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10-24-2009, 01:50 PM   #166
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Ludoo, always astonished to see such 'bad' lenses perform so well.

knyghtfall, smashing colors and resolution and real good balance with the lights imo.

Here's another bad lens, a triplet Meyer Trioplan 2.8/100 on K100D.



10-24-2009, 03:31 PM   #167
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Bokeh from 50mm, 60mm and 90mm lens.


Pentax *ist DS ,Pentax smc P-A 50mm f/1.2 1/1000s f/1.2 at 50.0mm iso200


Pentax *ist DS ,Leitz 60mm f/2.8 Macro-Elmarit-R 1/500s f/4.0 at 60.0mm iso200


Pentax PENTAX K20D,Vivitar 90 mm f/2.5 Macro 1/125s f2.5 90.0mm iso125
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10-26-2009, 09:03 PM   #169
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the sigma 105mm is a performer for sure

an entirely different type of bokeh from the M 200mm F/4



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m 200mm F4 can do it

The M 200mm F4 can produce very nice bokeh. This is not a "bokeh" shot, but I think the background is pretty smooth.





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Bokeh? SMC-Tak 135/3.5 with extension tubes....




BTW: I spiced this one up a little and got it in the PPG eventually... (click here)
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beautiful trioplan shot ;-)

SMC tak 50 1.4 (lovely !)





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FourmiX, very nice pictures !

Here are some pics taken with the Helios 44-2 58mm at f/2:

On film (with Pentax P3n):


With Pentax K10D:








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thanks
Great shots with this russian one.
I would receive my biotar, so i will post some new stuff here i think


others from the tak:


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Shots taken just as the sun went down. Another reason to buy this lens! DA* 50-135 @ 135mm F2.8 ~1/25 sec 400iso, gotta love in body SR.


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Well done!
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Bokeh? SMC-Tak 135/3.5 with extension tubes....




BTW: I spiced this one up a little and got it in the PPG eventually... (click here)
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QuoteOriginally posted by georgweb Quote
Ludoo, always astonished to see such 'bad' lenses perform so well.

knyghtfall, smashing colors and resolution and real good balance with the lights imo.
Thanks George. For your shot, I'm guessing its slightly stopped down, and the aperture of that lens is elliptical, which is why the backlight bokeh is such an interesting shape?

Have just gotten the voigtlander 20mm as well, here's one of my first shots from it:



The gentle backlight and the shapes and forms of the objects and shadows was what attracted me to this image. The Vt 20mm gave just the right FOV and minimum focusing distance for this shot - and a gentle creamy bokeh which is the hallmark of all Vt lenses.

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