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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Korea May 28, 2017
    Parking everywhere...And sort slideshow.//vimeo.com/219253823Statistics: Posted by ValeryD — Sun May 28, 2017 2:34 pm
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Korea May 28, 2017
    I like these crossroads of Seoul. You can cross the street and diagonally. ...Very tasty bun. Statistics: Posted by ValeryD — Sun May 28, 2017 2:32 pm
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Korea May 28, 2017
    Sury thank you!Deep night sale. Delivery - korean kamikadze. No rules for this guys. Can cross the street in any direction and any light signal Statistics: Posted by ValeryD — Sun May 28, 2017 2:13 pm
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Korea May 28, 2017
    Excellent collection Valery. Given recent Saber rattling, and ruckus, these photos show the life in different light. SuryStatistics: Posted by sury — Sun May 28, 2017 10:42 am
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  • Give it Your Best Shot • Re: Korea May 27, 2017
    View from the window in my son apartment. The faraway mountain on the right - It's North Korea. but South Korea it's not only DMZ. Very beautiful country.Election in Korea - Dances, singing, performance ...Mobile circus tent on wheels. Just a street.Statistics: Posted by ValeryD — Sat May 27, 2017 11:34 am
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Sony 28-75mm f/2.8 SAM on mirrorless FF

With the 24-70mm f/2.8 new Sony GM FE lens selling for £1799 (UK) and the A-mount version two 24-70mm f/2.8 for a full £100 more, the cost of a basic mid-range zoom to use with a camera like the A7RII remains very high. There are good arguments to be happy with the 24-70mm f/4 . . . → Read More: Sony 28-75mm f/2.8 SAM on mirrorless FF

Sony A7R II review by David Kilpatrick

Sony’s A7R II has a unique position in the mirrorless ILC world, creating the largest image files at over 42 megapixels from an in-body five axis stabilised sensor with exceptional performance given by backside illuminated CMOS.

My reviews in print of the Sony A7R II have now appeared, in the British Journal of Photography, . . . → Read More: Sony A7R II review by David Kilpatrick

Low-cost macro for the A7 series

It’s been a while since my last review of Sony products here, and not because I have been inactive. The truth is that I’ve spent so much on Sony kit 24/7 working has been necessary, including a good few reviews and tests of the A7RII and lenses appearing elsewhere. It’s a real issue, I now . . . → Read More: Low-cost macro for the A7 series

A7RII versus Pentax 645Z

At a workshop given by John Denton for The Flash Centre, with Elinchrom lighting and Pentax 645Z demonstration. model Laura posed for a comparison pair of shots using the Pentax with 90mm macro lens and the A7RII equipped I regret to say with a much inferior lens, the basic 28-70mm.

To compare the quality bear . . . → Read More: A7RII versus Pentax 645Z

A7R II – universal solution, lens challenge

I’m under pressure to take endless pictures with the A7R II which arrived from WEX (Warehouse Express) on Thursday superbly packed. I am also finishing off f2 Freelance Photographer magazine to go to print over the weekend and have many hours of work to do – and despite having the camera, I won’t be removing . . . → Read More: A7R II – universal solution, lens challenge

Sony A7R II, RX10 II, RX100 IV – making everything else obsolete

(Updated June 15th after press conference)

The new Sony A7R II is the camera I’ve been waiting for, which everyone has predicted, and which seems to tick every box without having a huge price label on its own. I find the $3,200 (UK coinfirmed £2,600) matches its stated specifications well. Others may disagree, but . . . → Read More: Sony A7R II, RX10 II, RX100 IV – making everything else obsolete