Macro popcorn, very good idea.
I want to see a comparison with the 85/1.4 Samyang.
Should have placed better. Very good!
That incredibly sharp, very good job!
Personally I was never a big fan of camera phones but you can't beat them for convenience, my phone has already saved me from losing a few photo ops. I had the iphone5 and couldn't wait to get rid of it, for the only reason is that apple is so proprietary, everything has to be through iTunes. I now have the Samsung S6 and I'm much happier, but for serious stuff it's still my DSLRs.
justmeMN: No red dot, no Leica logo, no sale. :-) The purpose of buying a Leica is to show off the fact that you have an expensive camera. :-)
Forget the red dot, where's the wood grip?
This guy rivals Ansel he's that good! IMHO
don't forget to add some honey!
yonsarh: Hasselblad does not make or product anything. They may be good at DESIGN concept and hardware is basically same as sony. Customers are not dumb. Instead of paying more $$$, they would rather go for other brands. This kind of marketing will loose company profit and moreover, reliability. Doesn't mean design makes product makes better, but Hasselblad should approach different concept of digital marketing if they want to survive. I bet their sales have been lack of sales, that is why I think they are closing.
I'd be happy to see them succeed and I can understand film but super 8 & 16mm doesn't make sense, if I remember well it used to cost me around $20 for buying and processing 5 minutes worth of movie and you all know what digital is capable of and also how many of us still have the movie cameras?
One of the best pictures of a Zebra I have ever seen!
Great museum, been there!
This shot deserves better than 99th place!
Just curious, does anybody really use f2.8 on a 300? to me that's a big price to pay for one f stop.
The 10-18 should be OK judging from other STM lenses, I was debating buying a Tokina 11-16/2.8, this may change my mind.
This is a prize wining photo!
I checked Russar lenses on e-Bay and they are priced in the $500 and up range.
I knew you guys would have a field day with this and I don't blame you.
On a positive note, they are good photographs.
Ben Herrmann: CAUTION: Be very careful - I just did the firmware update for the Nikon P7700, and now, 3rd party batteries no longer work. The camera will not respond to any of the 3rd party models that I have - including the Wasabi's that are superior. Once you turn off the camera (after firmware update), it will not start up again with a 3rd party battery (at least in my case). But it will function just fine with Nikon batteries. Way to go Nikon!!!! You Tu_ds....another way for you to make an extra buck now having to buy your batteries exclusively.
Same here on my D5100, Third party batteries don't work.