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    A frozen canal.
    I realised that I almost managed the impossible to take a picture in Amsterdam without a car on it.

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    DjordjeJ; Nice composition! Crop or stiched?
    As cold as here!

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    Seems my recent attempt to insert an image from a new to me online space provider didn't work, so here one second try (since I'll have to learn it anyway):

    One more darkish seasonal capture


    "Cerberus at Idle Time"


    NEX-5N, 16mm/2.8 @ f/4.5 & ISO 800





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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    DjordjeJ; Nice composition! Crop or stiched?
    As cold as here!

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    Thanks Michiel It is stitched. It is very cold in Belgrade, like in most Europe.

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    Finally got a chance to take the new Sony/Zeiss E-Sonnar 24/1.8 out. All low shutter speed snaps at ISO 400 or 800.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    As I suspected, AWB works with this lens, even in mixed lighting condition.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    few more from the same area..






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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Finally got a chance to take the new Sony/Zeiss E-Sonnar 24/1.8 out. All low shutter speed snaps at ISO 400 or 800.

    As I suspected, AWB works with this lens, even in mixed lighting condition.
    So Vivek.....is it a keeper? This lens seems to get trashed on some other forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    So Vivek.....is it a keeper? This lens seems to get trashed on some other forums.

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    Rich, This is the best lens in the NEX system.

    I did not do much justice to it because of the low shutter speed hand held captures. If I manage to find or make a grip for the NEX-7, it would be much better.

    The lens has barrel distortion (the predictable, simple kind), a bit of CA in the extreme corners and also a drop in sharpness in the corners. It is big for any NEX, it has a humongous hood and hunts for focus (problem with the NEX) in low light.

    I have a 49->52 and 52->37 step ring combo as the lens hood (complete with a 37mm Olympus cap).

    It is very sharp. Nearly as sharp as the 40/1.4 pen F lens, giving lots of details. Very flare resistant (unlike the pen F lenses). No worries about pointing it towards any bright sources.

    Yes, it is a keeper.

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    Vivek,
    could you post a shot of the step ring lens hood you made? I am curious.
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    Sure, Carlos.





    The 49->52 to 52->37 was the combination I could find. It is just right with no vignetting.

    If you want to add a filter and such, it is better to use a 49-37 ring (even shorter).

    The other possibility is a generic metal hood (made for "normal lenses") with a 49mm thread. This is also less prominent than the huge original.

    BTW, the hood from the 30/3.5 Macro won't fit the 24/1.8 at all.

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    A few from this morning, all with the Nex-7 and Tamron 18-200mm







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    ....and finally a mono conversion, same series

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    Lovely series Quentin. I especially like the last one. You've created some really wonderful images with your new Tamron and I am really tempted.

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    Hi Paul, thanks.the last one is my personal favourite...and give in to temptation! You know it makes sense

    PS the Tamron is not perfect but it is good. My wife now has one also for her NEX 5n but she is struggling to focus the camera without a viewfinder, so the EVF for the Nex 5n is on the shopping list...
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post



    The 49->52 to 52->37 was the combination I could find. It is just right with no vignetting.

    If you want to add a filter and such, it is better to use a 49-37 ring (even shorter).

    The other possibility is a generic metal hood (made for "normal lenses") with a 49mm thread. This is also less prominent than the huge original.

    BTW, the hood from the 30/3.5 Macro won't fit the 24/1.8 at all.
    Vivek......GENIUS.......pure GENIUS. That's exactly what Voigtlander did with the hood on the CV90/3.5. They narrowed it in like you did instead of flaring it out into a huge party hat.

    You've convinced me......the huge hood (and reports of bad CA) were keeping me on the fence.

    You've dispelled both concerns.

    Thank you.....R

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    The 49->52 to 52->37 was the combination I could find. It is just right with no vignetting.

    If you want to add a filter and such, it is better to use a 49-37 ring (even shorter).

    The other possibility is a generic metal hood (made for "normal lenses") with a 49mm thread. This is also less prominent than the huge original.

    BTW, the hood from the 30/3.5 Macro won't fit the 24/1.8 at all.
    Great idea, Vivek! I wonder if you might like a push on cap to go around the outside of that 52mm ring, so that you could shave off a few more millimeters from the length and avoid the funny little 37mm cap?

    This would probably work: B+W #300 54mm Push-On Lens Cap 65-069701 B&H Photo Video

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Douglas, Thanks! I will have to look for one (I am sure I have one, somewhere..).

    Rich, Glad to be of help.

    Here are a couple from earlier today (NEX-7, E-Sonnar 24/1.8).




    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
    Last edited by Vivek; 11th February 2012 at 14:33. Reason: Added the missing image

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    Clever guy, Vivek! You have also demonstrated very well the advnatages of the fast Zeiss...
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    Thanks, Quentin!

    Yesterday was great!

    Here is why (temporary pictures, I will remove them later):
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    Ice on the road and not being cop shy is the reason for this near disaster.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    NEX-7, Sony Zeiss E-Sonnar 24/1.8

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    . . . and there was me assuming that they were arresting her for wearing red ski pants . . . . Love the Chess Champs
    Q - those are great shots of your lovely garden . . . . unfortunately as soon as the sun came here it got a bit slushy . . . . anyway, here are a couple from the weekend


















    . . . All the best walks end up here!




    All take with the 18-200 Sony zoom (it really is rather good).

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Great shots everyone, looking at all the snow makes me glad I'm in warm southern California. Went out today with my newly acquired NEX-5n and tried it out. I think I need to get the EVF soon because I missed focus on lots of shots because I simply couldn't read the screen.

    Here are some shots with the ZM 50 Sonnar. Even though it has great glow wide open, it's also very sharp stopped down.





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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post


    All take with the 18-200 Sony zoom (it really is rather good).
    Very nice shot Jono.....hard to believe it's the zoom.

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    Worked the scene today - all a77 DT1650.












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    Bill,

    Lovely compositions and colors.

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    Thanks Paul - really the "architect" deserves the credit!
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    Hello !
    Nice pictures everyone !
    I owned a Nex-7 for some days and did some -not too crazy- shooting.
    Mostly testing the magenta corners with my Leica and Contax G lenses (+ the Sony 16mm)
    But I also shot some pics at a frozen lake using the Hawks Factory Leica M to Nex Helicoid Adapter with the Leica 24mm Elmar.

    I dont know if many of you know about this kind of adapter so I decided to write some sentences about it.
    In short: It allows you to focus closer with EVERY Leica-mount lens since the adapter itself can be turned and expands itself for some mm.
    It doesnt work to great with tele-lenses but with normal or wideangle lenses it is REALLY nice.

    With a tele-lens you get only some more centimeters of minimum focus distance but with a 50mm you can get 2/3 and with a wideangle half the focusdistance you have normally.

    So with the 24m Elmar you can get REALLY close.

    I attached some pictures to show you the effect.

    The first one is shot with the Elmar @ normal focussing distance
    Second one @ nearest focussing distance using the helicoid adapter
    Third (f3,8) and fourth (f5,6) @ between normal and closest showing the bokeh you get with this lens

    Maybe this is usefull for some of you.

    Btw: The picture quality wide open and with the minimum focus distance using the helicoid isnt that good (with the 35mm and 50mm Summilux at least). But close the aperture a bit and you get stunning results. The Elmar is an exception and does great "wide open".

    Regards,

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    Nice shots everyone, this thread is filled with eye candy.

    NEX 7 with 24, two from last week:

    The snow is melting rapidly here in the north of the Netherlands.




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    Lovely Peter - snow melted in southern Holland today too.
    Ingo - welcome - nice shots - the Hawks adapter is such fun (it's been discussed before, but always good to bring it up again - the newer ones have 'focus' tabs on them as well).

    Happy Valentines day (a bit late, as you can see by the faded roses)


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    Jono, regarding the brightness of the EVF and/or the LCD, did you use manual +1 and 'sunny weather'? (in the set up menu) Makes quite a difference, I think.

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    Hi Jono, Nice shots - new life from the bitter late winter. and it shows the Sony 18-200 is pretty good too.

    Uwe, great B&W shots. and the posters (?) what lens did you use?

    Peter, looks as cold where you are as it was in England!

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    After the cold weather, I quite fancy a pub lunch, perhaps a spot of Scampi and chips?



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    That 30mm is quite nice, isn't it, Quentin (hope your pub lunch was also)?

    Here is another one via the E-Sonnar.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    NEX-7, E-Sonnar 24/1.8. f/2.8 and 1/400s.

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    >and the posters (?) what lens did you use?

    Not sure these are actually no posters. This is painted at a building at Casa De Fruta. Lens: 18-200mm :-)
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    Poesie mauw

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    First time to use the Leica 35mm Summicron (7 elements Bokeh King) with the Hawk Factory adapter on my 5N. Together with the EVF, it's very fun to use.
    Last edited by socal; 13th December 2012 at 18:20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    After the cold weather, I quite fancy a pub lunch, perhaps a spot of Scampi and chips?



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    Quote Originally Posted by peterv View Post
    Jono, regarding the brightness of the EVF and/or the LCD, did you use manual +1 and 'sunny weather'? (in the set up menu) Makes quite a difference, I think.
    hi Peter
    I did use manual+1 . . .but I couldn't find sunny weather (which doesn't mean it isn't there!)

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    Ah, okay. Sunny weather is IIRC the brightest setting for the LCD. Manual +1 is brightest for the EVF.

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    Great pictures everyone!

    This time sort of naive winter impression:

    "Royal Dignity"



    Hope you like it and thanks for your interest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fotoingo View Post
    The picture quality wide open and with the minimum focus distance using the helicoid isnt that good (with the 35mm and 50mm Summilux at least).
    Hi, Ingo. I'd imagine the problem with the 35 and 50 Summis on the Hawks is that they've got floating elements for close focus, so the Hawks probably throws everything off a bit.

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    For those of you looking for a leather half-case for the NEX-7, Gariz.com (S. Korea) expects to have theirs ready by the first week of March. They sent me some preview photos:





    Yes, that is a metal base plate on this case and you can access the battery/memory card door without removing the case. It will be available in a variety of colors. I'm ordering one in black.
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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Sure, Carlos.




    The 49->52 to 52->37 was the combination I could find. It is just right with no vignetting.

    If you want to add a filter and such, it is better to use a 49-37 ring (even shorter).
    Thanks Vivek, I ordered a 49-37 ring from the Mothership (B&H) this morning along with a generic 37mm cap. I already have a UV filter in place. The hood supplied with lens came apart on me and my dealer hasn't responded how to replace it. This arrangement makes that point moot.
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    Two street portraits from today. (Wide open)

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    Re: Fun with the NEX cameras....

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Two street portraits from today. (Wide open)

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    Michiel.......both photos are excellent......personally, I believe the first is extraordinary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    Michiel.......both photos are excellent......personally, I believe the first is extraordinary.

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    +1, Michiel - really nice stuff

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