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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    @ Cindy: lovely series, I like those -old- Jupiter colours!
    @ Quentin: That Tamron is on my list but no hurry and I wait a little till I know more about Sony's new High grade zooms.

    And all the others, of course

    Today I walked about near my studio with a leica R lens.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Michiel, the new Sony lenses look interesting - particulary the wide angle zoom and G series standard zoom that are on their roadmap - but I expect we will see a veritable avalanche of NEX lenses, such is the success of the format, including some from Sigma and new from Tamron. The problem is if I wait, there will always be something newer and better just over the horizon... exciting and fun but you could go mad with this stuff!

    Like the "graffiti" shots, a fave subject for me near my office in Shoredith, London (prime Banksy and others territory).
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    Interesting place, Shoreditch

    Both with Nex-7 and Zeiss F/1.8 24mm





    and late addition finally, the new Heron Tower in the City, also with the Zeiss

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Michiel and Quentin, I like the graffiti shots.
    Jono, Lovely photo of Casper and his new friend, Bonzo.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    You have Museum quality graffity portrait painters in the city, Quentin.
    Nice light and perspective in the building.


    Here's one more from our bussines district.
    (The lighter downside quarter on the right reflects another building. It is from a long distance but the lens renders quiet a lot of detail. Little men in offices.)

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Hi Cindy, Michiel

    Thanks. There is huge range of graffiti in London, some good, some less so...

    That reflection gives quite a weird effect, Michiel, lot of detail from that (expensive!) Leica lens...
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    I really like this photo!


    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    You have Museum quality graffity portrait painters in the city, Quentin.
    Nice light and perspective in the building.


    Here's one more from our bussines district.
    (The lighter downside quarter on the right reflects another building. It is from a long distance but the lens renders quiet a lot of detail. Little men in offices.)

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    That reflection gives quite a weird effect, Michiel, lot of detail from that (expensive!) Leica lens...
    +1 Lovely shot Michiel - The R lenses aren't quite so expensive at the moment Quentin . . . . until there's a solution for them from Leica and then things might get more exciting!

    The 180mm APO lenses are lovely - I have the f2.8, which is a bit heavier

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Vivek, Jono, Quentin, Uwe, Hosermage, Michiel: Thanks for sharing all those inspiring pictures, really hard to keep up ...

    An attempt to street-photography with the Nex.

    BTW: Although evidently an almost perfect tool for that genre the Nex seems to be a bit underestimated in this regard, IMO.


    "The Pointer"


    NEX-5n, Canon FDn 28/2.8 @ ≈ f/4.0 & ISO 1000


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

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Agree Hermann.
    Like your shot, seems he's trying to kill that sheep for a second time.

    Here's some street examples at night browsing through Madrid:

    Last holdouts on Puerta del Sol:


    Lonely busker:


    Both Nex 5 at ISO 1600 and the 16 mm pancake. Lovely combo to just go out and shoot.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Great night / low light shots, Herman and Pegelli. Really like the atmosphere in them all.

    IS0 1600 is very useable, as is Auto ISO around 1000-1600 ISO. I have not use the pancake much.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    I have not use the pancake much.
    To be fair neither have I. I borrowed this one for the weekend to see what I thought of it.

    Two conclusions I reached:
    - It's certainly not as bad as some people want you to believe
    - It's fun to use/small/pocketable

    However rather than running out and just "get another lens in my bag" I'm actually trying to do the same style shooting with the kit lens at 18 mm (just 2 mm less wide, but no real problem for me) and see if that doesn't meet the majority of my needs. Pocketability of the body + kit is certainly not as good but IQ/flexibility wise I have found it very well suited for my needs and stopped me from buying the 16 mm. However, don't know how "strong" I will be fighting the lens lust when I pass a shop who has a good deal on the lens waiting for me in their showcase

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    To be fair neither have I. I borrowed this one for the weekend to see what I thought of it.

    Two conclusions I reached:
    - It's certainly not as bad as some people want you to believe
    - It's fun to use/small/pocketable

    However rather than running out and just "get another lens in my bag" I'm actually trying to do the same style shooting with the kit lens at 18 mm (just 2 mm less wide, but no real problem for me) and see if that doesn't meet the majority of my needs. Pocketability of the body + kit is certainly not as good but IQ/flexibility wise I have found it very well suited for my needs and stopped me from buying the 16 mm. However, don't know how "strong" I will be fighting the lens lust when I pass a shop who has a good deal on the lens waiting for me in their showcase
    Ha, know what you mean. Try the Zeiss 24mm. Its fast at F/1.8 and an ideal general purpose focal length, around 36mm in so-called full frame format. Also a lot sharper than the pancake lens.
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    I used the pancake recently and captured this.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    I agree that the 16/2.8 has severe limitations on the NEX-7. I am hoping to add the 24/1.8 soon.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Manual focusing isn't a problem but clarity and contrast under cloudy skies (the norm here) is.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    NEX-7, Olympus pen F 40/1.4

    So, that is another reason to seeking to add the 24/1.8.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Ha, know what you mean. Try the Zeiss 24mm. Its fast at F/1.8 and an ideal general purpose focal length, around 36mm in so-called full frame format. Also a lot sharper than the pancake lens.
    You might get me into trouble here Quentin, advising me to fight the lust to buy a 200 lens by recommending I get one five times more expensive

    But I agree, it's very tempting. Will probably decide between that one or a Voigtlander 12 mm (I like exterme angles). For the time being my kit will have to do all WA duties, got plenty of longer M-mount and OM lenses, but it's WA where I'm really lean on the Nex.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    I used the pancake recently and captured this.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    I agree that the 16/2.8 has severe limitations on the NEX-7. I am hoping to add the 24/1.8 soon.
    Now, thats just WRONG!
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    You might get me into trouble here Quentin, advising me to fight the lust to buy a 200 € lens by recommending I get one five times more expensive

    But I agree, it's very tempting. Will probably decide between that one or a Voigtlander 12 mm (I like exterme angles). For the time being my kit will have to do all WA duties, got plenty of longer M-mount and OM lenses, but it's WA where I'm really lean on the Nex.
    New goodies are on their way from Sony, and no doubt others, including wide angle zooms. You better start saving!
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Ok, I caved in and ordered one. It was the picture of the sausage that finally tipped me.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Thanks Cindy, Jono, Quentin and Hermann.

    BTW The Leica 180/3.4 price has risen substantially since I bought.

    Here's one from a station, the guy must be in trance

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Sony NEX 5N and a new lens. Brian Sweeney built a lens for me with the optics from a 1937 pre-war uncoated Contax mount Zeiss Jena Sonnar 50 f/1.5. He used a donor body/mount Jupiter 3 (so it is very petite). These are some of my first test shots.
    f/4

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    Cindy, More information on the lens please. Did you use a hood on it?

    I have a few similar (uncoated) Sonnars around and am not sure if it would be worth the bother to get them mounted to use on the NEX-7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Sony NEX 5N and a new lens. Brian Sweeney built a lens for me with the optics from a 1937 pre-war uncoated Contax mount Zeiss Jena Sonnar 50 f/1.5.

    Wonderful images and always a treat to hear of restored lenses...any Zeiss Jena. If you ever tire of this lens let me know!

    Looks great.

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    Bob, I don't expect that to happen, but I will keep you in mind.
    Vivek, Yes, I used a 40.5mm generic hood (same as I use on my Jupiter 3).

    Brian Sweeney did the restoration for me. The components are: "Jupiter-3 in LTM and a Contax mount Carl Zeiss Jena 5cm F1.5 Sonnar, serial number Below 285xxx. The German Sonnar is sharper and lower in contrast than the Jupiter 3" ,according to Brian. The colors from my Jupiter 3 (that Brian optimized for me and I also love...not the one used as the donor body here) are more pastel than the colors appear from this lens. I haven't used this lens enough yet, as I just got it, but I'm expecting that there will be flare when shooting into the light, since it is uncoated.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Thanks, Cindy. Would love to see more pictures, also from your newly tuned Jupiter 3.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Thanks, Cindy. Would love to see more pictures, also from your newly tuned Jupiter 3.
    Jupiter 3 is not new. It has been my workhorse lens for a long time and Jupiter 8 before that.

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    Cindy's new lens...

    Close-up and wide-open at f1.5.



    100% crop on the Leica M9.



    The pre-war Sonnars are amazing.

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    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    NEX-7, Schneider Xenagon 30/3.5 at f/3.5

    Despite its simple construction (4 elements 3 groups- a Tessar clone), the Robot Xenagon 30/3.5 is quite nice on the NEX-7 (it was on the NEX-5 as well).

    It would be nice if Zeiss would make a 30/1.4 for the NEX.

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    I have a 4cm F1.4 Zeiss Biotar made for a 35mm movie camera, will be converting it soon. Perfect glass, made in the 1920s. Zeiss made a 25mm F1.4 Biotar for 16mm cameras, image circle is not big enough.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian S View Post
    I have a 4cm F1.4 Zeiss Biotar made for a 35mm movie camera, will be converting it soon. Perfect glass, made in the 1920s. Zeiss made a 25mm F1.4 Biotar for 16mm cameras, image circle is not big enough.
    I have both of them here. The 4/1.4 Biotar is a flare magnet. Perfect for Leica RF cam. Can't see what it does until after a picture is taken.

    The 25/1.4 Biotar is coated with the front elements deeply recessed inside the focus barrel. Barely covers the m4/3rds.
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Santa Fe Baldy Changed by Pacheco Fire

    Sony NEX-5N + Leitz Telyt 560 mm f/5.6. The lens is 46 years old! Shot from 30 miles distance.
    One can clearly see the burned but still standing tree trunks and their shadows - at least in the full resolution image.
    Focus Peaking gave a clear indication when focus was on the dead trees at the higher elevations.
    Otherwise I would have been unable to achieve manual focus this good.
    NEX-5N has 16 MP, NEX-7 24 MP, rumored Nikon D800, if true, 36 MP - very intriguing!

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    A Sony 30/3.5 macro test snap.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    Interesting lens. Very sharp indeed.

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    Deliberate use of the sharp Olympus pen F 40/1.4 (@f/1.4) on the NEX-7.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    and


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr


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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    pegelli, Quentin: Thanks a lot for the nice words and encouragement, very much appreciated!

    pegelli, Vivek, Michiel, Cindy, Brian, K.-H.: Thanks for sharing more inspiring pictures and as well thank you for the information about old lenses, their history and the remarks about restoring them.

    Here one more with the humble kit-lens:


    "To the Left, Right?"


    NEX-5n, 18-55mm/3.5-5.6 @ 22mm, f/8.0 & ISO 1600


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

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    @ Keith, congrats I was not aware of the fact you needed another camera

    Here are two from a series I am doing in the Ricoh forum but it can be done with the NEX-7 too, of course. A series about shopwindows and its reflections.

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    Hermann, This photo makes me wonder where they are? A photo that provokes thought is always good.
    Michiel, Great idea for a series. Wouldn't "shop windows" make a great thread? These are wonderfully colorful!

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    A strange old boat is sitting on the beach at the Sandbar, Lake Havasu City, AZ.
    Sony NEX5, Contax CZ Jena 5cm f/1.5 in ltm mount

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Hermann, This photo makes me wonder where they are? A photo that provokes thought is always good.
    Michiel, Great idea for a series. Wouldn't "shop windows" make a great thread? These are wonderfully colorful!
    Dangerous proposition in Miami, Cindy. Shop owners, especially in shopping malls, generally despise photographers shooting their wares whether through windows or not. Most malls here ban photography without explicit permission from the mall office. Get caught enough times and you can be banned from the facility for life.
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Dangerous proposition in Miami, Cindy. Shop owners, especially in shopping malls, generally despise photographers shooting their wares whether through windows or not. Most malls here ban photography without explicit permission from the mall office. Get caught enough times and you can be banned from the facility for life.
    Wow Carlos, that is heavy!
    One forbids almost everything these days.
    I was once stopped in a mall in Dublin but for the rest I had no trouble in Europe.
    Are there no regular street storewindows left in your area? They can't forbid that.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Here is a detail of an artwork of one of our students.
    I actually did photograph two days long the work and portraits of 21 students during their final presentations. (Exams)
    Lots of keepers with the Sony NEX-7. First focussed roughly with focuspeaking and then fine tune in 5.9x magnification. I can not trust focus peaking alone.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Nice selective focus, Michiel

    From our dining room with the Nex-7 and Tamron 18-200,1/25 sec ISO1600, 112mm, F6.3, some NR applied.

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    We went back to Ljubljana past weekend to pick up our daughter who studied 6 month there. We only spent a few hours in the city, mostly nightime. Still took some shots while walking to the restaurant Saturday evening (Iso 2000 handheld ) that I like:

    Just a street


    Entrance to Galerija Emporium


    The whole building (the 35 I had with me last time was just not wide enough, worked well with the 28 I had now)


    Large square


    Despite the freezing weather still patrons on the outside terrace

    A850 + Tam 28-200 XR, exif inside

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    Hello from Germany! I am new here. Here some funny Sony Pictures:

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Thank you Cindy! To start a thread in the Alternative forum is not very attractive. Not much visitors.

    Another for this series.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Wow Carlos, that is heavy!
    One forbids almost everything these days.
    I was once stopped in a mall in Dublin but for the rest I had no trouble in Europe.
    Are there no regular street storewindows left in your area? They can't forbid that.

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    Not really, Michiel. Only on Miami Beach I think. Going there at night can be very interesting photographically but the store windows are usually covered with people and if you loiter around with a camera in front of the store long enough you get hassled.
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    NEX-7, Fujinon 50/1.2 @ f/1.2

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    That's a beautiful image, Vivek

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    Thanks, Keith!

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    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    NEX-7, Schneider Xenagon 30/3.5

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Here's a shop window with reflection, NEX5 with SEL18200(maybe).

    Last edited by Hosermage; 30th January 2012 at 22:47. Reason: can't remember the lens

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