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  1. Good example of Bokeh with Zeiss 85 Batis. A7II body Batis 85 at f1.8, 1/2500 sec, ISO 100
  2. It seems to me that A7 enthusiasts, so excited about the new GM lenses, may be discounting one of the most important advantages and advances of the A7 system, this being its compact size and weight. These new GM lenses, and even, to a certain extent, the batis line, are big heavy lenses that cancel much of the advantage of the A7 system. I am hoping for more lenses like the wonderful loxias, that are great performers, as well as being compact. For many the lack of auto focus eliminates the loxias as viable alternatives, but I find focusing with them easier and more accurate than with my batis 85mm autofocus. I hope that Zeiss and Sony continue to develop these wonderful compact lenses and do not turn the small and powerful A7 series into a large unbalanced dslr like behemoth. And as far as bokeh goes, unless one is shooting wide open it makes little difference. Frankly I believe that the present fascination with bokeh is a bit overblown! What do you think?
  3. From the album: Abstractions

    Darling Harbour lights and colours. In Sydney, Australia

    © Joseph Koh

  4. From the album: Jaemie Robinson

    Sony 7R, Voigtlander 35/1.2 Near Seattle, USA

    © Jaemie Robinson

  5. chas

    Trioplan50 02

    From the album: Original Meyer Optik Görlitz

    Flower backlit in the sun

    © Antony Beaumont

  6. chas

    Trioplan50 01

    From the album: Original Meyer Optik Görlitz

    Easter decorations

    © Antony Beaumont

  7. Jaemie

    Red Trees at Night

    Taken near Seattle, USA, with a Sony 7R and Voigtlander 35/1.2
  8. Beautiful Bokeh. Sony A7 Mk II body, Sony FE 55 f1.8 Sonar lens. f1.8, 1/250, ISO 100
  9. Just a Garden Plant and some light http://www.mopswerk.de/2015/04/spring-impression/
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