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07-14-2014, 07:36 AM   #1
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Do you have examples of 645D with 67 lenses

Hello,
I have a 645D.
I love my lenses my i love also the 67 "touch"
So do you have some examples of 67 lenses on 645D, in particular the takumar 105 f2,4!
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07-14-2014, 08:34 AM   #2
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Check out Chris Willson's blog, he has posted examples of the 67 105mm f/2.4 on the 645D in the past. For example:
Studio Shoot – Bianca – Variations | TRAVEL 67 – Chris Willson Photography
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QuoteOriginally posted by Royce Howland Quote
Check out Chris Willson's blog, he has posted examples of the 67 105mm f/2.4 on the 645D in the past. For example:
Studio Shoot – Bianca – Variations | TRAVEL 67 – Chris Willson Photography
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I sold my Takumar 105mm f/2.4 and got the 645 A 120mm Macro. A far better lens on the 645D. It is sharper and has better color. The 105mm 67 lens is not bad, but there are better choices for that focal length.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Hakusan Quote
I sold my Takumar 105mm f/2.4 and got the 645 A 120mm Macro. A far better lens on the 645D. It is sharper and has better color. The 105mm 67 lens is not bad, but there are better choices for that focal length.
Yes but the 105 is a 50 mm on 645D. I've the 120 and it is great but a bit longer for me.
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105mm is always 105mm. It has field of view like 85mm on FF camera or 55mm on APS-C camera.
In 67 format 105mm is very close to field of view of 50mm on FF format or 30-35mm on APS-C format
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QuoteOriginally posted by dfujevec Quote
105mm is always 105mm. It has field of view like 85mm on FF camera or 55mm on APS-C camera.
In 67 format 105mm is very close to field of view of 50mm on FF format or 30-35mm on APS-C format
Yes. I just wanted to say that on my 645d this 105 will have a viewing angle closer of my 55 that my 120...so, for me, 120 f4 is not a good solution.
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well, pentax 67 105mm f2.4 lens on a 645D just starts to come into focus at f4, any more wide open its not real sharp on a 645D. In fact 8 or 11 is about where it looks good. Wide open portrait would have to be DFA 90MM .

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Compared to the 55mm, you have a difference in angle of view of 1.91X to 2.18X for the 105mm to 120mm. In practice, you simply don't notice the 14% difference in focal length. But given your criteria, the 75mm 645 A and FA lenses will be closer to 55mm. Or the 90mm 67 lens.
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I have the 300mm and the 135mm 6x7 lenses plus the adapter. the images are great, but the 300mm weighs a ton, not suited for hand held shooying.
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Thanks a lot to everybody. Finally, i took a takumar 105 and i 'm going to test it this days but it seems very good.
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All lenses have technical qualities, but that doesn't necessarily make them good or bad. It depends on whether you like and can use the "look" given by a specific lens well enough to work with whatever downsides it may have. Have fun with the 67 105mm and be sure to let us know what you think on if on your 645D.
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here is the 67 SMC 105/2.5 on the 645D


more on flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/mikeoria/13412880155/in/photostream/

same rig:


on frlickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/mikeoria/9908743346/in/photostream/

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With 35/4 fisheye 67
https://www.flickr.com/photos/nubimd/14756754563/

https://www.flickr.com/photos/nubimd/14733918941/
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