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NWDiver

Member Since 20 Jan 2004
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In Topic: Nikonos UW 15mm f2.8

Yesterday, 06:54 AM

One more, they worked on mine.

 

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In Topic: Sony a7 series with 28mm and clip-on fisheye

22 January 2015 - 01:22 PM

Without a doubt, it is a lens that is famous for having an excellent dof.  I like to play with different settings for different effects, am forgetful and takes a pic or two to remember to change the f.stop or distance.

 

Like here was trying to play with softening the background.  Then start swimming, forget the old settings.  Just have to flip camera over to check.  Seeing all info in the viewfinder spoils you.

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In Topic: Sony a7 series with 28mm and clip-on fisheye

22 January 2015 - 06:57 AM

It helps, but nothing is foolproof.  You just have to take your time, set the shot more.  For instance, you have to take your eye out of the viewfinder and look at the lens itself to check the f.stop. No more lifting the camera and firing away.  


In Topic: Sony a7 series with 28mm and clip-on fisheye

21 January 2015 - 06:37 AM

Like many still waiting for lenses but the new 90mm Macro and new 16-35mm are nice additions.  With the 15mm Nikonos you have a pretty complete line.  Yes still waiting for that perfect Fisheye. 

 

A couple taken with the a7 and Nikonos.  Main issue for me was getting the focus right, and the f.stop and...

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In Topic: Your Favourite/Best Image of 2014

01 January 2015 - 08:47 AM

To lazy to dig but from the last trip, sort of right place right time.

 

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