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CROM lens in the Town

Posted in Zen by yoshizen on November 7, 2020

I clicked my A7R4 with “CRO” lens attached (I wouldn’t say I took the Photographs = somewhat photo was just made alongside).

They might be the image what I saw, or, may be a kind, what I remembered.

Our eyes can read a letter only in the centre of our eye field = equivelent of 135 mm lens view on a 35 mm SLR camera, even though we are having side to side almost 140 degree view. So, we are seeing only a vague undefined image, let alone what we are remembering. = because, that was what we needed. And even worse, they were in fact, integrated (post processed image) by the brain, such as a straight line out of spherical eye screen.

And that was why, we feel “I saw the image like this, in my dream” — (Only the lens manufacturer is trying to make us believe that we need the corner to corner sharp images.)

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  1. bernhard1965 said, on December 31, 2020 at 16:29

    Nice results. I like to experiment with optic like you too 🙂

    So i will follow you blog

    Best regards
    Bernhard

    • yoshizen said, on December 31, 2020 at 19:11

      Thank you Bernhard.
      When you start playing with optics, soon you will find the fact that, it was not so difficult to do it.

      • bernhard1965 said, on December 31, 2020 at 19:48

        I have over 400 different old and new lenses in use. I like the character of each of them.

        Sth. i use only a nonocle lens.

        Best regards
        Bernhard

        • yoshizen said, on January 1, 2021 at 01:22

          400 must be a nightmare ! Still, most of the lens was designed to be usable lens = their difference may be
          quite subtle isn’t it ? Anyway, a Happy New Year, and I wish this year will be a productive year for you.

  2. bernhard1965 said, on March 8, 2021 at 20:18

    I hope u are well. I heared nothing since some month from your blog.

    Best regards
    Bernhard


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