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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DE View Post
    Here is a shot I did with the Sony Alpha adapter, ext tubes, and a Minolta 100-300 AF on a NEX 5
    Hi Jim
    And a welcome from me too
    Great shot - and a splendidly idiosyncratic setup. Did you use a tripod?

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    Jono,
    Those last few, especially the top of the wine bottle shot are very nice for 1600 and kit lens.
    Were these shots RAWs converted in Aperture of sooc jpegs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Personally I don't feel like there is excessive NR going on robbing detail above 800. I've posted a bunch of shots on the first page of this thread of ISO 1600's. Granted they don't have all the hairs from the bee but I think they show good detail.
    Thanks Terry, that is good to know that there is not excessive NR going on in the camera's jpeg engine.
    Here is a link Douglas sent me,
    http://www.hklfc.com/forum/?o=topic&...d=48414&page=6

    with some NEX shots taken with Leica M glass especially the 35/1.4 'Lux ASPH and if I compare those shots to ones I have seen with the same lens on a M8/M9 or with shots I take with my Zeiss glass on my 1ds3 I don't see the same clarity or sharpness level. Yes, there are a lot of different factors involved like hand-holding/focusing techique, reduction and sharpening to web flow, etc. So I know it is hard to compare like this.
    I am, along with a lot of other people I am sure, are interested in seeing to what high IQ levels this new NEX system can achieve with the finest M glass.
    Is it close to the M8/M9 with M glass or not? Does the higher pixel density 1.5 crop sensor system of the NEX5 cross the limit of what Leica M glass can deliver?
    I am waiting first for the LR update and for Photokina announcements before I buy the NEX5. Until then I will enjoy seeing everyones great posts here in this thread.

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    Jonoslack, Yes, it was shot on a tripod in my backyard. We are loaded with dragonflies in the backyard so subject's are plentiful. The Alpha adapter has a tripod socket which I used for this set-up.

    I also use the NEX 5 with my Contax G lenses with a Kipon adapter as well. I am really enjoying the heck out of this camera.

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    Michael,
    Really like your photo, hope that it's alright for me to use it as my desktop picture.
    What lens did you use and what program are you using for PP and stitching.
    Please post more of your work.

    Jerry

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    A850 + 16-35 + 2 stop soft GND. Spray Park, Mt Rainier Natl Park

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    I'm about to dip my toes into new lensens, but lenses are so freaking expensive so I'm thinking of buying this M to E adaptor and then cross my fingers my dad will lend me some of his M lenses. Does it seem like an okay adaptor, its the cheapest on ebay http://cgi.ebay.com/Leica-M-lens-Son...ns_Accessories

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    As for braketing - unlike HDR the bracketing is only for 2/3 EV max in either direction for three shots so a lot less bracketing lattitude. However, like HDR it is fast rapid fire so again you can get away with a handheld bracketed exposure.
    The handheld HDR doesn't work due to "rapid fire." The camera does auto alignment. HHT & AMB modes use six images, and they work just as well. Pentax DSLRs have HDR too, but regardless of how rapid the three shots are fired, it's next to impossible to get a sharp image without a tripod.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Razii View Post
    The handheld HDR doesn't work due to "rapid fire." The camera does auto alignment. HHT & AMB modes use six images, and they work just as well. Pentax DSLRs have HDR too, but regardless of how rapid the three shots are fired, it's next to impossible to get a sharp image without a tripod.
    Sorry, I assumed the alignment was happening in all of these modes and that alignment got harder to achieve when the shots were spaced further apart. I'm thinking leaves on trees blowing in the wind.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DE View Post
    Jonoslack, Yes, it was shot on a tripod in my backyard. We are loaded with dragonflies in the backyard so subject's are plentiful. The Alpha adapter has a tripod socket which I used for this set-up.

    I also use the NEX 5 with my Contax G lenses with a Kipon adapter as well. I am really enjoying the heck out of this camera.
    Not so many dragonflies around here (just wasps) - I'd forgotten about the tripod socket - my adapter hasn't arrived yet (what a good idea).

    Still wishing I hadn't sold those G lenses

    Quote Originally Posted by wayne_s View Post
    Jono,
    Those last few, especially the top of the wine bottle shot are very nice for 1600 and kit lens.
    Were these shots RAWs converted in Aperture of sooc jpegs?
    Yes - Aperture conversion - seems good - great colour too.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Jono, you rascal you. I've finally managed to convince myself that I'm not going to buy the NEX, and then you post one temptation after the other. Great portraits of your son btw.

    But since you have bought the thing; what are your thoughts about the 16mm? Unfortunately, that one and the Pentax 15mm f/4 are the only compact WA primes for DX, and I need exactly that.
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Jono, you rascal you. I've finally managed to convince myself that I'm not going to buy the NEX, and then you post one temptation after the other. Great portraits of your son btw.

    But since you have bought the thing; what are your thoughts about the 16mm? Unfortunately, that one and the Pentax 15mm f/4 are the only compact WA primes for DX, and I need exactly that.
    Hi Jorgen
    I'm afraid that the Pentax files really didn't 'do it' for me - the camera was lovely to use, but, in the end, it wasn't that small unless you used the primes . . and I have the Leica for that.

    The NEX files look better to me, especially at high ISO - the kit zoom seems much better than it oughta (better than the 16-50 DA at any rate).

    no real judgement on the 16mm yet, but it seems to be perfectly serviceable (better in the centre as you might imagine)

    Not too much time to play this weekend, and I don't have the adapters yet

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    re: Fun With Sony _____

    Quote Originally Posted by LoSenior View Post
    Michael,
    Really like your photo, hope that it's alright for me to use it as my desktop picture.
    What lens did you use and what program are you using for PP and stitching.
    Please post more of your work.

    Jerry

    Jerry,

    Sure, I'll send you a bill

    Feel free to use it as a desktop image.

    It was taken with the Sony 70-300 G lens, at the 70mm focal length. I shot 6 images framed vertically and stitched them in PS3. I'm looking into stitching programs because PS3 has real trouble with a few images (fails to properly stitch them), but mostly, PS3 has been just fine for that work.

    As I go through more from that trip, I'll post a few...


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    Hornblade..... Very Nice!

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Ooops
    I left it on 3200 ISO, and didn't notice for a while . . . . so here are a couple at ISO 3200:





    processed in Aperture - no noise reduction added.

    I know that in decent (this was evening) light that high ISO isn't usually so much of an issue - but this bodes very well for shooting action stuff.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Here's a couple from my first outing with the NEX 5, with the 18-55mm kit lens. These are PP in CS4 from jpeg (c'mon Adobe, catch up!). Lovin' it so far.

    Attachment 33989 Attachment 33990

    Cheers,
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by simonclivehughes View Post
    Here's a couple from my first outing with the NEX 5, with the 18-55mm kit lens. These are PP in CS4 from jpeg (c'mon Adobe, catch up!). Lovin' it so far.



    Cheers,
    Both great Simon

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Here are some poppies from this morning



    We went out riding today . . .
    Chris looked after the truck and the beer:



    Kay and Lucy


    Kay relaxing afterwards:


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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Here are some poppies from this morning

    We went out riding today . . .
    Chris looked after the truck and the beer:

    Kay and Lucy

    Kay relaxing afterwards:
    Hey !
    I really like the last picture. Nice mood and nice BW tones.

    Here are some pictures from the last days. Nothing special.
    The Sunflower pic shows you the bokeh of the 90mm Contax G once more.
    Will try to shoot some nice " Kirmes" pictures at night in the next days.

    The pictures are shot with the 16mm Sony (4) and Contax 45mm(5) + 90mm (1,2,3 and 6).

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    Rainy day in Edinburgh

    We went over to see the Edward Weston exhibition, which was marvellous.

    Then a walk around in the pouring rain to try and photograph some of the action in the Royal Mile.

    All A900 CZ135/1.8
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    Few more from the High Street







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    My Pal, happy in the rain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoSenior View Post
    One from today.
    Regards, Jerry
    I love it Jerry, but have no idea what it is - perhaps window in aircraft?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hornblade View Post


    A850 + 16-35 + 2 stop soft GND. Spray Park, Mt Rainier Natl Park


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    Still raining?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gilgameshist View Post
    A900 CZ 135/1.8 @ISO 640



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    A gannet "Are you talking to me?"
    Wouldn't want to get too close to that
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    I love it Jerry, but have no idea what it is - perhaps window in aircraft?
    David,
    Thanks for the compliment. I'm inside a nuclear cooling tower
    shooting through the opening. Two of these towers were started about 25 years ago and never completed. I have relatives that invested $20,000 in this project. The Bonds were AAA rated and became worthless.
    The city where the towers are located has developed the area into an Industrial park that is doing rather well.
    I taked to project manager and she allowed me to go in and take some pictures, they are huge and I was by myself for over an hour.
    Before I left I tried shouting and the echos were something, they seemed to go on for ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Still raining?

    David,

    Really like your pictures, the one of your Dad is a favorite. I can relate to your dad and I'm happy to see that you two are out shooting together.
    Still Raining is super, great capture with the ZA135, I'm getting mine out and go try and get photos.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    My Voigtländer 35mm 1.4 Nokton finally arrived, a couple of quick photos (wide open)... will test for smearing at infinity tomorrow morning.






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    Quote Originally Posted by LoSenior View Post
    David,
    Thanks for the compliment. I'm inside a nuclear cooling tower
    shooting through the opening. Two of these towers were started about 25 years ago and never completed. I have relatives that invested $20,000 in this project. The Bonds were AAA rated and became worthless.
    The city where the towers are located has developed the area into an Industrial park that is doing rather well.
    I taked to project manager and she allowed me to go in and take some pictures, they are huge and I was by myself for over an hour.
    Before I left I tried shouting and the echos were something, they seemed to go on for ever.

    Jerry
    Jerry, Must have been very interesting to get access to that place, certainly you got some unique shots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoSenior View Post
    David,

    Really like your pictures, the one of your Dad is a favorite. I can relate to your dad and I'm happy to see that you two are out shooting together.
    Still Raining is super, great capture with the ZA135, I'm getting mine out and go try and get photos.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Jerry
    Thanks Jerry.

    It's not my Dad - In fact it is a very good friend of mine - Charlie, who is a very good photographer (recently an A.R.P.S).
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Mimaki View Post
    My Voigtländer 35mm 1.4 Nokton finally arrived, a couple of quick photos (wide open)... will test for smearing at infinity tomorrow morning.
    @ Mimaki : Looks nice !
    If you have some free time I would really appreciate to see a picture of the Nex+Lens from above+straight from the side and maybe some pictures of a wall or something (1 meter distance) at different apertures. (like f 1,4 / 2 / 4 / 5,6 for example).
    Thank you and have a nice day + fun with the new "toy".
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    Nex-5 with kit lens @ISO-6400.....not too bad


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    Finally I've found a store with the NEX-5DB. Ordered it with 24-hour-express an hope it will arrive here soon. The longer I wait, the less I liked shooting with my compact ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mimaki View Post
    My Voigtländer 35mm 1.4 Nokton finally arrived, a couple of quick photos (wide open)... will test for smearing at infinity tomorrow morning.
    Mimaki, highly appreciate the above pictures. Makes me really hopeful about the Nokton. Waiting with bated breath for the results from your smearing tests.
    A900 with a few lenses, flashes etc.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    No kidding! I've probably got another week before the Nokton arrives, so I'll be disappointed if the Nokton shows smearing before I even get to try it.

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    Lightroom 3.2 Release Candidate for Macintosh and Windows.


    Newly supported camera models include:

    • Casio EXILIM EX-FH100 (DNG*)
    • Leica S2 (DNG*)
    • Panasonic DMC-FZ100
    • Panasonic DMC-FZ40 (FZ45)
    • Panasonic DMC-LX5
    • Pentax 645D
    • Samsung NX10
    • Samsung TL500 (EX1)
    • Sony A290
    • Sony A390
    • Sony Alpha NEX-3
    • Sony Alpha NEX-5


    New Lens Profile Support


    ....
    Sony E 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 OSS (For NEX System)

    ...

    ->
    http://labs.adobe.com/wiki/index.php/Lightroom_3.2

    Will try it this evening

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    Greetings from Dingle...

    My composition is a little wonky but....
    NEX 5 plus kit lens RAW + LR3.2 conversion


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    Oh man! I'm officially jealous! Have a great trip Terry, and keep the pictures coming! Lovely.

    Cheers,

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    Wonderful, Terry!

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    Welcome to the Emerald Isle Terry, We're supposed to have a couple of weeks of good weather after Wednesday. Enjoy yourself.
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    Thanks everyone Eoin -it is beautiful

    ....One more from Great Blasket Island

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blasket_Islands

    NEX 5 kit lens in camera HDR - edited in LR3.2


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    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Greetings from Dingle...

    My composition is a little wonky but....
    NEX 5 plus kit lens RAW + LR3.2 conversion
    Wow !

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Nice, Terry. I love the light in the first one. I hope you have a wonderful trip and please send more photos.
    How is the NEX stacking up to the A900?

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    I particularly like the first one.
    A900 with a few lenses, flashes etc.

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    Lovely pictures Terry,

    cannot wait to get my NEX5

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    Thanks everyone Eoin -it is beautiful

    ....One more from Great Blasket Island

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blasket_Islands

    NEX 5 kit lens in camera HDR - edited in LR3.2

    Love this one--well, the other also where the light was lovely but I just love ruins. The NEX is doing well and yay for the LR upgrade. Keep posting and we'll keep being envious.

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    Greetings from Dingle...

    My composition is a little wonky but....
    NEX 5 plus kit lens RAW + LR3.2 conversion


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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    Love this one--well, the other also where the light was lovely but I just love ruins. The NEX is doing well and yay for the LR upgrade. Keep posting and we'll keep being envious.

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