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|Metal Guru||11:34am on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010|
|Maxxum 7d Not too many of these cameras left out there for sale. It was the digital version of the Maxxum 7 film camera. Astounding ergonomics and control... If you want every control at your fingertips, this is the camera for you... The Anti-shake really do work..|
|ZenWarrior||9:39pm on Sunday, October 17th, 2010|
|I got one of these after going digital with the Sony A700 and to keep my film Dynax7 company and fill my Minolta collection. Surprisingly . I picked up one of the last ones as KM transitioned over to Sony. I have been through three 7D in18 months. I would say none of them manged more than 7000 shots. Its a pity the build quality was not up to the job.|
|econom||1:19am on Tuesday, September 21st, 2010|
|The 7D is the most under rated camera on the ... Anti-Shake, Ergonomics, Image Quality, Viewfinder, Metal Body, Lens Price, Lens Availability None.|
|emanuele.gissi||8:15pm on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010|
|Nice camera It does what you pay for...I switch to Canon, better performance, but alot more expensive...kept my Minolta as a backup camera|
|mathisdt||8:11am on Thursday, July 8th, 2010|
|New Egg & Fedex I ordered it just before noon on Thursday and had it Friday afternoon ; The Camera so far lives up to every review I have read. I am so glad I made the decision to purchase this digital camera. It has all the features I wanted and so much more.|
|nono||4:26am on Thursday, May 13th, 2010|
|A fine camera good for any type of photographer. Enough for a pro and plenty for a beginner but not too overwhelming. Excellent images http://gallery. When it first selling in Hong Kong, I bought it at an expensive price. Then, I discover that there are a lot of problems with this camera. 1.|
|mehmet||7:37am on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010|
|The anti-shake system is a nice feature; no doubt about it. However, if you are worried about the effects of shaking, and on a limited budget.|
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ince our last edition in October the only significant news from Sony has been the arrival of the Carl Zeiss 85mm f1.4 and 135mm 1.8 lenses, which are also fully compatible with all Minolta AF, Maxxum, Dynax, Alpha and Konica Minolta film and digital SLRs from the last 21 years. Unlike many digital products hitting the stores, these two lenses are attracting diehard film enthusiasts. The 135mm 1.8 is the truly new choice, as we have had 85mm 1.4 available in non-Zeiss glass for two decades. So, in this issue we have a superb photo essay from an early 135mm 1.8 buyer admittedly a digital convert which says more than any our own reviews could. We dont have the access to such fantastic subjects! And there really is no more news. Theres no new Sony camera yet, no new system announcements like accessories or lenses. But as we go to press PMA 2007 (the big US Photo Marketing Association trade show) is a month away, and everyone expects Sony Alpha system news right at the beginning of March. Watch our websites for info! Each magazine issue will be placed on our websites in PDF form, so if you lose a copy yourself, its easy to acquire a printable version by downloading. The Autumn 2006 edition is now downloadable from www.photoclubalpha.com. David & Shirley Kilpatrick CONTENTS Cover Crummock Water by Neil Paskin Dynax 7D, 17-35mm 17 Sony Alpha System and Support Adobe Photoshop CS3 and new Camera Raw features beta tested by David Kilpatrick The Carl Zeiss 138mm 1.8 AF lens an Indian sourjourn with superb portraiture from Wietse Jongsma Gallery: photographs by Photoworld Club members Travel Gary Friedman, author of the best-selling ebooks about the digital Dimage and Dynax systems, shows us why Cuba is a fantastic destination for photographers Portfolio Neil Paskin, Seeing the Light in a Cumbrian winter Minolta Product Offers QUEST Photographic Workshops 2006/7 and Duncan McEwans 2007 events and activities Equipment Review chicken about Kiev? Should you risk Russian lenses and adaptors purchased from the Ukraine? They really do arrive, fast, but functionality is another matter Lens Hire Service
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Can we beat DSLR ash gremlins?
f you have invested in a brand new Sony Alpha 100, or indeed a Dynax 7D or 5D, dont expect to just ip the ash up in any mode or slide in a D-compatible ash and get perfect exposures every time. The digital SLRs rely on a pre-ash metering burst (only possible with the 2500 (D), 3600HS (D), 5600HS (D) and Macro Flash 2400) for TTL metering carried out in the prism, not at the lm plane. The metering is adjusted by lens information from ADI (D) or non-ADI earlier lenses, with interaction from the cameras various programs. Its not unusual to mount a ash, set everything correctly, and be confronted with two stops of overexposure no matter what you adjust (short of setting -2 ash compensation). Extensive tests by owners over the last few months have proved that ash exposure will be changed substantially depending on whether you set multi-segment metering, centre weighted or spot. It will be changed by certain lenses, and the 18-70mm kit lens is picked out as a culprit for causing underexposure especially at longer focal lengths. Images taken under identical conditions with the 24-105mm and the 18-70mm, at the same focal length, may be
Owners of early but reliable Minolta wireless ash models regret their incompatibility with digital bodies. But new ash can fail to deliver too.
over a stop different in exposure. With the shoe mounted 5600HS (D), manually setting the ash to its wide-angle coverage (disabling auto zooming) is claimed by some users to cure the problem. It seems apparent that focal length information and ash power adjustment to compensate for zoom dont work reliably. Before relying on ash whether
built-in or mounted you should make some tests with all the lenses and bodies you expect to use, and note whether you get serious overexposure, or lens-dependent underexposure. Try changing metering mode (multi-segment to centre weighted dont use spot) and experiment with the camera set to M, manual exposure, at a sensible aperture. For
bounce ash indoors even with the 5600 remember you should not stop the lens down further than 5.6 and you should use ISO 400, not 100. Older guns like the 5400HS or the 5200i are not compatible with digital TTL. They can only be used on full power, or with the 7D (thanks to extra menu items) on fractional powers. Set the camera to manual before experimenting with power settings on any older Dynax-mount ash, including independent makes. Some control may be possible. Flash units with thyristor cells on the ash are useful with digital bodies and may even be a better choice; they have no pre-ash to delay the shot or cause blinking, and they expose perfectly. We have briey tested the Metz 54-MZ 4i Digital with M7 version shoe adapter the latest and it works perfectly using its Auto (A) thyristor sensor, even accepting ash compensation commands from the camera. But it failed on our Alpha 100 to expose correctly in TTL Pre-Flash or ADI modes. In the next issue, I will report on the outcome of troubleshooting this, and look at the two Sigma dedicated ash units, KM/Minolta and Sony options. DK
Photoshop CS3s raw benets: the upgrade to Bridge & ACR
or many readers this short review will be irrelevant, because Adobe Photoshop in its full version is extremely expensive possibly more than your digital camera, if you own one and its aimed at professional users. However, the part we are reviewing is also present in Adobe Lightroom 4, which at the time of writing remains an entirely free downloadable program for Mac and Windows users. Photoshops Adobe Camera Raw module (ACR) in the forthcoming CS3 has been revised to include all the subtle controls already present in Lightroom. If you already have Photoshop CS2, you can download a beta version of CS3 including Bridge, Camera Raw and Photoshop, and activate this for two computers after providing your CS2 serial number to Adobe on-line. The computers do not have to be the ones you have already activated CS2 on. The Adobe program suite only allows two computer installations. We have four computers. The beta test CS3, to our surprise, could be installed and run on one of the no Photoshop possible machines. Effectively Adobe had given us free installations of the free beta program. Lightroom can, of course, be installed freely on as many machines as you like. I nd the tabbed interface for image adjustments in CS3 Camera Raw far easier to get on with than Lightroom. The opening adjustments now have added Recovery (improves highlights and shadows), Fill Light (does what it says) and Vibrance which is an alternative to Saturation control boosting contrast between colours rather than just bumping all of them up equally. The Hue, Saturation and Luminance controls for colours within the image are extended to eight spectrum zones instead of just the three primaries, and they act very selectively. Its easy to boost a sunset sky or the colour of a car without altering the neutrals of an image. Working on images from the Konica Minolta Dimage A2, I found that the sharpening and noise reduction controls under the Detail tab D have been much improved. Vibrance is especially useful for improving blue skies, and appears
The appearance of the CS3 beta version of Bridge is much more like Lightroom with its dark light-table background for viewing images. You can customise this. The familiar appearance of the le data on the left hand side below the directory navigation is gone, along with the large preview, and now appears on the right. While the layout does not demand a widescreen shape of monitor, it clearly benets from loads of screen pixel real estate if youve got it. Below: the ACR (Camera Raw) opening controls in Photoshop CS3 Beta usefully show your camera and relevant lename, ISO, exposure and focal length data in the header. The control tabs (here the contrast curve is shown) get single-letter identication. Would you have guessed that T would be for Tone? B is for Basic and D is for detail, which means sharpness and NR.
Above: taking advantage of subtle reected light, at 2.0, with the Alpha 100 set to ISO 200 for very high quality, and SSS stabilizing a 1/80th shutter speed. At this aperture, depth of eld does not cover from eyes to nose. Below: perfect depth of eld at 2.8 for this farming scene, at the optimum ISO 100 sensitivity.
Main photo: at 5, the Carl Zeiss 135mm has enough depth of field for this portrait and sharpness is optimum. Right, and left inset (150dpi image equal to a 16 x 24 inch print), pin sharp at full 1.8 and ISO 400. All photographs Wietse Jongsma 2006.
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We visit the New World for this spread of images by two Club members. Colin Brenchley of Worksop visited New York city in September with his Konica Minolta 7D kit. Left, Stop Look taken on Times Square. Minolta 7D, 24-105mm set at 70mm, 1/125th at f4.5, ISO 100. Upper left, Brooklyn Bridge, Minolta 7D, 11-18mm set at 11mm, 1/500 at f8 with polariser. This page, two views of Niagara from the Fallsview Hotel (the best viewpoint, he says!) by Mike Katz of Ontario. Both were taken with the Sony DSC R-1, which we covered briefly in the last issue an electronic viewfinder fixed zoom lens 10 megapixel camera similar in size to a DSLR. He used the maximum focal length (120mm equivalent) for both shots, with a tripod; both at set at 9, and the top needed 8 seconds exposure at night while daytime was taken at 1/200th.
Bread crumb trail
Alas, this side trip had caused me to become separated from the three others I was travelling with, and of course I had not taken any mental navigation notes since I figured my friends would know the way back. I WAS LOST! After wandering aimlessly for two hours without recognizing a single landmark, I suddenly realized that I had taken many bread crumb pictures on my camera each image showing scenes from the path I had traversed. At the very beginning of the day I took a picture of the family we were staying with. I called up the image and stopped a random bystander: Donde est sta familia? (Where is this family?) Being a small village everyone knew everyone else, and the man kindly walked me to the very house I was seeking. Saved by my 7D and the kindness of strangers! The detour was worth it; for the picture I took of the sidewalk dominoes game was recently licensed for use as a cover to a book in Finland. My standard procedure when traveling is to get peoples mailing addresses and then send them pictures after I return home. But Cuba was the first country Ive ever visited
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The way I usually shoot countries that I visit is to establish some sort of rapport with everyone I meet even if I dont speak the same language before I ever pick up my camera. Then Ill show them the first shot or two on the cameras display, and after that I usually have the most un-shy subjects a foreign photographer could hope for. Notice I used the word usually. Cuba was the first country I visited where I didnt actually have to work that hard to build rapport. Once people saw my camera they became excited and started posing for me. Some even invited me into their homes and had me take pictures of them next to their television sets (a status symbol!). I never had it so easy. Between the people, the ageing buildings and the 50s era cars, how could I NOT come
back with sellable photographs? Their friendliness helped in another way, too. One day I was wandering around the streets of the Gibara fishing village, and took a quick detour when I saw an impromptu dominos game taking place on the sidewalk. After shooting
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ADDERS IN THE WILD Tutor: George McCarthy (1 day, near Haslemere, Surrey) Monday 26 March 2007 A unique workshop, with the opportunity to photograph these shy and often misunderstood creatures safely from close quarters. Georges knowledge of snakes, where to nd them, and his ability to handle them sensitively without harm to either snakes or photographers (!) will guarantee some very interesting subject matter, which will denitely include adders and with a chance of nding grass snakes and possibly lizards as well. Due to the nature of this workshop, numbers will be limited to a strict maximum of eight. Price 68 (deposit 20). 8 places. ISLE OF MULL Hotel based, 8 nights, including overnight stops each way. Free minibus travel to & from destination. Ferry cost included. Saturday 14 April to Sunday 22 April 2007 Unspoilt Isle of Mull is one of Scotland's most beautiful islands, with mountains, streams, and countless rocky inlets and beaches, as well as an abundance of seabirds. It is reached by regular ferry service from Oban. This will be a real get away from it all week, spent photographing remote landscapes and seascapes, and generally soaking up the atmosphere. In addition, a day will be spent on the romantic Iona, an island steeped in history, and only a short ferry trip from Fionnphort, on the south western tip of Mull. Weather permitting, the week will also include a trip to Staffa, a small island with spectacular basalt rock formations, including Fingals cave (optional extra depends on conditions). Accommodation at Pennygate Lodge, Craignure. The minibus will leave Sussex early on Saturday, and will, as far as possible, collect participants en route. Overnight stop will be made near the Scottish Borders. The minibus will be used for daily excursions. Price 725, deposit 100, single supplement 85. 10 places maximum. For those wishing to travel to Mull independently, the price is reduced by 110. Price includes en route overnight dinner &B&B each way, all meals and accommodation on Mull and Mull and Iona Ferry costs. Single rooms are limited. Where it is not possible, due to location, to collect participants from near or at their home, this will be at a mutually acceptable location. Minibus travel to, from and on Mull is free.
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PICTURE FORUM (1 day, at Seaford) Saturday 28 April 2007 This event has established itself as a must in the Quest programme, and the formula of mini presentations, a competition and a talk has proved very successful. Picture Forum is literally that an opportunity for everyone to share their work. Presentations of up to 15 minutes, say 25 pictures, prints, slides or digital images on CD are invited. These will occupy most of the day, and are a vital and enjoyable aspect of the Programme. It is your chance to show your photography, so please bring a selection of your pictures. These are for enjoyment and appreciation only there is no judgement, so, please do not be out off coming forward! Slots may possibly, however, have to be restricted, according to numbers, so when booking, please say if you would like to give a presentation, and if so, your subject, and whether you wish to show prints, slides or by digital projection. In view of the increasing popularity of this feature, slots will be primarily allocated on a rst come, rst served basis, but also with regard to the need for a balanced programme. The talk will be by Colin Westgate on Iceland, who made his third visit to that country last May. This year, Colin will also judge the competition for prints, slides or digital (not more than one entry per person). A critique and appraisal will be given by him, on all entries. Prizes will be awarded for the best work, and will include a free day on a Quest workshop, plus other items of photographic interest. There will also be a special prize of a mounted print by Colin Westgate, for the most popular image, chosen by audience vote. This is always an interesting and exciting day of sharing pictures and experiences, where everyone can join in. Not to be missed! Price 20 includes buffet lunch & refreshments (but not bar drinks!). Payable in full on booking not eligible for early booking discount arrangements. EXPLORING THE ABSTRACT Tutor: Priscilla Thomas FRPS (1 day, at Seaford) Sunday 29 April 2007 If you enjoy colourful, intriguing and stimulating abstract images, but are uncertain how to go about making them, this workshop will explain and show you some of the possibilities. Using several photo stations various methods will be demonstrated, after which everyone will be able to create and photograph their own designs. You will be limited only by your
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David Kilpatrick looks at a couple of the bargains available from former Russian manufacturers which can extend your systems scope.
Images: left column, Kiev 80mm lens mounted on M-AF Shift Adaptor; still life examples uncorrected left, with drop front, right. Right column: 8mm Peleng. ormer Eastern Bloc sellers on eBay have started selling some unique lenses and adaptors from the Russian and Ukrainian optical and camera manufacturers. In 2006 I ordered an 8mm 3.5 Peleng circular-image sheye lens in Pentax (42mm) thread to use with an M42 to Minolta AF adaptor ring. This came from the eBay seller hartbleioptic; since then, Hartblei has become established and well-known for specially engineered adaptors. The lens was inexpensive, perfect in condition, but suffers from about 0.3mm miscollimation for innity focus. Its worst on our A100, best on the Dynax 5D, reecting the minor differences in sensor position which occur with DSLRs. This 125 lens just falls short of covering the digital sensor with a 180 sheye view; a small software correction in Photoshop
loses the clipped dark corners. In January, I ordered a Pentacon 6/Kiev 88 lens shift adaptor for M-AF. This provides 12mm of rotatable rising front and accepts Russian/East German 6 x 6cm SLR lenses. The shortest around is 45mm (they sell for about 70) but we had an 80mm 2.8 in the ofce. Although 12mm is half the image height, the effect is minimal without a much shorter lens. But for under 40 shipped direct from the Ukraine this well engineered adaptor will allow future experiments with other manual optics. While the products may not be perfect and require metering adjustments plus T-mount manual shutter operation, quality is good and these items are genuine, not a scam to get your money or email address! DK
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SIGMA 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 DC
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