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08-04-2015, 04:53 PM   #1
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lenses 645 and V

experiments have someone with lenses 645 d 55mm 90mm FA FA-165 in comparison with lenses Hasselblad FE, F 50mm F 2.8 110 150 both f2 ?

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08-04-2015, 10:35 PM   #2
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QuoteOriginally posted by willeisner Quote
experiments have someone with lenses 645 d 55mm 90mm FA FA-165 in comparison with lenses Hasselblad FE, F 50mm F 2.8 110 150 both f2.

Doubts on which jointly invest
deutsch ist eine lustige sprache...
what he probably means is if somebody has any experience concerning the 55, 90 and 165(?) in comparison to the hasselblad lenses...
just trying to help
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08-05-2015, 03:15 PM   #3
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I'd like to see some comments on this as well. Must be somebody out there?

08-27-2015, 05:20 AM   #5
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You will find some sample shots on my blog, but no direct comparison so far.
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The most importend information is that most of the hasselblad lenses got their performance peak @f8-f11, while most of the newer Pentax lenses are good wide open.
There are some exceptions from this observation like the FE 110 f2. This one is very good even wide open.

//Ich habe einige Beispielbilder der Hasselblad Linsen auf meinem Blog. Den direkten Vergleich habe ich noch nicht gemacht, ist aber geplant. Das wichtigste was man bei den Hasselblad Linsen beachten sollte ist, dass diese eher bei f8-11 ihr Leistungsmaximum haben. Die Pentax Linsen, vor allen die neuen, sind auch Offenblendig recht gut.
08-27-2015, 02:56 PM   #6
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beautiful pictures, interesting result of hassel the Pentax 645z

When they procure make a comparative please publish here in the forum

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08-31-2015, 05:20 AM   #7
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Not sure if you'll understand this but the 110mm f/2 is extraordinary. I use it a lot at weddings on a 645z - beautiful.

Because it's manual focus it's slow to use - I use the pentax 150/2.8 when I want to work fast, and use the 110 when I have time, or am in a really magical location.

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Sorry these are not a side by side test but best i can manage.

Pentax 150/2./8 ;





110mm f/2



(this one below at about f/4 or f/5)



this one is 150mm @ f3.5

http://www.gavincato.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/25-4342-post/Jess_Jam...vinCato025.jpg

this one 150mm @ 2.8



this one 110mm @ f2









hope this helps.

I prefer having both. They have very different functions in my bag.
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Beautiful portraits, helped a lot with my question, thanks for posting

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both lenses, very good sharpness, blur. I think BOTH are important, together

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