NEX Images Thread
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Jim Schemel
Registered: Oct 18, 2006
Total Posts: 4739
Country: United States

NEX 7 / Photex Tilt Shift Nikon Mount.
-Jim


Old Man Walking by jmschemel, on Flickr



ebookman
Registered: Jul 15, 2012
Total Posts: 483
Country: United States

NEX 5N Today I was shooting with the G90 2.8 wide open.



sculptormic
Registered: Feb 05, 2012
Total Posts: 1093
Country: Netherlands

Departure





















philber
Registered: May 21, 2008
Total Posts: 7212
Country: France

ebookman, I hate you. You series on the sewing machine is just the sort of thing I have been trying to do for years and failing miserably at. Your last shot is wonderful!
Michiel, I hate you too, and exactly for the same reason. How dare you succeed where I fail Your second picture is brilliant!



SirJon
Registered: Jul 17, 2012
Total Posts: 36
Country: Italy

@wfrank @michael49

thank you guys



sculptormic
Registered: Feb 05, 2012
Total Posts: 1093
Country: Netherlands

Thanks Philipe That's the advantage of a zoom lens; framing. No cropping just a little barrel correction for the horizontal line under.



taran
Registered: Mar 02, 2012
Total Posts: 291
Country: United States

Wow, everything in the last two pages is incredible. I have my favorites, of course, but I'm really thinking the best photos I am seeing online right now happen to be coming from the NEX platform.



joevain
Registered: Aug 29, 2012
Total Posts: 26
Country: United Kingdom

Couple with the Heliar, thought id see how it holds up against some strong direct lights.


bridge-1 by joe_vain, on Flickr


bridge-2 by joe_vain, on Flickr



alwang
Registered: Sep 02, 2011
Total Posts: 963
Country: United States

edwardkaraa wrote:
Thank you very much Matt for the very important info. I will be getting the Voigtlander adapter since the dealer is just a couple of blocks from where I live. I hope my 35/2 will have less color shift than the 35/2.8 due to the less compact design, but I may be wrong on this one.


I'd definitely recommend getting one of the M adapters with a focusing helicoid, like the Hawk's adapter. The Hawk's is built quite well, and the improvement in MFD really opens up how you can use rangefinder lenses.



plasticmotif
Registered: Sep 23, 2010
Total Posts: 833
Country: United States

taran wrote:
Wow, everything in the last two pages is incredible. I have my favorites, of course, but I'm really thinking the best photos I am seeing online right now happen to be coming from the NEX platform.


What attracted me to this forum in the first place is the quality of shooters. I look at all the other subforums here and there is quality in each of them. The Alternative forum, NEX Thread and Zeiss Thread especially, has amazing photography. The Landscape forum is the same.



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

@ Srhphoto - Tokina 300 is impressively sharp - handheld or mono/tripod?

Lots of great stuff here recently!

NEX-f3 + MC Rokkor-x PG 50/1.4 (I'd somehow forgotten how nice its bokeh can be):


Flowers by specularist, on Flickr


Flowers by specularist, on Flickr


Flowers by specularist, on Flickr


Flowers by specularist, on Flickr



darrellc
Registered: Jan 02, 2005
Total Posts: 385
Country: N/A

Nex 7 with ZM 35/2 Biogon. Sold both a while ago, but was going thru older pictures and b&w shots with this combo really stood out!


About To Take Flight by DarrellC, on Flickr


Hands 2 by DarrellC, on Flickr



sebboh
Registered: Nov 02, 2009
Total Posts: 9668
Country: United States

40 cron:



g28:




Jim Schemel
Registered: Oct 18, 2006
Total Posts: 4739
Country: United States

A few from a recent trip to NYC
-Jim

NEX 7 / Vivitar 13












NEX 7 / Photex T/S





uscmatt99
Registered: Jan 18, 2012
Total Posts: 315
Country: United States

Some photos from the Phoenix Zoo. NEX-6, Voigtlander 90/3.5 SL-II, all at f/3.5 or f/5.6

























uscmatt99
Registered: Jan 18, 2012
Total Posts: 315
Country: United States

alwang wrote:
edwardkaraa wrote:
Thank you very much Matt for the very important info. I will be getting the Voigtlander adapter since the dealer is just a couple of blocks from where I live. I hope my 35/2 will have less color shift than the 35/2.8 due to the less compact design, but I may be wrong on this one.


I'd definitely recommend getting one of the M adapters with a focusing helicoid, like the Hawk's adapter. The Hawk's is built quite well, and the improvement in MFD really opens up how you can use rangefinder lenses.


I got a Hawk's knock-off on ebay. It was around $35 USD, and the build is terrible. All thin aluminum, very loosey-goosey as the helicoid extends out to the point there was wobble. It was a springless friction mount, and I also made the mistake of rotating the lens the wrong way to get it off, such that the lens mount dug into the aluminum and scraped off the black paint. That said, it was really cool seeing what the ZM25/2.8 could do with close focus. The detail was ridiculous. I'm considering going all in and getting a Hawk's.



mawz
Registered: Sep 11, 2005
Total Posts: 7282
Country: Canada


Private Property by Mawz, on Flickr
NEX-7, ZA E 24/1.8



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

uscmatt99 wrote:
alwang wrote:
edwardkaraa wrote:
Thank you very much Matt for the very important info. I will be getting the Voigtlander adapter since the dealer is just a couple of blocks from where I live. I hope my 35/2 will have less color shift than the 35/2.8 due to the less compact design, but I may be wrong on this one.


I'd definitely recommend getting one of the M adapters with a focusing helicoid, like the Hawk's adapter. The Hawk's is built quite well, and the improvement in MFD really opens up how you can use rangefinder lenses.


I got a Hawk's knock-off on ebay. It was around $35 USD, and the build is terrible. All thin aluminum, very loosey-goosey as the helicoid extends out to the point there was wobble. It was a springless friction mount, and I also made the mistake of rotating the lens the wrong way to get it off, such that the lens mount dug into the aluminum and scraped off the black paint. That said, it was really cool seeing what the ZM25/2.8 could do with close focus. The detail was ridiculous. I'm considering going all in and getting a Hawk's.


Matt, nice cacti. The Voigt 90 is a super sharp little lens. Was the adapater you got by any chance the "L.M.E." one? I have been doing some research on it and have heard some similar comments.



alwang
Registered: Sep 02, 2011
Total Posts: 963
Country: United States

sebboh wrote:
g28:



This one cracks me up. My 20-month-old would be doing less studying and more gobbling.



ISO1600
Registered: Jul 06, 2005
Total Posts: 4388
Country: Korea, South

Barker, that running dude shot is awesome!



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