Amazing narrative.It's incredible what I didn't take a photo of, a minivan drove by really fast and a wheel either fell from it or came out of it, I couldn't tell but the fallen wheel was running and bouncing, I wasn't sure what happened next because I nearly got hit by other cars, yes, plural, as I was standing in the middle of the road shocked.
And that was minutes after I took this photo.
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Thank you, it was really dangerous and chaotic and happend very fast. I have also used the Sigma 30 2.8 and that one if not for the limited centre-only PDAF zone on Sony bodies, I'd probably have that too.Amazing narrative.
Glad you're ok.
I've seen a few times what damage an inflated tire and wheel can do.
Nice photo too. I really like the A6400/30 1.4 combo.
I used to own a G3. I have nothing but fond memories of it. A lovely camera.Skipped some classes, but here I am again, at least for today
Panasonic G3 + M42 Vivitar 28mm f2.8:
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P. S. If it wasn't for one shot per day rule, I would have told you a bit about reconsidering MFT again, comparing it to Fuji, as well as shown the similar shot I took with Fuji XE2 + Industar 50, trying to asses the strengths and weaknesses of both (from my perspective, of course). But alas
P. P. S. @MoonMind The previous P. S. was in no way meant against your proposed rule of one picture per day; I was joking, but now realized it might be read differently. I'm completely fine with it and will respect it.