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December 31, 2015
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Great “Moonlit in Norway” A7sII video by Mario Marez

Mario Marez shared this beatiful Moonlit video on our SonyAlphaForum:

Finally got to test out the A7SII in Norway. I struggled going from stills to video the entire trip. Using the A7RII for stills and SII for footage. Just a short film documenting the workshop with Lofotentours.com. They did an amazing job, five stars!

A7sII store links: Amazon, B&H, Adorama, eBay

December 31, 2015
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Sony Tidbits…(Sony A7r II focus modes by Gary Friedman)


Sony A7r II focus modes by Gary Friedman

7 Tips and Tricks to Master the Sony a7R II (Explora).
New firmware feature request for all A7, a remedy for dust? (SonyAlphaForum)
Review of Zeiss Batis 25mm with full size sample shots at Pixelmania.
2015 ZeissImages Contest winner!

Elmar:I am a photographer and im using Sony cameras A7rII /7MII i love underwater photography as well as landscape, events, wedding people, sports, and more.
I thought maybe my work is interesting to see the result of the combo underwater, for me it is the best combination for underwater macro photography.
I m using the new underwater housing from Nauticam for the A7rII+Macro G OSS FE90mmF2,8, 2x Inon strobes,2x lights from Sola light & motion ports and on some of the pictures the SMC(super macro converter) from Nauticam.
I went on a trip to Bali in November on the link below you can enjoy some of the pictures.
http://www.blueworldpixel.com/#!macro-art/cml2

December 30, 2015
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New Commlite Nikon F autofocus adapter will cost $359 (international shipment included)

The seller of the Commlite Nikon F autofocus adapter for Sony E-mount contacted me and told me this: The adapter will cost $359 with international shipment cost included in the price.

Preorders will start on early January with first shipment by mid of January

December 30, 2015
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(SR3) Rumors about a new FE lens manufacturer…

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An anonymous source told me this:

Speaking to the guys in XXX (Editor’s note: removed name and location) yesterday, one of them said a new manufacturer is releasing lenses for FE mount next year, and its “not who’d you think”, i checked and he didnt mean voigtlander, but would tell me no more other than “price point a bit below Zeiss level”.

Not sure what company this could be. Let’s hope “below Zeiss level” also means that these lenses will be high quality just like Zeiss lenses.

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December 30, 2015
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Sony Tidbits…


Sony RX100 IV Real World Review

A7 + FE 35/1.4 + Japan (SonyAlphaForum).
Sigma lenses on the Sony A7r II: a personal and on-going round-up (Mirrorlessons).
Review of the A7R II on Dutch website Pixelmania.
Here is a quick look at the SLR Magic 50mm F1.1 E mount lens for sony FE at Alexk.com.

Sven:It’s not a rumor but a review I want to share: having used the RX1RII for a while now & I’m pretty stoked: http://blog.svenkraeuterphotography.com/2015/sony-rx1rii-review/
I know it’s not an alpha officially, but it’s a pro grade mirrorless & I know you kind of think the same ;-).
” Editor’s note: You are right :)

Pat: This holiday time lapse video made with the a7r2 was in the local news. http://kxan.com/2015/12/18/time-lapse-view-of-trail-of-lights/

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