Discussion in 'Digital Cameras & Equipment' started by Roger, Apr 10, 2013.
The Contax Zeiss T* 180/2.8
Nice. ; Zeiss classic!
Let's see a shot of the lens itself! ; And mounted on the NEX.
A comparison of the size of the lens mounted with the adapter against the 55-210:
The growing lens collection:
Photos not showing up for me. ; No refresh, right click, open new window, etc...just icons!
Hmm. Let me post them from my phone then!
Yes I'm lazy and haven't cut my SXSW press tag off yet.
I was hitting the size limit so that's why I tried posting from my site. I guess I have the security settings too tight!
Not too bad. ; That's about the size of my Vivitar Series One 200mm F3.5 prime...maybe a wee bit fatter.
Gotta get going on that lens collection though! ; Still looks a bit small to me. ;
Hahah too small! ; I'm on the sideline waiting to see what high quality zoom they come out with. They need to counter m4/3 soon as they have 2.8 zooms now. But a Zeiss or G Zoom would probably be acceptable.
I haven't done a 'gear' shot in a while - I need to update it! ; The last time I did a gear shot was 2 years ago...the two cameras in the shot are both older and have since been replaced, and there have been quite a few lenses added since then as well:
I keep telling myself to gather up all the gear for a group shot again, but keep failing to get around to it!
Now I can't see the image!!!
me either. ; Complete mystery as to why. ; I've edited and reposted numerous times - will not show up.
I'll have to go and take a new one anyway, I guess!
There we go. ; Don't know why the other wouldn't post - so I just uploaded it from my computer directly to TMIP. ; That's my 2-years-ago kit.
Messing around with it again, this time with the yashica 2x TC attached. Forgot to try CIZ with it though.
Wide open. I know it's got bad purple fringing but LR cleans it up nicely.
Re: More Zeiss 180 in action!
Local NTSF:SD:SUV event last night. ; Paul Scheer and Martin Starr were in attendance.
DSC01848 by RogerL2013, on Flickr
DSC01846 by RogerL2013, on Flickr
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