Day two with NEX-F3 and so far so good. Performance and image quality is good to excellent.
I tried it with MF Nikkor 180 lens and it worked well. It was easy to focus even when the lens was wide opened.
I didn’t have much time to play with NEX-F3, I had only
about one hour today to check if new Sony camera works with adapters and manual focus
lenses. And then the battery asked for refill. I didn’t really check the camera or the kit lens for their performance and so I have no clue about
burst rate, high ISO, etc. I messed up settings several times while shooting, so don't judge the camera just by my pictures:) I need to spent some time with it to learn.
impression is good, camera works well in both AF (with kit lens) and MF (with
legacy glass) modes and images are excellent. Everything was shot in RAW @ 200 ISO, pp'ed in Lr 4.1
I was looking for a new bag for my trip to Italy. A compact, durable bag to carry DSLR with couple
lenses, tickets, passports, iPad, etc. The bag that I can easy take on the airplane, train or subway. The bag that can withstand
museum crowds, bad weather, protect the gear and is not standing in my
way when I am taking pictures. I know, a lot of other bags can do this trick, but Billingham Hadley Pro caught my eye.
It all started around 1984 when I got my first camera, then I developed my first film, then I printed my first picture in the darkroom and ... my life had changed forever. Since then photography has become my biggest passion in life. I had and still have some great lenses and cameras, anything from old 4x5 view cameras to modern full frame DSLRs. I am brand agnostic and using whatever camera is available or feels right for the moment.
From '80s. ICA A-G DRESDEN (old German camera circa 1912), 9 x 12 cm glass plate. Inspired by Joseph Sudek.
I am a photography enthusiast for over 20 years and during these years I have acquired quite few cameras, lenses and various accessories. I am still using
most of them, film and digital, 35mm and 4x5, Polaroid and iPad, whatever is
available or suitable for the moment. Interestingly,
I found that old and new technologies can complement each other very well. I
put this blog site together to share my photography and observations using various cameras, films, lenses and software. It is not a scientific research, you can find plenty of charts and graphs on other sites. This blog is about my personal experience and opinion, what I do like and what I don't. I am not good at telling stories, so I let my pictures speak for themselves.
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