NEX Images Thread
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ken.vs.ryu
Registered: Apr 24, 2005
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Briantho what's you hss flash setup?



briantho
Registered: Oct 07, 2011
Total Posts: 1080
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I used my new HVL-F60M. I'm going to order the HVL-F20M to use as master for the F60M, which can then do HSS off camera with full TTL I believe.



ken.vs.ryu
Registered: Apr 24, 2005
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Thanks. I can't wait for your results with the wireless hss.



JimParsons
Registered: Jul 06, 2003
Total Posts: 217
Country: United States

Great stuff guys, I can't keep up with you.

A couple from last night with the CV15





And the CV28/3.5





Taylor Sherman
Registered: Mar 26, 2012
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naturephoto1 wrote:
Taylor,

The top photo is taken of Diablo Lake?

Rich


Yep!



Taylor Sherman
Registered: Mar 26, 2012
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alan - love the pink seaweed shot!



Jim Schemel
Registered: Oct 18, 2006
Total Posts: 4800
Country: United States

A few from today
-Jim

Photex 35/ Nex 7
Red Door by jmschemel, on Flickr

Leica Elmar 9cm f4 / NEX 7 ( for sale on the B&S) shameless plug
Wheat on Wood Leica 90 Elmar by jmschemel, on Flickr

Photex T/S / NEX 7
Windmill Ladder by jmschemel, on Flickr



LightShow
Registered: Aug 03, 2009
Total Posts: 4911
Country: Canada

Sehfehler wrote:
I'v been trying out my FD to e-mount lensturbo now for like 2 weeks, and I'm kinda bummed out that only one of my three lenses works properly.

Canon FD 17mm/4
Doesn't reach infinity. Only mfd to like a meter.
= crap

Expert 28mm/2.8
Works great! Sure the corners are a bit fussy but for my style of photography it doesn't matter.
=Thumbs up!

Canon FL 50mm/1.8
Doesn't reach infinity. Mfd to 3 meters.
=Works for closeups.


So to summaries my experience with the lensturbo. None of the lenses that are supposed to work do, only the crappy knockoff lens works properly..

Ok, I'll see what I can do to help solve your problem, do you have a normal FD to E adapter? If so, do the all 3 lenses reach infinity on that in the same way or are there differences? This would be the first place I look for issues, The lenses could require infinity adjustment, before adjusting anything, it would be helpful to try the lenses on an FD film camera to confirm they reach infinity @ infinity since the FD adapter could be out too, and it wouldn't help to adjust them to the wrong spot.
You could adjust the LT to better match the other lenses, but without knowing if the lenses are truly out, any future lens purchase could have to be adjusted, then if you resell them you pass along the problem to someone else.



joekraft
Registered: Apr 19, 2006
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Jim I really like that last one. So many shots are TS for TS'es sake, this one really uses it to make the image.



photoomaha
Registered: Feb 14, 2005
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Senior portrait in the woods... Nex 6 with the 50mm 1.8, (I believe)



KjetilHav
Registered: Apr 02, 2005
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From a walk in the woods.All with NEX 5N + FD 24/2 in the range from f4 to f11.
























uhoh7
Registered: Nov 12, 2010
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Alan that 1782 last page very nice to my eye

Like the lower shot also, bird in flight. I've been shooting a lot of birds in flight lately. I now have about 10 feeders right out my back window, and all my telephotos are primed and ready. Once you start to catch them in action, and in focus it's very addictive.

Caused me to catch up on my bird anatomy, etc.

Caught in action, the black capped chickadee is one gorgeous flying creature. In fact, you really get a completely different perspective on about any bird when the wings are really out--and caught. Something large in field, which the eye rarely catches.



gil2
Registered: Jun 04, 2005
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"Is this the Olympus IS/L A-LIFE SIZE MACRO H.Q. CONVERTER f=13cm with the 49mm ? There seem to be a few other versions, like a B-Macro f-40mm with 55mm thread etc."
Alan

Thanks Alan. Yes, that was it on the Oly life size macro.
gil



TMaG82
Registered: Aug 31, 2012
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Silly question for you guys that shoot multiple mount glass, how do you keep track of what image is from what lens? I was switching between a Zuiko and a C/Y last night and now for the life of me I can't tell what images are from what setup since there's no EXIF data. Nor can I recall the f stop I shot at, lol. Good thing I shoot primes, so at least I can remember what foca length I was shooting at. 1/3 isn't bad.



LightShow
Registered: Aug 03, 2009
Total Posts: 4911
Country: Canada

TMaG82 wrote:
Silly question for you guys that shoot multiple mount glass, how do you keep track of what image is from what lens? I was switching between a Zuiko and a C/Y last night and now for the life of me I can't tell what images are from what setup since there's no EXIF data. Nor can I recall the f stop I shot at, lol. Good thing I shoot primes, so at least I can remember what foca length I was shooting at. 1/3 isn't bad.

The easiest is to only bring 2 lenses with very different FL's then its fairly easy to to tell by angle of view.
Use your camera phone and take a pick of your camera and lens, time stamp should help you sort it out later.



ken.vs.ryu
Registered: Apr 24, 2005
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Not sure if the exif has EV, you can calculate the aperture with the iso.



SKumar25
Registered: May 18, 2006
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JimParsons wrote:
Great stuff guys, I can't keep up with you.


Last shot is my favourite



Ronny _Olsson
Registered: Jun 24, 2012
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Sony NEX-5R + 16-50/3,5-5,6 OSS by Ronny Olsson, on Flickr

Sony NEX-5R + 16-50/3,5-5,6 OSS by Ronny Olsson, on Flickr

Sony NEX-5R + 16-50/3,5-5,6 OSS by Ronny Olsson, on Flickr



JimParsons
Registered: Jul 06, 2003
Total Posts: 217
Country: United States

SKumar25 wrote:
JimParsons wrote:
Great stuff guys, I can't keep up with you.


Last shot is my favourite


Thank you, and it was literally the last shot of the set.



JimParsons
Registered: Jul 06, 2003
Total Posts: 217
Country: United States

LightShow wrote:
TMaG82 wrote:
Silly question for you guys that shoot multiple mount glass, how do you keep track of what image is from what lens? I was switching between a Zuiko and a C/Y last night and now for the life of me I can't tell what images are from what setup since there's no EXIF data. Nor can I recall the f stop I shot at, lol. Good thing I shoot primes, so at least I can remember what foca length I was shooting at. 1/3 isn't bad.

The easiest is to only bring 2 lenses with very different FL's then its fairly easy to to tell by angle of view.
Use your camera phone and take a pick of your camera and lens, time stamp should help you sort it out later.



I do something similar. I use a note taking app that allows you to write with your finger and make cryptic notes like 28/8 for my CV28 lens @ f/8. Then I shoot the phone screen with the camera. When I d/l the pics to the computer the exif data is right there with the rest of the pics and I transfer the data using ExifChanger.

You can be as simple or as complex in what you write as the situation warrants. A zoom is a bit more problematic, but still doable.



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