NEX Images Thread
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Andrew Gough
Registered: Jun 10, 2005
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In an effort to consolidate the threads, post your images here...



MarkWeston
Registered: Jun 20, 2004
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Nice photos of Hong Kong Andrew. Here is one from Santa Monica, California. NEX-5, Zeiss ZM 35 f2.0







corndog
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That first shot at the top, I don't think my camera would have handled that so well, is the NEX-5 known for good dynamic range? Was there any pp?



Sam N
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It is an overcast day and the sky is still blown out. That's nothing any other current APS-C sensor couldn't do. It is a nice shot, though, and well exposed.

The colors on the 2nd 28mm Skopar shot are very nice.



dpap1978
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philber: would you say that the zm35mmf2.8 is as sharp at infinity as it is at medium distances?



Andrew Gough
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corndog wrote:
That first shot at the top, I don't think my camera would have handled that so well, is the NEX-5 known for good dynamic range? Was there any pp?


The shots were all processed through corner fix to remove color issues. Then I ran them through my usual PP process. I am finding that he NEX files do have a little headroom to reclaim blown highlights somewhat. They are nowhere near my 1ds2 files, but given what the camera is, I think that they are quite good.

Personally, is was a real pleasure to carry the NEX and a few small lenses for the day. I know that my back sure appreciated it

I have shots with the ZM18mm that I'll post later today, once I have built the corner fix profile.



sebboh
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a few wide open shots with the pen f 42/1.2 on a NEX-3:































Gary Clennan
Registered: Mar 29, 2007
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Very nice Sebboh! Would you be able to post a pic of that lens mounted on the NEX? I am seriously considering picking one up...



philber
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Lovely pics with the ZF 25, Gary!



sebboh
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thanks, the lens is definitely not a pancake (or lightweight) but it is noticeably smaller and better balanced on the NEX than any slr 50mm i've tried. i posted some more shots from and of the lens on the "mirrorless alt thread". it is by far my most used lens on the NEX. a couple shots of it on the camera:











dpap1978
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that looks pretty damn good to me!



akul
Registered: May 30, 2010
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Great everyone.

I just was too curious not to try out. Here are shots with Nikkor 24-70 f2/8 G with NEX.









akul
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NEX + ZF35 ( Pardon for some overlap with other thread )







Andrew Gough
Registered: Jun 10, 2005
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Great stuff, keep them coming! Anybody got some zm 25mm samples?



philber
Registered: May 21, 2008
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Love your bench, door, fence and railing shots, akul!



Gary Clennan
Registered: Mar 29, 2007
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philber wrote:
Lovely pics with the ZF 25, Gary!


Thanks Philber!



akul
Registered: May 30, 2010
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Thanks Philber. Love your Castle ( sorry, I don't know whether it is a castle or not ) shots. Details are great !


Akul



corposant
Registered: Jul 14, 2010
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akul wrote:
Great everyone.

I just was too curious not to try out. Here are shots with Nikkor 24-70 f2/8 G with NEX.
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Did you lose your back cap?



akul
Registered: May 30, 2010
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Ha ha,

The biggest problem with NEX is lack of lens rear cap, and body cap.

No no, I just was missing the body cap

I must admit that it looked like a camera attached to a telescope, however, I was surprised how well focusing ring worked. Better than 50 1.4 D focusing ring.

Akul



sebboh
Registered: Nov 02, 2009
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akul wrote:
Ha ha,

The biggest problem with NEX is lack of lens rear cap, and body cap.

No no, I just was missing the body cap

I must admit that it looked like a camera attached to a telescope, however, I was surprised how well focusing ring worked. Better than 50 1.4 D focusing ring.

Akul



yeah from the few i've tried the nikon afs focus rings tend to be better than the af-d ones.



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