Hi Steve, well I have followed since you got the review of the nex5n and I think, if I’m not wrong, was in September 2011, had finally chosen the Sony NEX 5n, for compact size, high quality of video, but to be honest I’ve only recorded about 5 times, but that does not matter, what I mean I’ve been shooting in Raw, since this little camera delivers performance in low light conditions and even the use of legacy lenses.
After a year of using NEX 5n, upgrade to the NEX 5R , and acquired the NEX 7, and some more manual lenses. And let me tell you guys something, I am very happy with my little babies, Manual focus is as easy to use with the clear viewfinder and the yellow peaking is phenomenal, to get focus faster, something that bothered me in the NEX 5n was a little hard to shoot on very sunny days, that why got the NEX 7.
I love to shoot down the street, with my old Industar-69 28mm f/2.8, which makes it a good combo with the nex7 as well as some 50 mm. I am a fan of the Minolta Rokkor despite its cheap price gives you a very good contrast, color in your pictures. I love New York City because it is one of the busiest cities in the world, people coming, people going, a lot of movement of people, you could sit in Central Park or just stand for a few minutes in Times Square and you will notice many interesting things, here when I do my street photography.
One afternoon I walked around, between 42 st, while my wife was shopping I decided to give a little walk around to see what was happening at that time and had the NEX 7 Rokkor minolta 50mm f1.4 and saw a crowd of people laughing and listening the sound of a guitar and an accordion, so I made this pics.
So I followed the inspirations that have been published and are great, we discover new tips to carry out, what we like as lovers of photography, all the PP was in Lr 4.2 and Silver Efex Pro and now I’ve been trying to CS6. My web site is www.freddyttoroblesfotografia.com, in Flickr