Yesterday (or maybe the day before) the subject came up of big old Nikkor glass, and I posted a picture that was originally posted on the Mu43 forum (Amin will probably remember this). But wait, this isn't exactly why I created this thread! Instead, posting this image (discussing the big old Nikkor glass), I knew I had to hang that Nikkor 85mm/f1.4 prime on the Sonys too. So I did that, just so all could see the esthetics of these combinations. (I also took a couple example images using these camera/lens combos, but the results are so different I didn't want to infer a difference in the camera capabilities that could really be the result of my poor performance in this sloppy test.) This first image is of the Nikkor 85mm f/1.4 on the a6000. The image below is the Nikkor 85mm f/1.4 on the a5100. (If you notice the difference in color of the counter top in these images, you will understand my earlier comment about my poor performance.) This glass is a gigantic waste (as it was on the Oly) because it is a FX/FF lens feeding an APS-C sensor... Now when that new E-mount FF configuration makes its debut in a couple months, the combination will get a different perspective! These images were taken in available light with overhead compact fluorescents, before sunrise (so no sunlight contributed by nearby windows), and fair amount of post-processing (via my normal workflow). I should add that this combo is not easy to focus and requires good light, a very steady hand (no OSS here), and a fast shutter to avoid vibration considering that this is effectively a 128mm lens. I would not recommend using this combo on a tripod (especially on the a5100) because the lens is so heavy a significant moment arm results in the cantilever configuration. That glass is as heavy as it looks!