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Sep 20, 2017 16:05 |  #4816

I thought it's from an FE35 F1.4 at F5.6, went out to check mine at 5.6. then i came back here and saw on your sig you got the FE35F2.8.


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Sep 20, 2017 17:27 |  #4817

digital_AM wrote in post #18456282 (external link)
Thanks David. Yes it's beautiful indeed. I hope you can visit one day.

I haven't purchased a nodal slide yet. I haven't had much opportunity for horizontal panos yet. I'll probably pickup one of the FLM slides.

I'm looking forward to seeing more urban shots from you. It's fun shooting early in the morning or late.

I'm looking at panorama equipment also. Why are you considering FLM? Are there other good choices?
Just being curious at this time.


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Sep 20, 2017 18:11 |  #4818

rcarlton wrote in post #18456745 (external link)
I'm looking at panorama equipment also. Why are you considering FLM? Are there other good choices?
Just being curious at this time.

From my research, your options are to either piece it together or get something as a kit. If you want to do multi row panos then I think the best option is the Really Right Stuff PG-01 gimbal. If you just need a nodal rail and a leveling base for single row panos, there are many options including FLM. I'm considering FLM because one of their rails is the right length for my loxia 21 lens and their rails are inexpensive. Not sure how they stack up in terms of quality over RRS though.




  
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Sep 20, 2017 18:32 |  #4819

Ironically I just now posted my larger RRS PG-02 up for sale on FM. It was just TOO BIG, and TOO HEAVY for me. I might consider the smaller PG-01 (not likely), or the FLM ballhead - I like the capabilities on the FLM head.

The rubber cladding just delaminated off my a7R II's SD card door. I think my RRS plate had been compressing the rubber making the door rubber chafe against the body rubber. Now that the rubber is off my door, I'm glad of it: the door pops open and closed so much easier now. It doesn't look bad either without the rubber cladding.


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Sep 20, 2017 22:36 |  #4820

Miss me? Ha!
Hope all in my Sony family are well and survived all the crazy weather.
24 days goes fast when you're on the move.
Long drive out there and back....first 'real' photo op was along the way, Sioux Falls-

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Sep 21, 2017 00:28 |  #4821

Lenox Square, Atlanta

I wanted to try this time blend and long exposure blend on a cityscape image. I merged an image for the sunset, then one for the light trails, and another for the building lights at blue hour. All shots were taken within an hour at the same location. This one looks much better at higher resolution on a big display.

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Sep 21, 2017 01:54 |  #4822

If talking about bags, I'm loyal to ThinkThank, this one (crappy phone picture) Urban Approach 15, made for mirrorless.
Took a snap getting ready for weddings.

In the bag:
2x Godox TT600S one on other
Samyang 12mm f/2.8 FE
Sony A7 II + SEL280F20
Samyang XP 85mm f/1.2 + Sigma MC-11
Sony A7 II +SEL55F18
Helios 77m-4 + tilt adapter
Godox XT-1s
Xiaomi powerbank 10000mAh
Spare batteries, dual charger etc

+can fit up to a 10” tablet and a 15” laptop

p.s. I didn't wanted a DSLR bag, couse compartments are bigger, deeper. I was looking for compact mirrorless bag and found it, can take top part out, throw other stuff in and use as vacation or travel bag.


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Sep 21, 2017 02:04 |  #4823

Morning bokeh dose

A7 II +Helios 77m-4 + tilt adapter

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Sep 21, 2017 02:05 |  #4824

Lots of talk about bags.
Before our long trip out west I added an Everyday Backpack 20L and 30L for Poof and I.
Each worked a charm on our trip.
Each could replace a Pelican which we both packed for the trip.
I know some have tried the Everyday and not liked, but for us it just works.


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Sep 21, 2017 02:22 |  #4825

everyday bags are also a good option, not screaming - Im photo bag.
I personally don't like side loading


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Sep 21, 2017 03:17 |  #4826

digital_AM wrote in post #18456916 (external link)
Lenox Square, Atlanta

I wanted to try this time blend and long exposure blend on a cityscape image. I merged an image for the sunset, then one for the light trails, and another for the building lights at blue hour. All shots were taken within an hour at the same location. This one looks much better at higher resolution on a big display.

Loxia 21mm:


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Wow! Gorgeous light rays and car trails.


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Sep 21, 2017 04:58 as a reply to  @ post 18418405 |  #4827

i like the combination from a7rii and the 200/1.8
think about to get also a a7rii and use it with my 200/1.8
would like to see more images what this dreamteam able to produce :-)




  
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Sep 21, 2017 05:10 |  #4828

digital_AM wrote in post #18456916 (external link)
Lenox Square, Atlanta

I wanted to try this time blend and long exposure blend on a cityscape image. I merged an image for the sunset, then one for the light trails, and another for the building lights at blue hour. All shots were taken within an hour at the same location. This one looks much better at higher resolution on a big display.

Loxia 21mm:


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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/YGPq​5T  (external link) 20170820-exploring-Atlanta-41-Edit-Edit-copy-proc-web-1280px (external link) by Alfredo Mora (external link), on Flickr

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At first, I thought it might have looked even better if the sun rays were emanating from the center of the frame like the light trails do but on reflection, prefer the two distinct trails of light coming from different angles as captured...A Beautiful scene to be sure.


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Sep 21, 2017 05:16 |  #4829

digital_AM wrote in post #18456916 (external link)
Lenox Square, Atlanta

I wanted to try this time blend and long exposure blend on a cityscape image. I merged an image for the sunset, then one for the light trails, and another for the building lights at blue hour. All shots were taken within an hour at the same location. This one looks much better at higher resolution on a big display.

Loxia 21mm:


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WOW...I might have to go shoot that spot this weekend, I have seen it there, but never realized there was a photo hole...likely made by a photographer!

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i like the combination from a7rii and the 200/1.8
think about to get also a a7rii and use it with my 200/1.8
would like to see more images what this dreamteam able to produce :-)

ONly Sony shooter that I know of that has the 200 f/1.8 is Mike Reid. Not an everday lens, so finding a lot with a specific combo is going to be slim pickings, but I know he uses the two.
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Sep 21, 2017 05:17 |  #4830

From a quick jaunt down to the beach this week before a really long day on site yesterday...

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