Discussion in 'Mirrorless Digital Cameras' started by Sanford, Jun 28, 2020.
San Carlos Beach, Cannery Row, Panasonic GF1
Humming bird moth?
Not perfect, but not too bad for a quick grab shot with entirely the wrong equipment, shows how sharp the 7artisans 35mm can be, these are 100% crops:
Fuji X-E1, 7artisans 35/1.2
Voigtländer Heliar II 15 on Fuji X-E1
Fuji X-T20 XC50-230mm
Sheep, Nore Hill, Sussex.
Pen E-PL6, Schneider Kreuznach Tele Arton 85 mm f4
Some from a Sony A7R, lenses noted.
Colours for a Dull Day (Sigma EX 12-24 F4.5-5.6 DG)
Cineraria (28mm Sankyo Kohki W-Komura f/3.5)
@Clareville (Sony FE 28-70mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS)
Frond ( 135mm Kawanon f/3.5)
Wind on the Way (30mm Meyer-Optik Gorlitz "Lydith" f/3.5)
Rose Hips (70-150mm Vivitar (Kino) Macro Focusing Zoom f/3.8)
Fuji X-E1 & XC 16-50. Aloha, Bill
The focus motor on my Fuji 18-55mm XR lens is unreliable and making frightful noises, so I bought a 16-55mm XC lens at half list price. It really is quite good.
Roscoe, If You Don't Slow Down You'll Break A Leg! by David Stephens, on Flickr
Leica M-P 240
21mm Asph Elmarit-M
Green shoot /mono | A7 III and Sigma 70mm F2.8 DG MACRO | Art 018 (focus stacked)
Here are a couple of quick flower grabs...Canon G7X MKII
Old Town Petaluma. Sony a6000 / Sony 35mm 1.8
Lily with fill flash, Canon G5X-ll
Canon SX50 HS, Sunday cruise
Canon G3X, reflections under window
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