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N is for Neptune Terminal

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N is for New meets old at sunset
Taken at one location





A99, tamron 24-70 2.8 USD

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N is for Nanoha 5x micro lens.

First three tests with NanoHa on the a7rII at Full Frame setting, the lens is actually for APS-C but works great on FF.
All shoots stopped down 1 step, that is f16.

First tests handhold at 5x, not easy with the very shallow DOF, IBIS setting as a 400mm lens with the Lens Compensation app.
Various subjects.

Tiny scratch on one of my lenses, cropped.
DSC06610 by Cekari, on Flickr

My thumb.
DSC06613_14 by Cekari, on Flickr

Tiny wound on my pointing finger knuckle.
DSC06652 by Cekari, on Flickr

Tiny tiny red liver spot on my arm, and a hair cropped to about 10x.
DSC06681 10:1 crop by Cekari, on Flickr


Second tests on tripod and stacking.
Original shot for checking dark corners at 5x.
Not much of dark corners at 5x, little more at 4x thou, but lot of dust spots when I just had the sensor cleaned, but this lens brings forward even the tiniest spots.
DSC07363 dark corners min at 5x by Cekari, on Flickr

To much movement between shoots ( about 10/1000mm)
Mold on an old cheese.

DSC07394_431 38IS by Cekari, on Flickr

DSC07457_473 17IS by Cekari, on Flickr

DSC07476_509 34IS by Cekari, on Flickr


Third tests on tripod and stacking.
Better with about 2/1000mm per shot.
Mold on an old piece of dark bread.

DSC07601_698 96IS by Cekari, on Flickr

DSC07699_781 83IS by Cekari, on Flickr

Heavy crop of previous.
DSC07699_781 83IS shcrop by Cekari, on Flickr
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N is for Numbers

A99 + CZ 16-35/f2.8 ZA SSM
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"N" for New Sheriff In Town"

Sony a7RII/GM 70-200mm F2.8

Strobist info: 1 Flashpoint Evolv 200 in large strip box with grid camera right


New Sheriff In Town
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N is for going Nuts


NEX6 + E16-50PZ
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N is for Narrowboat.


Sony A77, Minolta 70-120mm f3.5-4.5, 85mm f2.8, ISO 100, 1/320, f8
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N is for nose

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N is for a Navy vessel


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Post Options Post Options   Quote Coast Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 February 2019 at 20:30
nice ship nice photo

I wrote the above before I noticed that American flag
Do you know what the story is on it?
thanks Coast
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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 February 2019 at 08:45
Originally posted by Coast Coast wrote:

nice ship nice photo

I wrote the above before I noticed that American flag
Do you know what the story is on it?
thanks Coast
Thanks Joseph, It's actually an original Dutch Navy ship (you can still see the old "number" under the fresh paint on the bow) that was bought and refurbished by the Belgian Navy. That day they were moored at the quay in Antwerp to receive several international delegations (including the US) they invited to come and see how they had managed the refurbishment.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Coast Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 February 2019 at 12:54
Thank you
still a good looking ship, they seemed to have done a good job
Joseph
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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 July 2019 at 08:14
N is for Nutmeg


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