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Oct 24, 2013 20:25 as a reply to  @ post 16396858 |  #301

I’ve never used the TS-E17 does it vignette a little with full shift even on the 5DIII.


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Oct 24, 2013 20:32 |  #302

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I’ve never used the TS-E17 does it vignette a little with full shift even on the 5DIII.

Every lens vignettes a little. I've never noticed it to be problematic.

The question is whether what is described here is just light falloff towards the edge of the image circle, or a portion of the image being 'blocked' by the lens mount (a bit like what happens with the 85L at full aperture), and whether this persists when stopped down.




  
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Oct 24, 2013 20:47 |  #303

Shadowblade wrote in post #16396900 (external link)
Every lens vignettes a little. I've never noticed it to be problematic.

The question is whether what is described here is just light falloff towards the edge of the image circle, or a portion of the image being 'blocked' by the lens mount (a bit like what happens with the 85L at full aperture), and whether this persists when stopped down.

Yeah I wish he would post some samples, just so we would know how bad.


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Oct 24, 2013 20:55 |  #304

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Julian did you buy the phase one?

Uh-huh. :)




  
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Oct 24, 2013 20:56 |  #305

peteg1 wrote in post #16396870 (external link)
I’ve never used the TS-E17 does it vignette a little with full shift even on the 5DIII.

I love this lens. :)




  
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Oct 25, 2013 00:14 |  #306

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Bah! Just shut up and take my money! :lol::lol:;)

I've already preordered two A7r bodies! Specifically, the first two available in Melbourne.

Actually, it may not be a bad idea to buy all Zeiss MF lenses in Nikon F-mount (or at least Canon EF mount). That way, if Canon comes out with a decent body in the future, the lenses will still be useable.




  
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Oct 27, 2013 02:30 |  #307

Expected arrival November 20!

Guess I'll pick it up when I get home on Nov 30... Metabones Canon and Nikon adapters will arrive in the meantime.




  
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Oct 27, 2013 03:25 |  #308

Shadowblade wrote in post #16402291 (external link)
Expected arrival November 20!

Guess I'll pick it up when I get home on Nov 30... Metabones Canon and Nikon adapters will arrive in the meantime.

I expect a 10.000 words long review from you on December 16.

No, but a few sentences and some shots will be fine. :D

I can't buy mine before xmas anyway. So much other stuffs that requires my money!


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Oct 27, 2013 13:22 |  #309

Shadowblade wrote in post #16402291 (external link)
Expected arrival November 20!

Guess I'll pick it up when I get home on Nov 30... Metabones Canon and Nikon adapters will arrive in the meantime.

Please let me know if the lenses vignette with the adapter on the 17 TS and 24 TS II. Thanks.




  
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Oct 28, 2013 15:27 as a reply to  @ jdizzle's post |  #310

Architectural photographer Nic Granleese seems very happy with the TS-E 24mm and 17mm on the A7R.

IMAGE: http://oi39.tinypic.com/moohv.jpg


"Both the Canon 24mm TSE ii and the 17mm TSE physically work with the Sony A7r. The size of these lenses seems strange at first when paired up with such a small body, but it works just fine. The adaptor I was using has it’s own tripod mounting thread so the camera isn’t supporting the weight of the lens.

Vignetting.
The 17mm TSE did have noticeable vingetting when fully shifted up or down, but this is to be expected with this lens on a full frame body. Apart from that the lens / body combo appeared to work very well together."


From: http://blog.nicgranlee​se.com …hitectural-photographers/ (external link)

Looking good, sounds good! :) The author's only complaint is about the vignetting from the 17mm when shifting, but I guess it applies to all full frame bodies and not just the A7R in particular.



  
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Oct 28, 2013 18:01 |  #311

^^Ok. Too bad he didn't post samples of the vignetting! :p




  
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Oct 30, 2013 09:04 |  #312

Steve Huff's impressions of the A7 and A7r. He also uses the new Zeiss OTUS 55 f1.4 and the IQ is certainly impressive wide open. He states that the Zeiss is sharper than Leica's 50 Summilux. :)

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Oct 30, 2013 09:16 |  #313

jdizzle wrote in post #16410621 (external link)
Steve Huff's impressions of the A7 and A7r. He also uses the new Zeiss OTUS 55 f1.4 and the IQ is certainly impressive wide open. He states that the Zeiss is sharper than Leica's 50 Summilux. :)

http://www.stevehuffph​oto.com/tag/sony-a7/ (external link)

I was really looking forward to seeing samples of the Zeiss Otus 55/Sony A7R combination, and it's everything I was imagining. Amazing IQ. Can't wait for my Otus to ship! I don't know if Steve has insider info (I guess he does since he's testing the gear), but his comment that the Otus ships in two weeks is very exciting.

Steve's photos make me really want an A7R; a great new body for an awesome new lens. :)


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Oct 30, 2013 09:42 |  #314

jdizzle wrote in post #16410621 (external link)
Steve Huff's impressions of the A7 and A7r. He also uses the new Zeiss OTUS 55 f1.4 and the IQ is certainly impressive wide open. He states that the Zeiss is sharper than Leica's 50 Summilux. :)

http://www.stevehuffph​oto.com/tag/sony-a7/ (external link)

The Otus 55 isn't being made in E-mount.




  
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Oct 30, 2013 09:48 |  #315

Shadowblade wrote in post #16410707 (external link)
The Otus 55 isn't being made in E-mount.

It's all good. Steve used an adapter for this set up. :)




  
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