Old camera appreciation!

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Old camera appreciation!

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Strange with all the more recent cameras lying around I find myself using the 5d more and more these days!
Feel free to add your own (perhaps CCD cameras?)
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5d + Minolta 100mm F2.8 D Macro Jpeg
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A very good idea....

Neat macro, Barry.

Thanks for sharing,
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Barry,
I love your macro. I'll play. Here are my macros with everything "old". Taken with a Vivitar 90mm Macro, MD/MA adapter and old Minolta Flash HS132X on A100. All are straight from the camera with no PP involved.

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Came out nice Sury that old Vivitar seems pretty good
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Another one from the Dynax 5D, this time 30mm F2.8 SAM Macro
30mm and 100mm is a big difference in perspective due to distance, I think the two work quite well in their own way
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The first two frames look great, the next three look a little blurry. May be it's my monitors, not sure...
Well, the idea with pictures from old ССD cameras was moved into several topics, I was a little confused where it is better to post pictures. :) I will continue the topic for now in the A300.
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Hagia Sophia on Sultan Ahmed Square in Istanbul
20 September 2007, 09:25 am
Camera : Sony DSC-V3

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Nice!
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Photoclubalpha going retro.
I like it.
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Thought I'd throw a cat shot in for good luck ;-D
This one keeps turning up, friendly though
5d and 80-200mm F2.8
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:) finally 80-200 start working. Good shot.
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Nice shots everyone. I am visiting my son in Florida and did not have access to my Flickr till now.

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Finally, we are moving this section in the right direction! It doesn't matter what we use for the camera and lenses, the pictures are really good.
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Emerald Princess Cruise Ship in Istanbul Port - 19 September 2007 - 09:18 am
Sony DSC-V3

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Dimage A1. One of the best P&S ever made, me thinks. Introduced in 2003(?), it had 18-200zoom, 5MP, macro, optical stabilization, tiltable EVF screen, live view, live histogram, separate dials for shutter and aperture, video, and audio clip to record with each image. Looking at the histogram, I would change shutter, exposure. Pricey too ($800).

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These two are with Dimage A2. Same spec as above, except it had whopping 8MP.
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