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10-24-2014, 09:21 PM   #4636
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Craig, those are two excellent photos.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Mike Bokeh Quote
Craig, those are two excellent photos.
Absolutely agree! Good decision to grab the M100
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QuoteOriginally posted by Mike Bokeh Quote
Craig, those are two excellent photos.
QuoteOriginally posted by paulh Quote
Absolutely agree!
Thanks! It was a lucky encounter.

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Two portraits

A couple of portraits of my daughter with M50/1.7 (cross posted to 50mm club)





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The other day, I made a last-minute decision in the late afternoon to use some free time to take in a quick hike on a local nature trail. I grabbed my K-5 II with the already mounted lens - an M 50/1.4. At the last moment, I also pocketed my M 100/2.8, 'just in case'. It's a lightweight lens with plenty of sharpness and character, and it's easy to carry. Halfway into my hike, I encountered a mature White-tailed deer - a buck. Of course, the 50/1.4 was not quite long enough, but I quickly swapped the M 100, reset the focus fine adjustment on the K-5, and proceeded to capture a series of pictures. Here are two of them.

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Excellent shots
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Some great images with the M's, as usual!
This was taken while walking down Main Street earlier this month - the market had just opened that morning.
M28/3.5 (xposted)


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The M 200mm is a beastly sharp lens just minorly stopped down. Really would recommend it to anyone.

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With the M50 1.7 @2.8

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With the M50 1.7 @2.8


Great composition! I wish you posted it in color too; I am under impression M50/1.7 has the most vivid colors of all my lenses.
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Great composition! I wish you posted it in color too; I am under impression M50/1.7 has the most vivid colors of all my lenses.
Thank you!

here it is in color (jpeg from camera)

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Thank you!

here it is in color (jpeg from camera)

I like it even better in color. Great lens you have there
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One from midsummer with the M28/3.5:
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I'm off to go find out how the m28 2.8 does in harsh outdoor lighting. I have not purchased filters or a hood for this lens yet. I expect a bit of flare... hopefully not 13 pieces or more.
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