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Ben J.

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    Ben J. got a reaction from Dipak in EOSHD Pro Color for Sony Cameras   
    This guy I follow did a review 
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    Ben J. reacted to noone in Is it possible to put filters in between your camera and lens body?   
    Well I'll be!
    I destroyed the filter.     The edge was soft aluminium so was simple enough to file the edge off and have the glass just fine.
    This is going to be fun.     The filter fits right in.    It might be a little loose but once you put a lens on it seems ok.      An EF-S lens doesn't seem to fit (probably for the same reason Canon FF cameras can not mount them).     That means my 18-55 APSC kit lens is out but my EF 100 f2 is ok (for fit at least).
    Sticky tape would work well to hold the filter in too I think.
    Amazing.     With my A7s and Fotga adapter I am getting auto focus indoors with a 750nm IR filter and can see easily in the EVF!
    OP, This will easily take two filters (one inside, one on the lens front though if it is any good or not is another story.
    Two snaps.    The filter glass sitting loose in the adapter and one taken with the lens and filter in place auto focused.
    This calls for more 43mm filters for me!
    Thanks for the thread, this will be fun (though add to more cost I can not afford).
    As for the IR image, remember it is just a first snap in the excitement and is with AF at ISO 51200 and 1/15 with a 100mm lens at f2.
    Have to check it with my 17 TS-E too!


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    Ben J. reacted to Davey in When do you think the sony a7riii and a7siii will be announced?   
    Better to wait for the a7s4, which will fix some of the problems with the a7s3.
    There are ALWAYS problems.
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    Ben J. got a reaction from Davey in EOSHD Pro Color for Sony Cameras   
    The a7s doesnt have as much of a yellow cast as the a7sii, so dialing down the white balance matrix settings Andrew provided (matrix not white balance) might make it warmer. Also if your using s-gmaut as a substitute on the a7s, use the V2 version for the a6500.
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    Ben J. got a reaction from rebel4ever in EOSHD Pro Color for Sony Cameras   
    The a7s doesnt have as much of a yellow cast as the a7sii, so dialing down the white balance matrix settings Andrew provided (matrix not white balance) might make it warmer. Also if your using s-gmaut as a substitute on the a7s, use the V2 version for the a6500.
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    Ben J. got a reaction from Gregormannschaft in EOSHD Pro Color for Sony Cameras   
    Was this shot mainly with 5600k (daylight) lighting? I'm assuming it was for using 7000k
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