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  1. Hi everyone, first time post and first time user of my new, old, a350. I’ve come across from a FujiFilm S2Pro and after being initially impressed with features and ease of use. I’m left feeling a little bit frustrated with the colour rendition from the lenses and numerous setting changes I’ve tried. I can’t seem to get the colours to pop, like my old Fuji. It’s perhaps that the Fuji was a Pro camera or just that i’m not setting the Sony up correctly. I’m hoping that this forum will help ease my my and hopefully give advice on settings that will help. Thanks.
  2. ray_c

    Trentham Falls

    From the album: Waterfalls of Australia

    The last waterfall we visited on the way back to Melbourne. feel free to check out my other works on : https://www.instagram.com/ray.chau/

    © raymond chau

  3. From the album: Waterfalls of Australia

    My take on the famous Hopetoun Falls in Otways National Park, Victoria. feel free to check out my other works on : https://www.instagram.com/ray.chau/

    © raymond chau

  4. From the album: Waterfalls of Australia

    The famous hopetoun falls in Australia, feel free to check out my other works on : https://www.instagram.com/ray.chau/

    © raymond chau

  5. From the album: A world through Sony

    © Alex Chubic

  6. Hey all, we got a little puppy this weekend as a visitor. Catch it by Tobias Zimmermann, auf Flickr
  7. This was taken at the end of January in a park near where we live.
  8. From the album: Lichtwerk.Photography

    Sony A99 + SAL 70200G Profoto B1 in the back and speedlight to the front.

    © ©2014 Ralf Trogemann

  9. From the album: Lichtwerk.Photography

    Sony A99 + SAL 70200G

    © ©2015 Ralf Trogemann

  10. ymnno

    Fly

    From the album: Some Surprising Result

  11. From the album: Nature

    Sony A7R + Sony 50mm f/2.8 macro + Adapter LAEA4 f/2.8 , ISO 200 , 1/200, 50mm

    © © Daniela Romanesi

  12. Green Turtle - New Caledonia NEX-7 + Sigma 19/2.8 + Meike waterproof case
  13. Greetings, I'm wondering if there's a (free) picture profile available for better skin tones and less green bias in video for the A7Rii? I'm looking for something to cut down the grading time in Premiere. It would be great to just be able to just throw a curve on and get a decent result. I've been using the EOSHD profiles on the FS5, don't know if their profile for the A7Rii also comes with set white balances... Thanks alot! Jogi
  14. Has anyone else ever experienced this issue on the Sony A7s? This is particularly evident when set to 120FPS as can be seen in the two screenshots below. I'm using my Canon 24-105mm lens with a Commlite EF - E mount smart adapter and this seems to happen in both Full Frame and APS-C :- http://s27.postimg.org/4n9j8wdur/IMG_9705.jpg http://s27.postimg.org/lp2dazspv/IMG_9706.jpg Is this something I'm doing wrong or is it a fault with the camera / adapter / lens? Any help would be hugely appreciated.
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