Last weekend we traveled to West Lafayette Indiana to view the BIG 10 Men's Swimming Championship at Purdue University (my son swims for Penn State). Of course I brought along my trusty NEX-7, and a few lenses. The fans of each team were separated into different sections whose assignment changed with each session. Although none of the upper level sections were ideal to shoot a swim meet ( I was jealous of the photographers with the deck passes ), at least I was getting different vantage points. Here's a collection of the shots I took... Purdue's pool was beautiful. One of the best I've been. This is cropped fisheye (Rokinon 8mm 2.8). I believe I shot this at f/8. Another shot of the pool, this time using the Sony Zeiss 24mm 1.8. and one more fish-eye. I then pulled out my Minolta Maxxum 200mm 2.8. I didn't love the LA-EA4 AF adaptor for this, mostly due to the loss of some light and so-so AF, so now I just shoot it manual focus. a few "team" shots... I used my Olympus 100mm 2.8 for this one... but then quickly switched back to the 200mm Minolta. For an indoor pool, the lighting was good. I was able to shoot ISO 800 at f/3.2 and 1/500 sec. Distance was the obvious problem as all the "action" swim shots are cropped.