That's a really nice shot - the bit of fill from the bounce flash worked well.
Here's our cavalier Lily. Just testing my new 35mm 1.8 OSS, I'm happy so far :) It's a bit tricky to...
Great thread - I love seeing photographs.
Charlie, my Lab (hence my username :-)) In his element.
I have to say, taking pictures of all-black dogs is a pain. If there is one place that having a...
2x Leica M
1x Leica Monochrom
In the past 3 weeks I have additionally shot on the:
My Leicas stay put, period, but not only did...
And specifically.. Reminder: Plenty of new cameras and lenses will be announced in January-February. There will be A and...
Everyone will compare its image quality to the a7 and it won't be as good.
Just wondering why sony would bother upgrading the Nex7?
Price alone seems silly?
Is it just me that...
Thanks TS. These kinds of posts make this forum worth visiting. Some real-world experience that we can all related to - very well done.
Tom Caldwell wrote:
Being trying to follow the chatter about the "Zebra" mode on the A7.
From what I can gather it is a form of exposure correction. But it could have something to do with focus...
Charlie Lab wrote:
The pros of the CV are universality (the M-mount will be supported by cameras for a long time), great image quality, great bokeh, incredibly bright, and a dream...
Astrophotographer 10 wrote:
Both seem to be superb lenses. I did see one poster who showed some shading with some shots with CV 35 F1.2. But others say its fine.
Steve Huff is very enthusiastic...
Skate around on well-respected Roger Cicala's website and you will find IMATESTS of numerous MILC cameras-lenses. Very informative.
Here's LensRental's take on the new APS-C Fuji the...
Placed 22nd in the challenge.
I love all the gear talk, but sometimes it's nice to actually post pictures, even if it's with last-generation tech.
I had a morning off with my daughter today and so took a photo of her and her...
M Dennis Fern wrote:
Has anyone had any experience using adapters with the helicoid feature that allows close focusing? Voigtlander has one coming out in December-January, but there are several...
120 to 35 wrote:
See also this on IBIS:
Excellent - thanks! I feel less alone now :-)
Not everyone wants to lug a tripod around.
I agree about video.
Oddly enough fast subjects often need slow speeds - panning a moving vehicle, propellor blur on an aircraft etc....
Lovely shot - not easy to get nice sharp moon shots, well done.
I've seen a lot of debate lately on IBIS/OSS/no stabilization, particularly with the arrival of the A7/R and evangelists of the m4/3 bodies.
I just want to make sure I'm not insane for not seeing...
Rick V wrote:
Sorry about that, hit the send before I put in my text!!
Anyway, I would like recommendations for a legacy 85mm lens for portraits. I'm using a NEX 6. Already have adapters for OM,...
I have a minolta 135/2.8 that I found on eBay for WAY under $100. It's as sharp as any other lens I have, even decent wide open, and it's extremely well built. there are variations of this lens...
Interesting discussion. Clearly there is no "need" and for most people the value gained in the sensor side is offset by price, lens size, and other factors. As a result, I think it's fair to say...
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