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  1. Sony Alpha33 + Sigma 10-20
  2. SvH

    UAZ Hunter

    Sony 7RM4 + FE 24-105 1/60 сек f / 16 ISO 100
  3. Hi from South Africa. I am a wildlife and surfing photographer, based in the coastal town of Ballito. (Upper east coast of South Africa). My wife and I were both formerly Canon shooters for 19 years, but we switched to Sony equipment in 2017. My wife specialises in video ( Sony HXR-NX 80), and up to now I have specialised in stills, but that is now changing with the delivery of my SonyA7Siii today! Woopwoopwoop!.😝 In 2017 the Sony A9i just blew me away with it's focus acquisition/tracking, and it's general performance, including its lightness, and comparative cost against my old Canon kit (1DX MKii / 5D MKiv / 7D MKii, and 200mm-400mm f4, and other white lenses) It was Sony vs Canon , and the performance of the Sony A9i / Sony 70mm-200mm f2.8 GM +2xTC just blew me away. I confirmed totally, that it was a major inflection point in the world of modern photography.😲 The big test came on the Zambezi River (Namibian side), documenting the 2017 breeding season of the erratic-flying Carmine Bee-eaters. On our return to SA, I immediately sent all my Canon equipment to our main photographic dealer, with whom we have dealt for many years, and I replaced all my Canon gear with a second A9i body, 100mm-400mm GM , 24mm-70mm f2.8 GM,... But since those days, I have grown incrementally with all the Full Frame Alpha bodies to my present A9ii, A7Riv and, as from today, the A7Siii. I have just traded in my magnificent Sony 400mm f2.8 GM . *I have never been a great fan of long primes, and prefer the versatility of decent long zooms as they provide me with far more versatility for my kind of work, which is in the wilderness areas of sub-Saharan Africa, where we don't know what to expect around the next bush. 😉 My "go-to" rigs are 100mm-400mm GM +1.4xTC (Always), 200mm-600mm G, on a Gimpro Gear - double Pano Head (One for stills, and one for video) , on a Monopod, and next to me, for wider shots, either the16mm-35mm f2.8 GM / 24mm-70mm f2.8 GM / 70mm-200mm f2.8 GM. This is my first post on this forum Sony A7Riv / Sony 400mm f2.8 + 2x TC Location: Okavango Delta (Botswana)
  4. Taken with Nex-C3 and 16-50 kit lens f/6.3 1/250 ISO200 HDR processing
  5. Hi, many forums and the "pros" once were certain that the star eater issue makes the Sony A7 Series unusable for astrophotography but I always had good results with my Sony A7rII. So I recently went ahead and had it astromodified. The thick IR-Block Filterglas was replaced with a thin Baader substitute that lets IR Light down to the h-alpha line and the sII line through to the sensor with high transmission. The results can be seen in detail on my google drive link here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SrdJ7tJbEUwN5KcbXsfpKaesq8KltzmY/view?usp=sharing I could write a lot of things that make the A7rII not the perfect camera for astro but suffice to say, it is still bloody capable. Cheers and CS, Ben - Instagram - AstroBin Technical stuff: Acquisition: Imaging telescope or lens : Meade SN-8 Imaging camera : Sony a7rII astro modified Focal reducer : TeleVue ParaCorr PLU1106 Filter : STC Cyclops Optics STC Astro Duo-Narrowband Filter Dates : May 28, 2020 Frames : STC Cyclops Optics STC Astro Duo-Narrowband Filter : 39x300" ISO640 Integration : 3.2 hours Darks : ~50 Flats : ~50 Avg. Moon age : 5.67 days Avg. Moon phase : 32.16% Bortle Dark-Sky Scale : 8.00 Processing was done with Adobe Lightroom Classic CC, Aries Productions Astro Pixel Processor APP and Adobe Photoship CC 2018. Stacked with sigma kappa clipping 3/1. Light pollution could not be removed automatically in A.P.P. and had to be done manually in Lightroom with local adjustments and a lot of fiddling. Both images have reduced star sizes with a minimum filter applied to masked stars. The masked stars color’s were also tweaked in order to bring them close to the feel of a normal broadband rgb distribution with colors between either aqua and blue or yellow and orange. I did however not manage to create a mask that includes the faintest and smallest of stars. If you look closely you see how the star colors are a little off, the smaller the stars get
  6. From the album: animalsbybarry

    Green Heron feeding fledglings A7RIV with 200-600 at about 300mm focal length.

    © Barry Levin

  7. Aaron Duke Colorado Springs, CO, USA Sony a7R III Sony FE 16-35mm F2.8 GM 1/320 sec, f/7.1, ISO 100
  8. Praying Mantises Sony A9 + 90mm f2.8 macro SOOC #sonyalphagallery

    © Rafael Otero Jr

  9. Rhossili Beach has been named one of the top 10 beaches in the world. It is popular with surfers, and there is also a causeway across to Worm's Head that can be crossed at low tide. Having one of the widest tidal ranges in the world, though, you have to rime it right. The Helvetia was wrecked in the 19th Century, and makes a striking subject. I checked the forecast, the tides and the sunset time and headed down as it looked like I might get all into line... #sonyalphagallery

    © Paul Potts

  10. Took a short trip to the local beach... Sony A7R3 FE 12 - 24

    © Paul Potts

  11. I met this person while talking a short walk in the Hindu Kush, above a town called Jangalak in the Panjshir Valley.

    © Michael Jardine

  12. Sensorio Field Of Light - Passo Robles CA - Sony A7RIII & Sony G 24-105 Lens 10 sec exp F8 ISO 400

    © rbakerphoto2019

  13. Morning at Morro Bay - Shot with Sony A7RIII and 24-105 Sony G Lens @ 25 MM i/160 Sec F11, ISO 100

    © rbakerphoto2019

  14. Taken with Sony A7RIII and Loxia 35 f/2. I chose a time to go up The Shard when I knew I would be up there for sunset and twilight. The problem is many reflections to fight against and also people sitting in an area with nominal bar across the window. A good evening for it though...Handheld as no tripods are allowed
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