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    Spring Weather





    . . . and did we get wet . . . Yes We Did!

    All the above taken with the 18-200, which may be big, ugly and a zoom, but it does really produce good results.
    This was well worth getting wet for.
    18-200 the original kit along couple of primes and I'm now almost done putting together my Sony kit (24, 30, 50). Need to figure out on the very wide side what to get.
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    Thanks Terry
    I've just ordered the 50 f1.8 and the Sigma 30 f2.8 from digital rev . . . . . as for the very wide side, I suspect that, until Sony come up with the goods, and assuming that you don't want to stretch to a WATE, then an adapter and one of the Sigma wide zooms (10-20 f3.5?) is the answer.

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    Thanks Terry
    I've just ordered the 50 f1.8 and the Sigma 30 f2.8 from digital rev . . . . . as for the very wide side, I suspect that, until Sony come up with the goods, and assuming that you don't want to stretch to a WATE, then an adapter and one of the Sigma wide zooms (10-20 f3.5?) is the answer.
    I'm going to hold out until I need it but I thought the Sigma 8-16 was the lens to get. Not a fast lens but I don't need that in an ultra wide.

    WATE smashes the budget by a good bit.
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    I'm going to hold out until I need it but I thought the Sigma 8-16 was the lens to get. Not a fast lens but I don't need that in an ultra wide.

    WATE smashes the budge but a good bit.
    I think you're right about the Sigma (and MUCH wider than the WATE anyway).

    I've had really good experiences with those Sigma UW zooms - stop them down a little for sharp corners, but, as you say, fast isn't really what one wants in a wide.

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

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    Thanks Terry
    I've just ordered the 50 f1.8 and the Sigma 30 f2.8 from digital rev . . . . . as for the very wide side, I suspect that, until Sony come up with the goods, and assuming that you don't want to stretch to a WATE, then an adapter and one of the Sigma wide zooms (10-20 f3.5?) is the answer.
    I just received my 30 and 50 from Digital Rev. Both lenses are quite impressive, in my limited use on the NEX-7. The 30 is slow'ish but it is sharp, small and lightweight. The 50 is very sharp, but the bokeh is the among the smoothest I've seen from a 50, which you may or may not like.

    I've settled on a "Sigmarit" 19 and 30 and Sony 24 and 50 kit, for now, as it takes care of most anything I'd shoot. Sony is expected to announce the fast standard and wide zoom this year, and mid-tele next year, and I think that'll be a pretty solid lineup.

    I new little one is just over a month old, so I'm still trying to find time to actually go out and use all of this new gear.

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    I new little one is just over a month old, so I'm still trying to find time to actually go out and use all of this new gear.
    Hi Douglas . . . I didn't know - congratulations! We had our three all together last weekend for the first time in more than a year . . . . but I'm not sure that little is the right description!

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    I have the Sigma 8-16, which works well with the LEA-2 adapter. But it's quite a large setup for the NEX-7, compared to the Sigma 19, so I find myself taking the Sigma 19 out for walks as my "wide" lens, and only use the Sigma 8-16 when I'm willing to carry a large camera bag.
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    Thanks Mike. Looks like ultra wide and small is really limited to the samyang 8mm fisheye.

    Douglas - CONGRATULATIONS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Hatam View Post
    I have the Sigma 8-16, which works well with the LEA-2 adapter. But it's quite a large setup for the NEX-7, compared to the Sigma 19, so I find myself taking the Sigma 19 out for walks as my "wide" lens, and only use the Sigma 8-16 when I'm willing to carry a large camera bag.
    I was thinking of the sigma 19 . . . but to be honest, with a little stopping down, I find the kit 18-55 does pretty well wide open . .. . . is the Sigma that much better?

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    Jono - I don't own the kit lens, so don't have any way to compare.

    I was pretty happy with the Sony E 16/2.8 (when stopped down to f5.6 or f8), but I've noticed that the Sigma 19 is noticably better than the Sony 16. And the Sigma 19 is usable at f2.8, and quite sharp by f4, whereas the Sony E 16 isn't even usable until f5.6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Hatam View Post
    Jono - I don't own the kit lens, so don't have any way to compare.

    I was pretty happy with the Sony E 16/2.8 (when stopped down to f5.6 or f8), but I've noticed that the Sigma 19 is noticably better than the Sony 16. And the Sigma 19 is usable at f2.8, and quite sharp by f4, whereas the Sony E 16 isn't even usable until f5.6.
    the kit is much better at 18 than the 16 pancake . . . . but of course it's not f2.8, and it's not as small. . . . I did buy the 50 f1.8 at the same time.

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    Thanks Mike. Looks like ultra wide and small is really limited to the samyang 8mm fisheye.

    Douglas - CONGRATULATIONS!
    Thanks Terry and Jono. This is our first little one, and, in the last 2 days, he's finally sleeping more than 2 hours straight, so I'm feeling a bit more rested. His name is Lennox, and he's pretty sweet.

    NEX-7 and 50/1.8 OSS.

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    Lunch at Pike Place Market's 'Matt's in the Market' restaurant. Nex 7 with Leica Summicron-R 90mm f/2.











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    Jono: Thanks! I've just started buying the R-lenses. That 90mm f/2 is relatively inexpensive. I have a feeling that Ashwin and I will be arm wrestling over used R-lenses at the camera store (he'd win; but, he's not into zooms, yet).
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    Jono: The landscapes with the "big ugly..." are wonderful I also love the daffodil and your dog.
    Vivek: I've "liked" all of your photos, posted above, because, I'm lazy. They're really excellent!
    Douglas: Yes, congratulations! I looked for my 50mm f/1.8 this morning and couldn't find it. Just realized that it's on the 5N. It is a pretty nice lens.
    Lloyd: Nice, updated, avatar! I noted that you were 'called' on the old one.

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    Here's a few more from today. Unlike Ashwin, I don't get to go out on to the 'mean streets' at night. Nex 7 with Leica Summicron-R 90mm f/2.









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    Congratulations, Doug!

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Matt, Nice stuff.

    The R 90/2 seems to ooze a lot of CA in OOF areas? Take a look here:http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/leica-...-r-90-2-a.html

    I had been to the areas you show often only once, a long time ago. Any chance you make visits to the nearby small islands?

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    Oh! I'd like to do that too . . I think that quickly is the answer Vivek. Waiting could be expensive, not least because they all seem to be going to China (look at ebay).
    If I am not the buyer, someone else is. Yeah, I noticed that as well.

    BBC showed some the buyers from China making day trips just to buy antiques from the UK as well. Where the money is.

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    Lunch at Pike Place Market's 'Matt's in the Market' restaurant. Nex 7 with Leica Summicron-R 90mm f/2.



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    Terrific set, Matt. That fellow on the right has an amazing face.

    And yes, I was "called". Funny thing is that other avatar is only about 4 years old. Tough four years, I guess.

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    Terrific set, Matt. That fellow on the right has an amazing face.
    +1 on that - although he looks like he probably shouldn't be eating another meal for some time!)
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    And yes, I was "called". Funny thing is that other avatar is only about 4 years old. Tough four years, I guess.
    Ahh - Lloyd - the new one looks very distinguished!

    Hmmm . . . do you think that means I should change my avatar as well . . . mine is actually almost exactly 40 years old!

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    I am a bit confused.

    Lloyd, are you the same person listed with a photo here Lloyd Chambers ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    I am a bit confused.

    Lloyd, are you the same person listed with a photo here Lloyd Chambers ?
    No Vivek, I'm sure it's not - that's the geyser who charges to look at his blog.

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    No Vivek, I'm sure it's not - that's the geyser who charges to look at his blog.
    Oh, OK. Thanks.

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    WOW!! Really nice stuff here. Very nice images. I am enjoying my new Nex-7, I just donīt remember when was the last time I had so much fun with a camera... ;-)

    A couple images from today, on my way back home tonight.


    Nex-7 with Minolta Rokkor MD 50/1.7, all wide open, except the first one (I believe f/2.8 or f/4)


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    -
    And a last one with Rokkor MD 28/2.8 @ f/4,


    Untitled by Photon-hunter, on Flickr

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    WOW!! Really nice stuff here. Very nice images. I am enjoying my new Nex-7, I just donīt remember when was the last time I had so much fun with a camera... ;-)

    A couple images from today, on my way back home tonight.
    HI there - it really is good fun isn't it.
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    Went location scouting with my wife on Sunday to the Wynwood Art District near mid-town Miami. The term "art district" is usually a euphemism for "warehouse district with all the charm of a demilitarized zone" but Wynwood does have it's walls which are all works of art and make great backdrops for portraits.


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    All taken with the NEX-7 + Zeiss 24 (from the car)
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    Matt, Nice stuff.

    The R 90/2 seems to ooze a lot of CA in OOF areas? Take a look here:http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/leica-...-r-90-2-a.html

    I had been to the areas you show often only once, a long time ago. Any chance you make visits to the nearby small islands?
    Vivek: Thanks! It's my first R lens. There weren't many used R-lens choices at my camera store. The APO R is, also, of course, about 4K more. I can see the CA, but, I'll live with it. Are you talking about the San Juan Islands?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photon-hunter View Post
    A couple images from today, on my way back home tonight.

    Nex-7 with Minolta Rokkor MD 50/1.7, all wide open, except the first one (I believe f/2.8 or f/4)


    Untitled by Photon-hunter, on Flickr

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    Tulips at the Pike Place Market.

    Nex 7; Leica Summicron-R 90mm f/2; 1/125s; -1/3 EV; ISO 100


    Nex 7; Leica Summicron-R 90mm f/2; 1/160s; -1/3 EV; ISO 100


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    That Summi-R 90 really sings in your hands, Matt. I don't know that I'd every use anything else! BTW, what CA?! I'm not seeing it.

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    Vivek: Are you talking about the San Juan Islands?

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    Sure am, Matt.

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    Carlos, the pics of the Wynwood murals are great. I like driving through there during the day every once in a while to see what is new. Next time you are there, drive a few blocks north on Miami Avenue to Harry's Pizza. It will be well worth your time.
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    Went out for a walk with the Sigma 19/2.8 a couple of days ago. One really nice feature of this lens is the very short minimum focus distance (around 6 inches), which makes for some fun macro-ish type shots.

    I'm pleased with this lens. The coatings on the lens do a very nice job with blue skies (holding deep blue colors), and the bokeh isn't bad for such a cheap lens.

    @f2.8


    @f8


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    @f2.8


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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    A few more with the 19 Sigmarit...

    @f2.8


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    That Summi-R 90 really sings in your hands, Matt. I don't know that I'd every use anything else! BTW, what CA?! I'm not seeing it.
    Lloyd: Thank you, sir! I can see CA in some photos with light backgrounds. If, I was more facile with the software, I'm sure I could get rid of it. I'm generally not looking that closely.

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    Sure am, Matt.
    Vivek: Beautiful Islands. I haven't been up there in quite a while.

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    A little yoga in the park.

    Nex 7, 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 OSS; 112mm; 1/640s @ f/5.6; -1/3 EV; ISO 100


    Nex 7, 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 OSS; 185mm; 1/400s @ f/6.3; -1/3 EV; ISO 100


    Nex 7, 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 OSS; 112mm; 1/640s @ f/5.6; -1/3 EV; ISO 100


    Nex 7, 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 OSS; 20mm; 1/500s @ f/5.6; -1/3 EV; ISO 100


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    Just not enough cat pictures lately - so here's Bennie

    Tamron 18-200mm 1/320s, f/6.3, ISO 1250

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    NEX-7 + 35 Summarit




    NEX-7 + 35 Summarit




    NEX-7 + 24 1.8




    NEX-7 + 24 1.8




    NEX-7 + 50 1.8
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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Nex 7 with Tamron 24-70 zoom

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    Nicely seen through the trees, Keith!

    One through the roofs in Ault.

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    From Dieppe.

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    Michiel - I love your last shot (Dieppe). Was that from the NEX-7, or from the Ricoh GXR?
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    Love your seaside shots, Michiel. I might be somewhere in the ocean not to far from Dieppe about a week and a half from now

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    First shot with the Voightlander Nokton Classic 40 1.4 MC


    Sony Nex-7 Voightlander Nokton Classic 40 f/1.4 MC by Photon-hunter, on Flickr

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Quote Originally Posted by Photon-hunter View Post
    WOW!! Really nice stuff here. Very nice images. I am enjoying my new Nex-7, I just donīt remember when was the last time I had so much fun with a camera... ;-)

    A couple images from today, on my way back home tonight.


    Nex-7 with Minolta Rokkor MD 50/1.7, all wide open, except the first one (I believe f/2.8 or f/4)



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    Thanks For the kind words, Ben. Photoshop helps too....

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    Re: Fun with NEX-7

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Hatam View Post
    Michiel - I love your last shot (Dieppe). Was that from the NEX-7, or from the Ricoh GXR?
    Mike, I must have been confused again between posting in two different departments,
    sorry about that Let's say both cameras are just tools to express.

    Here is one with the NEX from the same series.

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