NEX Images Thread
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Kingfishphoto
Registered: Nov 26, 2005
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Thanks Jordan for the info and photos.
Harry



Jman13
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NEX-6 and Sigma 30 @ f/2.8:







Phillip Reeve
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Jman13
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Wild bokeh with that lens.

Got the 18-105mm G today. It has crazy distortion throughout the zoom range, but the in-camera and LR profiles take care of it quite well, so you never have to see it. Even with the distortion correction, it's got quite good image quality. It's weakest at 18mm, but even still fairly good there. Quite sharp through the rest of the range, even wide open. Kind of amazing to have f/4 constant through such a broad zoom range. It's big, but pretty light.

Here's one shot at 60mm, f/13, 1/6 second handhelld:







Jman13
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Two from tonight with the NEX-6 and Zeiss 16-70. Of course, with the super slow shutter speed of the second, I could have used a coke bottle for the same effect.













Jman13
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Wow, it really has gone quiet in here.

Two with the 18-105 G, both at f/4. First at 40mm, second at 105mm













peter_n
Registered: Nov 29, 2010
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NEX-7 and Leica Elmarit-M 24/2.8.



ebookman
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Nex 6 with Contax Zeiss-Sonnar 80-200mm F/4 taken at F/8









































Kalainen
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Season of Summer Light
Week 23, Saturday - Wood sorrels and some blue flowers
"I just love the quality of SEL50F18 (50mm/1.8 E-mount lens). This was originally a full body shot with some empty space on top of Aura. What you see is a pretty extreme 3,2 Mpix crop from the center. Still pretty good quality. [...]"

Read full post at my blog: http://www.yearofthealpha.com


Jman13
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NEX-6 with 18-105/4 @ 105mm, f/4.







arduluth
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Follow the Path
Contag G 28mm f/2.8 at f/2.8 on NEX-5R


Flickr: Follow the Path by diogenic


Phillip Reeve
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BenM
Registered: Jun 21, 2005
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Country: Australia

Bought some VSCO film packs for LR4 a while back so I could see how they create various "looks".

Practiced on an old shot of the kids at the local weir from my old NEX 7. Miss that camera - should have kept it even though I have an A7R now.



mountain_drew
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[/url]DSC01005.jpg by mocha_java, on Flickr



mountain_drew
Registered: Jan 22, 2014
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DSC01000.jpg by mocha_java, on Flickr



kevindar
Registered: May 06, 2006
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One more of my daughter. Face recognition. should have had eye recognition on
flickr-04067 by kevindar, on Flickr



Jman13
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One from today with the Zeiss 16-70/4. Yet again, I had time to stop by a waterfall location I'd never been to (was not a planned photography trip), and didn't have a tripod plate with me, so I had to hand-hold with OSS. But, I at least know this gorge has some amazing angles, some of which I couldn't really explore because of the lack of tripod and the fact I didn't have waders. Still, I did roll up my jeans and take my shoes off, and I stood up to mid calf in the stream to get this angle. I just wish I had my tripod to get a little longer exposure and probably better framing, since I would have been able to be more deliberate, though this is pretty much the shot I was after. I'll count it as a scouting trip, and will have to return some other day and get the good shots.

NEX-6, 16-70mm @ 38mm, f/13, 1/8 sec handheld:






Jman13
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Some from earlier, all with the 16-70:



















Jman13
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Three with the Sony 18-105mm f/4 G:



















bdavis5085
Registered: Jun 11, 2014
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Nice photo



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