Thirsty bee at our local park. Macroish shots with a non-macro lens

Started Dec 31, 2020 | Photos thread
piticoto Regular Member • Posts: 467
Re: good focus, good zoom range
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Some of my last pictures of 2020. I had no problem to get a focus lock in dim light. The first one was at 18 mm focused on the white painted pine cone between the flowers, probably 0.4 m in front of the lens, and the second one at 135 mm about 3 m away, showing focus on one of the eyes with the smaller green square. Definitely the keeper rate went up for me and I'm happy that I don't have to swap lenses. Yes, focus performance depends mostly on the camera, and that's the main reason I decided to get the A6100, but I wanted 18-135 for a while and I'm glad that I bought the lens too.

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