PhotoDelusions

28 April 2010

Sigma Super-Wide II 24mm f/2.8 macro | focus aid and programmable

Super-wide macro 1

^ Tulip

Super-wide macro 2

^ Daffodil

Super-wide macro 4

^ Blossom

This version of the Sigma 24mm prime appears to work only with first-generation Minolta AF cameras. They have manual focus but take advantage of the camera’s auotofocus confirm capabilities. All of these pictures are taken just a few inches from the main subject.

Minolta 9000 | Sigma 24mm f/2.8 | Fujicolor C200 film | Epson V500 scanner

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