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    Posted: 27 October 2013 at 11:18
yesterday i try to photograph butterflies
the combination was A7R-LA-EA4 and minolta 100mm F2.8 MACRO

it was not always easy to photograph this little animals , also because i dont have steadyhot
all picture`s come straight out the camera , no prosessing ,
the camera is a pre-production , and has not the final firmware (0.90)







every picture has a crop , no, not 100% crops ...why ???? i`m not sure how i must do that , but those crops are big grops , and if they are good , i now for sure that its very good


1 ISO 1000 F5 1/1000





2 ISO 200 F5 1/200





3 ISO 500 F3.5 1/1000





4 ISO 1000 F4 1/400





5 ISO 400 F4 1/400





6 ISO 1600 F4.5 1/500





7 ISO 250 F3.5 1/60




these are taken with the SONY 70-200 GI

8 ISO 400 F4 1/640





9 ISO 1250 F6.3 1/1250




for me this is a very great camera , the JPEG-engine is very good, best till now , and is also pretty good with high ISO , sony anounced five lenses with it , and promise to bring out more (fifteen lenses more) in 2015 , thats 20 new lenses , and i believe other brands shall bring out also lenses for this camera`s (A7/A7R)
i`m sure i want one for myself
thanks for looking
gustav


MOD EDIT: typo in post title and "this" changed to "these" talking about the 70-200.





Edited by brettania - 30 October 2013 at 08:13
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Post Options Post Options   Quote EddyH Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 October 2013 at 11:25
Once again: WOW! That's all I can say...

Thanks!

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Post Options Post Options   Quote stiuskr Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 October 2013 at 11:33
My problem will be trying to wait for the next-gen A-mounts to arrive while looking at all the irresistible images people will be posting from these undeniable cameras.
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The images looks incredibly good. So clean even at higher ISO´s!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote tigertimb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 October 2013 at 12:03
Excellent work again Gustav
(you're supposed to need time to learn how to get the best out of a new camera )

Some astonishing detail particularly with #5 looking so clean at ISO 400, although #4 shows there's still some in the dark areas.

And I assume #1 and #2 are auto-exposure, so nice to see standard Sony/Minolta practice of making a priority of preserving the highlights.

But technical details aside; some really beautiful images, picking out 2, 4 and 5 as particular favourites
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Excellent! The quality from those shots is just stunning. There is plenty of detail, the crops show the amazing amount of detail this camera captures.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote touareg Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 October 2013 at 12:34
Wow, the details are impressive !
Thank you for those shots Gustav, that's exactly the kind of quick test I wanted to see.

Now do I press the order button or try to wait for the A-mount version...

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Obelix Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 October 2013 at 12:38
Thanks for sharing Gustav!

"every picture has a crop , no, not 100% crops ...why ???? i`m not sure how i must do that , but those crops are big grops , and if they are good , i now for sure that its very good"

When you are using crop tool in LR Develop, hit "I" key. It will display size of the crop once you release mouse. So if you want to post 1024 pixels wide image, you crop till you get that size. If somebody knows better way please do share, because this is trial and error process.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Howard_S Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 October 2013 at 13:02
Lovely samples, Gustav - much appreciated.

As far as getting 100% crops goes, I think a route is to view a photo at 1:1 (there is a function in LR to do this - see e.g. Zoom at bottom left in LR4 Develop) and then use a screen grabbing utility (on the Mac, Preview has this under the File menu) to select a portion of the screen and save it as a JPG, TIFF or whatever.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Atto Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 October 2013 at 13:20
Originally posted by ijsvogel ijsvogel wrote:

yesterday i try to photograph butterflies
the combination was A7R-LA-EA4 and minolta 100mm F2.8 MACRO

those are taken with the SONY 70-200 GI



Thanks Gustav for posting the pictures.

Just that I understand this right - when you compare it with the a99 and the same lenses:

The setup is 36MP on a7r sensor instead of 24 MP on a99, translucent mirror in both cases, PDAF more than less the same, no steady shot on a7r and still better out of the camera jpg (also for higher iso) for a7r.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote tigertimb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 October 2013 at 13:52
Originally posted by Stanbury Stanbury wrote:

Lovely samples, Gustav - much appreciated.

As far as getting 100% crops goes, I think a route is to view a photo at 1:1 (there is a function in LR to do this - see e.g. Zoom at bottom left in LR4 Develop) and then use a screen grabbing utility (on the Mac, Preview has this under the File menu) to select a portion of the screen and save it as a JPG, TIFF or whatever.


Easier than that - the crop tool can be set up to crop to a fixed size with the exact number of pixels you want - so 1024x683 for instance and then move the box over the bit you want to crop and save it as it is.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote romke Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 October 2013 at 14:40
impressive shots again!

they clearly show that new sensor technology and a good JPG engine can make a difference. i wonder how large the difference between in-camera JPG's and raw files converted in a capable rawconverter still is or that is has been brought down to a level where careful and dedicated processing no longer is worth the effort.

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Originally posted by nigelbrooks nigelbrooks wrote:

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