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Moon for a Test

The photos here were taken by the Zeiss Sonner FE 55mm F1.8

It seems, the Moon on the 8th of March was a full moon (or so) = So, I clicked my camera, happen to be a Sony A7R-IV—– with a Zeiss 55mm, Olympus PenF 38mm, Pentax 110 Auto 24mm and a Nikkor 50mm F1.2.

It was an interesting test session for the lens and the camera.

Photo left = Olympus PenF 38mm F1.8 / Middle = Pentax 110 Auto 24mm F2.8 / Right = Nikkor 50mm F1.2 lens (Nikon lens has the resolution more than the 60 MP image sensor but Olympus PenF and Pentax 110 Auto lens didn’t )
Photo left = Zeiss Sonner FE 55mm F1.8 at F5.6 / Right = (old Ai) Nikkor 50mm F1.2 at F5.6

Apparently, Nikkor showed much sharper image than a Zeiss Sonner lens but there was a reason behind = AF lens on A7R-4 on Manual Exposure setting worked pretty badly = Auto Focus didn’t work, neither Focus Magnifier was there. (Focus magnifier on the A7R was very effective but not on this latest model ( = where is the Button ? ? ? = I found that the AF-on button needed to be customized !) —– Sony might be making their camera not friendly with anything other than their genuin Sony Lens. – If so, why Sony-Zeiss Sonner didn’t focus Moon ?)

Nikkor 50mm F1.2 – F5.6 — (It seems, the white balance was wrong, and the Sony’s image process was too funny = make a moon looks like plastic ball was dreadfull.

You would say that to take picture of the Moon with 50mm lens was the crazy idea. THOUGH, the 60 MP Sony A7R-4 image sensor should be capable to be enlarged to such extent. And this picture demonstrated it well. (It’s works as long as the lens was good !) (You can see a proper Moon shot here )

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