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Discussion in 'Through the Lens' started by spider, Oct 7, 2010.
Once again, my trusty nifty fifty comes through
Here's one more
Nice, very Audrey Hepburn
"Who is He?"
(love the last picture!! )
I am going to do a sunset shoot next week, but I never shot a sunset style yet.
We are recreating an engagement proposal on the beach It's going to be beeeeeautiful! lol
Lots of strobe power and a high aperture, like f9 and 1/200 SS and ISO 100
Someday ill be able to afford strobes... lol
I'm in my studio stuff about 3k total
Can I get an opinion on this lens?
it's 85mm but since I'm not shooting with a full frame the effective length is
- Is it worth the $ to buy it?
- better to save and get something made for Digital?
I've bought Minolta MD Lenses for 25$ before.
I am not too familiar with that lens but I know that for a Canon EF Mount 85mm f1.8 lens, it is around 400$ for a lens with a superb review. I'd buy digital.
Note: This lens will works with 35mm SLR film camera NOT digital SLR camera.
unless you have a 35mm SLR camera
Canon 85mm 1.8 is usually 375-475 on-line
I have an adapter, been using SLR lenses.
Is there something about this specific lens that makes you think otherwise?
MD to EOS Adaptors are only 35 bucks on ebay. A great investment because MD lenses are usually cheap as dirt!
Nope, I just completely forgot about the adapter xD! (I just copy and pasted that from the ebay link xD)
I've got a Minolta X-7A (with battery grip) and 80-200mm lens with 2x teleconverter that I'll trade off
I got rid of my 35mm stuff, kept some lenses, which is why I'm shooting with a SONY DSLR.
So I'm looking at this:
SONY 100mm F2.8
I don't know anything about Sony. Always been shooting with Canon since I started.
Anyone have new portraits to post? My next concept shoot is Sunday
My shoots are saturday and sunday ill have some then.
I dont know anything about sony either...canon girl here... :0!
I'll trade you the minolta kit for a lens Crysta