Discussion in 'Adapted Lens Sample Image Showcase' started by dbuckle, Nov 28, 2012.
Hay Wagon by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Shagbark 3 by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
This one is wide open at f3.5
Halogen by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Shiftlever by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Willow Tree by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Hickorys by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Farm Buildings by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Farmer's House by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Jar of Flowers by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Apple Tree by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
That is a sweet lens. Love the bokeh of #1. From studying your many photos, I now realized that bokeh is achievable using larger aperture telephoto lenses, and recently posted my first using the 14-140. Thank you.
Bean Field Fence by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Queen Anne's Lace 73 by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Behind the Fence by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Heh - just checked fleabay for a copy. The Hexar version is more expensive than the Hexanon, at least for silly BIN prices
I believe the Hexar was made by Tamron. Keep looking the Hexanon 200 3.5 is well worth the effort. These photos would be sharper if the wind would stop blowing. That's why they are going to put up Turbines in this area. The wind never stops.
Green Macs by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
I will keep looking, however a while ago I stumbled on a Nikon 180mm f2.8 that everyone was ignoring because of a pair of small nicks on the front element. Got it pretty cheap
Hope to see some pics of the wind turbines when they are up. I've always found them graceful in some landscapes.
I've posted these elsewhere, but this lens thread deserves to be expanded...
So sharp in the corners!
I was able to finally take the Konica Hexanon AR 200mm F3.5 out and take some shots:
Time to merge these two identical threads.
I am starting to really love this lens. I find 200mm to be a good focal length that you can still comfortably handhold with Olympus Pen Cameras. This one has been tack sharp in my hands. Here are a few more pictures I took with it:
The geese photos are excellent. One of my favorite lenses.
Here is another shot with this lens of the lazy neighborhood cat:
Cat by MartinK's Photography, on Flickr
Here are a couple more with this lens taken handheld through the very dirty window of my living room.
-That is a sharp lens! Love the portrait.
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