Konica Hexanon AR 1.4/57 @ NEX-7
Old 12-30-2011   #1
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Konica Hexanon AR 1.4/57 @ NEX-7


HexNex01 by LucisPictor, on Flickr

Some quick shots around our house...


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Old 12-30-2011   #2
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very nice! The 57/1.4 AR is one of the best kept secrets!
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Old 12-30-2011   #3
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I like mine for the FOV and bokeh.
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Very nicely done, Kent.
Tell us about the NEX-7. How do you feel using it?
Does it give you the same satisfaction (or better) than your film cameras?
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Old 12-31-2011   #5
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Raid, I love the handling of the "7"!
It's a nice mixture between the typical NEX-usage (which I know and am accustomed to because of the NEX-3) and a more classical approach with those "tri-navi" wheels.

My favourite film cams are the Yashica 35 GS and the Zorki-4 and yes, the handling of the NEX-7 definitely can catch up with those, IMHO.

Of course, it is different and you need to get used to it. But I needed about one day to get to that point.


The NEX-7 is not perfect, but it is a very, very good camera.
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excellent samples of a truly great lens. i have planars, biometars, heliars and skpoars and i can safely say none beat this lens at any aperture. in fact, i also have hexanon ar's 21, 24, 40,&85 and this is my favorite out of all of them.
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Beautiful renditions by that combo. Sharp where it needs to be, and soft, not smeared in the background. With all the bad news coming out of Rochester lately, I may have to start rethinking what direction I'm going.

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