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36 megapixel Sony A7R
Sony / Zeiss FE 16-35/4 ZA OSS Vario-Tessar

Sony A7R Pixel Quality: Orange Peel Noise (Yellow Blue Bike)

New Sony A7R (Nov 2014) with firmware version 1.01.

Nearly a year after its introduction, a brand new (Nov 2014) Sony A7R was tested: as shown on this page, the “orange peel” texturing of smooth tones is as troublesome as ever.

See also the Agapanthus Berries example and Persimmon Tree example and Sony A7R Pixel Quality: Texturing Orange Peel Noise.

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A7R lens corrections: vignetting OFF, color correction OFF, distortion OFF.

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Sony A7R + Sony FE 16-35/4, f/5.6 @35mm

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