Mmmm Ed, that is sooo harmonious :thumbup:
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Mat, I assume that is not because playing shuffle board next to the hotel pool is too competitive to have the time to photograph. Take care and be safe, and that goes for everyone you work with.My last wander about and post for some time as I head back to Iraq for a while, the joys of which will probably go undocumented this time.
That´s very interesting. Probably the Samyang is a good choice for my X1D too. Do you have more examples?Here's a low resolution image on what my converted Samyang 24mm T/S (now non-T/S) coverage looks like. It gives the equivalent of a 15mm lens in 35mm terms. A full-size image is on Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/aml5xwrvv5l3wbb/Samyang%2024%20non-TS%20equivalent%20to%20c15mm%20CF006109.jpg?dl=0
I'm getting better at nailing focus and it can go sharper in the foreground. Quite impressive for such a small lens on a full-frame MFDB!
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Phase One P65+ @ ISO 50, f11, 1/125 handheld.