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Lille Bourse

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Re: Lille Bourse

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Re: Lille Bourse

Nice I think the movement adds to this shot.
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Re: Lille Bourse

Hand held 3/4s. Try doing that with any other camera
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Re: Lille Bourse

Nice effect. What aperture and ISO did you use?
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Re: Lille Bourse

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Nice I think the movement adds to this shot.
Indeed, it makes the shot.
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Re: Lille Bourse

Cracking shot Paul, love the movement and the processing too... really tempted to get the fisheye!
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Nice effect. What aperture and ISO did you use?
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ISO 100 (Low), f22 (I traded sharpness for motion blur!), 3/4s exp. I'd like a high-stop ND filter, but it's not really an option on a lens so wide.

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Re: Lille Bourse

...unless you adapt using the Panny 8 shading frame, the same device used on the 7-14.

Good fish-eye technique, text book stuff, and great composition. As said by others the blurring makes it even better. Another 5*
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...unless you adapt using the Panny 8 shading frame, the same device used on the 7-14.
Does that work Steve? I seem to recall there being mounting screws fir the frame and the Sammy has none. Maybe it needs gluing on?

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Re: Lille Bourse

The OD of the filter frame fits well within the ID of the lens, almost perfect without slop. The issue as noted it the method of attachment. Glue is the obvious first choice (epoxy), not sure whether i would drill and screw (self tappers) without more knowledge. I mentioned this M43 and someone may have trail blazed this. Worth a search. I would super glue in the first instance, see if it works for what you want, and take it from there. With super glue you can get release agents but i have no knowledge of material compatibility.
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Re: Lille Bourse

Thanks Steve. I'll get one ordered up (do I recall you finding a UK supplier?) and try. Maybe double-sided tape would work. Lens damage less of a problem that way.
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Re: Lille Bourse

Nice effect and composition. Lovely building.
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Re: Lille Bourse

Paul, I'm using my iPhone so limited in searching the forum. I do remember adding contact details for Panasonic UK - search Panasonic 7-14 in the wide angle forum. There I posted the contact telephone number for the company. Cost was £14.22 delivered, and arrived within a few days. Panasonic refer to the item as a Shading Frame, sold separately to fit their 8mm fisheye lens. If you struggle to find the info required ill do a search later when I have better access to the Internet. Cheers!
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Re: Lille Bourse

Paul, Panasonic UK's telephone number is 0844 844 3899
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