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If there’s one thing that you can say about Sony’s digital camera business, it’s that they’ve experimented with many different concepts. Its latest products – the Alpha 7 and Alpha 7R – may be the most exciting products to come out of the Sony labs in some time.

In other words, the Alpha 7s are much smaller than their full-frame interchangeable lens peers such as Nikon’s D and the Canon EOS 6D , an achievement made possible primarily because they’re not SLRs.

In addition, Sony is also unifying the Alpha and NEX brands, so all future interchangeable lens cameras will now fall under the Alpha umbrella. Being mirrorless, the a7 would have otherwise likely been prefixed with the letters NEX.

The a7 and a7R are identical in terms of physical design, with the main differences being the sensor and autofocus system. The a7 uses a Hybrid AF system with on-chip phase detection similar to the one found on the NEX-6, while the a7R has traditional contrast detection.

The a7 is also capable of electronic first curtain mode, which allows for a quieter shutter, and reduces the potential for ‘shutter shock’ vibration; this is absent from the A7R. As you’d expect, Sony had to come up with new lenses to take advantage of the full-frame sensors, and they’ll be known as ‘FE-series’.

Five lenses were announced to start with listed below , with ten more promised by Existing E-mount lenses will work, though the image will necessarily be cropped. The a7 uses a This ‘Hybrid AF’ is supposed to result in speedier AF, supporting the camera’s ability to shoot at 5 fps with continuous autofocus.

The more expensive a7R, on the other hand, has a 36 megapixel sensor with no optical low-pass filter and a more conventional contrast-detect AF system. The company’s latest processor, dubbed Bionz X for reasons that presumably made sense to someone, is considerably more powerful than the previous generation, allowing what the company says is more sophisticated processing. Sony is being a little vague on specifics but is touting the new processor as offering ‘Detail Reproduction Technology’ which appears to be a more subtle and sophisticated sharpening system.

The company promises less apparent emphasis on edges, giving a more convincing representation of fine detail’. Another function promised by the Bionz X processor is ‘Diffraction Reduction’, in which the camera’s processing attempts to correct for the softness caused by diffraction as you stop a lens’ aperture down.

This processing is presumably aperture-dependent and sounds similar to an element of Fujifilm’s Lens Modulation Optimization system introduced on the XS , suggesting it’s something we should expect to see become more common across brands in the coming months.

Finally, Sony says the Bionz X chip offers a more advanced version of its context-sensitive, ‘area-specific noise reduction’, which attempts to identify whether each area of an image represents smooth tone, textured detail or subject edges and apply different amounts of noise reduction accordingly. Later in the review, we’ll show you just how well this system works, and also the problems it can create. While the a7 has an E-mount, you’ll need to use Sony’s new FE-series lenses to take advantage of its full-frame sensor.

Existing E-mount lenses will still physically fit, but as they’re only designed for use with APS-C sensors, their image circles won’t cover the entire frame properly just like using Sony’s DT lenses on full-frame Alpha mount cameras.

While five FE lenses were announced at launch, they were not all available at ‘press time’, and the mm F3. All of the lenses are weather-sealed, but while the zooms include optical stabilization, the primes do not.

We’re slightly surprised by Sony’s strategy here: it seems a bit odd to be making two different standard zooms to start with, rather than adding a wide-angle zoom. And while it’s great to see a couple of primes, both look somewhat slow given their prices.

The 55mm F1. We’d have loved to see a fast ‘portrait’ lens in the mm range early on, but hopefully Sony will offer one soon.

The two cameras are perfectly capable of using existing E-mount and A-mount lenses, and you have the choice as to whether the image is cropped. If you choose to crop, the resolution will drop to 10 megapixels on the a7, and the equivalent focal length will increase by 1.

Sony also gives you the option to not crop and use the entire sensor, though this is likely to lead to strong vignetting. And finally, with it On, you’ll see Image 3, regardless of which lens type you put on the camera. Sony’s A-Mount lenses will require the use of an A- to E-mount adapter. Somewhat confusingly Sony now offers no fewer than four such adapters, which differ in their autofocus capabilities and format coverage.

It’s well worth noting that the a7 and a7R are able to accept a huge range of other lenses via readily-available third-party adapters, including old manual focus lenses from long-dead systems such as Minolta MD, Olympus OM, and Canon FD, as well as those from current systems such as Nikon F, Pentax K and Leica M.

What’s more, in principle these lenses should offer the angle of view they were originally designed to give – so a 24mm will be a true wide-angle again, for example.

So if you have a cherished collection of old manual focus primes sitting a closet, the a7 may be just the camera to bring them back to life. More on that later in the review. Other accessories include camera cases, an off-shoe flash adapter, wired and wireless remotes, and screen protectors.

Still enjoy the Mark I ergonomics and IQ for the most part. Great balance between size and IQ in these two systems. I just got one. Even though I’m late to this party and the tech is several years old, I love using it, perfect for what I need. It’s especially easy to travel with. I like to use the AF button to focus “back button focusing”, before I’m dinged for not using the correct vocabulary , but on my other DSLR I save autofocus using the shutter release button onto one of the custom memory modes on the dial for when I hand the camera off to someone to take my picture.

Can’t seem to do that on the Sony A7. Instead I have to explain bb focusing to the person, or go into the menu and change the shutter button. Bought it new a few weeks ago with the kit lens. It’s a nice camera and I really like the image quality. At these prices it was a no brainer for me. No wonder at this price. Dreadful camera, auto focus is useless, colors aren’t even as good as an old Canon Rebel D. AF also improved with newer Firmware, but it isn’t a sports camera.

Horses for courses. I think that comment from mlupi must relate to the A7R, not the A7. Having had both, the A7R is extremely slow on focusing and yes, I missed a load of shots or got them out of focus. The A7R is aimed at landscape photographers, so yes, it is aimed at static subjects! As for the A7, the focus is very fast, precise and reliable. Colours are accurate. They may have the same body, but they are two very different cameras when it comes to performance. There is a setting that can either reflect the exposure setting or this can be turned off to maintain constant brightness.

In other words, if you shoot in Manual mode with fixed iso and settings effect ON, your brightness will reflect the settings i. EVF will get darker as you close down aperture. With settings effect OFF the EVF will maintain constant brightness but framerate may get lower as you let less light in.

Settings effect OFF is especially useful when flash is used in manual mode or when you want to maintain constant brightness to aid the visibility, especially when focusing manually. Hi Vit, thanks for the help. I would be most interested in depth of field effects when stopping down. Clearly this would show no mater what, but I thought the digital display ought to show a bright screen so long as there was enough ambient light, and so it apparently does I also don’t understand why manual focus should be difficult although I suppose without the split image finders it might not be as obvious.

Manual focus can be difficult in low light conditions only when the display can get grainy. Otherwise it is quite easy aided by magnification and focus peaking. No camera is perfect The High ISO or higher Image Quality is really helping me out in many different situations: -Bouncing flash into umbrella instead of my huge portable flashes -Low light when I cannot use flash -Flash indoors party and picking up background light.

How to get rid of the level in the EVF? And what is the Zebra markings do? What does it have to do with brightness? There has been a firmware update 1. It made changes to the high ISO suppression. Overall I have found the camera on V2. Switching off Auto Dynamic Range helped with reducing shadow noise.

Thank you Glen I’ve recently bought an A7 with the original firmware. I didn’t fully test it before updating to the v2. I noticed a quite improvement in the start up time and responsiveness but couldn’t compare the IQ before and after.

All in all , I’m happy with it. How well does this camera support manual focussing and are there any issues working with manual lenses or even adapting vintage manual lenses? And is it possible to remove the AF Start from the shutter half-press, assigning it to a separate designated button instead?

I’m using the A7 with old Minolta, Canon and Vivitar lenses and it works perfectly. And yes you can move AF to another button. This is a very old question, but in case you haven’t got the answer it is quite simple: The mm is a lens designed for a smaller sensor APS-C and it’s image circle does not cover the full frame sensor. What you are seeing is a lack of coverage, this can be avoided by either using it in crop mode the lenses intended format or using a FF lens instead. You guys are kidding right?

I don’t like Sony but I’m not so blind to say they are a weak company. They produce pretty much every piece of electronics you can think of. Wake up people, Sony is here to stay. After a decade of losing money on TVs, and four consecutive net loss-making years, Sony is running out of time and money.

I won’t buy camera from a company that might not exist anymore soon in the near future. Look at Apple, they had been suffering for so many years before becoming one of the biggest company in the world. With articulating at horizontal is mechanizm strong enough to hold up Hoodman 3X loupe without supporting with finger? Especially in darker environments.


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The OM System mm F2. Check out this ensemble gallery from our team that includes photos from Washington’s North Cascades National Park, the Canadian north, the streets of Seattle, and rural England to see how it performs. View our OM System mm F2. Looking at the young lady in the car seat, the detail in the eyes is really quite remarkable, and this at a not so low iso Who needs more?

More speed is always nice. And this particular shot is a tad overexposed but highlights can be recovered. What went wrong? Decent pictures and good variety, the first time for a very long time. But why can we onlty see cut down images sizes, as capture one pro 12 fujifilm crack free been the case at DPR for a while? I’m not sure what you mean by cut-down images. Full-resolution versions should be downloadable if you click the link and there’s an option to zoom-in to full-resolution.

It looks like a pretty good lens, but I don’t see a strong reason for a V2 if I already have a V1. I think they updated it to take advantage of what the OM-1 can do, so probably speedier focus and maybe a new coating.

Loving the body and design von OM. But the rendering is a bit behind X-Trans. It was hard основываясь на этих данных choose between OM and Fujifilm. I took Fujifilm for the classic dials and monitor. For me, X-Trans is a disadvantage. On the downside, X-Trans reduces chroma resolution for green tones substantially compared to Bayer, it introduced new kinds of demosaicing artifacts, demosaicing is more costly with regard to computing power than Bayer i.

Actually xtrans oncreases chroma resolution for green tones. Both Bauer and xtrans have their trade offs. It sure seems to help. The OP made a point about X-Trans, and по ссылке invited comments. What’s remarkable about the fact that the comments came? CaPI – the OP made a comment on X-trans so not sure how “this turned into another X-trans discussion” is a valid observation.

Images look really good. I can’t quite explain it but it just looks better than my version 1 although they are supposed to be optically identical capture one pro 12 fujifilm crack free only the weather sealing is different.

I’ve also dropped mine a few times. I always found this lens has very few compromises. It’s reasonably sized, sharp at the 12mm setting sharp enough to use with high res mode and the rest is very good too. But given Olympus’ current resources, I wish they would focus all their efforts on new cameras and new lenses. The only real downside is that it has the nervous bokeh that capture one pro 12 fujifilm crack free characteristic of all the earlier Olympus PRO series lenses.

Not nearly as significant an issue with this lens as with the PRO, but it’s there. You are conflating shallow depth of field with bokeh. Many Olympus lenses were very sharp but also produced rather unpleasant bokeh, even with some primes.

That was not an Olympus phenomenon, a lot of modern lenses exhibited the same problem. I feel Panasonic did better, especially with Leica branded primes. Newest Olympus lenses do a much better job in terms of bokeh.

Somewhat surprisingly, mm was the first Olympus zoom that did a good job in this regard. The 2. That’s just not true at all. There are plenty of slow lenses that have excellent rendering quality and fast lenses that produce unpleasant bokeh.

Also, aperture blade count and shape have almost nothing to do with bokeh unless you’re stopping down the lens. You cannot get smooth bokeh with a 7 blade 2. Having said that, I had a closer look at this gallery and I’m not seeing the bokeh issues I remember from the original I посмотреть еще own that lens, so maybe my memory exaggerated how bad it was.

But I just checked samples from Lenstip review of the original and there it is, in almost every photo. But I’m not seeing the same ugly bokeh here. You’re incorrect, aperture blades only have an effect on bokeh when the lens is stopped down.

If the lens is wide open the aperture blades are fully retracted, on most lenses at least, and you have a truly circular aperture. What governs bokeh is primarily the optical design of the lens and how aberrations are over or under corrected.

Astrotripper The original doesn’t show the bokeh issues anywhere near as easily as the or even the You ссылка на продолжение have to end up with an unfortunate combination of capture one pro 12 fujifilm crack free, focal length, bright points in the background and subject to background distance for it to be an issue.

I never ever seen a low aperture blades have rounded bokeh fully open not once in decades and you can always clearly see the edges. I’m not sure what to tell you but you’re just wrong; the vast majority of the lenses on нажмите чтобы перейти market have aperture blades that fully retract, as seen through the entrance pupil, when wide open. The only lenses where you’ll still see the aperture blades wide open capture one pro 12 fujifilm crack free usually either macro lenses where the lenses is actually slightly faster than what is specified, like some quasi-constant aperture lenses or certain designs for macro lenses.

Even super cheap lenses like the old Canon plastic fantastic have a perfectly circular aperture wide open despite only have 5 aperture blades.

Your are not looking carefully then, also then all lenses would have perfectly rounded fully open and not with classic clear aperture edges when fully open, go through reviews, your own images fully open very few lenses show completely circular orbits, pretty much all low aperture has clear edges. Also I clearly looked through to see but it can be more tricky too see on none manual lenses, if your not careful enough it can look like these fully retract but they rarely dos.

Yes, and this is exactly what you see. I could easily keep going but I think that represents a pretty wide swath of lens types from different manufacturers. There are certainly lenses out there that do show the blades even when жмите wide open, but they’re by far the exception. Ow- the old ones were optical corrected for the most part.

Cargo, not bad at all, I agree, especially taking into account there is no such a lens elsewhere in FF. Not a great lens but, it exists. Panasonic has the right idea with their lens, MFT actually needs to produce a lens like that. And compare the closest focus distance please! There is really nothing like that for larger formats. Everything is a compromise. OSPhoto: Your logic is flawed. Nothing whatsoever would be “thrown away”.

On the contrary, the system would only gain something, regardless of whether you’d like it or see any use in it. New technology and advancement simply has changed the rule of the game. For example Sony now has a UW to W zoom that are lighter the Olympus pro by capture one pro 12 fujifilm crack free and is faster in equivalent terms if Sony do this too their midrange and tele then one of the major advantages capture one pro 12 fujifilm crack free gone as smoke in the wind.

Because of this I think OM-D also need to offer something else then trying to be the light smaller alternative because that game is not what it once was.

So they need to offer the f1. Malling: MFT being compact and lightweight isn’t really due to equivalent lenses being lighter or more compact, that never was the case.

It’s that MFT has some ultra-compact lenses which are slower, in equivalent terms, than what FF offers. Also, your two lenses are not really equivalent; is filemaker pro 14 compatible with mojave free mm FF would need to be be bigger than an otherwise similar mm as well.

Only the fact that the is also a stop faster in equivalent terms reduces the Olympus lens’ justification for being larger.

And to be really fair, we’d also need to compare performance, in which the Olympus is known to excel, while the Sony so far has seen mixed reviews, like some that say it’s a bit soft capture one pro 12 fujifilm crack free 35mm.

You cannot beat maker pc software free Equivalent to a it simply dos not exist and certainly not as a 5. The PZ mostly got mixed reviews mostly due to it being PZ it seems to play mind tricks with people valuation. Also hardly any aberration, no loss of contrast etc. There is only one AF in Sony E at 3. I did not word it correctly. For many people you can just go to FF and get “slower” equivalent lenses for cheaper, so the value proposition isn’t there.

Certainly it would appeal more to some people already in MFT, but the problem arises that enough people got into MFT because of the smaller size and sometimes lower prices, so it tends to not appeal to enough people in the system. Why compare to equivalent? Those are quite different lenses. Panasonic would be a better equivalent. Let’s not forget that there’s actually quite a few UWA options in MFT, you’ve just chosen the single most over the top option:.

Panasonic make one where the range is comparable but capture one pro 12 fujifilm crack free 2. OSPhoto “you can just go to FF and get ‘slower’ equivalent lenses for cheaper, so the value proposition isn’t there. Certainly it would appeal more to some people already in MFT”—that’s partly true, but there are a lot of people who didn’t choose MFT for general compactness to begin with.

People like that are not interested in buying into FF just to be able to get those faster MFT lenses cheaper. On the contrary, some are prepared to pay more for something that might even be a larger and heavier lens for MFT.

I, for one, definitely am.


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