BORG 50/F2.8 & 67FL

Japanese people enjoy the party under blossom, especially plum(or Japanese apricot?) and cherry. These are taken with BORG 50/F2.8 and Sony Alpha 7R. All are not cropped.

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This lens is expected to be released this summer. Looking very good color contrast entire full frame sensor.

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Mejiro – Japanese white-eye and Ume(Japanese apricot) are the typical combination from long-time ago.

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~ by tedishikawa on February 24, 2014.

One Response to “BORG 50/F2.8 & 67FL”

  1. I have a question – when using the Borg lenses as a telephoto, are the images inverted in the camera or are there enough elements to give an upright image?

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