NEX Images Thread
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sebboh
Registered: Nov 02, 2009
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g28:






eno789
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Super-Multi-Coated Takumar 55mm f/1.8, Raynox 250, NEX 5N



H.Lux
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Thank you Perost.

eno, I really like your macro shots.



ebookman
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Nex 5n Minolta MD Zoom 35-70mm f/3.5 (55mm filter) non-macro version.



freaklikeme
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Thanks, everyone. Much appreciated for the kind words.

D- she did, and she was happy and active right up until her last two days. We should all be so lucky.

Joe- hadn't considered canvas. I usually print B&W on neutral to cool rag, but I do have a roll of canvas. I'll have to give that a try. Thanks for the suggestion.



ebookman
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Nex 5n -- Carl Zeiss Jens 135mm f'3.5



alwang
Registered: Sep 02, 2011
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Jupiter-3:


turf nights by alwang, on Flickr



LightShow
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Topcor 58/1.4 +7



wfrank
Registered: Feb 09, 2011
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Nice golden colors there LightShow.

Not the best flower shot in the world, nor the best flower or bokeh lens, the Voigtländer 15/4.5. But given the usual sloppy handheld shooting technique I embrace the crop turned out impressive. NEX 5N.



The crop (no local fixing here..)





LightShow
Registered: Aug 03, 2009
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Thanks.
I do like the rendering the cv15 has.



ebookman
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Friends visited today with their seven year old daughter who liked the deer in the yard. All shots were taken with Nex 5n Leica Elmar 50mm f/2.8



Phillip Reeve
Registered: Sep 17, 2011
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wfrank wrote:
Not the best flower shot in the world, nor the best flower or bokeh lens, the Voigtländer 15/4.5. But given the usual sloppy handheld shooting technique I embrace the crop turned out impressive. NEX 5N.

so, how do you like it so far?











alwang
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wfrank wrote:
Not the best flower shot in the world, nor the best flower or bokeh lens, the Voigtländer 15/4.5. But given the usual sloppy handheld shooting technique I embrace the crop turned out impressive. NEX 5N.



The near corners look pretty sharp in that shot too. I'm going to try to do a comparison this week between the CV15 and the Samyang 14/2.8 mounted on NEX. I'm curious whether the Samyang will give me anything to justify the massive size difference.



wfrank
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alwang wrote:
The near corners look pretty sharp in that shot too. I'm going to try to do a comparison this week between the CV15 and the Samyang 14/2.8 mounted on NEX. I'm curious whether the Samyang will give me anything to justify the massive size difference.


From my experience the Samyang is superb on the Canon 5D2. But bad far corners on a FF. Put on the NEX I fail to get the same crystal pixel sharpness that the FF gives, but the edge sharpness is better simply because of the crop sensor size. But it has the speed the Voigt lacks, and in particular on FF it can do pleasing short DOF things that the Voigt doesnt come close to - but that advantage wont make me put the Samyang on the NEX as I have the Voigt now. Would be interesting to see your conclusions on the subject :-)

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That bald eagle impresses Phillip. Very nice makes me think about getting something longer though I know I have trouble focusing the NEX even with a nice Jena 135.


Phillip Reeve wrote:
wfrank wrote:
Not the best flower shot in the world, nor the best flower or bokeh lens, the Voigtländer 15/4.5. But given the usual sloppy handheld shooting technique I embrace the crop turned out impressive. NEX 5N.

so, how do you like it so far?


I like it but it's not equivalent to a ZE 21/2.8 on an FF. The sharpest thing I've put on the NEX is the Contax G 21/2.8 - except that corners are beyond horrible - and the Voigt is nowhere near that. But it does what it does good. The size on a cam like the NEX 5N is unbeatable, a very neat combo. It's my first M-mount and l like the focusing thingy and it looks pretty cool on the cam if things like that counts :-)

Two more from a walk two hours ago. C&C welcome, overworked?

DSC02546 1280 by Wilhelm Frank - Stockholm, on Flickr

And a local motif I've tried with various lenses before:

DSC02538 1280 by Wilhelm Frank - Stockholm, on Flickr



sebboh
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sweet birds phillip! any idea how the 200/4 compares to the earlier 200/3.5?

a show with the g28:




ISO1600
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_DSC0835 by Chris.jpg, on Flickr


_DSC0816 by Chris.jpg, on Flickr


_DSC0822 by Chris.jpg, on Flickr

SOOC JPEG



alwang
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Sony 35/1.8:


eden by alwang, on Flickr


hello there by alwang, on Flickr


ford tough by alwang, on Flickr



Phillip Reeve
Registered: Sep 17, 2011
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sebboh wrote:
sweet birds phillip! any idea how the 200/4 compares to the earlier 200/3.5?

I had one and liked it, but it was too bulky for my taste.
Optically i didn't compare them myself.

From what i read in a german Minolta forum the 3.5 seems to be a little weaker @f/3.5 than the 4 @f/4, stopped down they are quite similar. The 3.5 also has a longer focus throw.



ebookman
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A few shots with Nex 5n and the G90 and CV15



joevain
Registered: Aug 29, 2012
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Alwang - Love the shot with the Jupiter-3, amazing.
Phil - Stunning set, those bird shots are incredible.
Seb - I can always tell without looking at the author which shots belong to you, love the fence shot.
Wfrank - Love the motif.



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