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carstenw
Registered: Dec 26, 2005
Total Posts: 15814
Country: Germany

That second shot is great, Derek!



Andrew Gough
Registered: Jun 10, 2005
Total Posts: 2080
Country: Canada

Manual focus is quite easy, images just snap into focus. I am afraid its going back up for sale, because I just found a nearly new Leica 280mm F/4.0 and I can't afford to keep both. So its got a week on this site then its off to fleabay... If you want it in new condition, this is probably the only one left in the world, only 20 were converted.

Andrew



Andrew Gough wrote:
sebboh wrote:
Andrew Gough wrote:
After seeing the last four, I decided to keep the lens!

Andrew

http://planetwidephoto.wordpress.com/


sweet, i've always kinda lusted after that lens. how is manual focus on it?






Ray Still
Registered: Oct 10, 2008
Total Posts: 8134
Country: United States

A couple from a Snowshoe hike up and down Steptoe Butte in the Palouse Region of Washington State
Nex 7 with Sony 55-210 lens nice to have a lightweight kit for hikes like this instead of dragging the 5D Mark II or 1 D Mark III up and down with me

Ray Still



legaltrouble
Registered: Mar 09, 2005
Total Posts: 291
Country: United States

Ray Still wrote:
A couple from a Snowshoe hike up and down Steptoe Butte in the Palouse Region of Washington State
Nex 7 with Sony 55-210 lens nice to have a lightweight kit for hikes like this instead of dragging the 5D Mark II or 1 D Mark III up and down with me

Ray Still


Very nice.



sebboh
Registered: Nov 02, 2009
Total Posts: 10680
Country: United States

thanks carsten and jim!


Andrew Gough wrote:
Manual focus is quite easy, images just snap into focus. I am afraid its going back up for sale, because I just found a nearly new Leica 280mm F/4.0 and I can't afford to keep both. So its got a week on this site then its off to fleabay... If you want it in new condition, this is probably the only one left in the world, only 20 were converted.

Andrew


i'm afraid it's not in my price range right now.

here are a couple shots with the g28 wide open:






rscheffler
Registered: Aug 23, 2005
Total Posts: 4936
Country: Canada

Beautiful Derek - great color & feel to these last two!
Ray, wow, excellent!
Alan - yes, the reprocessed version is better - show off that flare!
Thanks Jeff!

Some more NEX-7 & CV21/1.8:

@1.8






@5.6 or 8:






@5.6:











These were all processed to taste with a fair amount of adjustment, particularly the last one, where the area below the horizon was quite dark.


taran
Registered: Mar 02, 2012
Total Posts: 382
Country: United States

legaltrouble wrote:
Ray Still wrote:
A couple from a Snowshoe hike up and down Steptoe Butte in the Palouse Region of Washington State
Nex 7 with Sony 55-210 lens nice to have a lightweight kit for hikes like this instead of dragging the 5D Mark II or 1 D Mark III up and down with me

Ray Still


Very nice.


+1



taran
Registered: Mar 02, 2012
Total Posts: 382
Country: United States

@sebboh, n1 to get the bird in flight plus reflection.



Phillip Reeve
Registered: Sep 17, 2011
Total Posts: 1527
Country: Germany

alan_m wrote:
A few with from the Canon FDn 35/2 + original NEX-5:

i am always surprised what you get out of that lens, had one for a year, never liked it. After i saw some of your images i tried it again and sold it afterwards, couldn't get it to work for me.

@Jim
The horse and swan are both great

rscheffler wrote:
Some more NEX-7 & CV21/1.8:

i like the first two










zhangyue
Registered: Jan 28, 2011
Total Posts: 2854
Country: United States

Phillip, Enjoy the set. Nice processed images. Blue cast just look wonderful here.



dakw23
Registered: Nov 12, 2012
Total Posts: 30
Country: United Kingdom

Corvette Stingray in Greenwich Village (VG900 + Leica 35mm Summilux ASPH @ f/1.4)



sebboh
Registered: Nov 02, 2009
Total Posts: 10680
Country: United States

love those first two phillip! how are you liking the rokkor 100/2.5?

dakw23 wrote:
Corvette Stingray in Greenwich Village (VG900 + Leica 35mm Summilux ASPH @ f/1.4)


sweet! FLE or pre FLE version?



dakw23
Registered: Nov 12, 2012
Total Posts: 30
Country: United Kingdom

sebboh wrote:
love those first two phillip! how are you liking the rokkor 100/2.5?

dakw23 wrote:
Corvette Stingray in Greenwich Village (VG900 + Leica 35mm Summilux ASPH @ f/1.4)


sweet! FLE or pre FLE version?

Sinking element version, though I'm not much bothered by the focus shift.



alan_m
Registered: Jun 21, 2012
Total Posts: 231
Country: N/A

Phillip Reeve wrote:
alan_m wrote:
A few with from the Canon FDn 35/2 + original NEX-5:

i am always surprised what you get out of that lens, had one for a year, never liked it. After i saw some of your images i tried it again and sold it afterwards, couldn't get it to work for me.

Was yours a good copy? It's super-sharp from 2.8, with lovely bokeh; I can't imagine you not doing great stuff with it, if you like the focal length (which I've discovered I love on APS-C). Mine's been glued to my NEX since I got it; it's almost retired my 28mm & 50mm lenses.

Beautiful winter scenes, btw!

Yet more from that lens (from jpg):


Rhinoceros! by specularist, on Flickr


Penguin by specularist, on Flickr



Phillip Reeve
Registered: Sep 17, 2011
Total Posts: 1527
Country: Germany

alan_m wrote:
Was yours a good copy? It's super-sharp from 2.8, with lovely bokeh; I can't imagine you not doing great stuff with it, if you like the focal length (which I've discovered I love on APS-C). Mine's been glued to my NEX since I got it; it's almost retired my 28mm & 50mm lenses.

Beautiful winter scenes, btw!

thanks ;-)

Performance was quite good, but i never liked the colors and the images i took with it lacked somehow. If i get the chance to try another one i will try it again! It will have a hard stance against the G28 though ;-).

sebboh wrote:
love those first two phillip! how are you liking the rokkor 100/2.5?

lovely lens, not that much bigger than a 50mm, performance seems to be as good as with the MD 100/4 Macro but focusing is nicer.









Jacob D
Registered: Mar 30, 2009
Total Posts: 1757
Country: United States

Phillip, that last one really grabbed my attention. The zig zagging fence really makes it, and as usual your processing skills bring out the details.

How are you liking the 16-50? How about the NEX6?



LightShow
Registered: Aug 03, 2009
Total Posts: 5074
Country: Canada

Great series of shots as usual Phillip.
Ron, your shots from the 21 seem to be getting better, just getting used to it I guess.
I was also wondering how active/accurate the peaking was with it wide open vs. stopped down, as I have a few wides that are hard to nail focus even with a good amount of peaking to help.



Gary Clennan
Registered: Mar 29, 2007
Total Posts: 5163
Country: Canada

Lot's of nice pics on this page. Well done! One with NEX-5N and 16mm kit lens.



ebookman
Registered: Jul 15, 2012
Total Posts: 695
Country: United States

Phillip,

What software do you use to stitch images?



TeamSK jay
Registered: Oct 21, 2005
Total Posts: 627
Country: United States

Lots of inspiring shots in the last few pages full of presence!

I've been working on my output sharpening (all on Linux), thanks again for the feedback, not there yet but I think it's getting better.

Upper Conness Lake
5n + CV12










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