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vibranze

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My first MF lens and I love it. :)

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vibranze

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vibranze

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Welcome, vibranze!

Beautiful pics... thanks for sharing.

Hexanons are very impressive. Is this the pancake lens you're using?

Thanks Dioptrick =)

Yes, this is the pancake lens. I have another Hexanon 50/1.7, will post a photo of it in separate thread.

I like the characteristic of Hexanon and I actually started to hunt them down, next to get is 135/f3.2. :D

Cheers.
 

Halka

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Sweet shots, the 40 is probably the next one I'll be getting :)
 

vibranze

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I notice that all the shots have a dark vignetting around the edges. Is the lens doing this, or did you deliberately add this (lens filter, hood, or digital editing)?

Hi Dioptrick,
No, I purposely put it as it helps to bring the subject. I know not all people is a fans of vignetting so pardon me if you don't like it =)
Cheers.
 

vibranze

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Here is the Hexanon 40 f1.8 lens look like, photo taken with 50 f1.7.

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Dioptrick

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Hi Dioptrick,
No, I purposely put it as it helps to bring the subject. I know not all people is a fans of vignetting so pardon me if you don't like it =)
Cheers.

I like it :)

I notice things like this immediately because I used to add this effect via a lens filter. I was just curious whether yours happened by accident or was done in purpose. Nicely done!
 

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Don't have the NEX yet, but have used the hexanons on Olympus 4/3, as well as the m4/3, and panasonic. They always do really well, if I do my part. I still have a 52mm, that I use on my E-p2.
 

vibranze

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Here are a couple with the 40/1.8 and the NEX C3

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and one with a Konica 24/2.8

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For whatever reason the Hexanons and the NEX are a really good match for one another.

Hi Dixeyk,
Yeah, I second to that :)
 

AK47J

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I love my 40/1.8 so far.

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