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08-12-2011, 05:50 AM   #661
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it's a 135mm. Lemme post another photo, wide open.

Radical flaring there, haha.



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Takumar (bayonet) 135
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QuoteOriginally posted by erkie Quote
Takumar (bayonet) 135
2.5 right? If so, i'd guess this^
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yup yup. It is the takumar bayonet.

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My turn.

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i would say something like 135 or maybe 150.

to be honnest i have no idea, but i love this bokeh that seems to swivel a bit
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It is considerably shorter than that. Of course, as you can see I cropped it to square format, which can fool you a bit.
Yes, it has this strange bokeh that looks like an impressionistic painting. Sometimes I shoot with it completely OOF.

This is a crop to half the original angle of view.

Do you see the bumble bee?
This is going to be too difficult without a clue: it is in m42.
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Yes, it has this strange bokeh that looks like an impressionistic painting
If you say that i say some Helios 44 ?

or maybe the helios 77 ?

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cosina 1.2? But the DOF looks to large
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I would have to say Isco or Schatt

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it's either a Helios or Jupiter basing on the bokeh.
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QuoteOriginally posted by aurele Quote
If you say that i say some Helios 44 ?

or maybe the helios 77 ?
Not a bad guess, but it is not a Helios. Not even russian.

QuoteOriginally posted by yeatzee Quote
cosina 1.2? But the DOF looks to large
Yes, it is not that fast.

QuoteOriginally posted by erkie Quote
I would have to say Isco or Schatt

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QuoteOriginally posted by Pentaxor Quote
it's either a Helios or Jupiter basing on the bokeh.
Not helios, not Jupiter.
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prime or zoom ?

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Not a bad guess, but it is not a Helios. Not even russian.
the Helios are the only lense that i know that produce this kind of bokeh.

Could it be one of the Carl Zeiss, the Helios are copied from ?

Let's give a try with the Carl Zeiss Pancolar 50/1.8 (Some picture in the lense review helped me a lot to do that guess. It was the only Zeiss lense i'd never heard the name.)
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Schnieder ? Or perhaps Meyer optik gorlitz lydith 30 3.5 It does look awfully close to my isco 35 2.8 though

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Schnieder ? Or perhaps Meyer optik gorlitz lydith 30 3.5 It does look awfully close to my isco 35 2.8 though
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