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05-04-2012, 05:00 PM   #3226
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Pentax 67, S-M-C Takumar 67 90/2.8 LS, Kodak New Portra 400

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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote
Pentax 67, S-M-C Takumar 67 90/2.8 LS, Kodak New Portra 400
Nice spring-feeling photo, Colton. I have that lens too and I'm glad I got it.
05-04-2012, 08:24 PM   #3228
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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Nice spring-feeling photo, Colton. I have that lens too and I'm glad I got it.
Thanks tuco.
It is a nice lens, some of favorite 67 shots were taken with it.
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Nice shot Colton! Is there any optical difference between the 90mm LS and the regular 90/2.8? I don't have either and have been debating with myself.

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1- 645D + DFA 25mm


2- 645D + FA80-160mm


3- 645D + FA80-160mm


4- 645D + DFA55mm


5- 645D + DFA25mm


6- 645D + DFA25mm



7- 645D + FA45-85mm


8- 645D + DFA25mm

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QuoteOriginally posted by revdocjim Quote
Nice shot Colton! Is there any optical difference between the 90mm LS and the regular 90/2.8? I don't have either and have been debating with myself.
The 2 lenses are totally different designs. The LS is a 6 element lens while the non LS is 7, antiquecameras.net rates the LS version a B, and the non LS a B+.
The non LS 90/2.8 is also much lighter, and focuses closer. The 90/2.8 LS is a great lens though and is unique within the 6x7 range in that the LS can be fired independently after the main shutter is fired and held open in Bulb, or T mode. And of course you also get the better flash sync speeds from the LS.
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From the same roll of New Portra 400

Pentax 67, SMC Pentax 67 200/4 (Handheld)
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Thanks Colton. I think I'll hold out for the non-LS and see if I can't find a cheap one.

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Got some film developed and scanned at 15mp in Seoul for the princely sum of 4 each film (about $6). These are from a trip to an island about 80km from Seoul except one from Seoul itself

Pentax 645N FA 45 - 85 at 45mm and f/16 1/60 Kodak Ektra 100




Pentax 645N FA 45-85 at 50mm f/11 1/160 Fuji Reala 100




and the one from the streets of Seoul

Pentax 645N FA 45 - 55 at 45mm 1/160 f/11 Kodak Ektra 100


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QuoteOriginally posted by Rense Quote
by Rense Haveman, on Flickr
What a nice location. Not a lot of "foliage noise" and made for some nice shots.
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Shot with 645D and 67 55mm f4 lens (latest version) and Pentax adaptor. Multi-shot stitch.
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Pentax 645D + 35mm A lens.

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645D + 55mm lens (latest DFA version) - 3 shot pano.

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645D + 35mm A lens.

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