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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Yes I did quiet some. The files can handle it. Probably the photo's got a little softer but I find that no problem for this subject.
    And they where all shot wide open.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Well, let me join the fun with some Infrared images from a converted full-spectrum NEX-3.

    B&W 099 Infracolor + Nikkor 28mm 3.5

    "IR sunburst"

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    NEX-3 + B&W 099 Infracolor + Nikkor 28mm 3.5

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    NEX-3 + B&W 099 Infracolor + Nikkor 28mm 3.5

    "Central Park, New York City"

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    Congrats, Michiel. Thanks for sharing the precious moment!

    Thor, I like "Central Park, New York City" a lot. That's a place I have stood many times, but shown in a very different light!

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    Spectacular colours Thor . . .
    unlike these!
    All taken early this morning on the fen, with the 18-200 and no gloves!









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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    I thought I'd contribute, while I waited for the NEX7 that my wife got me for x-mas.... So, I could finally give her back her NEX-5...lol.

    (NEX5 + LA-EA2 + CZ 85 F1.4)

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    Nice photos everyone......Thor, that's a great CP shot.

    Here a few "less" frosty pics from today with the CV APO-Lanthar 180.









    All the best......R

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    Nice pictures everyone!

    Maybe an option for those who are looking for an (ultra)wide lens and don't mind the bulk: I just reactivated my F-Mount DX Tokina 12-24mm/4 for the Nex 5n and like the results so far.


    "DON'T BE A MAYBE" - Highlight Towers, Munich


    Nex 5n, Tokina 12-24mm/4 @ 12mm & ≈ f/5.6



    "Inside/Outside" - Highlight Towers, Munich


    Nex 5n, Tokina 12-24mm/4 @ 12mm & ≈ f/5.6



    Hope you like it and thanks for your interest.
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    Walking Early
    Shots with the 18-200







    Working Late
    this time with the Leica 16-18-21 WATE at 16mm with the Hawks Helicoid adapter.








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    Carlos Echenique | Carlos Echenique Photography | Sony 𝛼7 II - 2 Sony FE Zooms - Lots of Canon FD Glass | Olympus Pen-F - M.Zuiko 17mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 25mm f/1.8, M.Zuiko 45mm f/1.8, Rokinon 12mm f/2 NCS

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    NEX5 with SEL18200...
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Last thursday I became grandfather for the first time in my life. Here are 3 pics of my grandson from the day he was born.
    Congrats, Michiel !
    Very nice pics as well

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    Thanks Rafael
    Also for coming all the way to the other "camp" to congratulate me

    All the best.
    I will post again "illegally" in our Bokeh thread. I wished it could be moved to the all camera department.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Inspired by a lot of good pictures in this thread and some others too, yesterday I purchased secondhand (mint condition) Nex-3 with 18-55 mm lens. Here is one of my first image taken with it:

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Three from tonight.


    Carlos......very nice shot and composition.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    HI There
    Carlos - that Racing Stripes shot is very cool - excellent.
    Marq - excellent shot - concentration of expression - really good
    Hermann - don't be a maybe! -indeed, and I must try my old Sigma 12-24
    Rich - body surfing on a warm day - seems a long way off in our grey winter!
    Hosermage - lovely

    However - sometimes there's sunshine! And someone things it's warm enough to swim!


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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Jono & Rich: thank you very much.
    I will say one thing about the NEX-7 - it certain has great colors. I find that I do almost no post processing other than the occasional crop. Very nice files.

    Jono - What is it with the WATE and English clouds? I have a shot of Stonehenge that I took with the WATE on my old M8 and the clouds have that same feel.


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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Carlos: "Racing Stripes" - nice composition and bold colors .
    Marq: Very nice casual portrait, love it!
    Rich: To me a great reminiscence of warmer days in the US when I was travelling there three months ago (maybe next time Hawai would be an option ), very much appreciated now in wet-cold German winter!
    Hosermage: Like the composition and the expression, great eye for the decisive moment!
    Jono: The mood of the light captered in a perfect way! Very, very nice colours. What lens?

    But, regardless of sunny days once in a while here as well, it's still dark and cold over here, so one more from the "Tollwood"-series:


    "Winter Tollwood", Munich


    Nex 5n, 16/2.8 @ f/5.0 & ISO 3200


    Hope you like it and thanks for your interest.
    Best regards - Hermann

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    For me, "Winter Tollwood" is the best. Very nice, Hermann!

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Jono & Rich: thank you very much.
    I will say one thing about the NEX-7 - it certain has great colors. I find that I do almost no post processing other than the occasional crop. Very nice files.

    Jono - What is it with the WATE and English clouds? I have a shot of Stonehenge that I took with the WATE on my old M8 and the clouds have that same feel.


    Stonehenge by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr

    I don't know about your old M8, but the M9 had a few Firmware updates recently and corrected the color cast problem by and large. It certainly corrected it for my M9 + WATE.

    K-H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    For me, "Winter Tollwood" is the best. Very nice, Hermann!
    Vivek: Thanks a lot for the feedback and the encouragement, really much appreciated .
    Best regards - Hermann

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    NEX5 with SEL18200...
    Simple, elegant, and a memorable slice of time. Great capture!

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    Balloon Festival at Lake Havasu City, AZ
    NEX 5N and Jupiter 3 50 f/1.5



    NEX 5N and Leitz 135 elmarit-M f/2.8

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    Very nice Cindy. A dust spot on the first one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ecsh View Post
    Very nice Cindy. A dust spot on the first one.
    Joe
    + 1 with Joe .. . . except for the dust spot - isn't that something dangling from the basket?

    Carlos - I like the Stonehenge shot - interesting that the M8 has much worse colour cast with the WATE than the NEX or the M9 (and I don't really remember it talked about then - I guess you just get your eye in).

    I like the winter toll wood - and thanks for the kind remarks - the dog snap was take with the WATE

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    + 1 with Joe .. . . except for the dust spot - isn't that something dangling from the basket?
    +2 with Jono, and there is something dangling from the basket, but also a dust spot between the two balloons, ~1/3 distance from the balloon on the right.

    Btw, the Elmarit shot is my favorite, great silhouette and wonderful colours/atmosphere! (and also some dust spots left of the balloon, and one more near the right edge of the photo)

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    Okay Okay - I see it . . . . but let's not get paranoid about dust spots shall we!

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Thanks Joe, Jono and Pegelli. I have been spotting them. My sensor is really a mess. A wet cleaning is coming up. I missed those spots (I'm away from home and working on a laptop display), sorry. And yes, a line is dangling from the basket.
    Oh, Jono. You make me lust for the Noctilux. What a dream combo, NEX7 and .095 Noctilux.

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    . . . . all with the Noctilux, mostly at f0.95

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    +2 with Jono, and there is something dangling from the basket, but also a dust spot between the two balloons, ~1/3 distance from the balloon on the right.
    ecsh was right.

    The 4th shot shows at least 4 detectable spots on my screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    ecsh was right.

    The 4th shot shows at least 4 detectable spots on my screen.
    Nice to get to the important things in life eh?

    the fourth shot is also a smashing photograph - and yes, you are right, I can see the dust spots as well if I choose to look for them. I tend to have my screen turned down low for evening viewing, and they're not so obvious then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Oh, Jono. You make me lust for the Noctilux. What a dream combo, NEX7 and .095 Noctilux.
    HI Cindy - it's lots of fun - especially if you have the Hawks adapter to allow focusing a little closer

    But really it deserves to be on the M9.

    Here are two from earlier today - but pretty much the full frame (might be slightly straightened). Both shot at 0.95 and much closer than the normal 1metre close focus











    . . . . . and here's one shot at f2.8 - of course, it's an obligatory cat snap:




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    Pleaase don't tell me what a Noctilux costs....

    Great shots all.


    Jono, that tulip shot has a ethereal mistiness about it. Is that jusy the extreme shallow dof?
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    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    NEX-7 and a lens. Not sure if it was a pen F 42/1.2 or a Canon 50/0.95.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Nice to get to the important things in life eh?

    the fourth shot is also a smashing photograph - and yes, you are right, I can see the dust spots as well if I choose to look for them. I tend to have my screen turned down low for evening viewing, and they're not so obvious then.

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    Yes.

    Why is it a smashing photograph, Jono? I can learn something from your description.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Yes.

    Why is it a smashing photograph, Jono? I can learn something from your description.
    Well - sorry - maybe smashing is not a useful description (very 60s way of saying excellent) rather mannered I apologise.

    I like the juxtaposition between the big ballon and the two smaller ones near the bottom (pity about the third one and fourth ones, but you can't have everything). It makes a neat and rhythmical compositional counterpoint. I like the colour, but especially the action of the character in the basket brings the photo to life for me . . and now I'm enjoying the dance of the dust spots as well

    I'm not good at writing down why i like images, but you asked, so I failed!

    As for the Kikkoman photo - the bokeh looks a little rough, and I'd suggest it's more likely to be the Pen 42 - the Canon should have more of the background out of focus. I'm assuming that shot was to demonstrate the depth of field?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Pleaase don't tell me what a Noctilux costs....
    Well, not even half as much as a Hasselblad, and it'll hold it's value a whole lot better!
    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Great shots all.


    Jono, that tulip shot has a ethereal mistiness about it. Is that jusy the extreme shallow dof?
    Thank you - yes partly the silly small dof at f0.95 at 8"? Partly also the (is it called Coma - in the absence of Irwin Puts Vivek will be able to explain better) which is a response to such a wide aperture. Nice thing about the current Nocti is that it's dreamy and odd at f0.95, but sharp as a pin by f1.4

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    I think, it isn't coma but the proverbial "glow" brought about by internal reflections. It may not show up if the light is different.

    Here is one from the Canon 50/0.95, stopped down a tad (close to f/1.2).


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

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    Well - sorry - maybe smashing is not a useful description (very 60s way of saying excellent) rather mannered I apologise.

    I like the juxtaposition between the big ballon and the two smaller ones near the bottom (pity about the third one and fourth ones, but you can't have everything). It makes a neat and rhythmical compositional counterpoint. I like the colour, but especially the action of the character in the basket brings the photo to life for me . . and now I'm enjoying the dance of the dust spots as well

    I'm not good at writing down why i like images, but you asked, so I failed!

    As for the Kikkoman photo - the bokeh looks a little rough, and I'd suggest it's more likely to be the Pen 42 - the Canon should have more of the background out of focus. I'm assuming that shot was to demonstrate the depth of field?

    all the best

    Thanks, Jono. Better than "smashing".


    As for the Kikkoman photo - the bokeh looks a little rough, and I'd suggest it's more likely to be the Pen 42 - the Canon should have more of the background out of focus. I'm assuming that shot was to demonstrate the depth of field?
    Actually, not. It is part of a series of tests I am doing to observe the fast lens behaviors under various light. That one was using a diffuse flash.

    DOF depends on the magnification, in addition to the aperture.

    This one (I have shown this earlier in another thread) was using an Olympus pen F 38/3.5 macro (effective aperture ~f/5):


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    Bokeh from that lens is pretty smooth.
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Thanks, Jono. Better than "smashing".




    Actually, not. It is part of a series of tests I am doing to observe the fast lens behaviors under various light. That one was using a diffuse flash.

    DOF depends on the magnification, in addition to the aperture.

    This one (I have shown this earlier in another thread) was using an Olympus pen F 38/3.5 macro (effective aperture ~f/5):


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    Bokeh from that lens is pretty smooth.
    Now - there's an image I can relate to . . counterpoint blah blah
    erm . . . smashing shot Vivek

    (there are Wallace and Gromit connections to 'smashing' FWIW).

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Some more wide open shots. I was playing with that big Russian bulk lens, the Helios 40-2.
    You can see it in the first shot. And then this couple from Luxembourg asked me to take a picture of them with their phone. I said; I prefered to take a portrait with my camera and they agreed. I will send them some jpeg's.
    I did not get that many keepers, because it was dark, cold, raining a bit, stormy weather and I did not shoot the lens for some time and had trouble to get things in focus. But the lens has character.

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    Uwe - that's lovely - we have trees to compete around here, but it's all so flat!
    Michiel, those kids will be really pleased with that shot.

    Here's another with the Noctilux on the NEX7 - at f2 this time:


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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    This is a pointless picture . . .but I still like it (maybe I should talk to Camel about it!)
    taken with the Leica 75 'cron


    Here is another:





    and just to show that this esoterica (i.e. fantastic glass an unmemorable subjects) is not vital, here are a couple with the humble Sony 18-200

    This is Caspar with his new friend (although I'm not sure that Bonzo was so convinced)


    and here he is, trying to deprive Bonzo of his valuable stick (Caspar is not impressed by the value of sticks, but he understands that others are, and feels it important to deprive them of the pleasure wherever possible)

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Lovely dog, Jono! Great shots of the shaggy and not-so-shaggy beasts.

    A few from an hour or so ago, all taken with the trusty Tamron 80-200mm + Nex-7







    The camera white balance was set on, um *cough* Daylight.

    I know susnsets can be considered by some as a bit cheesy, but I like them, so there!

    Touch of fill flash for the second one.
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    Nice Quentin. Excellent colour I notice. How did you set the white balance?

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Love that footpath photo...

    here's a recent one with NEX5 and CV35f1.2


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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Nice Quentin. Excellent colour I notice. How did you set the white balance?
    Hi Jono, thanks - and it was daylight (see my comments with the pics...). Not much (any) flare with the Tamron.
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    Love that footpath photo...

    here's a recent one with NEX5 and CV35f1.2

    Clever shot!
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