Crop mode only.
The Navitar is a C mount lens, that vignettes significantly on APS-C, and ridiculously on FF. It’s actually optimized for m4/3, but works well with the A7’s crop mode enabled
Another beautiful spring day
Perfect time for the baby-to-serious scooter switch
Obviously not the Navitar here, but the Sony Zeiss 16-70/4
That’s the Nav
Marla didn’t want to go ride today. She’s feeling a little overwhelmed with the whole horse thing these days, and the last thing I want is to push her, so we’re taking a short break
So instead, she spent the afternoon making peace and playing with the next door neighbors she’d been at war with recently
Marla gave Lola a scooter lesson… and the scooter itself at the end of the day
Cannelle was no stranger to them making peace. There’s nothing the neighborhood kids wouldn’t do to approach her 😉
They sure had fun !
Our pink cherry tree is just stunning
The whole yard is in full bloom and celebrating
That’s the fruit, white cherry tree
And one of the neighborhood cat toasting on my husband’s work car’s perfectly warm hood
Even in perfect weather Cannelle loves the safety of her bed, indoor
Gosh I love, love this lens
Yeah, it’s that time of the year, too
Pentax Asahi 55/1.8 PK mount
PK as well
So, that’s my favorite manual focus lens, bar none. Sure, it’s not the most convenient, aesthetically correct, but it has a life of its own and the reason I didn’t comment most pictures is that they don’t need any caption. This lens just is a story teller and drags you into its world by the eyes. This is a lens I have vowed never to part with, and if it means shooting my FF camera in APS-C mode, so be it.