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  1. Hi, everyone. So glad to be on this forum. This is my first post here. Visit my IG for behind-the-scenes and more info: https://www.instagram.com/reynantem/ Sometimes, it helps to just slow down and appreciate what we have in life, without asking for anything more in excess. There have been a lot of moments in my life where I wanted more from everything that I forgot how beautiful and magical it was that I already had. Have you had this experience too? Shot with a Sony a7ii + Sony FE 90mm Macro G OSS @ 1/250 sec., f/8, and ISO-100.
  2. Few days ago, I got Macro adapter(s) for E-mount Full Frame; 10mm + 16mm. Easy to mount; tried 16mm adapter today, with some tech stuff, phone macro, SD card macro, it's really doing what described; as autofocusing is enabled by electronics being connected thru adapter; at the first look, it's working nicely. Will try to test more, outside, taking images in forest, nature. Must say that I had already 49mm filter magnifier. Did not use it a lot, as it's image results are not perfect, still for some basic needs (just magnifying and tolerating images being distorted), it works as well. For smartphones, there are lots of those "adapters", Wide, Telephoto and Macro, most of them with very bad vignetting, many with optics far from being good, but still working. With the Macro adapters 10mm + 16mm, must say that Sony autofocusing looks (sometimes) a bit "confused" for few milliseconds, then it "makes" proper distance decisions. Images, finally, look good.
  3. Hey everyone. I'm new to the world of legacy lenses. Modern lenses are a bit out of my price range at the moment, so I'm looking into the legacy lens market for some nice lenses. I currently own a Sony A7 III with a Sony Sonnar Zeiss 55 1.8. The lens is great, but the focusing distance isn't that great. I shoot a lot of action figures, and like a macro lens for still photography. Any recommendations as to what I should be looking for?
  4. daniromanesi

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    From the album: Nature

    Sony Alpha A99 + Sony 50mm f/2.8 macro 50mm, 1/100, f/2.8, ISO 250

    © © Daniela Romanesi

  5. From the album: Macro

    Sony A7, Pentacon el. 29mm f2.8 M42 reverse on macro tubes 12mm and 24mm + ext. flash.

    © Atrej photography

  6. From the album: Macro

    Sony A7, Pentacon el. 29mm f2.8 M42 reverse on macro tubes 12mm and 24mm + ext. flash.

    © Atrej photography

  7. Striker

    Help Me

    From the album: Bugs

    © ©ToddMesher 2015

  8. Striker

    Fruit Fly

    From the album: Bugs

    Venice Beach Fruit Fly

    © ©ToddMesher 2015

  9. From the album: Bugs

    Cycloneda Sanguinea (Ladybug) on a leaf.

    © ©ToddMesher 2015

  10. Striker

    Dragon Fly

    From the album: Bugs

    Macro DragonFly on a Dead Flower. Male Flame Skimmers are known for their entirely red or dark orange body, this includes eyes, legs, and even wing veins.

    © ©ToddMesher 2015

  11. Visit my IG for behind-the-scenes and more info: https://www.instagram.com/reynantem/ We can wish, hope, and dream all we want. But unless we’re able to wake up and act, nothing will come true. I'd love to hear what you think about this.
  12. From the album: Rokkor 50 1.4 on Sony a6000

    Shot this guy like 15 minutes after buying a cheap Minolta 1:1 extension tube from our local camera shop for $10. Added it to my 50 1.4 Rokkor and a6000 and found this guy behind the building. Right place, right time. Shot handheld.
  13. ymnno

    Fly

    From the album: Some Surprising Result

  14. ymnno

    Laying Egg

    From the album: Some Surprising Result

  15. ymnno

    Ready to fly

    From the album: Some Surprising Result

  16. From the album: Nature

    Sony A7R + Sony 50mm f/2.8 macro + Adapter LAEA4 f/2.8 , ISO 200 , 1/200, 50mm

    © © Daniela Romanesi

  17. From the album: Macro

    Sony A7, Pentacon el. 29mm f2.8 M42 reverse on macro tubes 12mm and 24mm + ext. flash.

    © Atrej photography

  18. artguide

    Stamens

    From the album: ericpaulweissman.com

    I love shooting with my Sony A7II and my Prime 90 MM FE. This is also a great Portrait lens.

    © ericpaulweissman.com aka Eric Paul Weissman, Toronto Canada

  19. omrhsn

    Orchid 1

    From the album: Flowers and Macro

    Sony A7ii + Canon FD 50mm f3.5 macro @ f3.5

    © Omer Hassan

  20. omrhsn

    Insect

    From the album: Flowers and Macro

    Sony A7ii + Canon FD 50mm f3.5 macro @ f5.6

    © Omer Hassan

  21. Hello, I just bought a set of Meike macro extension tubes for my Alpha 6300. They work fine, with one exception: The AF confirms correct focus (green AF field) even when the display shows that the subject is strongly blurred. Without the macro tubes, the AF is fine. It seems (but I didn't check this thoroughly) that the AF with macro tubes works a bit more reliable with shorter focal length. I didn't have this problem with my (now sold) Canon equipment. Did somebody else stumble upon this problem? Thanks, Robert ...
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