Kenneth Morris Lee
Sony NEX-7 Gallery (2012)

I purchased (and subsequently sold) a Sony NEX-7 for an overseas trip to Paris in May 2012: it had the best image quality for its size, weight and price. With the 18-55mm "kit" lens, I was able to carry the camera everywhere in my jacket pocket. The Sony sensor has good dynamic range and at 24 MP we can make 11x14 inch prints @ 360 dpi.

Because of their "mirrorless" design, NEX cameras have a very small flange-to-focus distance, allowing us to use other lenses, such as Leica, Nikon, Canon, Pentax, etc. Below are a few samples images.

For NEX-7 photos from Paris, click here

Click here for photos made with Sony A7RII in 2017 and beyond.



Rose, 2012
50mm Pentax-M (~1975)


The Thinker, 1902
Rodin Museum, Paris
18-55mm Sony SE




The Thinker, 2012
50mm Pentax-M (~1975)



Rose, 2012
35-105mm Zoom-Nikkor (~1984)



Eglise de St. Germain des Pres, Paris 2012
18-55mm Sony SE



Patrick, 2012
18-55mm Sony SE



Ficus and Fly, 2012
18-55mm Sony SE



Hydrangea, 2012
18-55mm Sony SE



Buddha, 2012
50mm Pentax-M (~1975)



Roses, 2012
Nikkor 50mm E (~1981)



Massachusetts, 2012
Nikkor 50mm E (~1981)