Day one of use with the Sony A7s has been encouraging. I don't have all of my adapters for the camera yet, so today I limited to the use of a single Nikon 50mm 1.8 pancake lens.
I went out to Lewisville Lake Fishing barge, one of my favorite locations, and just spent some time with the camera in my hands. I'm not typically a "run n' gun" style shooter and prefer to use a tripod for most things, but figured this would be a challenging situation to put the camera in.
Despite rampant complains that the camera has terrible rolling shutter while in Full Frame mode, I really didn't notice any. All but one shot (the close up of the reel) was shot in Full-frame.
Most of these shots are around 3200-8,000 ISO, with the shots of the rocks at the end being up in the 25,600 area. I'm really blown away. All shot in S-log - check out Eric Naso's write up on the camera as well as some good starting points for S-log settings