Discussion in 'Mirrorless Digital Cameras' started by Sanford, Jun 9, 2019.
Fire Hydrant, Panasonic GF1, 14mm
Untitled by c w, on Flickr
Leica D Lux 109 The chair is against the wall
When a pack of karts, nose to tail, scream by at 70+ mph, the wide angle & 1/1000th speed of the X-E1 / XC 16-50 @ 16mm is Nice !
Four frames from a Sony A7R using a venerable 85-205mm f/3.8 Vivitar Macro Focusing Zoom. Manufactured by Kino Precision, this lens went through several versions and was very popular during the 1960-70's. Somewhat surprisingly, it performs very well on the digital platform.
The Orange Cloud
Hull /duotone | A7 III and Samyang 35mm AF F2.8
Canon S120; walking the neighborhood.
WINDSWEPT, BODEGA BAY
That's the kind of surprise we all hope for. You really don't need to spend too much to find good optics. Not always, anyway. As a rule of thumb, it seems that if a lens can perform well on a digital camera, it will perform equally as well on a film camera.
Good lenses, designed for digital bodies are hard to beat:
Fox Squirrel Browsing For Food by David Stephens, on Flickr
Saturday morning reflection, just before sunrise, with the Leica M262 and 135mm f3.4 APO Telyt.
Vintage, X-T2, 23mm f2
Witchcraft, X-T2, 56 1.2
Fuji XF 27 on Fuji X-P1
Fuji X-T20....................British Summer.
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