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Apr 302012
 

I’ve been working on many reviews for the past couple of days. I know there are some of you out there that are excited to see the reviews of the Contax G series lenses on the Sony NEX-7 and I’ll have that soon enough, but first I would like to tease you with some quick snaps that I took with the various lenses. Please enjoy!

Sony NEX-7 w/ Contax 28mm F2.8 Biogon

Sony NEX-7 w/ Contax 28mm F2.8 Biogon

Sony NEX-7 w/ Contax 35mm F2.0 Planar

Sony NEX-7 w/ Contax 35mm F2.0 Planar

Sony NEX-7 w/ Contax 45mm F2.0 Planar

Sony NEX-7 w/ Contax 45mm F2.0 Planar

Sony NEX-7 w/ Contax 90mm F2.0 Sonar

Sony NEX-7 w/ Contax 90mm F2.0 Sonar

I’ve been walking around with these lenses for about a week now and have enjoyed using them very much on the Sony NEX-7. If you read my review on the Contax G to NEX adapter you’ll know that I wasn’t too impressed with the focussing ring on the adapter. In “real world” use, like many other things we obsess about, it fades to the background. Truth is, when using the adapter, you don’t really have to turn it that much to get your focus spot on. This may have to do with the gearing ratio on the adapter its self, I don’t know, but it works well. Only issues are when you go from focusing on a close subject matter and then to infinity. It is almost a full turn to do this and the lens release will get in the way. Other than that, if you are using it normally, you shouldn’t really notice it too much. Hope you enjoy the pictures and keep checking back for the reviews.

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