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Nov 19, 2014 11:45 |  #4246

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I liked how the reflection was included :D

That is why i did shoot this building, but so sad and pity they didn't clean/wash that floor to have better reflection, also few marble [granite] were cracked so that also may effect on the reflection, but something better than nothing.


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Nov 19, 2014 12:29 |  #4247

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a7R and 24-70 OSS

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^ this one's just for A7. Wonder what A7RII brings. No ISO performance improvement (damn! was hoping at least some of A7S technology to trickle down).



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Nov 19, 2014 12:33 |  #4248

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Nice colors back at you!

Specs leaked. Whoomp! There It Is!!

http://thenewcamera.co​m/category/sony-rumors/ (external link)

So basically it's the exact same camera only with IBIS? Guess I'll keep with my original plan and put my money toward the a7S :cool:


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Nov 19, 2014 12:42 |  #4249

Mu Eugene wrote in post #17281580 (external link)
Nice colors back at you!

Specs leaked. Whoomp! There It Is!!

http://thenewcamera.co​m/category/sony-rumors/ (external link)

^ this one's just for A7. Wonder what A7RII brings. No ISO performance improvement (damn! was hoping at least some of A7S technology to trickle down).

Well now to see what the pro version is all about :D


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Nov 19, 2014 12:59 |  #4250

More cameras and still no lenses.


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Nov 19, 2014 13:04 |  #4251

bobbyz wrote in post #17281654 (external link)
More cameras and still no lenses.

That is a frustration


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Nov 19, 2014 13:23 |  #4252

bobbyz wrote in post #17281654 (external link)
More cameras and still no lenses.

In the space of one year there are zooms covering 16mm-200mm. Also, there are the excellent 35mm and 55mm primes. Next year promises more lenses. That is not "no lenses".

Be realistic. Just how many lenses can a company reasonably develop and roll out in the space of a single year? Sure, there are not a whole lot of choices right now, and I truly want them to speed up the new lens roll-outs, but it's crazy to expect them to have a complete lineup of everything from 14mm-800mm in one year.

I do think the platform's smaller size has some disappointing built-in lens limitations. For instance: will Sony be releasing zooms with constant f/2.8? That's a big lens on a tiny camera, so I'm not sure. They will be rolling out a new 35mm f/1.4 next year, so maybe the faster aperture zooms are coming. Just put everything in perspective: it's only been one year into this full-frame e-mount platform.


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Nov 19, 2014 13:26 |  #4253

David Arbogast wrote in post #17281688 (external link)
In the space of one year there are zooms covering 16mm-200mm. Also, there are the excellent 35mm and 55mm primes. Next year promises more lenses. That is not "no lenses".

Be realistic. Just how many lenses can a company reasonably develop and roll out in the space of a single year? Sure, there are not a whole lot of choices right now, and I truly want them to speed up the new lens roll-outs, but it's crazy to expect them to have a complete lineup of everything from 14mm-800mm in one year.

I do think the platform's smaller size has some disappointing built-in lens limitations. For instance: will Sony be releasing zooms with constant f/2.8? That's a big lens on a tiny camera, so I'm not sure. They will be rolling out a new 35mm f/1.4 next year, so maybe the faster aperture zooms are coming. Just put everything in perspective: it's only been one year into this full-frame e-mount platform.

Very true, and i never thought why Sony didn't announce more lenses, so i will wait even longer and i have enough lenses even they are not E-mount, even Samyang 14 i didn't buy it with E-mount, so i am not so disappointed that Sony doesn't have more lenses YET.


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Nov 19, 2014 13:31 |  #4254

David Arbogast wrote in post #17281688 (external link)
In the space of one year there are zooms covering 16mm-200mm. Also, there are the excellent 35mm and 55mm primes. Next year promises more lenses. That is not "no lenses".

Be realistic. Just how many lenses can a company reasonably develop and roll out in the space of a single year? Sure, there are not a whole lot of choices right now, and I truly want them to speed up the new lens roll-outs, but it's crazy to expect them to have a complete lineup of everything from 14mm-800mm in one year.

I do think the platform's smaller size has some disappointing built-in lens limitations. For instance: will Sony be releasing zooms with constant f/2.8? That's a big lens on a tiny camera, so I'm not sure. They will be rolling out a new 35mm f/1.4 next year, so maybe the faster aperture zooms are coming. Just put everything in perspective: it's only been one year into this full-frame e-mount platform.

Fair point, but I think people's frustration comes more from the fact that Sony seems more eager to develop and released bodies than lenses and that seems bass akwards to me.


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Nov 19, 2014 13:37 |  #4255

David Arbogast wrote in post #17281688 (external link)
In the space of one year there are zooms covering 16mm-200mm. Also, there are the excellent 35mm and 55mm primes. Next year promises more lenses. That is not "no lenses".

Be realistic. Just how many lenses can a company reasonably develop and roll out in the space of a single year? Sure, there are not a whole lot of choices right now, and I truly want them to speed up the new lens roll-outs, but it's crazy to expect them to have a complete lineup of everything from 14mm-800mm in one year.

I do think the platform's smaller size has some disappointing built-in lens limitations. For instance: will Sony be releasing zooms with constant f/2.8? That's a big lens on a tiny camera, so I'm not sure. They will be rolling out a new 35mm f/1.4 next year, so maybe the faster aperture zooms are coming. Just put everything in perspective: it's only been one year into this full-frame e-mount platform.

I agree with David here. Rome wasnt built in a single day. Canon/Nikon didnt just launch with all of their lenses available. It takes time to create and produce quality glass. So far they are doing a good job...plus my old glass does a great job on them as well :)


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Nov 19, 2014 13:38 |  #4256

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #17281702 (external link)
Fair point, but I think people's frustration comes more from the fact that Sony seems more eager to develop and released bodies than lenses and that seems bass akwards to me.

I agree; it does appear odd. And I'm sure that was the sentiment Bobby was expressing.

Personally, as one who has yet to even buy an e-mount lens and don't even have any strong plans for one (hey I wish my budget allowed me to buy them all - they all look very nice to me :) ), I'm all for new bodies - can't wait to see what the a9 is all about. :D


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Nov 19, 2014 13:42 |  #4257

I eagerly await an A9. The A7II sounds less likely to materialize - after all why release a series of stabilized zooms and then offer a stabilized body? On the other hand who know what thoughts go through the head and designers at Sony?

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Nov 19, 2014 13:52 |  #4258

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I eagerly await an A9. The A7II sounds less likely to materialize - after all why release a series of stabilized zooms and then offer a stabilized body? On the other hand who know what thoughts go through the head and designers at Sony?

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just this.. :rolleyes: :p


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Nov 19, 2014 13:54 |  #4259

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nice shots baan.

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Nice set Baan!

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^ this one's just for A7. Wonder what A7RII brings. No ISO performance improvement (damn! was hoping at least some of A7S technology to trickle down).

thanks guys :)

same... minor upgrade, then again the a7 is already a good camera.

a9.. hmm..... :mad:




  
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Nov 19, 2014 14:06 |  #4260

Sorry I didn't realise that said "no lenses". What I meant was frustrating was the lack of primes in the 1.2-2.0 range like a 35, 85, 135 etc. I'm hopeful they will come eventually though.

The 55 is an amazing lens so my hopes are high


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