all the parts finally arrived :)
Very sexy looking.
Personally I don't like to use any camera without and EVF or hot shoe, and can not be without an EVF for manual lenses , but I still like the looks of this .
I wish you could configure the EVF to be MF assist and the LCD to be normal view. Sigh.
Can you give a rundown on what you have their lens / adaptor specifics
I am a rookie and trying to learn and a Manual lens would keep me working on that.
Very nice looking setup as said "sexy"
Puddleglum got it right. I love the hawk adapter because it extends the focus range down to about 12". And the lens is incredible. This is my first interchangeable lens camera, and I had no idea what a difference lens could make. The sharpness and...I dont know, "quality" of the images I get vs. the 16mm Sony is incredible.
The manual lens is great on this camera. It allows manual shutter and aperture, but auto iso, a combination not possible with the Sony lenses. I actually find it much faster to adjust aperture using the ring on the lens than thru the menu with an auto lens.
I highly recommend the camera and other parts as well. Like others have said, the touch screen is not good. I've deactivated it. Other than that I find the control layout great and you can customize the fn button extensively.
I also like that it has in-camera charging, because you can still buy a wall charger for the battery (I already have), and have the convenience of charging from your laptop. When traveling, the fewer items to carry, the better.
Only the most recent 2 are with NEX, and both with the 16mm.
|IMG_8168ABCD by citori525|
|McKinley meadow by TimR32225|
from Natural meadows
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from Helios-44 II
|Leopoldsteinersee by RaCor|
from Landscape - Colour #3