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Something went wrong. Sell on eBay Sell Lenses User Agreement, Privacy, Cookies and AdChoice Norton Secured - powered by Verisign. While it has a higher resolution sensor and new processor, its biggest focus is on selfies. 1626 Sony a7S III initial review Jul 28, 2020 at 14:00 The Sony a7S III is a 12MP full-frame camera primarily designed with video in mind. We take a look beyond the specs to see what it offers to filmmakers. 1553 Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III review review Jul 27, 2020 at 14:50 The Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III is our favorite Micro Four Thirds camera for stills shooters to date. In this roundup we take a look at four travel tripods and pick our favorite. 105 First impressions: ON1 360 is a cloud-based alternative to Lightroom's ecosystem Jul 12, 2020 at 13:00 ON1 joins the ecosystem game with ON1 360, a subscription service and mobile app for iOS and Android that syncs the photos you choose between devices and ON1 Photo RAW on the desktop. Here are our first impressions using it. Fast continuous shooting, reliable autofocus and great battery life are just three of the most important factors. In this buying guide we've rounded-up several great cameras for shooting sports and action, and recommended the best. Best enthusiast long zoom cameras Jul 16, 2020 at 23:29 Long-zoom compacts fill the gap between pocketable cameras and interchangeable lens models with expensive lenses, offering a great combination of lens reach and portability. Read on to learn about our favorite enthusiast long zoom cameras. These entry-level cameras should be easy to use, offer good image quality and easily connect with a smartphone for sharing. Amazon calculates a product’s star ratings based on a machine learned model instead of a raw data average. The model takes into account factors including the age of a rating, whether the ratings are from verified purchasers, and factors that establish reviewer trustworthiness.http://drukula.com/upload/bosch-move-2in1-manual.xml

See All Buying Options Add to Wish List Disabling it will result in some disabled or missing features. You can still see all customer reviews for the product. I am a relative newb to full-time manual focus, but the focus ring is very smooth and this setup seems to work very well on my D750. I love how compact it is, have been searching for something to make the D750 just a tad more portable, and I think this may supplant my Fuji X100. My only complaint, which is incredibly minor, is that I wish it had a bayonet style hood, rather than the weird screw-on one, but that's not even worth subtracting a star. Such a great lens! This is due to a loss of sharpness and possibly color registration. The exposure is not consistent between f8 and f2.5 Images made af f8 are sharp and detailed with good color saturation. Vignetting is very apparent at f2.5 and the images appear soft. Build quality seems strong. There's no autofocus. For the money, it's okay if one does not mind shooting everything at f8 - it can produce great images at that aperture. But one still has to manually focus it. Please try again later. C. Morrow 5.0 out of 5 stars I am a relative newb to full-time manual focus, but the focus ring is very smooth and this setup seems to work very well on my D750. Such a great lens!Please try again later. Please try again later.The exposure is not consistent between f8 and f2.5 Images made af f8 are sharp and detailed with good color saturation. But one still has to manually focus it.Please try again later. Please try again later. zbob 5.0 out of 5 stars Every action is silky smooth, with refreshing feel of quality and precision - it feels like fine swiss-made mechanical Watch (and it is not much bigger!). Using this lens reminded me how much fun could be using a well-engineered, excellently executed and super-sharp manual focus lens.http://www.starwheelfoundation.org/userfiles/bosch-move-2in1-manual.xml

Also, built-in CPU provides communication with your latest DSLR on-board computer, giving you access to all-auto exposure and providing you with focus confirmation in the viewfinder. This is a very sharp lens, even wide-open at f2 - maybe sharper than Nikon's own sharp prime lenses ( I compared Ultron to my 50mm F1.4 Nikkor - Ultron was sharper, especially from f2 to f8). I feel that resolution of 16.2 MP sensor in my new D7000 (DX format)is not enough to utilize optical resolution of this lens to full extend. Maybe it would shine even brighter on your FX or film camera. I love it! PS Recently I needed sharp high-res photo of a small object on FX camera. To increase depth of field the lens had to be closed to it's maximum F-number. Results from Nikon prime lenses closed-down were too soft. Ultron saved the Day - pics came out razor sharp even with lens at F22. This lens is magic!Please try again later. Please try again later. Albert G. Smith Jr. 5.0 out of 5 stars So this led me to the 40mm Ultron, hoping lightning could strike twice. I am happy to say this lens is terrific in terms of optics and construction. I wanted a small lens to minimize the profile of my full-frame camera to allow me to always have a camera with me. I had always used a 35mm lens on my Nikons and Leicas as my normal lenses, and the 50mm was also used, but I would not carry both as they are too close to justify changing lenses on the fly. The 40mm is like a perfect compromise, not too long, not too short. It was very quick for me to find myself in the right place to frame with this lens. The focusing action is more abrupt than it is on the 58mm, But this is good for a moderate wide angle with a slower aperture. I find that the manual focusing with the 40mm is very fast and accurate in most situations. Additionally, the depth of field scale allows for good zones of focus at moderate apertures for super fast grab shots in the street shooter’s style.

Optically, this lens can be used at full aperture without fear. I shot the classic “brick wall” test in oblique light and the textures revealed were unbelievable. I use “vivid” on my Nikon D700 for Jpegs, but with the 40mm Ultron, I think the “standard” picture control is more realistic because the sharpness and contrast from the lens is already high, and “vivid” almost kicks it up into a fake look. The out of focus rendering is fine, but at this focal length and at moderate apertures, bokeh isn’t its primary strength. There are nine aperture blades, so out of focus high lights do stay nice and round. There is one weakness, and I think that it is due to the desire to maintain a tiny profile, and that is the almost useless lens hood, which also requires an ineffective lens cap. The hood does nothing to prevent stray light from anything shallower than 90 degrees to the lens. The small opening requires a protruding cap that if bumped on the edge in one of the two spring loaded squeeze points will result in the cap falling off. I replaced the hood cap with the HN-3 Nikon hood (which I already had) that was used on the 35mm lenses with the 52mm filter rings. This offers much more protection plus allows for a Nikon cap to be installed inside the hood with no fear of it being bumped and lost.Please try again later. Please try again later. andy s 5.0 out of 5 stars I'm sad Nikon doesn't have any pancake lenses but this actually fits the bill. I'm not super fast with manual focus, so haven't used it for any paid gigs, but used it on some travel photography and I've gotta say it's super sharp. Very impressive. The macro side of it. Eh, I'm not a huge fan of little screw on macro adapters. The cap, in general, is also small and might not stay on in your case (depending on how you carry things). But overall I'm really impressed and love having something small to put on my D750.Please try again later. Please try again later. D. Jester 5.

0 out of 5 stars I get this mostly from subjective use of the lens in the field, but when I tested it with charts, I was able to get around 72Lpmm, and I was probably limited by my testing methods (charts, any variance in being parallel to test diagrams, false focusing, etc.). I found that it resolves more than Ektar 100 film does, and also more than a 24 MP Dx format sensor can record. I don't know how it would do exactly on full frame format digital, as I don't have one, MIGHT suffer a little in the corners. I use it on a Nikon D3300, and it works perfectly. Also this lens is small, lightweight, focuses well, and is metal. Appears that it will be durable. Usually about as soon as I buy a lens, I want to trade it for something else, but this is one I plan to keep. As with all lenses there may be some sample variation among these, but I am VERY impressed with my particulat Voigtlander 40.Please try again later. Please try again later. Shawn Young 4.0 out of 5 stars Recommended.Please try again later. Please try again later. Jason Philbrook 5.0 out of 5 stars It is the lens to beat for slightly wider than normal. Classic smooth Bokeh, sharpness comparable or exceeding a good 50mm prime lens. Construction quality and finish is excellent with lots of metal used. Smooth quick manual focusing. Nice experiences using it with my D300 and F4s. The size is tiny. The screw on lens shade works very well and also double as a filter size adaptor.Please try again later. Please try again later.I don't mind focusing since I did that for decades before autofocus came out, and it's compact size goes perfectly with the small size of the D5500. The combination makes a very nice lightweight compact alternative to my large, heavy D810.Please try again later. Please try again later. J. Cooper 5.0 out of 5 stars As a walkabout or travel lens I usually have a 50mm mounted. On occasion I have wished I had brought my 35mm lens. The Voigtlander Ultron is now on the camera most of the time.

The IQ is stunning. Lovely Bokeh, and the focal length is surprisingly versatile. It makes my D700 quite compact. I have just under a dozen lenses for different applications but the little Pancake from Voigtlander is bullying them all. I will use it as a kit lens for a DF when I purchase it later this year.Please try again later. Please try again later. Having the CPU integrated into the lens allows it to support 3D Matrix metering and matrix balanced fill flash on all SLR cameras, even DSLRs (in manual focus). In addition, this also means that the aperture is now controlled by the camera's command dial. This lens is part of the SL II series, which feature a CPU (Central Processing Unit) built into the lens. Let us know YOUR RECENTLY VIEWED ITEMS Browsing History ON Clear History Not responsible for typographical or illustrative errors. Looks like this page is missing. If you still need help, visit our help pages. All Rights Reserved. User Agreement, Privacy, Cookies and AdChoice Norton Secured - powered by Verisign. Please choose a different delivery location.Our payment security system encrypts your information during transmission. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. Please try again.Please try again.In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Register a free business account Please try your search again later.The projection which makes dim the noted lens of 1950 to the 60s revives in the present age. It is not the performance that appears in a measurement numerical value but one adhered to the beauty of the photographing result. According to a photography intention, charm extracts the two-facedness which a lens has, and can also control with a value. With the large caliber of F1.4, the full length of a main part is the 29.7-mm weight of 175g. The compact design which can always be carried was realized.

Amazon calculates a product’s star ratings based on a machine learned model instead of a raw data average. The model takes into account factors including the age of a rating, whether the ratings are from verified purchasers, and factors that establish reviewer trustworthiness. Sin embargo, debe entenderse que su uso requiere habilidad. Es necesario entender como funciona un lente muy luminoso como este, en general los lentes luminosos carecen de una buena definicion a la mayor abertura, en este caso 1.4. Al cambiar a f2.0 mejora su definicion notablemente y al llegar a f5.6 es un lente con una definicion sobresaliente. Al igual, es necesario usarlo mucho, mucho, para conseguir desarrollar la habilidad para enfocar. Yo lo uso en Sony A7 M2, A7 M3, A7R M2 y A7R M3. En todos los casos, es un lente excelente y estas camaras ofrecen la ayuda de enfoque a traves del visos EVF que permite desarrollar la habilidad necesaria para lograr un enfoque correcto. Ademas de la calidad del lente, al usar lentes manuales como este, se desarrolla la habilidad para enfocar en lo que le interesa al fotografo no lo que la camara decide que sea el punto de enfoque como sucede con los enfoques automaticos. Asi era la fotografia hace 20 o 25 anos y asi sigue siendo, el fotografo debe ser quien decida que quiere mostrar en la toma y que debe estar fuera de foco. Todas las opciones y una gran calidad a un precio muy interesante.Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again Very happy with this lens and my to go one. It has good bokeh. Built quality is top-notch. Easily became my favorite prime lens.Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again. Bravo Canon! Try that, Nikon, LEICA, Fuji or Sony.My R5 should arrive soon and I'll write much more about it. Looks like it addresses my beefs with the weird, expensive cards and dumpy ergonomics of the old Z7 and Z6, hooray!

You can either apply this to your new gear, or just take the cash and run: Hah! I said it! My website, my rules. I just held it, and it made a sharp exposure even though my hands were moving Shot in the native Apple Camera app, Pixel Dumping tells us that so long as you have at least about 6 megapixels, you have enough for anything — but LEICA has always been about so much more than just pictures. The LEICA is like the woman you marry: your soul just knows it's right. It's not about spreadsheets or mathematical analysis; you follow your gut on something as pivotal as your life decision to take the final step up to LEICA.Many of you, especially those of you who remember DSLRs whose finders would go dark and couldn't focus with slow lenses, may not realize how incredibly well the EOS-R system works with slow lenses and even stacked teleconverters. They use Fresnel lenses (a.k.a. DO, Diffractive Optics) and even collapse for storage. Canon thought out of the box and gave birders and others two long lenses that will work brilliantly on the EOS-R system that never could have been done on SLRs or DSLRs. Bravo, Canon! You win more often than you'd think, but you lose all the chances you don't take. Our founding fathers took a huge chance telling the world's mightiest military empire to go stuff themselves, and we, a bunch of rag-tag hillbillies, won. We didn't realize that eventually we were more trouble to the British than they thought we were worth, so they gave up on on 19 October 1781 and Great Britain formally recognized the independence of the United States in the Treaty of Paris on 03 September 1783. Took them almost seven years, ha!. Good through Sunday, 05 July 2020. Also at Adorama. I have two of these that I use for video ( review ). I so much more enjoy shooting this and get better images from it than I do from anything from Fuji, Sony or LEICA. Bravo!

He offers a money-back guarantee, so you can't afford not to check them out: The X-T200 is easy to hate because it has Fuji's atrocious menu system, not simplified for the basic user for whom this camera is intended, and to make things worse, it's loaded with unmarked mystery dials and buttons sure to flummox anyone who doesn't shoot it every day. If you only shoot once a week, forget figuring out this camera. Also like the original D3000, it lacks the processing power to handle quickly; always taking a bit longer than it should to respond to inputs. If you want a fantastic camera at an even lower price, get a superb DSLR like the Nikon D3500 which is a way better camera for most people than the X-T200. X-T4 review. Unlike digital cameras, good tripods last for more than a lifetime. I'm still using the world's first carbon fiber tripod, my Gitzo G1228 Mountaineer, that I bought back when it first came out in the 1990s, and I've been using it every day since. Don't skimp. Doctors and nurses use these, especially in emergency rooms, to measure how well someone is breathing. Learn all about it. It's great people like you who allow me to keep adding to this site full-time. Thanks! It costs you nothing, and is this site's, and thus my family's, biggest source of support.I recommend them all personally. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Sell your camera today and get top market value. Please contact a KEH photographyCall 1-800-342-5534 or chat with us online! This range of focal lengths is 40mm, 50mm, 55mm, and 60mm. This classification is only for the standard 35mm full-frame or digital full-frame camera format. If you are using a digital camera with less than this, the focal length must be multiplied by a factor based on the actual size of the sensor. In most cases, this is a multiple of 1.5x, but can vary slightly. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website.

Sell your camera today and get top market value. Please contact a KEH photographyCall 1-800-342-5534 or chat with us online! Minimum focus is an extremely close 30cm. The balance with OM camera bodies is superb. Minimum focus: 1.0 feet. Weight: 4.9oz. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. Please try again.Terms apply.In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Create a free account Also check our best rated Camera reviews Representative 21.9% APR (variable). Credit offered by NewDay Ltd, over 18s only, subject to status. Terms apply.In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Please try your search again later.You can edit your question or post anyway.The projection which makes dim the noted lens of 1950 to the 60s revives in the present age. It is not the performance that appears in a measurement numerical value but one adhered to the beauty of the photographing result. According to a photography intention, charm extracts the two-facedness which a lens has, and can also control with a value. It's not a scientificIt's a random selection, lenses I had in stock from my A7. So noFrom the full format lenses I tested on the A7In my opinion it makes noI made my first sample picture series, I was disappointed: wide openSame thing with the SELP1650,Something wrong with the camera. I consulted a forum, the answers were all the same: this is normal. If you are interested, here is why. As nobody told me before, a warning: only the luminous lenses which are sharp at F 8 are usable on APS-C sensor cameras. TheDetailed informationsSome information on Russian and other eastern lenses, including the adaption of M39 Zenit mount lenses, is on this page. You will also find some hints for Braun Paxette lenses which have a similar problem on another page.

WhenAnd, you haveSo before buying a lens, be sure thatFor details and pictures click on the name of a lens, it will lead you to it's page. Behind the sample images there are bigger ones. So you may look at the full resolution image and judgeThis caused some trouble withSo if a sampleAll sample pictures have been taken at 200 ISO unless. It is sometimes erratic with the tints of old glass. Have a look at the EXIF data. STM was supposed to improve the quality of focus when shooting video, special attention is paid to smooth focus. Focusing is really smooth and smooth. It is stated that STM is a special technology that allows you to get silent focus, which is very important when shooting video, in fact, this is not entirely true. In auto AF mode, instant manual focus compensation is available. The lens uses electromechanical manual focus (electronically-driven in Western literature). This means that in manual MF focusing mode, the lens can only be focused on the camera. In the removed position, or on the camera turned off, the lens focus ring does not focus:) In fact, due to the fact that manual focus adjustment can only be made when the shutter button is pressed halfway, talking about the constant possibility of manual focus correction is simply impossible. All this focusing gimmick spoils the impression of the lens a little. Metal bayonet mount. Focusing speed is above average, but I can not say that it is high. Canon Lens EF 40mm 1: 2.8 STM uses a 7-blade aperture. Lens with maximally protruded trunk focused on MDF. The most amazing thing is that this baby is suitable for full-length 'thick' cameras. The lens weighs only 130 grams and uses a standard diameter for 52mm filters. The lens does not have a mount under the modern “snap-on” hood, so you can install only a hood that is screwed into the thread under the filter. The assembly is good - the lens body is made of plastic with metal mount.On the Canon APS-C 1.6X crop, the EGF of the lens becomes 64mm.

How convenient it will be to use such EGF, everyone decides for himself. EGF and good bokeh on cropped cameras allows you to shoot portraits.Chromatic aberrations weak and the lens tolerates back and side light well. In general, the lens has excellent image quality, which is not surprising for a fixed lens with a not very large aperture. Also, the lens has a good bokeh. On-camera JPEG L, high quality. Noise reduction at slow shutter speeds was turned off. Parameters: contrast correction - 0, sharpness - 0, saturation - 0, tone color - 0. Used white balance: 'Shadow' and 'Cloudy.' The size of the photos was reduced to 3 MP. Together with the lens they sent me a kit macro rings Meike Macro Extension Tube For Canon ( such ) with support for auto focus. Rings consist of 3 parts of different lengths: 13mm, 21mm and 31mm. You can create 7 combinations of different lengths for different magnifications. With rings there is an A4 sheet with instructions in English. Meike rings are made in China and are made to the touch with 'cheap plastic.' Two rings come with rings. The rings have not very convenient clips, but such rings are quite suitable for their tasks.In the comments, you can ask a question on the topic and you will definitely be answered, and you can also express your opinion, leave your feedback or describe your experience. For the selection of photographic equipment, I recommend E-Catalog. Many little things for the photo can be found on AliExpress. Conclusions: I would definitely buy myself such a lens on a 'baby camera' Canon 100D. Among the shortcomings, I highlight a slightly strange manual focus mode and not very large aperture for a similar fixed lens. Do not forget subscribe to my instagram. I have Canon 5d Mark 2, but I have neither a regular lens, nor autofocus in general. So far, only Helios 44-2. Torn between 50mm 1.8 and 40mm 2.8. The tasks are simple: everyday at home, sometimes a full-length studio photo.

There are a lot of staffers in my city, and there are not many magpies and half-lifes in good condition. I want to buy first what is less) It’s a good fit for recording video, and the size is convenient, it won’t take up much space, and in a couple of widths and a telephoto instead of a whale for trips, that’s it. When you need something in the middle of a hole in the range from 18 to 50 (24) or from 30 to 70 (40), for example, fast and small. Tempting sizes and price (?) - quality. Thanks in advance to those who answered. Started to shoot with him on the street. And it seemed to me freshish and uninteresting, as if you were shooting on an advanced soap box. But it all depends on the light. The scattered light will forgive. And light spots, hard light and accents help make the picture much more artistic. For the money for which you can buy it - this is generally a wonderful thing. Explore 0 Description Lens Hood - Lens Dome - Front Lens Cap - Rear Lens Cap - Voigtlander 1 Year Warranty. Brand: Voigtlander. Lens Series: Heliar.Adapter for VM-Mount Lens to Sony E-Mount Camera. The lens itselfIts optical designVM mount lens designed for Sony EAdapter. A 40mm focal length on full frame cameras providesWe'd love to help you out.