sony showcase

  1. The Electric Squirrel

    Sony Showcase Tamron 28-200 f/2.8-5.6 Di III RXD FE-mount showcase

    I remember back when superzooms were just for convenience, not image quality. Heck, zooms in general were compromising greatly on IQ back in the days of the film era, even in the very end of it. So now that I've used this Tamron 28-200 superzoom for Sony FE-mount for a while, I'm still quite...
  2. AlwaysOnAuto

    Sony Showcase Sony 2.8/90 MACRO G OSS

    Thought I'd start a showcase for this lens.
  3. AlwaysOnAuto

    Sony Showcase Sony FE 3.5-5.6/28-70

    Yeah, the 'kit' lens that doesn't get much love it seems. I guess I'm easy to please.
  4. Ad Dieleman

    Sony Showcase Sony FE 28-60mm 1:4-5.6

    Bought this lens a few hours ago and here are a few samples from a street shoot on the way back home, stopping by in the city center which is my usual hunting ground. Someone's not happy with me snapping :) Tiny crop. Lens holding up quite well.
  5. M

    Sony Showcase Tamron budget F2.8 primes

    Sharp, cheap, lightweight and close focus. They could be smaller and focus could be smoother. The 24. A crop.
  6. jyc860923

    Sony Showcase Tamron 17-70 f2.8

    Here are the first shots I've taken with the newly arrived Tamron 17-70 2.8, I'm really impressed by how confident and reliable the auto focus is, even in very low light.
  7. jyc860923

    Sony Showcase Sony 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS PZ

    That's right, the lens that many own but not talked about, I'll start with this.
  8. jyc860923

    Sony Showcase Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DC DN images thread

    Slightly cropped, both taken with the 30 1.4 stopped down, lens firmware upgraded to the v03 and AF is about the same or faster than the Sony 50mm 1.8 OSS lens, which is not ideal for fast moving subjects.
  9. jyc860923

    Sony Showcase Sony E 50mm F1.8 OSS images thread

    This was the first lens I got for my Sony system. I took this photo at the subway during peak hour, the lady wearing a speaker probably has got the easiest job, to tell people to wait for the next train, luckily we don't have those "pushers" you see in Japan or even Beijing these days. Here she is.
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