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    London Through A Kit Lens

    Kit Lens generally get a poor press from photographers as they are bundled with a new camera as a means of getting the purchaser started in photography. The lens themselves are generally inexpensive and appear to be cheaply made out of plastic with inferior optical glass with a moderate wide-angle to short telephoto range and have a relatively slow variable aperture of between usually f/3.5-5.6 and produce soft images especially near the sides and corners. Knowing the limitations of the lens and working around those limitations, a kit lens can be a very effective tool for taking photographs.

    For Sony APS-C E-mount mirrorless cameras, in this case an A6300, the kit lens is the Sony PZ 16-50mm(24-70mm equivalent) f/3.5-5.6 OSS lens (£280 if bought separately). This is a pancake compact power zoom lens, just over 30mm in length, that doubles in size when the camera turns on and the retractable internal barrel extends. There is no lens hood but it does have Optical SteadyShot.

    Horse Guards Parade.






    London Eye with Hungerford Rail and Golden Jubilee Pedestrian Bridges in foreground.


    St Katherine's Dock




    S/V Sea Dragon, with an all female crew, circumnavigating Great Britain sampling the waters for plastics and toxics as they go.


    View from Tower Bridge looking towards Canary Wharf in the background.


    Tea Trade Wharf, Butlers Wharf Estate.


    Statue of Jason the Dray Horse to commemorate the stables that were on this site from the early nineteenth century and were used to delivered beer around London


    Downings Roads Mooring.




    Borough Market, Southwark.
    Jesus Du Pays Basque - Traditional Basque salame made from rare breed pigs, seasoned with rum and black peppercorns wrapped in the caecum, a bag-shaped part at the beginning of the large intestine.


    Dorset Hake.




    In the order taken.
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    Very nice pictures, no matter what lens or camera was used.

    Cameras don't take pictures, photographers do.
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