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I've been trying out the 55mm as my walk-around lens on my new A7rII. Quite a change in how to frame from the 18-200mm Tamron Superzoom I've been using on my old NEX-7. When I want to go wide I shoot a panorama, which works quite well most of the time with static subjects, like the mountains you see here. The final images are huge, take a long time to process, but are fantastically detailed for printing large on my Epson 7900. 



Mountains L-R: Three Fingers, Whitehorse, Mt. Baker (volcano), Whitechuck (rocky peak), Mt. Shuksan. Taken high on Mt. Pugh 

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