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  1. From the album: Rokkor 50 1.4 on Sony a6000

    Took a shot of this silk tree, what we southerners call mimosa, outside my mother-in-law's house with my Minolta Rokkor 50mm 1.4 on a Sony a6000.
  2. From the album: Rokkor 50 1.4 on Sony a6000

    Shot this guy like 15 minutes after buying a cheap Minolta 1:1 extension tube from our local camera shop for $10. Added it to my 50 1.4 Rokkor and a6000 and found this guy behind the building. Right place, right time. Shot handheld.
  3. Finally got a chance to bring outside the Sony GM 85 1.4 for some portraits in natural light. Coupled it to Sony a7ii, Eye-AF works almost fine although only in AF-S mode, however can't wait for the Sony A7iii to be released and hop on a A7r2 Summer Wind Was Always Our Song by Stefano Dessi, su Flickr In the Shade by Stefano Dessi, su Flickr Tell Me by Stefano Dessi, su Flickr All photos processed on C1
  4. For the last weeks i have been shooting a lot with the new Sigma MC11 Adapter. Here are my latest results using the Sigma 24mm 1.4 ART + Sony A7II! http://www.dsphotoblog.com/?p=1925
  5. This is just fun speculation, not based on any evidence, but . . . What if Sony and Zeiss colluded to delay widespread release of the Batis 85mm until the G-Master 85 was announced? There's some logic behind this. Sony and Zeiss enjoy a partnership where what's good for one is also good for the other, so: 1. If Sony decided to pull the trigger on the GM 85 lens after Zeiss had already announced the Batis, Sony could rightfully fear that the in the interval between the release of the Batis and the release of the GM 85, everybody who wanted an 85mm lens would have purchased the Bati
  6. In Part II of my Review for the Sony A7II Firmware 2.0 Update i´m comparing 3 affordable autofocus adapters Canon to Sony E-Mount. The contenders: Commlite Viltrox Fotga I´m also taking a quick look on the uncompressed RAW feature which is now available on the Sony A7II. Get some popcorn and beer and watch my video! http://www.dsphotoblog.com/?p=390
  7. first try with the 85mm gmaster Dionisis Partheniadis Photography
  8. very good lens for Black and White Dionisis Partheniadis Photography
  9. Just received my Sony 50mm 1.4 and brought it with me to a recent shoot for a jewelry fabricator. I was really pleased with the lens, bokeh was sweet, focus was fairly responsive and the colors/contrast was very good. It was a challenging day, heavy heavy rains, a tornado alert during the shoot, then followed by flood warnings. Nonetheless, the team carried on and I decided the lens earned a permanent spot in my gear bag! Glad I bought it.
  10. Got my new lens yesterday the Sigma 24mm 1.4 Art Canon Mount and the commlite adapter. The sharpness allready at 1.4 is razer sharp, quite heavy but its a great match for the A7II and i think it would be also great on the A7rII, IQ is fantastic through the entire focus-range! The sigma is a great deal it costs only about 700€ and its fast 1.4 with 24mm its very versetail so you can use it not only for landscapes but also very good on portraits. The IQ is amazing with the A7II and of course it gets stabilized. Only drawback with my commlite adapter autofocus is not working, and
  11. (MODERATORS: I noticed the legacy lens part of the forum too late, if you think this should go there, by all means, move it. It probably does fit there best.) I worked as a professional sports photographer for years, blindly shooting away with a Canon and not truly appreciating photography. I got a promotion and was no longer required to shoot, so I sold my gear. After a few years I got the itch again, but there were stipulations: No. 1 — No backaches. I wanted to go light. No. 2 — I wanted to shoot on a budget (I've added kids and other expenses). No. 3 — I wanted to have fun.
  12. Heres a testvideo i shot yesterday with the amazing Sigma 24mm 1.4 + Sony A7II, very sharp also on video! Moire is better controlled then i thought with this lens on the a7II
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