Las Vegas Spring Break With Zonlai 25mm f/1.8 & Sony A6000

I finished a spring break vacation in Las Vegas traveling with my family with 2 crutches. I don't need to use crutch now but I take it with me on the hiking where i have difficulty in going downhill as I can't bend my knee easily after ACL reconstruction surgery.

I brought three lenses to the spring break vation

  • Zonlai 25mm f/1.8 (used most frequently #1)
  • Sony E 35mm f/1.8 (#3)
  • Sony E 50mm f/1.8 (#4 I only use it for few pictures at night)
  • + Sony AS100V on a selfie stick for wide angle shots (#2 I use it for wide angle and small video)

I thought I would use the E 35mm f/1.8 most and as it turns out, 70% of my images were shot with Zonlai while I use the E 35mm f/1.8 for some as in 15% and 13% on the Sony Action Cam and a few night shots were made the E 50mm f/1.8

Las Vegas City Lights 
by Hin Man, on Flickr

Valley Of Fire -- Slot Canyon 
by Hin Man, on Flickr
Picture get explored yesterday

Valley Of Fire -- Couple 
by Hin Man, on Flickr

Valley Of Fire -- Slot Canyon 
by Hin Man, on Flickr

That Zonlai MF lens that I call Leica/Voiglander knock off make me really proud. Yes, it has its fair share of issues but boy, the center sharpness along with its bokeh make it a great favorite of mine in traveling light.




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