I was going for a short ride a bit ago but saw this storm to the southwest, so I headed back home via the party store. Back home now but no rain, dang it! The first photo is from the 24/70mm lens, the second with the 50mm lens. No difference sans the slight zoom difference, no loss or gain in image quality.
Yesterday I was having a text chat with my dad back up north about what the family was up to. He said he was missing me being there which made me feel sad. This got me thinking about another flight up there before December and the family Christmas. Cold weather is too cold for me.
I got to thinking about what camera I should take this time, the Sony RX100 mark 7 does a great job but it can’t quite compete with the Nikon body and Nikkor lenses. I started digging around for a Prime Lens that will fit my Z6 body with the S series lenses. The one I would like to own is $550 or so dollars and is sold out.
Of course. The next available 50mm Prime lens is available at my favorite camera store in Sahara Avenue and about half the price. But, I got to thinking about the Nikkor 24/70mm lens that’s on the body just now. So, I dialed it down to 50mm and walked to the backyard to try shooting with and without the lens hood attached.
Removing the lens hood will make the camera fit into my tiny suitcase much better. I took three photos, three with and three without the hood attached. All six photos looked identical but this isn’t exactly a totally inclusive test either. But it does show that I can if needed, leave the lens hood at home. A savings of up to $550 bucks!
By the way, it’s currently 103F at my little home in the desert. Come on by and get baked with me, LOL!
These old photos are from a few years ago and I can see the difference, can you? I love the color of the Trump Tower, are you a fan of President Trump? I am and so sorry that he was voted out. You get what ya vote for, America. Socialism. Today’s forecast is for sunshine and 106F which is a normal summer temperature here. So nice!
I want to properly address this very special day in the United States, let us always remember and honour those who gave their lives in service to their country. Those who make possible the freedoms we enjoy today. Also, thank you, currently serving military men and women, I honour and respect you deeply.