I've spent a lot of time sitting on my porch while regaining my strength. When I finally could lift and hold my K-7, I started messing around with some old lenses, and discovered an unexpected treasure.
Vivitar/Komine f2.8 135mm ISO400, f8, 1/200 M-42 mount adapted--only post-process a slight amount of unsharp applied in GIMP
Same lens ISO400 f16, 180/second, onboard fill flash as shot other than 30% crop in GIMP
I think this lens is a "keeper"
Last Edit: Aug 28, 2016 15:08:39 GMT -5 by olroy2044
As ever, Roy, Welcome back. You were missed. I hope you very quickly make a complete recover.
Now it is my time for porch sitting. A very nasty arthritis keeps me at home much of the time. I now walk with a cane when I can walk.
Aaaah, The Golden years. To use proper medical terminology, "Rubbish".
I have always used a neck strap with my cameras since my first 35 mm took up deep water diving. Now, as an added precaution, I have a strap that goes around my hand. It gives me a feeling of security. And my cane is an ugly old wooden one with a generous hook that can go over my arm allowing me to use both hands.
One of my welcome visitors: He would say "Chirp" but his cheeks are stuffed with oatmeal.
Last Edit: Aug 28, 2016 17:02:58 GMT -5 by mickeyobe