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| p.61 #1 · A7/A7r - performance with WA RF lenses |
Lee Saxon wrote:
Hmm, Steve Huff says the focus peaking is great on the A7/r. Makten, have you used it on other cameras such as the A99 that you could compare it to?
Well, Huff says a lot of things that doesn't make sense. In this case I'm sure it depends on what lens is used. I never liked peaking on the NEX-5N either (never tried it on the RX1 because of AF). Not accurate enough and doesn't help at all in magnified view.
Spyro P. wrote:
Damn u Martin, that 40 is my favourite lens of all time...
you wouldnt happen to have a photo of the lens on the camera? (how it handles, how big it is with the adapter, easy reach to the rings and tab etc)
Martin Agfors shot some images of the camera with both the 40/2 and 35/1.2 on it, so perhaps I can make him post them here. The C is very, very small but handles well since the adapter puts it a bit out from the body. The tab is needed for focusing and works fine (you can't use the ring, it's far to narrow). Aperture is controlled at the front, and is easy to reach and work with.
Don't forget the 0.8 m MFD.