Sony NEX-3 and Konica AR 50mm 1.7

kappa546

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I know this isn't a m43 camera but figured some might be interested in viewing pics taken with it and a great Konica AR lens.

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kappa546

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I've shot off a few with my 135mm 3.2, 28mm 3.5, and 50mm 1.4. I'll Post a few more in the coming days.
 

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the depth of field effects are obvious with the sensor size, but the pictures come up lovely none the less! nice combo kappa, and nice shot :)
 

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The larger the sensor, the smaller the aperture to limit the shallow dof, F8 on a 4/3 sensor will keep allot of the photo in focus. While on APS-C F11-13 will let you keep more of the shot in focus. F8 on a aps-c is about the same dof as f5 on m4/3

On a FF sensor you are talking about f18-f22 to get rid of the shallow dof effect.
 

kappa546

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The larger the sensor, the smaller the aperture to limit the shallow dof, F8 on a 4/3 sensor will keep allot of the photo in focus. While on APS-C F11-13 will let you keep more of the shot in focus. F8 on a aps-c is about the same dof as f5 on m4/3

On a FF sensor you are talking about f18-f22 to get rid of the shallow dof effect.
I understand that premise. What I don't understand is the comment. Perhaps a suggestion to shoot with a wider aperture? If so, i can agree with that... however it would have made focusing infinitely harder since my model can't seem to hold a pose for more than a split second!

Thanks for the compliments. It was a looooong 3 weeks waiting for the adapter to arrive from china.
 

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sorry i realise in my flu-like state that my comment is a bit funny. no suggestion to shoot with a smaller aperture to get more in focus, just a statement that the larger sensor gives a greater depth of field at the same aperture (relative to a m4/3 sensor)

i really like this shot! so sharp :)
 
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