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November 1, 2014

PhotoPlus Expo – 2014 in NYC w/ the Sony RX100 III and A7r!!

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo Auto HDR

My Dad and I went down to the PhotoPlus Expo in NYC yesterday and had an absolute blast! We left early morning and in this article I will bring you along for the adventure courtesy of the New Sony RX100 III and my Sony A7r armed with the 50mm f/1.4 Rokkor-X lens!

I wanted to have the full frame Sony A7r for lens testing purposes and it worked out really well as you see below! We checked out pretty much everything at Sony and then moved on to the competition and accessories that were everywhere. Lots of new gear this year as well of all kinds that I will share with you below including links to the various new products and so on.

Here is a taste of what went down in our day:


Meeting Brian Smith, QX1 Lens Camera, Otus Lenses, FE 28-135mm f/4 OSS Powerzoom Lens, Killer Multi-rotor Copters of all kinds, amazing Cinematography Rigs, Tripods, Camera Straps, New Lighting Solutions, T-Shirt Printer, Curved Ultra-Wide Monitors, and much more from the day in NYC. We also went to the Empire State building. I’m telling you it was an awesome day and I got some great photos and video to help make it like you were their with us, so please read on…
 

The Departure

It was early and a bit brisk out when we departed from my parents house about 8:30am. My Dad offered to drive and I was totally down with that as I suck in the city and he knows his way around well.

Click Photos for Higher Res Versions!!

 Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III - Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 @ f/4, 1/160sec, 12.06mm, ISO 125

 

A few snaps from the drive and walk to the PhtotoPlus Expo 2014 at the Javitz Center.

We crossed the George Washington Bridge to get onto the island of Manhattan.

 Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III - Sample Photo

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III – Sample Photo

Parking was a brutal wait!

 Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III - Sample Photo

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III – Sample Photo

 Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III - Sample Photo

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III – Sample Photo

Tower cranes are amazing and we saw a ton of them as it seems construction is everywhere.

 Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III - Sample Photo

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III – Sample Photo

The Jacob Javitz Center.

 Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III - Sample Photo

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III – Sample Photo

 

Meeting Brian Smith

Brian_SmithNext I was lucky enough to met the amazingly talented Sony Artisan and Pulitzer Prize-winning Bryan Smith (Click Here)!  I was amazed to see him sitting by himself at a little table just on the outskirts of the Sony area, which was packed by the way! I immediately recognized him and walked right over, even though I was really nervous. He was the nicest guy you could imagine and gave me a warm welcome. I told him was the SonyAlphaLab guy, and I think he might have heard of it. Either way awesome!

I really wish I was prepared to speak with him honestly, because I basically just complimented him his amazing work and then was at a loss for words. Star Struck? We did discuss the awesomeness of Sony for a few minutes and I got the impression he was extremely intelligent which I totally expected. He also had had a depth to him that I was intrigued by and drawn to. Meeting somebody of this caliber photography talent was really awesome, and perhaps I might be fortunate enough to get an interview with him at some point via skype or better yet, in person 😉 I would clearly be more prepared for that though! Check out some of his latest work at BrianSmith.com

The Sony Booth

After running into Brian, my Dad and I ventured over to the Sony booth where lots of very knowledgeable folks were letting people play with all the goods! Oh yeah, and they had the Otus 55mm f/1.4, 85mm f/1.4 with a Metabones IV electronic lens adapter they let me play with 🙂 I also saw the 28-135mm in action and the new QX1 interchangeable lens camera module. I asked for the 16-35mm lens, but I was told I could not shoot with it, because it was not an official copy. No big deal, because the Otus f/1.4 lenses were a huge treat to try out on my A7r!!

First look of the Sony booth area:

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 - Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 – Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 - Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 – Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 - Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 – Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 - Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 – Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 - Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 – Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 - Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 – Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 - Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 – Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 - Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 – Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 - Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 – Sony Booth

Check out this bad-ass Tali H500 Carbon Fiber Copter with a RX100 mounted underneath.

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 - Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 – Sony Booth

Joe Brady was giving a talk at the time and showing off some of his incredible photography on the killer 4k TV’s behind him. Some really impressive work and I overheard a killer tip from Joe, “know your gear” 😉

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 - Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 – Sony Booth

Check out the Sony ILCE-QX1 Mirrorless Lens Style Camera:

 Sony ILCE-QX1 Mirrorless Lens-Style Digital Camera

Sony ILCE-QX1 Mirrorless Lens-Style Digital Camera

 Sony ILCE-QX1 Mirrorless Lens-Style Digital Camera

Sony ILCE-QX1 Mirrorless Lens-Style Digital Camera

 Sony ILCE-QX1 Mirrorless Lens-Style Digital Camera

Sony ILCE-QX1 Mirrorless Lens-Style Digital Camera

The 28-135mm f/4 OSS Power Zoom lens (selp28135) in action:

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 - Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 – Sony Booth

I could not get my hands on it, but some other gentleman had the opportunity, so I took snap or two for photo journalism purposes 😉

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 - Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 – Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 - Sony Booth

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 – Sony Booth

 

The Zeiss Otus Lenses

The Zeiss Otus lenses are regarded as the best in the world by many and I was fortunate enough to try them out on my Sony A7r via the Metabones IV lens adapter that Sony had ready!

Zeiss 55mm f/1.4 Otus Distagon T* Lens, Metabones IV and my Sony A7r:

 Zeiss 55mm f/1.4 Otus Distagon T* Lens

Zeiss 55mm f/1.4 Otus Distagon T* Lens

A few Sample Photos with 55mm Otus.

Zeiss 55mm f/1.4 Otus Distagon T* Lens

Zeiss 55mm f/1.4 Otus Distagon T* Lens – Sample Photo

This Sony rep was awesome and I wish I had his name!

Zeiss 55mm f/1.4 Otus Distagon T* Lens

Zeiss 55mm f/1.4 Otus Distagon T* Lens – Sample Photo

Zeiss 55mm f/1.4 Otus Distagon T* Lens

Zeiss 55mm f/1.4 Otus Distagon T* Lens – Sample Photo

 

Zeiss 85mm f/1.4 Otus Distagon T* Lens, Metabones IV and my Sony A7r:

 Zeiss 85mm f/1.4 Otus Distagon T* Lens

Zeiss 85mm f/1.4 Otus Distagon T* Lens

A Sample Photo of my Dad with amazing 85mm Otus lens.

Zeiss 85mm f/1.4 Otus Distagon T* Lens

Zeiss 85mm f/1.4 Otus Distagon T* Lens – Sample Photo

One of Vivienne Gucwa who was speaking at the time, and also showing off some awesome work!

Zeiss 85mm f/1.4 Otus Distagon T* Lens

Zeiss 85mm f/1.4 Otus Distagon T* Lens

 

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 – New Gear

Check out some of the New Products and other Awesome Gear available these days!!

The Atomos Ninja 2 Video Recorder all pimped out on the Full Frame Sony A99 utilizing the Clean HDMI Output and 10-bit 4.2.2 ProRes quality recording options..

 Atomos Ninja 2 Video Recorder

Atomos Ninja 2 Video Recorder on Sony A99

 Atomos Ninja 2 Video Recorder

Atomos Ninja 2 Video Recorder

Lots of Multi-Rotor solutions on display including the DJI S900.

The DJI S900

The DJI S900

The DJI S900

The DJI S900

FreeFly Systems (Click Here) had some incredible products including the Freefly CineStar 8 was the most amazing fly machine I saw at the event! These guys had some of the most amazing rigs I have ever seen personally, and the quality was outstanding, innovative, and looked cool too. Really knowledgeable friendly people as well willing to let us play with the stuff and touch it 🙂

The Cinestar 8 copter

The Cinestar 8 copter

Freefly CineStar 8

Freefly CineStar 8

Freefly CineStar 8

Freefly CineStar 8

The Tero was the coolest camera rig I have ever seen! Engineering on another level and has to be fun to drive, come on!

The Tero

The Tero

The Tero Car

The Tero Car Suspension

The Tero Car

The Tero Car Dampening Systems

The Tero Car

The Tero Car w/ Camera Rig

The Tero Car

The Tero Car w/ Camera Rig

Check out the Movi Controller

The Tero Car Controller w/ Fallow Focus

The Tero Car Controller w/ Fallow Focus

Tero Car Rig w/ Fallow Focus

Tero Car Rig w/ Fallow Focus

And the Movie M5 Rig I believe, and again the same incredible engineering plus quality!

Movi M5 Camera Rig

Movi M5 Camera Rig

Movi M5 Camera Rig

Movi M5 Camera Rig

If I had the money and was going into this field, these are the guys I would look at for sure based on what I saw at the show. The rigs are very expensive, but not when you consider the top quality you are getting!

The Cinestar 8 copter as shown goes for ~$13,000 or so the guy was saying and the the Movi Controller is ~$440o.

 

More Gear

I came across these really interesting camera straps and it turns out they are all made by hand. Really nice quality also, but I can’t find the card I picked up for them at the moment, sorry…

Awesome Camera Straps

Awesome Camera Straps

Awesome Camera Straps

Awesome Camera Straps

NovoFlex had some really nice products that I was not aware of!

Novoflex Products

Novoflex Products

Novoflex Products

Novoflex Products

The MagicBall caught my eye and I must say it was a unique experience that I could see getting used to for sure!

Novoflex Magic Ball

Novoflex Magic Ball

The Epson F2000 T-Shirt printer was impressive and about ~$20,000 if you are in the market.

Epson SureColor F2000 Series

Epson SureColor F2000 Series

Epson SureColor F2000 Printer

Epson SureColor F2000 Printer

LG (Click Here) was showing off a Worlds First 34″ ultra Wide screen monitor and wow it was impressive to see. Oh yeah, they have a curved model as well that looks incredible twined together for a parabolic effect.

LG Ultra-Wide-Monitors

LG Ultra-Wide-Monitors

LG Ultra-Wide-Monitors

LG Ultra-Wide-Monitors

LG Ultra-Wide-Monitors

LG Ultra-Wide-Monitors

 

A interesting lighting solution from LEDLightCube.com which features a strobe and constant light in one unit!

LEDLightCube.com

LEDLightCube.com

LEDLightCube.com

LEDLightCube.com

 

WhiteWall.com had an amazing display with gigantic HD Metal Glossy and all sorts of other style prints.

WhiteWall Printing

WhiteWall Printing

 

Some motorized camera sliders were also on display.

SlideKamera

SlideKamera

 

PhotoPlus Expo 2014 – HD Sample Video w/ RX100M3

Driving down to NYC and heading over the GW Bridge, plus the walk to the Javitz Center and more…

 

Empire State Building – Sony RX100M3

My Dad and I decided to take a walk up to the Empire State Building, because I have never been up to the viewing deck and really wanted to see the view. Weather was pretty good so we went for it.

This first photo is actually from last year’s show (Click Here) courtesy of my Nex-6 and 18-55mm kit lens. We also walked past the building last year, but regrettably did not go up.

Click Photos for Higher Res Versions!!

Empire State Building

2013 – Empire State Building – Nex-6

The rest of these images are courtesy of the Sony RX100M3 which I am currently reviewing. Here is inside the building on the way through the stalls that weave all over the place.

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo – Lobby

Empire State Building

Empire State Building

The view was amazing and I can only say worth every penny of the ridiculous charge! The depth and scale of the height is so awe inspiring and horrifying at the same time 😉 I felt it in my knees big time and my hands were actually sweating! I felt like I was going to fall through the fence when I was sticking the camera through for the pano shot! Clearly I am afraid of heights…

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo - Panoramic

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo – Panoramic

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Auto HDR Sample Photos

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo Auto HDR

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo Auto HDR

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo Auto HDR

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo Auto HDR

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo Auto HDR

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo Auto HDR

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo Auto HDR

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo Auto HDR

The Observation Deck.

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Zoomed in all the way to the effective ~70mm.

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Looking up and down verticals.

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

After this we went to the Intrepid Air Craft Carrier Museum, but I will save that for another post, because I have a lot of photos and this article is long enough already 😉 Check out the forums here for some Intrepid Photos >>

Saw another Tower Crane on the way back to the car.

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

 

The Ride Home

We were both pretty tired and hungry after all that walking and viewing of amazing history, engineering, and architecture, so we stopped at this really good restaurant called Houston’s on the way home. They have awesome fall off the bone ribs that never disappoint and a loaded baked potato to die for as you will see below.

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

The Ribs and Loaded Baked Potato 🙂

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Destroyed it all 🙂

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

Sony RX100M3 Sample Photo

 

Closing remarks

Thanks for checking in and coming alone for the ride to the PhotoPlus Expo 2014 in NYC with us 😉 It was a lot of fun and I was very happy with the performance of both cameras in all regards.

Be sure to check out the Forums for day to day action and news, rumors, plus amazing user photography that continues to grow and inspire!

Jay

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10 Comments


  1. So I read the entire article and couldn’t find my answer… How do you like the Rokker on the A7r? ?


  2. flavioross

    Awesome Jay! Hope to go photography conventions and trade shows someday!
    The photo with the Zeiss Otus 55 is superb! Incredible details and beautiful background. It was hard to focus? I must try this lens one day.

    And the dinner looks delicious 😀 Ribs and baked potato? Love 😀


    • Jay

      Thanks Flavio and yeah the focus was extremely easy and smooth as butter! It had a lot of dampening and a lot of rotation which made manual focus super easy. Focus peaking on the A7r was also enabled, which made it even faster, but I can usually just tell when it’s sharp these days most of the time. F/1.4 is still really hard to nail though normally. Much easier with the Otus than my Rokker-X to nail the focus!

      The baked Potato was a substitute for fry’s and man was it killer 🙂

      Thanks again for the comments,
      Jay


  3. Nice work Jay, keep up the awesomeness.


  4. John

    Fantastic Jay. Yes you had good camera gear with you but you are also a great photographer no question about it. Just superb. Thanks for sharing


  5. Royston Kane

    Nice writeup Jay! I went on Saturday and really enjoyed it! Most of my time was spent walking the whole show, but the most visited booth was Sony. I really enjoyed looking at that new RX100, what a killer camera!


    • Jay

      Thanks a lot Royston and I agree the Rx100 is awesome! I do notice the dynamic range lacking a bit compared to the my killer full frame A7r, but that is totally expected.

      Jay



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