2017 update: I did not follow the ratings approach after some experimentation, this is an old article. About lens ratings in general Lens ratings have several advantages: Ratings are very easy to compare. They are very concise. Because it is much less work per lens I can cover many more lenses. But ratings have many shortcomings … Continue reading About lens ratings
Adapters for E-Mount cameras Guide to adapters for manual lenses Sony LA-EA4 Adapter – Review Voigtländer VM-E close focus adapter – Review Novoflex Adapter – Review Techart Pro LM-EA7 Leica M AF adapter Tuning adapters for infinity focus and reduced reflections Tripods/Ballheads/Support Tripods for mirrorless cameras – Guide Mini tripods for mirrorless cameras – Guide … Continue reading Accessories
In party 3 of my series I will tell you about my approach to post processing. This is my personal approach and there are many different approaches, some of them more sophisticated than mine, but I found that it works quite well for me this way. In case you haven’t read part 1 and 2 … Continue reading How I create Images – Part 3: Postprocessing
In this article I talk about how I use my camera in the field, so it is rather focused on the Sony Alpha 7, but I think that it holds some interest for users of other cameras as well.
Lists Manual Minolta lenses – List with ratings and short description Minolta SR mount Minolta MD 28 mm 1:2 Minolta MC Rokkor 35mm 1:1.8 Minolta MD Zoom 3.5/35-70 Minolta MC Rokkor 50mm 1:1.4 Minolta MD 50mm 1:2 Minolta MC Rokkor 1:1.7 55mm Minolta Rokkor 1:2 55mm Minolta MC Rokkor 58mm 1:1.2 Minolta MC/MD Rokkor 85mm 1:1.7 Minolta … Continue reading Minolta