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03-26-2010, 06:26 PM   #211
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Thanks Peter (and other commenters)! It was an early spring evening, just after sunset, down at city hall. Nothing *but* a F1.4 would have sufficed to bring in the light and colors that were present.

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legacyb4, Stunning shot! I'm not one to comment on flower shots that often but I absolutely love the colours in the background. Excellent work!
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K200/2.5

It is one of my first shot with K200/2.5. Looks that I will love this lens.


K20D, K200/2.5, ISO320, f2.5 1/800s
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QuoteOriginally posted by bbluesman Quote
One of few preliminary shots with Schacht Travenar 90mm wide open. I expect nice things from this lens.


I see you bought that off the marketplace here. very interested to see more images from it.....

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QuoteOriginally posted by tokyoso Quote
I see you bought that off the marketplace here. very interested to see more images from it.....
I'm loving it. I'm getting amazing people/portrait shots. That is main reason I got it for.Being a big foreigner I easily attract attention when trying to get candid shots with wider angle lenses up close. The 90 allows me to keep some distance and capture a candid moment. I'm quite amazed by the optical quality of the German lens.
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Mark/Bluesman I really like the last shot from the Travenar and the orange buds as well. Imo the bokeh will not get much better than that in such shots.

Piotr that 200/2.5 sure looks like a cream machine. I had a look in the lens review here and it's the one kilo class so I won't be looking for it .-)


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QuoteOriginally posted by georgweb Quote
Mark/Bluesman I really like the last shot from the Travenar and the orange buds as well. Imo the bokeh will not get much better than that in such shots.
Thanks Georg and 2 fine images. Here is something a little more abstract with the Schacht wide open

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The DA* 50-135mm at 135mm never fails to deliver...



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I agree with legacyb4, 50-135 is just phenomenal:







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More with the Schacht 90
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Meyer-Optik Gorlitz Trioplan 100

crazy Trioplan bokeh, both f2.8 and ISO100, K20D



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crazy Trioplan bokeh, both f2.8 and ISO100, K20D
It might not be creamy in the classic sense, but I really like what the Trioplans bring. Got the 50, looking for the 100.
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crazy Trioplan bokeh
Interesting, try near water.
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