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  1. Is there a way to set bracketing so that I take one exposure at the metered setting then the remaining e postures at negative stops only? I could could only bracket plus and minus exposures around the correct metered exposure.
  2. I 've just received my LA-EA3 lens adaptor and tested my long waited Sigma A mount lenses but I 've been having trouble with the focusing. Sigma 35mm f1.4 Art works perfectly with both phase detection mode and contrast AF mode. Sigma 50mm f1.4 Art cannot focus at all, it jumps between closest focal point and 4 feet. Sigma 70-200mm f2.8 DG seems to be able to set a focal point but is out of focus. Does anyone has any of the problems? What would be the problem? The lenses or the camera? Would a firmware update on the camera or the lens fix those issues? Please help!~
  3. Still loving my A7R2.... just finished a surfing trip to Maldives aboard a boat for 10 days... we were parked a fair distance from the surf break and longest lens I had was my FE 4/70-200 G OSS. While I got some OK shots I could crop into... nothing was close enough. I borrowed our surf guide's Tamron SP 150-600mm F/5-6.3 Di VC USD G2 A022 with Canon mount and used it on my Metabones EF-E mount....... even at 600mm there was still a lot of wasted real estate in the pixels, and although I used a monopod to carry the weight, it was very hard to stop even tiniest movements on a rocking boat... but still managed to get some magic for my mates when I wasn't surfing. Original frame reduced to 10% size, and then crop into 1:1 frame to 1800x1200px. 1/800th sec, f11, auto ISO 800, manual focus trying to lock into the distant area for faster shooting (although automatic focus still worked) Probably should have stayed at at least 1000th sec. Very happy I got some useable closer shots.... older blokes can still have a lot of fun!
  4. Hi, I know this might be a bit controversial, but I thought I'd share my my experiences of geo-tagging with the A7Rii. Ever since the release of the first DLSRs I've always wanted a 35mm Full Frame sized detector. I've just traded my Pentax kit in for a Sony A7Rii; I was looking at the A7Riii, but felt I couldn't justify the extra expense. The one thing that the Pentax body had was a built in GPS receiver that wasn't too heavy on the battery and always locked on to a signal pretty quick. It was excellent for geo-tagging photographs. I was a bit disappointed that Sony cameras didn't have built in GPS, but realised that there was a way round it. (1) I started by using 'PlayMemories Mobile' on my Smart Phone and 'PlayMemories Home' on my MAC. This I found was using the Smart Phone as a remote. I found that a GPS log was recorded on the SD card in the camera and when the photographs where imported onto the MAC using 'PlayMemories Home' that the GPS data was saved in the Photographs metadata. Even though the Smart Phone was acting as a remote I could still use the camera for taking photographs. The disadvantage Geo-tagging this way was that the Camera view finder is disabled and the only option is to frae the subject using the rear view screen. (2). I have already been using an app on the MAC called 'GPX Photo Tagger'. This allows photographs to be loaded, together with a captured GPX log, and providing the times and dates from the log match the times and dates on the photographs the photographs can be saved with the location data in the metafile. I found an app called 'GPS Tracker' to track me when I'm out and it can export a GPX file I can use. This isn't as neat and the first option, but at least I can use the camera view finder. (3) The third option I haven't tried yet is to use some apps called 'GPS4CAM' for the MAC and 'GPS4CAM Pro' for the Smart Phone. This is basically the same the second option above, but involves taking a photographs of a bar code to match the photographs. I haven't looked too deeply into this as an option but the development of the desktop app has stopped and the next update to the MAC OS won't support 32-bit apps, only 64-bit, and I'm not sure which the desktop version is. I don't want to waste time if in a few months I can't use it. All in all, I think the first option is the preferred route if I could use the camera view finder. Failing that the second option is the route I'm using until something better comes along. Steve.
  5. Since i bought my camera, i am having a strange problem. I have 3 batteries, all full. When i begin to have a photo session, batteries suddenly dried out and giving ‘’battery exhausted’’ error. And I have to recharge batteries. It is random and when it happens it will make the same error with the spare batteries after few shots.. camera has been in service but they couldnt detect the problem. Any body can help?
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    From the album: Trees

    white poplars in the "caldaren" natural park - Gualtieri - Po Valley

    © andrea landini

  7. alandini

    trees3

    From the album: Trees

    white poplars in the "caldaren" natural park - Gualtieri - Po Valley

    © andrea landini

  8. alandini

    trees2

    From the album: Trees

    white poplars in the "caldaren" natural park - Gualtieri - Po Valley

    © andrea landini

  9. alandini

    trees1

    From the album: Trees

    white poplars in the "caldaren" natural park - Gualtieri - Po Valley

    © andrea landini

  10. From the album: HDR photos

    I create this HDR with Aurora HDR 2017 5 brackets SONY A7R II with Canon 17-55 L4 My site: https://www.olegsadovyi.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/midfielder_/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SAD0VYI.OLEG
  11. Hi All, I usually shoot product in a studio with Bowens strobes and xrite color checker profiles, for my wife's shoe company, habbotstudios.com. I usually have excellent colour reproduction with this workflow. I am looking to take my photography out of the studio into mixed light conditions and have a question about white balance variations. I have attached three simple test shots, low res, identically framed and with the same camera settings. I was wondering why they were rendered by the camera with distinctly different colours. The middle of the three shots is clearly more green. I took the shots in continuous shooting : low, because, I will be shooting a model under constant light and will want to shoot at a fast frame rate to capture small changes in her stance. Settings were 1/50 f5.6 ISO 10000 White Balance 3800K M2 (set via a white balance custom test shot) Shot on a sony a7rii with an FE 2.8/24-70 GM lens. I realise that shooting RAW I can play with color in post, but I would like to start with consistency in my color use in camera. Thanks for any help. It is much appreciated. Dan Abbott
  12. Some shots from the mall, no additional light gear, only Sony a7rII + Leica Summilux 50mm f/1.4 ASPH. Gaming zone in the mall: Games by Ilya Artemiev, on Flickr Games by Ilya Artemiev, on Flickr At the food court: Foodcourt by Ilya Artemiev, on Flickr
  13. The 55mm Zeiss on a7rii keep blowing my mind - such a great combo. It was my first FE lens and the one I use the most.
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