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09-11-2017, 08:09 AM - 2 Likes   #1081
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Canon 100mm f3.5 LTM:


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Cosina MC Cosinon-T 135mm 1:3.5 (Aperture test on moon SOOC with Q-S1)

Hello,
Recently aquired a Cosinon-T 135mm f/3.5.

Here is my aperture test with Q-S1. The moon was shot trough triple layered window, but the difference seems clear enough for me.
Pictures were shot at ISO 100, only changing the aperture and compensating that with shutter speed. JPG's strait out of camera (M mode). No PP other than cropping and combining them to this one image.

Best aperture was f/5.6. (..followed by f/8 and then f/3.5. Above f/11 was unusable).

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Edit: Added a day light shot as well (totally overcast and grey day). This is a JPG from camera with minor adjustment in PP. The person in blue is about 400m away. Full image + 100% crop. I'd say it is quite usable lens for color photography
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11-26-2017, 11:32 AM   #1083
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QuoteOriginally posted by Apertority Quote
Hello,
Recently aquired a Cosinon-T 135mm f/3.5.

Here is my aperture test with Q-S1. The moon was shot trough triple layered window, but the difference seems clear enough for me.
Pictures were shot at ISO 100, only changing the aperture and compensating that with shutter speed. JPG's strait out of camera (M mode). No PP other than cropping and combining them to this one image.

Best aperture was f/5.6. (..followed by f/8 and then f/3.5. Above f/11 was unusable).

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Edit: Added a day light shot as well (totally overcast and grey day). This is a JPG from camera with minor adjustment in PP. The person in blue is about 400m away. Full image + 100% crop. I'd say it is quite usable lens for color photography
Nice examples Apertority. Appreciate the way you posted examples with different apertures and clearly marked them. Good job.
Thanks,
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12-02-2017, 10:05 AM - 3 Likes   #1084
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Fujinon CF2.7HA-L1 2.7mm f1.8 Fisheye.


The lens as delivered is a M7 mount (with a flange distance of under 2mm and a screw size larger than C mount) but the M7 mount will unscrew and under it is a standard C mount thread with the proper flange focal length. I think this lens is sold by Fujinon in a few different versions and mounts. I believe they are all fixed focus but some have aperture controls and some do not. This version is wide open all the time.






First shots playing around...









The FOV is *very* wide and many shots had feet in them. The uneven vignetting is a little odd (mostly left corners) but not an issue IMO. Seems plenty sharp (all are wide open as there is no aperture) and I have tweaked that slightly with a spacer.

Shawn

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QuoteOriginally posted by Piotrek K Quote
I tested today my new SMC Pentax M 100/4 Macro and it seems to be real keeper quality- wise on the Q and handholdable . All images wide open on the genuine Q, foggy weather - so better results are most probably achievable.
All images processed in RawTherapee and sharpened after web-resize. I have to test this one on 5.6 (not enough light today) also and against M 135/3.5 (I hope 100 mm might be better choice for hand-held shots even then M 135). Sorry for boring subjects, but I wanted to check for abberations. First 4 images are full frames, the last one is 100% crop.











Here are some more. All hand held and no processing.


One is regular 01 lens through a window, closer up is Pentax adapter with 100mm f4 macro through a window, coin date is same but direct, closer coin date is same a that but with 100mm extension tube.


IMGP0054 ? imgbb.com


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QuoteOriginally posted by Shawn67 Quote
Fujinon CF2.7HA-L1 2.7mm f1.8 Fisheye.


The lens as delivered is a M7 mount (with a flange distance of under 2mm and a screw size larger than C mount) but the M7 mount will unscrew and under it is a standard C mount thread with the proper flange focal length. I think this lens is sold by Fujinon in a few different versions and mounts. I believe they are all fixed focus but some have aperture controls and some do not. This version is wide open all the time.






First shots playing around...













The FOV is *very* wide and many shots had feet in them. The uneven vignetting is a little odd (mostly left corners) but not an issue IMO. Seems plenty sharp (all are wide open as there is no aperture) and I have tweaked that slightly with a spacer.

Shawn
What an amazing looking lens! Wow. Nice and sharp images. Wonder if it is even wider than the Pentax Q fisheye? The focal length would seem to suggest it.
thanks for sharing
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QuoteOriginally posted by oscaletrains Quote
Here are some more. All hand held and no processing.


One is regular 01 lens through a window, closer up is Pentax adapter with 100mm f4 macro through a window, coin date is same but direct, closer coin date is same a that but with 100mm extension tube.


IMGP0054 ? imgbb.com


IMGP0094 ? imgbb.com
IMGP0095 ? imgbb.com
IMGP0096 ? imgbb.com
IMGP0097 ? imgbb.com
You will enjoy the 100mm macro on the Q. Super macro photography is fun. Nice first set of photos.
thanks for sharing
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QuoteOriginally posted by Cipher Quote
Canon 100mm f3.5 LTM:
What kind of mount is it? Not K-mount for sure, but neither Canon EF nor FD?

QuoteOriginally posted by Apertority Quote
Hello,
Recently aquired a Cosinon-T 135mm f/3.5.
Thanks for comparison shot, Apertority. I assumed that this is K-mount, if it's not please let me know.

QuoteOriginally posted by Shawn67 Quote
Fujinon CF2.7HA-L1 2.7mm f1.8 Fisheye.
Shawn, thanks for the picture of the lens, looks very cool! C-mount version on the original Q was reported in this post, but that one looks narrower and no vignetting due to smaller sensor. I suppose the difference is the sensor size, is it Q-S1 that's on your picture?

QuoteOriginally posted by oscaletrains Quote
Here are some more. All hand held and no processing.
Thanks oscaletrains, it seems like a very good solution covering both ends of the extrema, i.e. long telephoto as well as extreme macro!
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QuoteOriginally posted by kwb Quote
Originally posted by Cipher Quote Canon 100mm f3.5 LTM: What kind of mount is it? Not K-mount for sure, but neither Canon EF nor FD?
It is the 39mm Leica Thread Mount, the mount that Leica used before their bayonet mount. There are a lot of these by various manufacturers. I have the 135mm f3.5 Canon LTM as well. The Canon LTMs sometimes have internal haze (from the coating interacting with the lubricant in the iris blades) but can usually be cleaned, if not perfectly, good enough to make good images (the carburetor picture was from one that I cleaned.)

That Fujinon CF2.7HA-L1 fisheye looks great—a little wider than the 03 and three stops faster!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Cipher Quote
It is the 39mm Leica Thread Mount, the mount that Leica used before their bayonet mount. There are a lot of these by various manufacturers. I have the 135mm f3.5 Canon LTM as well. The Canon LTMs sometimes have internal haze (from the coating interacting with the lubricant in the iris blades) but can usually be cleaned, if not perfectly, good enough to make good images (the carburetor picture was from one that I cleaned.)
Wow, thanks for the link Cipher, 72 brands/manufacturers are listed there!
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Lens table was updated, thank you all for your submissions.


What kind of mount is it? Not K-mount for sure, but neither Canon EF nor FD?


Thanks for comparison shot, Apertority. I assumed that this is K-mount, if it's not please let me know.


Shawn, thanks for the picture of the lens, looks very cool! C-mount version on the original Q was reported in this post, but that one looks narrower and no vignetting due to smaller sensor. I suppose the difference is the sensor size, is it Q-S1 that's on your picture?


Thanks oscaletrains, it seems like a very good solution covering both ends of the extrema, i.e. long telephoto as well as extreme macro!
Yup, that is a Q-S1 that the lens is mounted on. If anyone else want to try one check ebay for the Axis 212 security camera. They apparently have that Fujinon in them and the cameras are available cheap on ebay.

http://www.naic.edu/~phil/rfi/miscdevice/axiscam/axis212_specs.pdf

Shawn
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