Monitor calibration strip

    Dyxum.com - Home of the alpha system photographer

    In memory of Cameron Hill - brettania

    Feel free to contact us if needed.