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  1. exzrael

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    From the album: Random images

    © Daniel Haaf

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  3. I bought one of these on the recommendation of Philip Reeve (on his blog). I already have a couple of other old Pentax lenses that work extremely well. Apart from being an exceptionally good cheap lens (it works very well indeed on the A7rii), it works better in infrared than any other lens I have; a lot of lenses develop hot-spots at smaller apertures, but this one is free of hot-spots at any aperture. Taken on an IR converted Sony Nex 5N (665nm) at f8. It's had a touch of Topaz Glow in PP. Angel by Jon, on Flickr
  4. Sony A7 + Pentax 645 FA45mm + Mirex Tilt Shift Mount Flare in A7 CMOS is quite serious. 1. 2. 3.
  5. (MODERATORS: I noticed the legacy lens part of the forum too late, if you think this should go there, by all means, move it. It probably does fit there best.) I worked as a professional sports photographer for years, blindly shooting away with a Canon and not truly appreciating photography. I got a promotion and was no longer required to shoot, so I sold my gear. After a few years I got the itch again, but there were stipulations: No. 1 — No backaches. I wanted to go light. No. 2 — I wanted to shoot on a budget (I've added kids and other expenses). No. 3 — I wanted to have fun.
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