These panoramic images don't display very well in my blog format so I've included a higher res version to download by clicking here. The download version is about half the original size, which is 48" wide.
This technique seems to be working quite well. Not sure I really need the A7RII after all.
Yesterday, Sony announced its new RX1R II and it comes with a variable optical low-pass filter system that can adjust voltage on a liquid crystal layer. This allow adjustment of the light-splitting properties of the array so the user can adjust the filter more for detail or more for elimination of moire. Sounds like this filter would be a perfect solution to the problem of using third-party lenses on the A7RII. Why they put it in the RX1R II instead is a mystery to me.