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Oct 04, 2017 04:34 |  #1021

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I'm participating in a Mental Health Awareness photography challenge. I missed the first 2 or 3 days ... yesterday was "light", and today's theme was "water".

Today's shot - worked so not much time to get out and think about it.

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Oct 04, 2017 05:15 |  #1022

roseyposey wrote in post #18465686 (external link)
Yes the Tokina is great for the star shape rays at small apertures. But I do need to try get a lens hood for it .... maybe I'll see if there's u apdated version of the lens as it's a bit of a favourite.

No I didn't feel the earthquake ... looked on Geonet but didn't see a 4.6, but sometimes they down grade them ... or upgrade. It may have been too far away, or too deep.

This is where the quake occurred...if you are interested. If you were taking a picture at that time and the lens had good image stabalization it may not have affected the shot:-D


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Oct 04, 2017 22:30 |  #1023

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This is where the quake occurred...if you are interested. If you were taking a picture at that time and the lens had good image stabalization it may not have affected the shot:-D
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Oh yes - my sister felt that. They are on holiday over there. It's a couple of hour's drive from me.


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Oct 06, 2017 03:08 |  #1024

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #18465707 (external link)
Lovely shot Rose, great tones captured plus a really nice sun star.

Thanks the Tokina is great for sun stars :-)


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Oct 06, 2017 03:10 |  #1025

Slightly different angle, different lens and different light on a previous shot, just for fun

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Oct 07, 2017 04:27 |  #1026

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Oct 07, 2017 04:31 |  #1027

Hi - just wondering if anyone using the M5 with older lenses, and what opinions are?

Thanks


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Oct 07, 2017 07:31 |  #1028

roseyposey wrote in post #18467680 (external link)
Hi - just wondering if anyone using the M5 with older lenses, and what opinions are?

Thanks

I have some old Olympus Zuiko lenses that I have enjoyed using. Specifically a 50mm f/3.5 macro lens and a 200mm f/4 tele. The Olympus lenses are small and easily handled, so go well with the M5. just using cheap adapter from eBay, but it gets the job done. Manual focusing is quite fast and easy with the M5. Will have a look, and post up some samples later.


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Oct 07, 2017 23:49 |  #1029

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I have some old Olympus Zuiko lenses that I have enjoyed using. Specifically a 50mm f/3.5 macro lens and a 200mm f/4 tele. The Olympus lenses are small and easily handled, so go well with the M5. just using cheap adapter from eBay, but it gets the job done. Manual focusing is quite fast and easy with the M5. Will have a look, and post up some samples later.

OK thanks ... I've been given a Minolta SLR with 50mm f/1.7, so have ordered an adapter to try it on my M5. I have a couple of Helios m42 (I think thats it), but haven't tried them on the M5. Will need to use two adapters unless I buy another - I do enjoy the swirly bokeh they give.


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Oct 08, 2017 01:11 |  #1030

Grasses at Haumoana today:

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Oct 08, 2017 01:39 |  #1031

Silver Efex edit of an a shot during the week:

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Oct 08, 2017 02:47 |  #1032

roseyposey wrote in post #18467680 (external link)
Hi - just wondering if anyone using the M5 with older lenses, and what opinions are?

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probably need to clarify what you mean "older"...
the oldest lens I use is dated 2003 (16-35mm) whereas the oldest lens I own (75-300mm) is far older but only used as a dustcover... ;-)a


some fairly old canon camera stuff, canon lenses, Manfrotto "thingy", 1D MK II converted for IR, and now an M5
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Oct 08, 2017 02:52 |  #1033

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probably need to clarify what you mean "older"...
the oldest lens I use is dated 2003 (16-35mm) whereas the oldest lens I own (75-300mm) is far older but only used as a dustcover... ;-)a


Hmm - I probably needed to say legacy non Canon lenses, or Canon lenses pre digital, or different mounts ( usually with an adapter and auto functions lost) .... hopefully that's a bit clearer.

Mainly interested in performance of non dedicated M5 lenses.


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Oct 09, 2017 02:23 as a reply to  @ roseyposey's post |  #1034

I’ve used mine with my old Canon FD 50mm f/1.4 SSC with good results.


I imagine with the right adapter any good lens will perform well. It will be full manual, but metering should work and the
Focus Peaking really helps...


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Oct 11, 2017 01:23 |  #1035

More than a little sick of the weather ... intermittent torrential rain for two days, and what felt like a cool gale today! Some clouds and rays though ...

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