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unoh7,what adapter you use on A7r with m lenses?i own a toy-A7r for low price to have fun with my Nikon and m lenses
The super cheap M adapters are fine, like 20USD, but they go past infinity. I would disregard the angst about adapter perfection, which I feel comes largely from issues which have nothing to do with the adapters--but I'm sure there are exceptions.
Many of the expensive ones are also heavy compared to the cheap ones.
My personal favorite is the Hawks V3 which runs around 180USD. It's light, has it's own helicoid for close focus and has an adjustment for the infinity stop. Very good build one these newer hawks adapters, but you must have v3, no older for A7s.
TY for kind words everyone, and TY for so many excellent images up there I love the variety.
L1006658 by unoh7, on Flickr
L1006663 by unoh7, on Flickr
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L1006674 by unoh7, on Flickr
L1006708 by unoh7, on Flickr
L1006710-3 by unoh7, on Flickr
as to the various 90s, one thing to take into account is--at least what i find--that the M9 is a harsh bokeh mistress, very unforgiving. Huge contrast with the A7s which are super creamy OOF.
So, alot comes down to the background. Some busy stuff is not going to look great even with "good bokeh" lenses on the M9. I see this with the CV 35/1.2. The M9 is so friggin sharp it delineates OOF shapes too much!
Steve Huff's recent review of the 90/2.5 infers the same thing, I think. The M240 he finds more forgiving in this respect.
I personally think the CV90 is a steal. So light, and so sharp. Oh, and so cheap
On a side note, the 90 summarit I find outstanding for portraits on the A7.
Here an example