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  1. 7 points
    Iansky

    The Flying Scotsman

    We had the refurbished "Flying Scotsman" steam train through our county today and I took my Father-in-law who is 89yrs old to see it, he has only ever seen it in a museum not live on the railway. We were lucky as it remained dry even if a little dull after days of continuous rain. A fantastic sight and a real please to be able to grab some photos of it under steam!
  2. 5 points
    Chordeiles nacunda Sony A7R3 and Sony FE 100-400 GM
  3. 5 points
    Sony A9 with Canon 400mm F4 DO II and Metabones V adapter. (www.larrywongphotography.com)
  4. 4 points
    wildlightphoto

    Coyote

    both photos: a7rIII, FE 600mm f/4 GM Sacramento County California
  5. 4 points
  6. 4 points
    Singingsnapper

    Doha Waterfront

    I had an extended stopover of 16 hours on my way from Seoul to the UK so utilised it by spending some time in the city. Scouted around a bit ready for twilight, was feeling poorly due to a heavy cold, so didn't see as much as I would have liked. Sony A7r4 FE 24 - 70 GM Twilight Across the Bay Doha by singingsnapper, on Flickr Doha Twilight by singingsnapper, on Flickr BW Islamic art gallery, Doha by singingsnapper, on Flickr
  7. 4 points
    all: a7rIII, 600mm f/4 GM
  8. 4 points
    piovanil

    Condor

    Here is a portrait of an Andean Condor (juvenile male), taken with a7R III, Sigma MC-11 and Sigma 150-600 Sport on the "camino de las altas cumbres", Cordoba province, Argentina And you can view it with more definition here: https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49451148336_ea99a3577b_k.jpg
  9. 4 points
    Apollwnios

    life

    Sony ILCE-7RM3 Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Contemporary 015
  10. 4 points
    Sony A7R3 + Sony FE 200-600.. Kerkini lake, Greece...
  11. 4 points
    Buteogallus meridionalis Sony A7R3 + Sony FE 100-400
  12. 4 points
    mack100

    Great Tit (Parus Major)

    A7Riii 100-400GM@400mm F5.6 1/500th ISO1600
  13. 4 points
    Pacific Black ducks enliven a cold dull morning. Australia. A9 & FE 200-600mm
  14. 3 points
    Apollwnios

    Chimpanzee

  15. 3 points
    GundamRX91

    Common buzzard

    No, I've put me that perch. I've been studying those couple of buzzard for several years. For photographing them I build a photographic blind about 10 meters from the perch under a tree. Generally you have to wait at least some hours before they arrive, but often they don't come as well.
  16. 3 points
    Alejandro Espeche

    Red & Blue

    A7R3 + batis 85
  17. 3 points
    Dondeando

    Restrepia Contorta

  18. 3 points
    Red Kite (Milvus milvus), Northern Switzerland A9, 100-400GM f/13, 400 mm, 1/2000, ISO: 400
  19. 3 points
    Apollwnios

    Chimpanzee

  20. 3 points
    Dale Matson

    DSC03602.JPG

    From the album: Sierra Nevada

  21. 3 points
    Sony A9 2 with 200-600 lens.
  22. 3 points
    Dondeando

    Wasp At Work

    A6000 w/24 1.8
  23. 3 points
    Hi, what I mean is that the bird always has to be in the center behind the flight direction but taking advantage of the best of the lens to get focus.
  24. 3 points
    In addition to the photographic merit, of course: as a biker, I like the way how this bird is doing a curved flight, yet keeping his head perfectly aligned with the horizon. Pretty much like motorcyclists do it, too. Image source: http://www.ridesmart.info/img/blogs/leaning diagram.jpg
  25. 3 points
    King of vultures!!! R3 + 100-400
  26. 3 points
    GundamRX91

    Merops apiaster

    Sony A9 + Sony 100-400GM Also visible at this link
  27. 3 points
    mrjcall

    Fog Rays 1.jpg

  28. 3 points
    aviglp

    _GLP4899 [50%] [HDTV (1080)].JPG

    From the album: Japan

  29. 3 points
    dungtran

    Lazy sunday

    A shot of my wife and our dog taking a nap. Sony A7II + Carl Zeiss 50mm/1.7 Planar.
  30. 3 points
    A pair of Tawny Eagles spar in mid-air...
  31. 3 points
    Lilac-breasted Roller skims the freshly burnt patch in search for a freshly roasted insect :-)
  32. 3 points
    Dondeando

    Girl At Roadside Restaurant

    Sony a6000 with 24 1.8
  33. 3 points
    Milvus milvus a9, 100-400gm f/5.6, 400mm, 1/2000th, ISO 500
  34. 3 points
    mconisbee

    Wide View.jpg

    © Mark Conisbee

  35. 3 points
    Jake Sloan

    Deep under Byron Glacier

    I spent some time this last winter crawling hundreds of feet into Byron glacier and the ice caves under it. These are a few of the pictures I took with my A7iii. The column was lit by a ray of light from a crevasse above and the column next to my friend was light by me using a small battery powered light.
  36. 3 points
    WB5AGF

    Lense for Astro photography

    Here's a picture of the Moon that I took about an hour ago from my driveway (the Moon is so bright that streetlights don't cause any significant problem). It was taken with my Sony A7iii Camera and the Canon FD-series 500mm/f8 catadioptric mirror lens using a purely mechanical lens adapter. - Paul
  37. 3 points
    A couple of new shots from the 200-600
  38. 3 points
    Moon 1/125s ISO-125 f/9 840mm (1.4TC) Hand held
  39. 3 points
    I got the 24-105 f4 last fall and absolutely love it. I find it particularly good for travel. Some may say f4 is too slow. I would disagree. I set the ISO to auto allowing it to go as high as 6000. With Sony’s full frame sensors, this is not a problem. I take the smallest Sony flash when I travel, but rarely use it. Some think you need a wide aperture to blur the background, but a medium telephoto at f4 (like the Sony 24-105) does a great job. This shot was taken about 30 minutes after sunset at 51mm f4 1/125 sec and ISO 500:
  40. 3 points
    I have recently purchased the Sony 85mm f1.8 to use on my A7iii for portrait work and had the opportunity to try it out yesterday when we were in Bath celebrating my wife's 65th birthday. It was an overcast day but we found a suitable area and I used some fill flash to lifet her from the back ground. The eye focus is amazing and never missed a beat locking on very quickly. This is one of the images
  41. 3 points
    Iansky

    Loving the 24-105

    I have recently upgraded from the very good Sony Zeiss 24-170 f4 to the Sony 24-105 f4 ( got a very good trade in price on the 24-70) and I have to say I am delighted. The 24-105 gives me the extra reach I was looking for in a lens that is not too large or heavy and that delivers superb image quality. This will be my general "walkabout" lens and probably spend most of its time on the A7iii. I grabbed some B&W images yesterday as we set up for a re-enactment event this weekend.
  42. 3 points
    Iansky

    The Flying Scotsman

    Thank you all for the kind words, it was a very special day as my father-in-law (90yrs old) had never seen the train in real life so he was very happy and I have had a large print made for his birthday.......just hope he likes it.
  43. 3 points
    Up in the lakes for a bit. Waterhead, Ambleside Sony A7RIII FE 12 - 24 both handheld 1. Twilight at Waterhead 1 by singingsnapper, on Flickr 2. Twilight at Waterhead 2 by singingsnapper, on Flickr
  44. 3 points
    Iansky

    ILG03981-FrameShop_1.jpg

    From the album: Sony A7iii

    © ©571Photography

  45. 3 points
    They are both superb cameras and the A7iii is very much a "Mini A9". I do know that a lot of photographers shooting weddings with Sony are using both cameras with the A9 covering the silent shooting church element and the A7iii for flash needs. The shutter on the A9 is stated as a life in excess of 500,000 actuations but I cannot see anything quoted for the A7iii. Flash use with the A7iii with mechanical shutter still gives you 10fps (if the flash keeps up) but in the A9 with mechanical shutter it drops to 5fps (more than enough for most). I have shot both of my cameras at 12800ISO without issue and with very little noise that is easily reduced in LR so more than enough for low light shooting. Currently in the UK the A9 has a new price of £3400 so a big saving on original price and I am sure that when the A9ii launches in time for the Olympics, the A9 price will fall even more but suspect that will be much later this year so a case of balancing need over want. A difficult decision to make and I have recently added the A9 to my A7iii (traded in some unused Nikon F lenses and the Sony 70-300mm so ended up paying £2000 for the A9 after some serious saving) I do shoot a mix of subject matter to include airshows, car & bike racing as well as events so mix and match the cameras depending on speed of subject matter and both compliment each other very well - my images can be seen here if you are interested: http://571photography.blogspot.com/ The swans and signets as well as the re-enactment event were taken with the A7iii and the airshow/car& bike racing as well as much of the nature are with the A9. Both are superb cameras however if I had to choose just one it would be the A9. Apologies for the long winded response and good luck with the decision.
  46. 3 points
    Booted Racket-tail
  47. 3 points
    siuma

    MACRO Life

  48. 3 points
  49. 2 points
    Received my a7R4 from repair today. They said they ordered a part to fix my Slot 1 issue. Also, cleaned the sensor reset to factory defaults & a general wipe down cleaning of the camera. Tried the camera & all seems fine. It was a warranty repair, n/c.
  50. 2 points
    Nooo! You just added to the confusion! Please stop spreading this misconception. The fact that you happen to use FF-equivalence as a reference doesn't make it the Golden Standard. Look up the definition of focal length: sensor size has nothing to do with it. A 50mm lens is a 50mm lens, no matter what sensor you use. Some cheap cameras put the FF-equivalent focal length on the lens, which is just wrong and confusing. People who know how to work with equivalence don't need this false information, people who don't know how to use equivalence don't care. For example: On the RX0 it says it has a 24mm lens, which is bullocks: it has an 8mm lens and a 1"-type sensor. People who know how to use equivalency will know a 1"-sensor has a crop-factor of about 3, so the camera has the same field of view as a 24mm lens on a fullframe sensor.
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