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    Posted: 11 February 2007 at 16:54
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A sample landscape from Switzerland today morning.



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I took this picture in a Turkish Garden at Istanbul
KM D7D with 28-135


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50mm f8,0

60mm f8


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A700,7D,7xi,5000,RD175,50mm f1.7, 28mm f2.8 28-75mm f2.8, 70-210 f4 beercan, 75-300mm Sigma 28-300mm, Minolta 28-135mm
 



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Sony A100 + 28-135 - ISO100 - 1/320 f8 - no PP

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Camera: Konica Minolta MAXXUM 7D
Exposure: 0.002 sec (1/500)
Aperture: f/5.6
Focal Length: 100 mm
ISO Speed: 100


A700,7D,7xi,5000,RD175,50mm f1.7, 28mm f2.8 28-75mm f2.8, 70-210 f4 beercan, 75-300mm Sigma 28-300mm, Minolta 28-135mm
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120mm f/8:



28mm f/8:



28mm f/4. The flare control on this lens is B-A-D. Get a hood!

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The more I use this lens , the more I like it. ( and this is a first addition crossed x model )



Shot with A-100 Iso 400 28mm f4.5

TOM

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TOM A350, A580, 550si, a complete set of Maxxum crossed x len's (minus the 300mm), Tam 17-50 2.8, 70-200 2.8. 70-300 5-6.3 USD, 90 2.8 macro
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All taken with A200 in Williamsburg, New York


Manhattan skyline HDR

Hdr @ 135mm F/9



Man and his dog enjoying the sunset view



Street art in williamsburg




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Model: DSLR-A200 ISO: 100 Exposure: 1/320 sec Aperture: 5.6 Focal Length: 135mm
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Alpha α700
Minolta: 28-135mm F4-4.5 | 50mm F1.4
Sony 70-300mm G

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