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Aug 24, 2017 23:27 as a reply to  @ post 18436379 |  #3916

That and we had a cabin practically in the park!!!!


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Aug 24, 2017 23:29 |  #3917

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Love the moose shot, I dream of shots like that!

I have more moose on the flickr. We were hoping for some grizzly.... The rangers said they were all over the place


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Aug 24, 2017 23:39 |  #3918

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Way harder to pull this shot off then many would imagine.

Thanks. That is a six image stack to get most of the screw in focus.


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Aug 24, 2017 23:48 |  #3919

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Aug 25, 2017 00:35 |  #3920

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i'll take that advise. I don't want you to be alone on the RIII. lol

I'm even considering selling the RII now while the value is still not worst and keep the money 'til the RIII is out. I have the A6000 for the mean time anyway. what do you think? I can smell the RIII now that the Nikon 850 got announced.

Smart Vinz. I'd like to think I sold off a lot of dinosaur DSLRs before the loss.
When I think of the Nikon 850 I have to think Sony had it beat over 1.5 years ago with the a99ii.
For me with a9 I don't see a need for the A7Riii---what will change over the A7Rii? Frame rate? MPX? For the little
landscaping I do 42MPX is enough.
What I want is an updated APS-C body more A7 style with an extra dial and two slots.


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Aug 25, 2017 00:54 |  #3921

the RII is really a fantastic camera but we have to admit it's still lacking a few things to become a legit workhorse like the dual card slot, the joystick, at least 8fps and the sloppy writing. Those 4 plus the improved eye auto focus from the A9. I like the AA filter too. Moire' is a nightmare and cannot be fixed. I don't care about the MP too.

Oh wait, that sounds like an A9R.. lol.... i don't know what Sony will do to upgrade the RII without hurting the A9 market. What's your guess?


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Aug 25, 2017 04:52 as a reply to  @ vinmunoz's post |  #3922

Well what about the a9ii.
We know Sony can move lots of data---look at the a99ii=42mpx as 12fps.
Maybe the a9ii will up the mpx to 42, i.e. the A7Rii sensor with a new add on chip
giving 20fps, wouldn't that be a hoot!

I do think when we see the a9r the a7 series bodies will all die off, e.g. all future
bodies will be based off the a9 and have the joystick, the dual slots, etc.

Well I told you what I want in their next aps-c body, what I really want is an RX10 iv that
incorporates the RX100v's sensor and AF. That would be THE wildlife rig if it could also
have the a6500's buffer capacity. I think all of the RX10 series had a good degree of
weather sealing, so if it also had two slots it would be a D500 killer in my book.
Sensor size too small? I don't think so. I know I've put up this link before, it's Poof's work
with the Oly M1ii, look what she can do with BIF and the mFT sensor-
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Aug 25, 2017 06:00 |  #3923

Genuinely never had an issue with Moire on the a7rii, in act never even noticed it in an image. I'm in a different camp at the moment. As opposed to wanting an a9 I'm actually thinking of selling my a7rii and buying a brand new one. Nothing wrong with the one I've got but more for piece of mind that I have a brand new camera again. I've got a few scuffs on the body etc which I will detail in the listing if I go down that route


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Aug 25, 2017 06:22 |  #3924

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Genuinely never had an issue with Moire on the a7rii, in act never even noticed it in an image. I'm in a different camp at the moment. As opposed to wanting an a9 I'm actually thinking of selling my a7rii and buying a brand new one. Nothing wrong with the one I've got but more for piece of mind that I have a brand new camera again. I've got a few scuffs on the body etc which I will detail in the listing if I go down that route

Interestingly, I've experienced several bad run-ins with moire recently; mostly with brick buildings.

It's been frustrating enough for me lately that I've had a change of heart about aa filters: I think I prefer having them. Having used both a 5DS and a 5DS R it's clear that the loss of image detail is barely perceptible and the the slight softness is easily countered with sharpening. But, on the whole, it's a really minor issue. I too regard my a7R II as near-ideal, and other cameras have almost no apeal to me.

Oddly ennough, the only camera that's remotely caught my interest of late is the Olympus E-M1 II...hadn't even looked at m4/3 cameras lately till MedicineMan referenced it, but that camera really impresses me. It passed my mind to skip the FE 100-400mm GM and go with the E-M1 II + Leica 100-400mm (200-800mm equivalent) instead, but, unfortunately, it's too expensive for me. Amazing how expensive the best m4/3 bodies and lenses are!


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Aug 25, 2017 06:46 |  #3925

David Arbogast wrote in post #18436304 (external link)
The a9 is all the camera anyone will ever need...............unt​il the $6000 a9 II is released.

the a9 is a monster for sure...it was fun to shoot with it this week on the beach...I love the joystick, but have to get used to having it again...but I am really looking forward to using it for racing soon...a lot of my work will still go to the A7R2...

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omg the pain ><

I know...not sure I want to know how much Sony will want to fix it...


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Aug 25, 2017 06:49 |  #3926

A7sii sold already someone took the buy it now option , not even up 12 hours.. makrs me think i undersold myself :-|:oops:
:lol:what ever .. its sold.


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Aug 25, 2017 06:54 |  #3927

Hey David/Alfredo...would you two be interested in a sunset meetup at Jackson Street Bridge this Sunday evening...I can't get away the rest of the weekend, my wife is out of town so I am spending the weekend chasing the rugrat around...but if you guys wanted to get together and shoot while Alfredo is still in town, Sunday would be my best chance...I am on the road most of next week...


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Aug 25, 2017 07:09 |  #3928

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Hey David/Alfredo...would you two be interested in a sunset meetup at Jackson Street Bridge this Sunday evening...I can't get away the rest of the weekend, my wife is out of town so I am spending the weekend chasing the rugrat around...but if you guys wanted to get together and shoot while Alfredo is still in town, Sunday would be my best chance...I am on the road most of next week...

Unfortunately I'll be in Anniston, AL on Sunday for my dad's bday. Alfredo and I are planning to shoot tomorrow.

BTW, the ATL forecast for Sunday looking pretty cloudy, so there may not be much of a sunset (hope that's wrong). If that's the case, then a LE blue hour city lights shot could still be really nice.

Got any downtown shot location recommendations for Alfredo and me? I've done a little shooting downtown ATL, but not enough to develop any familiarity...going to be the blind leading the blind. :)


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Aug 25, 2017 07:30 |  #3929

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Unfortunately I'll be in Anniston, AL on Sunday for my dad's bday. Alfredo and I are planning to shoot tomorrow.

BTW, the ATL forecast for Sunday looking pretty cloudy, so there may not be much of a sunset (hope that's wrong). If that's the case, then a LE blue hour city lights shot could still be really nice.

Got any downtown shot location recommendations for Alfredo and me? I've done a little shooting downtown ATL, but not enough to develop any familiarity...going to be the blind leading the blind. :)

I wish I could join you tomorrow...but can't make that work.

As for where, I always like to walk up and down Peachtree, the Suntrust Plaza is a great spot, with comps high and low. (303 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30308) I would avoid Pemberton place, if you want to get out a tripod...they don't like them, and don't allow them...


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Aug 25, 2017 07:36 |  #3930

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Having some experimentation fun with the CV 12 sunstars this evening.

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