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Nov 14, 2017 00:56 |  #7381

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Well I shouldn’t have looked at these images that’s for sure! Got 135mm gas now! Great colour and contrast in these David! Really like the first one but they all draw you in really well. It helps that they have David A colours too though which sets them apart

Thanks so much Eddie! :)


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Nov 14, 2017 01:53 |  #7382

More Sony A7RIII porn.

Jason Lanier used adapted canon lenses(Canon 50 and 85 F1.2) and the Eye AF-C works.


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Nov 14, 2017 01:56 |  #7383

David Arbogast wrote in post #18495938 (external link)
Thanks so much Eddie! :)

Have to agree. You've got a wonderful color about your images that sets you apart.


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Nov 14, 2017 02:24 |  #7384

Hey guys,

im not too sure if this has been posted, but I've been having a bit of a dilemma. I sold my A7 a couple months ago thinking that I was going to get the A7ii, however, when I heard that there were rumors of A7iii I decided to wait a little. As we all know it wasn't the A7iii but the A7riii that came out. While I would love to pick up that camera, the price of the body is a little out of my price range. Now we move to the present time, after attending SEMA and recording a couple videos for work (with my a6000) my work has decided to have me do a little more of their media and marketing stuff.

I was originally wanting to get the a7ii but because I have gotten more into video, I want 4k and the a9 battery. I was planning on holding off on getting a camera and sticking with this a6000 until the a7iii specs come out and decide what to do then. But now I kind of have this itch to just get the a7Rii and have that do double duty work with videos and stills. My biggest concern though is the a7iii comes out and is everything Id want the a7ii to be. (a9 battery, and 4k video).

My question for you guys is, do you think it would be wise to just stick with the a6000 and get some new glass (was planning on preordering the 24-105 as well as the sigma 16mm 1.4) for now until the a7iii specs get released and decide then?


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Nov 14, 2017 02:47 |  #7385

if there's no urgent need. I would wait for the A7III. you're right maybe it's just around the corner.


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Nov 14, 2017 03:58 |  #7386

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Nov 14, 2017 04:14 |  #7387

A pair from yesterdays sunset. I learned the hard way today that the A7RII won't let you go into bulb mode if the camera is on multi-shot mode rather than single shot. Talk about frustrating.

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Nov 14, 2017 05:01 |  #7388

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A pair from yesterdays sunset. I learned the hard way today that the A7RII won't let you go into bulb mode if the camera is on multi-shot mode rather than single shot. Talk about frustrating.

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Nov 14, 2017 05:13 |  #7389

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #18495858 (external link)
For Travis.
Note, all OEM cables (Sony especially) we put a tag on the cable...I def. use the OEM specific cable
every time for firmware up's.
Hopefully you can see the yellow-orange light denoting charging of the Rii via the Patriot Fuel-


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Travis, just did something else. Checked for through-put.
I have the above setup up and running charging the battery in the camera from the fuel cell.
I just plugged in the fuel cell into an AC-micro usb adapter and I'm now charging the fuel cell
and the camera battery :)

I will have to look into it...I don't have the OEM cable for the r2, it didn't have it from the original owner. I have the one for the a9, but its packed and ready for JTNP and I don't want to get it out. Will have to be when I get back.


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Nov 14, 2017 07:23 |  #7390

After copious amounts of vodka I took the drone up.
We're in the city this week and I decided to practice the drone and getting a 'small world'. The backyard
was relatively safe this time of morning.
Not a Sony shot but I have no one else to share with.
Do you mind? I know Vinz won't ;)

So 46 shots, then into Microsoft ICE for the stitch and then into PScc for the processing to make a small world.
Someday I'll get to a location that makes this worth the effort.

If you look almost in the center of the frame you'll see the top of a greenhouse, I'm in the red jacket sitting
up and to the right about 15 feet. The drone is approx 150 feet up.


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Nov 14, 2017 07:26 |  #7391

David Arbogast wrote in post #18495919 (external link)
Thanks Alfredo. :) I used to own the Zeiss Apo Sonnar T* 2/135mm ZE (Canon-mount), and though it is an absolutely superb lens, I struggled to like it. Not so the Batis - I really like it a lot!

Great architecture shooting. Love the colors and those Loxia sunstars. Great work.

Thank you! I love the Loxia for blue hour architecture shots.


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Nov 14, 2017 07:27 as a reply to  @ post 18495928 |  #7392

Annette is hot. If I weren't taken I'd be all over that ;)


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Nov 14, 2017 07:32 |  #7393

Another sunstar from the CV12 at Old Car City...I really wish I had gotten a CV15 for my trip...but my focus is going to be using TSE lenses this time...

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Nov 14, 2017 07:43 |  #7394

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More Sony A7RIII porn.

Jason Lanier used adapted canon lenses(Canon 50 and 85 F1.2) and the Eye AF-C works.

pretty impressive what that cam can do...for portrait work, that really seems to nail it...shutter sounds better too...maybe Christmas bonus will be good this year...cute models too...but Jason is kinda odd...I would have taken that leather jacket off...to hear it the whole time made the audio hard to listen to...


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Nov 14, 2017 08:05 |  #7395

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if there's no urgent need. I would wait for the A7III. you're right maybe it's just around the corner.

I may be in the minority, but I don't see them releasing an a7iii. I think they would have done it before the riii. I don't think they could do it without either infringing too much on the a9, or frustrating their users (similar to Canon) by significantly cutting the tech to lower the price.

This is the downside of Sony, because in the past they had 3 different cameras running on the same platform, but I see them going to a more traditional structure now and in the future. In the past the a7 series was their speed / do all camera, the a7R series was a high MP specialty camera, and the a7S series was a video camera with still capabilities. Then the a7Rii came out, it became Sony's do all camera (with a very high MP count) and kind of made the a7ii irrelevant since in the past the a7 series had been the system with good autofocus and faster fps, but the a7Rii matched or beat the a7ii in all these areas.

I now see the lineup as: A7Riii (and all subsequent 7R cameras) as the do all cameras. High MP is just the way things are now. Nikon's do all camera is the 46MP D850. Canon hasn't quite caught up in the MP, but they're always a little slower to the party. The A9 series is now a specialty speed camera, and has taken the place of the a7 series in Sony's lineup.

I do believe there will be an a7Siii, because that is a whole different type of camera than the other two.

I guess I could see Sony releasing a "beginner grade" full frame camera, similar to how Canon did with the 6D, but I don't think they would call it an a7. Maybe an a3 lol? But even then it would be hard to do that and make people happy. I don't think anyone was happy with the spec sheet of the 6Dii when it was released.


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