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Tru digital x0.45 58mm thread wide angle multiplier lens

Posted by Eksovichea Tito Hak on Wednesday, April 10, 2013, In : lenses 
wide camera angles are great. It basically means you can fit more in the picture/frame without having to physically move, which is ideal if you're in a confined space or in a situation where you're not able to move any further backward in order to fit more in the picture frame. But for all those who are shooting in wide open spaces (if not lacking the will from sheer laziness) lacking the common sense, you can simply just move back a few metres and crop the top and bottom of the image down a ...

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Canon 35-135 mm 1:4-5.6 USM lens...

Posted by Eksovichea Tito Hak on Tuesday, March 26, 2013, In : lenses 
It's not the most current of lenses, but the optics on this thing as far as I can gather would give modern equivalents a serious run for their money. The USM (ultrasonic motor) is neither here nor there in this day and age, since it could still be considered as noisy when put against the SEL 18-55 mm which is virtually silent whilst working the auto focus. But since I was using the canon 35-135 mm in full manual mode there wasn't any motor noise to be bothered by. My full verdict on this lens...
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PENTACON 2.8/135MM M42 lens antics on a NEX-F3

Posted by Eksovichea Tito Hak on Thursday, February 21, 2013, In : lenses 
photographer: Eksovichea Tito Hak

 Vintage lenses. I always had the impression that vintage in this kind of area meant sentimental reasons for artificially inflated prices regardless of the actual quality of optics against more modern options. But as it turns out the PENTACON 2.8/135MM has actual substance rather than just being sentimental hype. Apparently though they were who Carl Zeiss camara glass manufacturers were before they actually became Carl Zeiss. Click this to see the full extent ...
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