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Re: Sony A7 photo sample - share Sony A7 series photos here
« Reply #30 on: December 04, 2013, 12:09:43 PM »
Sold my Nikon D7100 & 18-300 today morning and ordered the Sony a7 with the kit lens (28-70mm) a few minutes ago ... will try to get the metabones EOS adapter when it becomes available. I had stopped buying sony products a very long time ago due to abandoned product lines ... hope they keep to their word this time and are committed to the FF mirrorless lens line up without any rude shocks.
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« Reply #31 on: December 07, 2013, 03:16:24 PM »
I ordered the a7 and a Novoflex adapter for my Nokton 58/1.4. I also preordered the Zeiss 24-70 zoom.

I'll play with the a7/Nokton combo over christmas. Let's see if I can get good results focusing at f/1.4.

Anyone has used the new Metabones smart adapter, the one supporting AF? I imagine it would be slower, but I'm interested to hear about accuracy.

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« Reply #32 on: December 08, 2013, 04:53:47 AM »
Just got the a7+kit lens (24-70) delivered to me ... camera feels good, so does the lens ... but I did not get to use it as the battery needs to be charged for 310 minutes (that's over 5 hours without being able to use the camera)>:(
Sony should have supplied a battery charger with this thing.
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Re: Sony A7 photo sample - share Sony A7 series photos here
« Reply #33 on: December 08, 2013, 08:31:11 AM »
Just got the a7+kit lens (24-70) delivered to me ... camera feels good, so does the lens ... but I did not get to use it as the battery needs to be charged for 310 minutes (that's over 5 hours without being able to use the camera)>:(
Sony should have supplied a battery charger with this thing.

There's no charger?  Do you have to charge the battery in the camera?
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« Reply #34 on: December 08, 2013, 12:05:02 PM »
Just got the a7+kit lens (24-70) delivered to me ... camera feels good, so does the lens ... but I did not get to use it as the battery needs to be charged for 310 minutes (that's over 5 hours without being able to use the camera)>:(
Sony should have supplied a battery charger with this thing.

There's no charger?  Do you have to charge the battery in the camera?
That is correct ... there is no charger provided with the purchase ... so I have to charge it in camera and it takes 310 minutes to charge each battery ... I am now charging my 2nd battery, will keep the 3rd battery for charging before I go to bed ... now that's almost 16 hours to charge 3 batteries and I cannot use the camera during that time. But Sony is releasing a charger for $50 (http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1008167-REG/sony_bctrw_w_series_battery_charger.html)

But I made a mistake, I did not realize that there is a third party battery charger, by Watson, for $20 that works with these batteries (http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/837444-REG/watson_c_4228_compact_ac_dc_charger_for.html) ... oh well  :'(
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« Reply #35 on: December 08, 2013, 12:09:32 PM »
Does anyone know how to change the focus point in a7? ... I read the 95 page manual provided with the camera but cannot find how to change the focus points. Also, the manual is probably written by a 2nd grade student, it is really that basic and bad ... it hardly feels like a manual fit for a camera of this price range. As I went through each page, my reaction was WTF!
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« Reply #36 on: December 08, 2013, 01:33:12 PM »
Does anyone know how to change the focus point in a7? ... I read the 95 page manual provided with the camera but cannot find how to change the focus points. Also, the manual is probably written by a 2nd grade student, it is really that basic and bad ... it hardly feels like a manual fit for a camera of this price range. As I went through each page, my reaction was WTF!
OK, I figured out how to do it ... a bit long winded, but it works. In doing so I found that the sides of the images are horribly soft ... I guess it might be the weakness of the kit lens ... but the center is stunningly sharp.
For those who are like me searching how to change focus points:
Hit "Fn" button, choose "Focus Area" and select "Flexible Spot M" ... then you can use the Control Wheel on the back of the camera to select the focus point.
If anyone knows a faster way, please do share. Thanks
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Re: Sony A7 photo sample - share Sony A7 series photos here
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« Reply #37 on: December 08, 2013, 02:36:05 PM »
Does anyone know how to change the focus point in a7? ... I read the 95 page manual provided with the camera but cannot find how to change the focus points. Also, the manual is probably written by a 2nd grade student, it is really that basic and bad ... it hardly feels like a manual fit for a camera of this price range. As I went through each page, my reaction was WTF!
OK, I figured out how to do it ... a bit long winded, but it works. In doing so I found that the sides of the images are horribly soft ... I guess it might be the weakness of the kit lens ... but the center is stunningly sharp.
For those who are like me searching how to change focus points:
Hit "Fn" button, choose "Focus Area" and select "Flexible Spot M" ... then you can use the Control Wheel on the back of the camera to select the focus point.
If anyone knows a faster way, please do share. Thanks

I hope your experience gets better from here.  We do a lot of complaining about Canon products around here, but this has been a little reminder that there a lot of things that Canon DOES do right.  Looking forward to seeing some of your images from the new kit.
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Re: Sony A7 photo sample - share Sony A7 series photos here
« Reply #38 on: December 08, 2013, 06:10:33 PM »
Just got the a7+kit lens (24-70) delivered to me ... camera feels good, so does the lens ... but I did not get to use it as the battery needs to be charged for 310 minutes (that's over 5 hours without being able to use the camera)>:(
Sony should have supplied a battery charger with this thing.

There's no charger?  Do you have to charge the battery in the camera?
That is correct ... there is no charger provided with the purchase ... so I have to charge it in camera and it takes 310 minutes to charge each battery ... I am now charging my 2nd battery, will keep the 3rd battery for charging before I go to bed ... now that's almost 16 hours to charge 3 batteries and I cannot use the camera during that time. But Sony is releasing a charger for $50 (http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1008167-REG/sony_bctrw_w_series_battery_charger.html)

But I made a mistake, I did not realize that there is a third party battery charger, by Watson, for $20 that works with these batteries (http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/837444-REG/watson_c_4228_compact_ac_dc_charger_for.html) ... oh well  :'(

If you need a charger now you also have the following options.
The charger is currently available Direct from Sony store.
The previous version of the Sony charger is still available from Best Buy.
 ttp://www.bestbuy.com/site/battery-charger/2702788.p?id=1218346635697&skuId=2702788&st=Sony%20charger&cp=1&lp=2#tab=specifications

I have the same version as the one at Best Buy in fact I bought it there because Sony wanted $79 for the old charge.

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Re: Sony A7 photo sample - share Sony A7 series photos here
« Reply #39 on: December 08, 2013, 06:33:06 PM »
Does anyone know how to change the focus point in a7? ... I read the 95 page manual provided with the camera but cannot find how to change the focus points. Also, the manual is probably written by a 2nd grade student, it is really that basic and bad ... it hardly feels like a manual fit for a camera of this price range. As I went through each page, my reaction was WTF!
OK, I figured out how to do it ... a bit long winded, but it works. In doing so I found that the sides of the images are horribly soft ... I guess it might be the weakness of the kit lens ... but the center is stunningly sharp.
For those who are like me searching how to change focus points:
Hit "Fn" button, choose "Focus Area" and select "Flexible Spot M" ... then you can use the Control Wheel on the back of the camera to select the focus point.
If anyone knows a faster way, please do share. Thanks

Hit the "ok" button, select the AF with "wheel" button, hit "ok" again.

Face and eye AF detection work really good with portrait. Very easy to compose the shot.
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« Reply #40 on: December 08, 2013, 11:25:22 PM »
Does anyone know how to change the focus point in a7? ... I read the 95 page manual provided with the camera but cannot find how to change the focus points. Also, the manual is probably written by a 2nd grade student, it is really that basic and bad ... it hardly feels like a manual fit for a camera of this price range. As I went through each page, my reaction was WTF!
OK, I figured out how to do it ... a bit long winded, but it works. In doing so I found that the sides of the images are horribly soft ... I guess it might be the weakness of the kit lens ... but the center is stunningly sharp.
For those who are like me searching how to change focus points:
Hit "Fn" button, choose "Focus Area" and select "Flexible Spot M" ... then you can use the Control Wheel on the back of the camera to select the focus point.
If anyone knows a faster way, please do share. Thanks

I hope your experience gets better from here.  We do a lot of complaining about Canon products around here, but this has been a little reminder that there a lot of things that Canon DOES do right.  Looking forward to seeing some of your images from the new kit.
I hope so too ... but I do like the full frame awesomeness of the a7, I guess its just the cheap kit lens that is not able to take full of advantage of this glorious full frame sensor. I'm sure better lenses will deliver excellent results ... I'll post a couple of (lame) photos I made while testing the camera a few minutes ago.
Very true, some people complain about Canon without having used camera gear from other manufacturers ... I've been using Canon & Nikon for many years and currently I use a Canon 5D3, EOS-M, G1X, Nikon D610 & this Sony a7 cameras ... in my limited experience, for me, Canon has the best and easy menu system and they provide stuff that really matters. Take for example, the lens hood which Canon does not provide with non-L lenses, lots of people crib about it ... but look at the stuff that the other manufacturers do not provide ... Nikon does not provide any software worth talking about and their their QC lately has been horrendous and Sony menu system is nothing much to talk about and they keep changing their mind about what they want to implement in their gear almost every year and leave their customers in the lurch and now this really stupid decision not to include a batter charger ... so none of the camera manufacturers are perfect ... I guess we just need to use what we have and work around gear limitations .... but over all I prefer Canon eco system ... its like Apple - everything just works.
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« Reply #41 on: December 08, 2013, 11:29:03 PM »
Just got the a7+kit lens (24-70) delivered to me ... camera feels good, so does the lens ... but I did not get to use it as the battery needs to be charged for 310 minutes (that's over 5 hours without being able to use the camera)>:(
Sony should have supplied a battery charger with this thing.

There's no charger?  Do you have to charge the battery in the camera?
That is correct ... there is no charger provided with the purchase ... so I have to charge it in camera and it takes 310 minutes to charge each battery ... I am now charging my 2nd battery, will keep the 3rd battery for charging before I go to bed ... now that's almost 16 hours to charge 3 batteries and I cannot use the camera during that time. But Sony is releasing a charger for $50 (http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1008167-REG/sony_bctrw_w_series_battery_charger.html)

But I made a mistake, I did not realize that there is a third party battery charger, by Watson, for $20 that works with these batteries (http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/837444-REG/watson_c_4228_compact_ac_dc_charger_for.html) ... oh well  :'(

If you need a charger now you also have the following options.
The charger is currently available Direct from Sony store.
The previous version of the Sony charger is still available from Best Buy.
 ttp://www.bestbuy.com/site/battery-charger/2702788.p?id=1218346635697&skuId=2702788&st=Sony%20charger&cp=1&lp=2#tab=specifications

I have the same version as the one at Best Buy in fact I bought it there because Sony wanted $79 for the old charge.
Thanks ... I made a mistake in not getting the charger ... now its a bit too later to order online as it may not reach before my vacation ... so, I'll try and see if the local Sony store has it or spend almost twice as much in Australia for this stupid f#@$ing charger, which Sony should have included with the purchase   >:( :'(
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« Reply #42 on: December 09, 2013, 03:23:30 AM »
I ordered the charger from a brand called Lemix - I'll let you guys know.

BTW, the Sony kit lens has been widely reported as terrible and subpar. If you want to really enjoy the sensor you have to get the Zeiss 35/2.8 or adapt something from Canon/Nikon/Leica etc...

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« Reply #43 on: December 09, 2013, 04:24:39 AM »
BTW, the Sony kit lens has been widely reported as terrible and subpar. If you want to really enjoy the sensor you have to get the Zeiss 35/2.8 or adapt something from Canon/Nikon/Leica etc...
True, it is sharp only in the center ... gets progressively worse as you go off center and plain miserable anywhere near the corner. I'm waiting to pick up the ZEIS 24-70 f/4 version.
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« Reply #44 on: December 09, 2013, 05:29:35 AM »
Does anyone know how to change the focus point in a7? ... I read the 95 page manual provided with the camera but cannot find how to change the focus points. Also, the manual is probably written by a 2nd grade student, it is really that basic and bad ... it hardly feels like a manual fit for a camera of this price range. As I went through each page, my reaction was WTF!
OK, I figured out how to do it ... a bit long winded, but it works. In doing so I found that the sides of the images are horribly soft ... I guess it might be the weakness of the kit lens ... but the center is stunningly sharp.
For those who are like me searching how to change focus points:
Hit "Fn" button, choose "Focus Area" and select "Flexible Spot M" ... then you can use the Control Wheel on the back of the camera to select the focus point.
If anyone knows a faster way, please do share. Thanks

I hope your experience gets better from here.  We do a lot of complaining about Canon products around here, but this has been a little reminder that there a lot of things that Canon DOES do right.  Looking forward to seeing some of your images from the new kit.
I hope so too ... but I do like the full frame awesomeness of the a7, I guess its just the cheap kit lens that is not able to take full of advantage of this glorious full frame sensor. I'm sure better lenses will deliver excellent results ... I'll post a couple of (lame) photos I made while testing the camera a few minutes ago.
Very true, some people complain about Canon without having used camera gear from other manufacturers ... I've been using Canon & Nikon for many years and currently I use a Canon 5D3, EOS-M, G1X, Nikon D610 & this Sony a7 cameras ... in my limited experience, for me, Canon has the best and easy menu system and they provide stuff that really matters. Take for example, the lens hood which Canon does not provide with non-L lenses, lots of people crib about it ... but look at the stuff that the other manufacturers do not provide ... Nikon does not provide any software worth talking about and their their QC lately has been horrendous and Sony menu system is nothing much to talk about and they keep changing their mind about what they want to implement in their gear almost every year and leave their customers in the lurch and now this really stupid decision not to include a batter charger ... so none of the camera manufacturers are perfect ... I guess we just need to use what we have and work around gear limitations .... but over all I prefer Canon eco system ... its like Apple - everything just works.
As promised, here are a couple of lame photos (there is a small dust storm outside) and the only photos I could manage were these.
Note: the first image of the Red Car is taken through a dirty double glassed window (the second image shows the double glassed window). Both images are straight out of the camera (the first one is cropped heavily and at 70mm f/6.3, 1/60sec, ISO 100) ... second one is just to show the dirtily double glassed window (straight out of the camera and at 28mm, f/5.6, 1/200sec, ISO 100). Both images taken out of my office window. After having tried at least 2 dozen shots, I finally got the passing red car image at least in focus ... all the rest of them were much worse ... but I can get at least 70% success ratio with my Canon G1X even at 1/40sec (with all the rest of the settings being same as the Sony a7) ... I'm pretty sure it is the 28-70 kit lens which is the bottle neck for this camera.
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