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Phillip Reeve
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rji2goleez
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All incredible images on the last page and Phillip, wonderful as usual.

Here's one from this morning . . . low light, some street light reflections, handheld with the Minolta 40/2 CLE on the NEX-5N. It was shot at ISO 800 and f/2.8.



naturephoto1
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rji2goleez wrote:
All incredible images on the last page and Phillip, wonderful as usual.

Here's one from this morning . . . low light, some street light reflections, handheld with the Minolta 40/2 CLE on the NEX-5N. It was shot at ISO 800 and f/2.8.


Lots of Ginkgo biloba leaves in that photo. How do you like your new little Minolta gem?

Rich



rji2goleez
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I'm excited about what I see so far (just got it the other day). I really like the small size and the sharpness. I need to shoot with it more this weekend but I can see this as my walk around prime on the a7R.



uhoh7
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70400g





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Phillip Reeve
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rji2goleez wrote:
I'm excited about what I see so far (just got it the other day). I really like the small size and the sharpness. I need to shoot with it more this weekend but I can see this as my walk around prime on the a7R.

I am really tempted to sell my G45 and replace it with the 2/40 for my A7 which should arrive in 10 or 11 days
I am only worried about the extreme corners, in Makten's images they were lousy at f/5.6.

uhoh7 wrote:
70400g

how does such a big lens handle on a Nex?







Und damit hier keienr glaubt ich würde der Natur untreu:





Jim Schemel
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NEX 7 / SMC Takumar 200 @ f4


Chicken Feet by jmschemel, on Flickr



Jim Schemel
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Lets get this thread back to the top

50mm SMC Takumar @ 1.4 this lens is actually pretty sharp WO


Blacksmith Portrait by jmschemel, on Flickr



Phillip Reeve
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Jim Schemel wrote:
Lets get this thread back to the top

there were times when 6 or 7 pages were posted a day, now we are down to maybe 1/2 page a day
I hope it will get better when the A7(r) is shipped.


squirrels by Phillip Reeve, on Flickr


fern in the forest by Phillip Reeve, on Flickr


sheep bw by Phillip Reeve, on Flickr


sheep by Phillip Reeve, on Flickr



Jacob D
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CoDaQue wrote:
Finally got round to PP my shots from my trip to Istambul in 2012.

It was my first time shooting this much with MF lenses, a lot of OOF shots, but also a lot of fun.

Used NEX-5N and CV15, CV40 (now sold and traded for CV50 1.5), MD50 1.7 and MD28 2.8.

Here are some favourites:

All PPed in Lr4. No side trips to Nik filters, yay!

Thanks for looking!

Great work on these. The PP is spot on. How are you liking your 50/1.5 vs. the 40/1.4? I was tempted to make that switch at one point, but alas the 40/1.4 is close to my heart and I couldn't trade it away.



Jim Schemel
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Phillip - I love the last sheep shot.The leaves on his wool add a nice touch.What kind of sheep is this with the long hair?



Jacob D
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Here is a set from a recent hike and some stealth camping on the outskirts of town. 5N + CV 40, and CV 21/1.8































Phillip Reeve
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Jim Schemel wrote:
Phillip - I love the last sheep shot.The leaves on his wool add a nice touch.What kind of sheep is this with the long hair?

thanks :-)

I have no idea about the race, I really like nature an I am happy that I can take most of my pictures no more than 3 kilometers from my home, but I am a city boy none the less.



feichkop
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uhoh7
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dkerins
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Trying some close distance shots with my G28 Frankenziess.








rji2goleez
Registered: Jun 24, 2003
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A few random shots with the Minolta 40/2 CLE on NEX-5N. At Lakewood Cemetary in Minneapolis.



alan_m
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Great stuff over the past couple of pages!

Olympus OM Zuiko 50/1.8 "made in Japan" (from JPG, had to use an old laptop with PS CS3 that wouldn't recognise F3's RAWs):


DSC04935 by specularist, on Flickr


DSC04929 by specularist, on Flickr


DSC04927 by specularist, on Flickr


DSC04923 by specularist, on Flickr


DSC04918 by specularist, on Flickr



MRosth
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CoDaQue
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The 40 is like complicated women, you have to go through all the irrationality to get the most beautiful moments of bliss.

Well, the 50 F1.5 has a more "predictable" rendition, also is a little bit heavier.

I bought because of it's reputation (namely Sean Reid) at a very good price.

I must say that it gets less use than the 40 did because, at that time, I did not have a Fuji-X system.

I use the CV50 mainly for famliy and friends snaps as there is no pressure to get good shots, but, when I nail focus, the portraits are amazing.

Not bad at landscape either.



If there where no issues with the CV15, I would trade my NEX-5n for an A7.



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