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05-07-2011, 02:34 PM   #91
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QuoteOriginally posted by hoanpham Quote
K35f2, in close distance.
Or may be a Leica lens. I have a friend has an M9 and collecting Leicas.
Leica does have smoother bokeh.

looks like K35f2 to me.
the colours and bokeh seem to resemble that of a Leica.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Pentaxor Quote
the colours and bokeh seem to resemble that of a Leica.
That was the first though strikes me.
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Some more I just took and I will do a portrait later on when we are outside (just got this lens and don't have anything handy).





(sorry just saw and will clean the sensor now)




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Well I was curious to see what people thought. Not many ventured a guess and I was quite surprised by the IQ which is not bad. This is a Jenazoom - a Japanese made 80-200mm f4.5-5.6 small zoom lens like this one:


It can be had pretty cheap on the 'bay ($100-$200) and I am thinking of doing a comparison between a bunch of telephoto zooms (jenazoom, vivitar series 1, tamron 70-200/2.8 and leica 80-200/4) if there is some interest.


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To continue, this one should be easy:
Don't look at photo info, don't look up in my profile ;-)

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One of the 50/1.2?
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Is it the FA31?
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None of above.

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35 ltd macro
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QuoteOriginally posted by DanielT74 Quote
One of the 50/1.2?
The OOF is too defined for f1.2

QuoteOriginally posted by TOUGEFC Quote
Is it the FA31?
It crossed my mind too but it's not quite right for 31...
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how about M40?
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QuoteOriginally posted by axl Quote
The OOF is too defined for f1.2
True. I prefer K50f1.2 instead of Cosina f1.2.

QuoteOriginally posted by TOUGEFC Quote
Is it the FA31?
QuoteOriginally posted by Skog Quote
35 ltd macro
I don't have the FA31 nor the 35macro for the moment. They are still on my wish list but not the first priority.

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how about M40?
No. Somehow I try to avoid this tiny lens, too small for MF ;-)

Wider. Shoot at f5.6.
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Hmmm.... a telephoto probably then. K135/2.5 (just got one today, so I will see if I can get similar bokeh tomorrow).
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K35/2?
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QuoteOriginally posted by DanielT74 Quote
K135/2.5 (just got one today
The K135f2.5 is an awesome lens. My to go in concert or church in dim light. Sharp wide open, and very sharp one click down. You will love this lens.

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K35/2?
The K35f2 too is a good lens. There is CA and PF in high light contrasts; bokeh is a bit harsh compare to other in K-serie.
I have some photos here:
https://picasaweb.google.com/hoanpham001/K35f2#

To answer the guess game,
It is the Sigma 8-16, at 16mm, f5.6 (wide open), at minimum focus distance (~2 inches from the front element), using manual focus (camera movement). A slightly wrong movement will hit the front element... Bokeh at 8mm does exist but not as good, so this is my best try to bring the bokeh out of this lens.

For those interested in marine vessels, I just did a photo session in the local yatch yard, using Sigma8-16, DA12-24, A50f1.7, K85f1.8 and M135f3.5. The yatch yard is closing due to their rental contract going out. Those photos may be the last ones from this location...

https://picasaweb.google.com/hoanpham003

Enjoy ;-)

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