japanese maple by Don, on Flickr japanese forest grass by Don, on Flickr adams needle by Don, on Flickr Today I had a chance to give my new A7ii a full workout. Chose my 105/2.8 D Nikkor Micro for some test shots, along with a Metabones adapter. None of the Nikkor Micros are clunkers IMHO, but I wanted to see how this one would stand up to full frame sensor scrutiny. All shot wide open or close to it, steady shot on & selected for 105mm focal length. The lens did not disappoint. I'm getting better detail and colors than anything I had in a Nikon body, but to be fair, all my previous bodies were crop format/APS-C. What's also interesting is that even though I was shooting in the early morning wide open, the take rate is pretty much 100%. I think the steady shot is the key here. With my Nikon D7000 body and the same lens, I'd be lucky to get a 50% take rate.