What a bias A7/r review using third party lens!

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SQLGuy
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Re: What a bias A7/r review using third party lens!
In reply to SQLGuy, 9 months ago

SQLGuy wrote:

By the way, being a low light, high ISO shot, this loses some detail to noise and noise reduction. However, focus peaking was still useful, as it was for other low light shots done with this lens, wide open, and the A7.

This evening I can take a low ISO shot wide open to give you a better idea of how much sharpness is available from this old lens at max aperture.

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A7 with kit lens and a number of legacy lenses (mostly Canon FD)

Here's a shot from the same lens, wide open, but at base ISO. It's still hand-held, but I was resting on the counter and focused pretty carefully on the center of the label. There's probably still a bit of misfocus, though... DOF is very thin here. (SOOC at whatever quality you get from RAW+JPG)

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A7 with kit lens and a number of legacy lenses (mostly Canon FD)

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