NEX5 + Nikon 17-35mm
Old 12-21-2010   #1
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NEX5 + Nikon 17-35mm

Here are some shots from my Sony NEX5 using the Nikon 17-35mm f2.8 lens. I used the tilt-transformer as an adapter, although I didn't try the tilt ability (I'll post some results on that later). Those were taken on top of Mount Lafayette, NH.


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Old 12-21-2010   #2
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very nice.
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Old 12-21-2010   #3
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I agree, very nice. I am really impressed with the NEX. Of course, using a Nikkor on the camera doesn't hurt, either!
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Dude, I am Impressed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 12-22-2010   #5
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Thanks for your comments ! It's indeed a very nice place. A beautiful hike !
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Cool !!! Love them
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Great pictures! Must have been a great hike too!
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For those who are curious, here's what it looks like (pretty unbalanced) :

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Very impressive pictures indeed! Must have been a cold place to stay.

By the way, how did the battery behave at these low temperatures? Or did you pack a couple of them? I've found that the 330 picture rating is optimistic to say the least..
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Very impressive pictures indeed! Must have been a cold place to stay.

By the way, how did the battery behave at these low temperatures? Or did you pack a couple of them? I've found that the 330 picture rating is optimistic to say the least..
Thanks ! The battery did behave correctly. I had only one, but kept it warm between the shots. I must have taken about 150 pictures and 30% of the battery remained (at -10C). But the battery is somewhat new, I'm planning on buying a second one for longer hikes.
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[quote=angeloks;1497998]For those who are curious, here's what it looks like (pretty unbalanced) :

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Cool...¡¡¡¡I have the same glass...Please tell me which adapter You have....I wanna give a try on my nex 5
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