Composite of Four 135mm Lenses at f/8 with the NEX-7
Here is a first part of our 135mm focal length test used on the Sony NEX-7. This gives us an equivalent FOV of 202mm. We don't really shoot much at this focal length but we wanted to see how the NEX-7 and the various 135mm lenses worked with each other. These lenses are around the $100 mark with the exception of the Canon zoom. The lenses tested are:
- Canon 135mm f/3.5 LTM
- Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 L EF
- Konica Hexanon 135mm f/3.5 AR
- Minolta 135mm f/3.5 MD
- Olympus 75-150mm f/4 Auto Zoom
The NEX-7 was set on Aperture Priority, ISO100, and 2 sec self-timer. The camera or lens was set on the tripod. Here are the pictures of the 135mm lenses with the NEX-7.
Sony NEX-7 with 135mm Lenses taken with NEX-5 with 18-55mm Lens
Canon 135mm f/3.5 on NEX-7 via LTM to M Adapter > M to NEX Adapter
Canon 70-200 f/2.8L on NEX-7 via Canon EOS to NEX Adapter
Konica 135mm f/3.5 on NEX-7 via Konica AR to NEX Adapter
Minolta 135mm/f3.5 on NEX-7 via Minolta SR to NEX Adapter
Olympus 75-150/4 Zoom on NEX-7 via Olympus to EOS adapter > EOS to NEX Adapter
We'll post the images on Part 2 of the NEX 135mm Lens Battle.
The images from the 5 lenses above are posted in Part 2.