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Spring. Apple tree blooming.
Lens: Industar-61 L/Z 2.8/50 Camera: K-01 Photo Location: Tarasiha, Russia ISO: 100 Aperture: F8 
Posted By: Chetverovod, 05-15-2016, 11:31 AM

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Both very nice. #1 the winner in my opinion.
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Both very nice. #1 the winner in my opinion.
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Wonderful colours !
The leaves aren't even budded out yet here!!

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Wonderful colours !
The leaves aren't even budded out yet here!!
I think apple tree delays the budding of leaves to make bees job easy and give them possibility to visit every flower)
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There's some really fine petal detail in that first image, good exposure control too, well done indeed.
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There's some really fine petal detail in that first image, good exposure control too, well done indeed.
Thank you)
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Actually, I believe they are both wonderful. My question is; In photo number two, is it common with that lens to produce some purple fringing? I didn't think that 50mm lenses had that issue. I do get that at times with my telephoto lenses. At any rate, well executed. Many thanks,

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Really lovely. The first is my favorite.
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Actually, I believe they are both wonderful. My question is; In photo number two, is it common with that lens to produce some purple fringing? I didn't think that 50mm lenses had that issue. I do get that at times with my telephoto lenses. At any rate, well executed. Many thanks,

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Hi Antonio,
I think purple fringing is not common for this lens. I find in Internet concern about chromatic aberrations in Industar-61 L/Z only for wide open aperture.
I know that this lens has Tessar optical scheme, so it has similar features specific for Tessars. It has two peculiarities: some elements are made from lantan glass and star-like bokeh for some aperture numbers.

Next photo I made with the same lens as the first two. What can you say about the fringing on it?

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Really lovely. The first is my favorite.
Thank you, Susan)
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QuoteOriginally posted by Chetverovod Quote
Hi Antonio,
I think purple fringing is not common for this lens. I find in Internet concern about chromatic aberrations in Industar-61 L/Z only for wide open aperture.
I know that this lens has Tessar optical scheme, so it has similar features specific for Tessars. It has two peculiarities: some elements are made from lantan glass and star-like bokeh for some aperture numbers.

Next photo I made with the same lens as the first two. What can you say about the fringing on it?

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This is a very nice photograph, and I cannot locate any purple or any color fringing. Speaking only from my own experience, I get purple fringing when taking a photograph of a bird out on a branch, and there is a bright, blue sky in the background. So any dark object that has a bright background is subject to purple fringing. I had this problem even when I was a film photographer. I once owned a Nikon 8008s that I used my Nikon telephoto lenses on. Now this camera had a program setting of Pd. The d is for dual which means it changes the configuration of the lenses when going beyond 135mm. Essentially my telephoto lens becomes a different lens with this setting. I know that CA (Chromatic Ab.,) is still a problem child and there are only a few ways to handle it or prevent it. Thanks again for your input.
Poka, Spasibo. ))

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This is a very nice photograph, and I cannot locate any purple or any color fringing. Speaking only from my own experience, I get purple fringing when taking a photograph of a bird out on a branch, and there is a bright, blue sky in the background. So any dark object that has a bright background is subject to purple fringing. I had this problem even when I was a film photographer. I once owned a Nikon 8008s that I used my Nikon telephoto lenses on. Now this camera had a program setting of Pd. The d is for dual which means it changes the configuration of the lenses when going beyond 135mm. Essentially my telephoto lens becomes a different lens with this setting. I know that CA (Chromatic Ab.,) is still a problem child and there are only a few ways to handle it or prevent it. Thanks again for your input.
Poka, Spasibo. ))

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Regarding Chromatic Ab during photohunt to birds on a bright background I can say, that catadioptric (Maksutov) lens is looking interesting because they dont have this kind of aberrations at all. I am planning to buy ZM-5SA 8/500 to try this.

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