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06-25-2012, 12:48 PM   #3451
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Although I do get some nice images from it sometimes I think!



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I see a lot of purple fringing, look at the trees. Did you shoot wide open?
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QuoteOriginally posted by ducdao Quote
I see a lot of purple fringing, look at the trees. Did you shoot wide open?
He must have to be able to get that much OOF on a 20mm.
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QuoteOriginally posted by eddie1960 Quote
He must have to be able to get that much OOF on a 20mm.
Yep, f/4.

Don't see much in-focus PF?

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I see that "PF", but does not catch my eye, cuz WA and all.. nice shot. Maybe just WB is little off. might help with that PF too. looks nice.
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QuoteOriginally posted by repaap Quote
I see that "PF", but does not catch my eye, cuz WA and all.. nice shot. Maybe just WB is little off. might help with that PF too. looks nice.
Thanks, I agree! Here's a slight variation with a warmer WB:



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Much better. PF is gone too.

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Now we're talking

Much better!
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+3 much better that dealt with almost all of it.
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what filter do you use. i have M20 F4 too.. i have difficulty to find proper filter such as cpl or ND which doesnt give me vignettes.

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I was just playing around in the garden with my M85/2 fitted onto my K20D with a 21mm extension ring. All shot around about f/4 give or take a stop. Terrible weather for this sort of thing (very strong gusts of wind) and the images are not anything to get excited about, but they do show the character of this old(ish) bit of glass.







The last two suffer from a little wind induced shake. Oh well, never mind...

Best wishes, Kris.

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what filter do you use. i have M20 F4 too.. i have difficulty to find proper filter such as cpl or ND which doesnt give me vignettes.
Those were bare glass.

Sometimes I use a thin Hoya UV(0) with it, or Cokin A series for NDs etc. I very rarely use a 49-52mm stepping ring and a polariser.
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More M20, this time as it was supposed to be employed...



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nicely done Rob, the reason i bought my DA14 the day I went digital was because i would lose this FOV potential. I think the FOV of these is best suited to this rather than landscapes (which many people seem to initially buy them for) I find a 28-50 much better for big landscapes, the UWA seems to lose the impact, but up close they are amazing
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