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Dec 05, 2019 10:07 |  #11176

Here is a repeat of my previous "gray towel" exercise, but with a better scale and a MacBeth Color Checker in the shot to help evaluate color. I guess you could say that these film simulations perhaps are supposed to behave like film. If that is a reasonable assumption, then maybe one could visualize the tonal range in terms of the "Zone System" made popular by Adams. Think of my "0" value as "Zone V" with my "-4" equivalent to "Zone I" and my "+4" equivalent to "Zone IX." Seems to make sense, visually, given the qualitative descriptions of what each zone should represent in terms of tone and detail.

Interesting. Now I have to start treating my digital camera like a film camera ... LOL.

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Dec 05, 2019 19:59 |  #11177

Old tyme slide night.

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Dec 05, 2019 22:58 |  #11178

Some from just before all the pretty leaves had come down

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Dec 06, 2019 09:36 |  #11179

New owner of an X-T3. First set of pictures. So far I am very happy.

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Dec 06, 2019 13:55 |  #11180

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Some from just before all the pretty leaves had come down

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Dec 06, 2019 21:42 |  #11181

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Dec 08, 2019 20:30 |  #11182

A few more out walking around the neighborhood back before Halloween

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Dec 08, 2019 21:56 |  #11183

Man, Alan going to love this. I jumped on the Sony deal. A while back my GFX50s took a plunge at the beach and got damaged beyond repair. So I was thinking another used GFX50s as GFX100 is too much for me. Enter A7rIV for much cheaper price during the holidays. I only have 85mm f1.8 so far to play with and today there was some break in the 3-4 days of rain. Used AD200 in TTL mode. I am not seeing any Sony colors. This is my first time processing Sony files in LR. I did 1-2 mins just like I do for Fuji. I need to update my LR as I couldn't find any profile for Sony.

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Handling on Fuji is buttery smooth compared to the Sony. Sony eye AF is awesome. Other things Fuji all the way. I am hoping Fuji releases an update to the GFX50s with better AF.

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Dec 09, 2019 05:54 |  #11184

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Handling on Fuji is buttery smooth compared to the Sony. Sony eye AF is awesome. Other things Fuji all the way. I am hoping Fuji releases an update to the GFX50s with better AF.

They did, it's called the GFX100 :-P


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Dec 09, 2019 08:22 |  #11185

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They did, it's called the GFX100 :-P

I meant the smaller body without the grip. Don't like the grip but I haven't held it in my hands. A coworker has it, we just need to setup a shoot and then get to play with it.


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Dec 09, 2019 10:55 |  #11186

bobbyz wrote in post #18972319 (external link)
Man, Alan going to love this. I jumped on the Sony deal. A while back my GFX50s took a plunge at the beach and got damaged beyond repair. So I was thinking another used GFX50s as GFX100 is too much for me. Enter A7rIV for much cheaper price during the holidays. I only have 85mm f1.8 so far to play with and today there was some break in the 3-4 days of rain. Used AD200 in TTL mode. I am not seeing any Sony colors. This is my first time processing Sony files in LR. I did 1-2 mins just like I do for Fuji. I need to update my LR as I couldn't find any profile for Sony.

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Handling on Fuji is buttery smooth compared to the Sony. Sony eye AF is awesome. Other things Fuji all the way. I am hoping Fuji releases an update to the GFX50s with better AF.

Wow your kids are growin' fast!!

Congratulations on a versatile tool!!

I've been mocked in the past to say such words as "colour science". It's been a topic of discussion how the A7r4 has a different colour render. The pair of A73 I have also is different from the older gen 7 series and even A9mk1. My assumption is that the A9mk2 will be along the same lines as the A7r4.

I think it would be cool for you to play around with a different system. If you ultimately do not like what you see....sell it. Nice to see you've taken a bold exploration route!

I've been low key in the camera world as I've been using disposable play money on Hifi 2 channel nonsense again. The rebate card I received at a Sony demo would get me a new A9mk1 for substantially less than a A7r4. Both camera's have been in my shopping cart in this debate. But then there is the upcoming Sigma 24-70 f/2.8 ART zoom for a killer affordable price of only $1099 USD!! Simple audiofile grade power cord surpasses the price of that lens LOL!!

In Canada there's no appealing sales for Sony gear I really want. Just the 3 items I've mentioned are on my short list. Hoping to see you explore more with Sony lenses. Dumping the A7r4 is understandable if you're loving the GFX files and Fuji render. You will experience more as you do more post processing of the Sony files in different lighting environments. Shocked you pulled a trigger on the A7r4.....

Oddly I still use my Canon gear for brutally low light environments with bounced flash with incredible keeper rate with no AF hunting issues. Otherwise I use the Sony a lot more for more general duties.


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Dec 09, 2019 15:17 |  #11187

Hanging out with the boy today, on the doss from work for a hour, out for hot choc and a coffee. He smuggled his iPad along so I gave him 20mins on it - quiet time is also good every now and again.


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Dec 09, 2019 17:50 |  #11188

Anyone pick up the 16-80?


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Dec 09, 2019 18:32 |  #11189

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