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Changing from 6D to A7R

 
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Mar 01, 2015 08:10 |  #31

davidfarina wrote in post #17454251 (external link)
Im so sorry, the adapter needed about 5 weeks to arrive, so i forgot about this thread. But yeah, worked out pretty well. Didnt even notice any flare or internal reflections..

That's interesting, maybe they improved the newer versions. I had a commlite adapter and it definitely had severe issues with internal reflections until I added some flocking paper.


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Mar 01, 2015 09:40 |  #32

Heres an image shot with the A7r and the 24 TSE via commlite adapter:


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Mar 01, 2015 17:15 |  #33

I added an a7r to my canon setup recently. The daytime shots are great, its astro is no comparison to the canon 6d .

Unfortunatly destroyed my canon so am shooting exclusivly with the sony until i get a replacement..


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Mar 01, 2015 18:06 |  #34

RobDickinson wrote in post #17455702 (external link)
I added an a7r to my canon setup recently. The daytime shots are great, its astro is no comparison to the canon 6d .

Unfortunatly destroyed my canon so am shooting exclusivly with the sony until i get a replacement..

You should try the a7S. I didn't think I'd top my 6D for ISO performance, but the a7S pretty clearly does, plus focusing in the dark with it is so much easier.


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Mar 02, 2015 00:28 |  #35

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #17455766 (external link)
You should try the a7S. I didn't think I'd top my 6D for ISO performance, but the a7S pretty clearly does, plus focusing in the dark with it is so much easier.

the 6D is hard to be IMO. I was shooting an event last night, and was underexposing with 1/125 F2.8 ISO 25600..... I was clearly under exposed, however that was how the scene was, so I left it underexposed, and with some noise reduction, I'm getting decent results, and still being 20mp.

being able to quickly AF in those instances is pretty fantastic.


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Mar 02, 2015 03:27 |  #36

Charlie wrote in post #17456224 (external link)
the 6D is hard to be IMO. I was shooting an event last night, and was underexposing with 1/125 F2.8 ISO 25600..... I was clearly under exposed, however that was how the scene was, so I left it underexposed, and with some noise reduction, I'm getting decent results, and still being 20mp.

being able to quickly AF in those instances is pretty fantastic.

Oh I know, the 6D is incredible, the a7S pushes the envelope even further though ;)


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