Mirrorless Monday, April 13, 2020

Discussion in 'Mirrorless Digital Cameras' started by Sanford, Apr 12, 2020.

  1. Carmel Beach 20c_2.jpg Carmel Beach, March 20, 2020, Panasonic GF1, 14-45mm Zoom
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    Leica M-P 240
    50mm Asph Summilux-M
  3. I don't think the trucks should stay at home...
    Olympus TG-320
  4. 0025mlc Clientas Pescadería-NAIS28.jpg Nikkor AIs 28 on Fuji X-P1
  5. A couple of months ago I would not have known what a coronavirus pod is.

    Coronovirus Pod
    | OnePlus 7T
  6. Point Lobos Spring
    XT-2, XF23mm F2 Point Lobos Spring 2 1024.jpg
  7. Point Lobos Spring-2
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  8. Four from my ongoing "Lockdown" Series, using a Sony A7R. The lens involved was the 24-70mm Sony FE Vario-Tessar T* f/4 unless otherwise noted.

    Lockdown Day #22

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    Lockdown Day #23

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    Lockdown Day #19
    (500mm Tamron Adaptall II SP f/8 Catadioptric (Model 55B) )

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    Lockdown Day #16

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  9. Rick, nice turntable! I don't own a decent audio system but if I buy one it's going to be '80s vintage. There's nothing as cool as a full-on '80s CD player with a metal tray. Who would have thought that people in the future would want those? Many don't even have controllers.

    I think audio systems should be kind of like art installations. Back in the '80s my aunt and uncle's house had a Luxman system (no CD though). I don't think I was allowed to use it though. ;-) Now, the most some people have is a Bluetooth speaker.
  10. Karim Ghantous said:
    It's an old Bang and Olufsen Beogram turntable, Karim; I must have owned in excess of a dozen turntables over the years but this is one I'll never sell. And I agree with you about the artistic side of old audio installations. Some of this stuff has been in boxes for years but now, having time on my hands, I put it it all together. I find it very easy on the eye, as well as being pleasing to the ears.
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  11. Moon, Mars (just above the moon), and Saturn (almost off the upper right top of the frame), captured this morning (April 16) with the Leica CL and 55-135mm APO Vario Elmar, zoomed to 79mm and ISO 6400, handheld.

    Last edited: Apr 16, 2020
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