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Shot with the Russian ЛЭТИ 60 (F-92) Projection Lens
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Why all that boring neverending gadget discussions with new lenses, a7 vs a9 vs a99 when just a small cam with one fixed lens is sufficient? :) Get your fucking ass out and rather shoot!
A shot from a session with my beloved #Sony #rx1rii cam yesterday in the fields next to our house in Weinheim, Germany
Processed in Lightroom with #VSCO #Elitechrome160T++
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Female Ruby Throated Hummingbird – North America
Sony Alpha a99 II ILCA‑99M2
Tamron SP 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Di USD
Soaptree Yucca in White Sands National Monument. Taken by Ed Lane with a Sony A 99 II using a Sony 24-70mm f2.8 ZA lens
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Sunset and new moon
A7R2, 1635/4, Newport Beach, California
Taken in the dolomites, in the background you can see the little town Giralba, Veneto, Italy.
Shot on Sony A7s + Voigtländer 35mm 1.7 + 5m Optosigma filter, panorama from 4 shots.
Hidden Paradise, Labuan Bajo NTT, Indonesia
May 2017 – Sony a7ii SEL1018F4
The Rho Ophiuchi Cloud Complex
This colorful region of space contains a lot of star forming gas clouds and can even be captured with a nifty fifty. This very image was shot on the A7rII with an adapted Canon 300/2.8 L USM 1st gen. on an equatorial mount. 224 x 30 sec exposures, 25 flat frames and 45 minutes of dark frames added up to the stack. Unfortunately resolution was limited due to seeing conditions, as the cloud complex always stays below 15°, wind and only partial astronomical darkness. Hope you like it nevertheless.
P.s. : As a bonus the Comet 71P/Clark is faintly visible in the lower left (small, green fuzzy)
A magical clear night under the beauty of the Milky Way at Joshua Tree national park. Captured with the Sony A7s / Tokina Firin 20mm / Hoya Intensifier.
David Marquina Reyes
Trying an old Meyer Optik Gorlitz Primoplan 58mm f1.9 with tubes on my a7II, I love the results.