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01-26-2011, 02:14 AM   #16
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Hi, I saw you were discussing Hartblei lens, so if it will be interesting for you, you can find it there www.hartblei.kiev.ua


02-01-2011, 09:03 PM   #17
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Interesting, I see them listed on ebay for a pretty good price. I wonder how well this would do on a pentax 645d. If you need any testers let me know, I am going to Yosemite in late Feb and would be glad to test the lens for you
02-03-2011, 03:06 AM   #18
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QuoteOriginally posted by Shuttershane Quote
Interesting, I see them listed on ebay for a pretty good price. I wonder how well this would do on a pentax 645d. If you need any testers let me know, I am going to Yosemite in late Feb and would be glad to test the lens for you
This is really good proposition, we need to think and I will inform you.
A couple days ago we sent two lenses Hartblei Tilt-Shift 45mm for Pentax 645D cameras, now we are waiting feedbacks from your buyer about quality of this lenses.
02-04-2011, 06:02 PM   #19
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I am also going to Yosemite February 18-21 with my 645D.
Would love to have access to this lens for testing purposes in a real world shooting situation
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02-04-2011, 08:49 PM   #20
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Kuau,

Ahh to bad you will already be gone when I get there. I really tried for that week but my wife has to work so we will be in yosemite from the 24-28th. I am crossing my fingers that horsetail falls lights up good on the 24th or 25th.
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I am awaiting delivery of a "HARTBLEI Digital 45mm f/3.5 Super-Rotator Tilt Shift Lens". I decided to give one a try finally and found a demo unit for a great price. In addition to having this on my 645N, I also plan on trying it out with my Nikon D7000.

I was thinking of picking up a Nikon PC-E (tilt & shift) lens when this caught my attention again. Two systems with one lens... had to try it.
04-29-2011, 07:12 AM   #22
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looking forward to seeing some imagesfrom your 645d and the hartblei.
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no 645D. I do have two 645N and a LS8000 scanner... digital in a sense, but old school digital.

05-25-2011, 08:04 PM   #24
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wow. this lens is beautiful... I picked up a digital version of this - as opposed to the MC version. It is a beautifully finished lens, feels solid like the A 120mm F/4 macro, only more so. I hope to have it out in a week or two for some field use.
06-06-2011, 07:19 AM   #25
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For all users of Pentaxforums -7% discount to all Hartblei lenses on Hartblei Tilt-Shift | Lenses & Adapter Rings
06-06-2011, 09:12 PM   #26
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Wow! nice deal. My Hartblei feels more substantial and the focus is much smoother than the Canon 90mm TS-E I used to own. That and the fact you are not constrained by which orientation tilt and shift are aligned - like Canon and Nikon. These are beautiful lenses.
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Does anybody have any data or experience about the optical performance of this lens on the 645D? I have the camera and am interested in the lens if it is optically very good (both when used as a straight 45mm lens and also when used with tilt and/or shift).
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Anyone know the difference between the new and old versions of this lens (other than $500)?
06-07-2011, 03:05 PM   #29
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QuoteOriginally posted by Thomas Quote
Anyone know the difference between the new and old versions of this lens (other than $500)?
The difference between this lens are: new version of the optics and improved mechanism of tilt-shift. New version of Hartblei 45mm was made special for Phase One cameras to make best quality for this cameras.
I don't want to tell you that old version is bad lens but you have to know that production does not stand still, and always appear new and improved products.

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Would still love to see some samples taken with the newer 45mm T/S on a 645D before I order one.
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