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12-13-2010, 09:30 PM   #226
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Focal 28/2.8:




Yashica 135/2.8:


All taken in SF.

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QuoteOriginally posted by guinnessman Quote
Focal 28/2.8:




Yashica 135/2.8:


All taken in SF.
Really like the first one. The reflection and color is lovely.
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Here's a Petri 55mm f/1.8 in a M42 variant. Very average build but the wide open softness is very suitable for portraiture.




And the lens itself:
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Guinessman,

I love the picture of the boats.

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The 58mm f/1.9 Meyer Gorlitz Primoplan (a 5-element design) is still not very common, and that's why I use it every now and then. I like its strange bokeh... But it can be very sharp, even wide open (the shot below is wide open). Mine is an early post-war version (earlier than 1950).

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Another shot from the Petri 55mm f/1.8

This was at f/2.8

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QuoteOriginally posted by Asahiflex Quote
The 58mm f/1.9 Meyer Gorlitz Primoplan (a 5-element design) is still not very common, and that's why I use it every now and then. I like its strange bokeh... But it can be very sharp, even wide open (the shot below is wide open). Mine is an early post-war version (earlier than 1950).
Beautiful! I love the Meyer lenses especially the ones with zillion of blades

01-11-2011, 09:53 AM   #234
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ISCO-Göttingen Berolina-Westromat 35mm f2.8

So many great lenses and photos!

I should have joined a long time ago... I only have M42s and some other odd-balls.

Here is a lens I got today and that I already love deeply.
Its an ISCO-Göttingen Berolina-Westromat 35mm f2.8


This is a testshot at f2.8 I think. The colors and the bokeh are very nice.
No PP what so ever.


This is wide open and slightly cropped + a little sharpening before export to jpeg. Nothing else.


Heres another wide open at closest range, about 15cm.
No PP.

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Very cool! Looks like a good performer. How many blades?
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QuoteOriginally posted by Voytech Quote
Very cool! Looks like a good performer. How many blades?
Only 5 but slightly rounded.
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QuoteOriginally posted by aliasant Quote
So many great lenses and photos!

I should have joined a long time ago... I only have M42s and some other odd-balls.

Here is a lens I got today and that I already love deeply.
Its an ISCO-Göttingen Berolina-Westromat 35mm f2.8


This is a testshot at f4.0 I think. The colors and the bokeh are very nice.
No PP what so ever.


This is wide open and slightly cropped + a little sharpening before export to jpeg. Nothing else.




Heres another wide open at closest range, about 15cm.
No PP.
Did you justwin this from xjjohnno in Australia? I was bidding on it but fell asleep

I love isco glass and this one is one of my favorites !!!

Eric
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Lol

No m8
Its was a swedish auction.
The seller even came by and dropped the lens off himself.
It came with a nice Edixa camera.

I have been thinking about us needing a new ISCO- Göttingen club.
I love those lenses too. I have this other really old 135mm Tele-Westanar that is very nice.
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QuoteOriginally posted by aliasant Quote
Lol

No m8
Its was a swedish auction.
The seller even came by and dropped the lens off himself.
It came with a nice Edixa camera.

I have been thinking about us needing a new ISCO- Göttingen club.
I love those lenses too. I have this other really old 135mm Tele-Westanar that is very nice.
I have the 50/2.8 westanar and a little isconar. Love the 50/2.8 . It really works great on my old Praktica FX3 .

Count me in for the new club

Eric

PS, Watch that 35/2.8 at infinity It can catch the mirror on some cameras .
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Well I guess this makes 2 Petri lenses in this thread! Still, I'm perfectly okay with that. Here's a shot from my KX (Film, with m42 adapter) using a Petri CC Auto on Fomapan 200. (I wish it were the "Orikkor" version). And a shot of the lens next to my bag (Taken with Chinon 55mm 1.7, Spotmatic).
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