2nd Test of Sony NEX-5N with SAMYANG 8mm
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2nd Test of Sony NEX-5N with SAMYANG 8mm

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A second test of the Sony NEX-5N/SAMYANG 8mm combination.

f/11, 1/500, fixed WB, manual exp, auto-HDR 4EV jpeg.

Base exposure was set just high enought to barely white-out the brightest part of the sky.

Not bad IMO.  Sony's  HDR processing seems to preserve colors better than most, though I still prefer exposure blending even at a bracket spread of +/- 2 EV.

This time I remembered to lock the white balance (at shade; but it was too red so I cooled it a bit in post).  

I am starting to really like using this little camera.

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