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  1. I am getting mine delivered today. I will be sharing my photos, taken with Sony A7r. Let’s see yours. (If a similar thread exists, please let me know. I did not see one.)
  2. I've not long had this combo, using it as my general purpose 35mm lens - but recently also bought the voigtlander 35mm 2.5 pancake to (maybe) replace it for street photography - only because it's smaller. Sony A7S + Voigtlander Nokton 35mm 1.2 II by dancook1982, on Flickr Here's a selection of photos I've taken with it Piano Bokeh by dancook1982, on Flickr Clio on Fire by dancook1982, on Flickr Keep behind the line by dancook1982, on Flickr DSC02238 by dancook1982, on Flickr Lou Night Running by dancook1982, on Flickr Cameo by dancook1982, on Flickr Untold b
  3. I've been using fast 35mm primes as my main lens for a few years now and the Voigtlander 35/1.2 always intrigued me as it is the fastest 35mm that I knew of, so a soon as the a7R was introduced I knew it was time own one. The a7R didn't last long however, as a low light shooter it just wasn't the right camera for me plus I didn't like how it demoted my legacy lenses to pieces of junk. Luckily Sony didn't wait long to provide me with the perfect escape route out of an otherwise bad investment in the form of the amazing a7S, a long awaited mirrorless successor of my beloved D3s (what a beast
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