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Jun 21, 2019 18:56 |  #30091

Typical shot work with the 45/1.8 I'd guess
and a crop of same


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Jun 21, 2019 19:00 |  #30092

My typical use of the 45/1.8 I'd reckon.
My battlewagon-


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Jun 21, 2019 19:06 |  #30093

So maybe these show some typical work with the Rok 1.8.
One review on FM said that focus at infinity doesn't work.
He is correct.
I took a shot of distant tree tops=not in focus.
Put the a9 in manual focus and whalla focus achieved.
With this lens came the 'dock' or whatever Rokinon calls it. Might help.

OK this shot showing, well kinda showing bokeh balls for you all.

So now Poof and I don't fight over the 55/1.8 :)


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Jun 21, 2019 19:15 |  #30094

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What is the current Kayak situation...still using the Sea Eagle 393RLs?


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Jun 21, 2019 20:02 |  #30095

David Arbogast wrote in post #18881646 (external link)
What is the current Kayak situation...still using the Sea Eagle 393RLs?

David I've sold off 6 kayaks.....but added 2, so still with 18 ish boats.
Current favorite to paddle is the P@H Cetus-
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But when RV'ing the Sea Eagles are the way to go.
If I lived in an apartment the Sea Eagle would be perfect.

Funny brought that up. Poof is scheming a multiday paddle trip. We'll see
what she comes up with. Wasn't that long ago we did a January circumnavigation
of Land Between the Lakes hammocking each night around the peninsula.

I think if she plans one it will be a simple paddle trip on Fontana.


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Jun 21, 2019 20:04 |  #30096

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You're welcome sir. That's great. Looking forward to your impressions of the tripod.

No, thank you.
If Ian likes I'm sure to.
He's a super guy. I've written him quite a few times on astro stuff.
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Jun 21, 2019 20:59 |  #30097

Hi, Sony shooters! I just got my a7iii last week and it's amazing with my Canon glass so far. The Sigma adapter was recommended by a friend and it does not disappoint. I'm very excited to see how the new camera compares with my 5DIV. I may have to shoot side by side with a friend and see what happens. I posted the 2 flower images I got yesterday. No editing, just JPEG and adjusted to post here, so not full resolution. Having fun posting here before going back to work in July. Hope to get to know some of you before going back into the classroom.


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Jun 21, 2019 21:38 |  #30098

SuzyView wrote in post #18881687 (external link)
Hi, Sony shooters! I just got my a7iii last week and it's amazing with my Canon glass so far. The Sigma adapter was recommended by a friend and it does not disappoint. I'm very excited to see how the new camera compares with my 5DIV. I may have to shoot side by side with a friend and see what happens. I posted the 2 flower images I got yesterday. No editing, just JPEG and adjusted to post here, so not full resolution. Having fun posting here before going back to work in July. Hope to get to know some of you before going back into the classroom.

Welcome to Sonyland Suzyview. Just maybe you'll end up selling the EOS gears off :)
Then again you may end up selling off the Sony :)
Either way have fun.

I shot today with a9+MC-11+EOS 400DOii. I'll be sore tomorrow!


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Jun 21, 2019 21:40 |  #30099

Oh, I doubt I'll part with the lens line-up I have now. What I don't think I will keep forever are my EF-M gear. Now that I have the a7iii, I doubt I'll choose to pick up the other. I just love L lenses.


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Jun 21, 2019 21:44 |  #30100

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I just need to figure out how to turn the skin smoothing off as its really aggressive.

It's usually under beauty mode settings.


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Jun 21, 2019 22:24 |  #30101

The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Little Flower was completed in San Antonio in 1931. I had some nice directional light and clouds the morning I shot this.


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Jun 21, 2019 22:25 |  #30102

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The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Little Flower was completed in San Antonio in 1931. I had some nice directional light and clouds the morning I shot this.


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Jun 21, 2019 22:53 |  #30103

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Lovely light.

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Jun 21, 2019 23:15 |  #30104

SuzyView wrote in post #18881716 (external link)
Oh, I doubt I'll part with the lens line-up I have now. What I don't think I will keep forever are my EF-M gear. Now that I have the a7iii, I doubt I'll choose to pick up the other. I just love L lenses.

As well as it works, you're shooting a watered down implementation. Everything is a little faster, smaller, smoother, seemless with native lenses. At minimum, give the inexpensive third party and/or non GM primes a try.


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Jun 22, 2019 00:04 |  #30105

Charlie wrote in post #18881735 (external link)
As well as it works, you're shooting a watered down implementation. Everything is a little faster, smaller, smoother, seemless with native lenses. At minimum, give the inexpensive third party and/or non GM primes a try.

Obviously I'm a fan of the wannabe-g's (the Samyangs/Roks/etc.)
In fact I'm still a fan of the NEX line of lenses.

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