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EverydayGetaway
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Oct 21, 2019 23:48 |  #8386

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I only have a 35mm lens for my Fuji right now, but needed something a bit longer to shoot a concert. These were shot with the Zeiss 50mm f1.4. Wasn't a fun experience trying to focus that on moving subjects, but a few came out good.
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It gets easier the more you do it. I'm one of the rare few who actual thinks it was easier on my DSLR than it is with most of my mirrorless cameras though. I had an EG-S screen in my 6D and I swear it was super easy to nail focus on that thing... I've never had quite the same level of confidence with any of my Fuji's or (especially) my previous Sony's.

Minolta MD 35-70mm f3.5 Macro

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This is probably the only lens I miss using on full frame. There's some lenses that just have a special something that's hard to describe... this is one of them (and I'm not typically a zoom guy).

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Oct 22, 2019 21:28 |  #8387

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #18948502 (external link)
It gets easier the more you do it. I'm one of the rare few who actual thinks it was easier on my DSLR than it is with most of my mirrorless cameras though. I had an EG-S screen in my 6D and I swear it was super easy to nail focus on that thing... I've never had quite the same level of confidence with any of my Fuji's or (especially) my previous Sony's.

I found MF easier on DSLRs because of the confirmation dot that pops up when you hit it. I shoot a lot of film on manual cameras and don't have much of an issue, it's just the constant movement that throws me off. Normally when I'm shooting MF on a mirrorless I use the magnifier, but with the band moving around it's hard to follow and you have a split second to take the shot before they move out of focus and with the magnifier I can't see the whole composition. The focus peaking was actually pretty good; significantly better then my Olympus cameras were. I had to set to red which was a bad move considering the stage lights were also red. I have plenty of shows in the future that I can practice more with.


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Oct 22, 2019 21:47 |  #8388

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Oct 23, 2019 04:13 |  #8389

EOS 1000D/XS, Meyer Optik Trioplan 100mm f2.8

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Nov 04, 2019 12:29 |  #8390

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Nov 04, 2019 21:53 |  #8391

Picked up some adapters to use my modest manual lens collection on my EOS R

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