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Old 02-11-2012   #26
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Another from last summer with the Bessa L. I carried this in my truck while at work.

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Nice one, Steve! Was that handheld?
Thanks, Dave. Yes, it was handheld, at probably 1/15 or 1/8, with the lens wide open. I took a deep breath, and said OMMMM very quietly as I pressed the shutter.
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Another from last summer with the Bessa L. I carried this in my truck while at work.

Nice one, Greg! Very "New Topographics"-like, IMO.
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Second line or jazz funeral procession for musician Billy Ding (of Billy Ding and the WingDings) on Frenchman St. in the French Quarter New Orleans.

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Old 02-23-2012   #32
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The 25mm Skopar is by far my favorite street lens, either on my M2 or my NEX 3. On the NEX it makes for a nearly perfect pocketable (if you have largish pockets) hip shooter. If you could turn off the LCD to save power it would be perfect.





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took the train out of town into the black forest yesterday to shoot a roll of apx100 with the iiif, the skopar 25/4 and the "new" leitz red filter i found in a local camera shop last week. it was fun though i'd hoped for more dramatic clouds - maybe next time...
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clouds are great!
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thanks! it was my first time ever using a red filter and i already feel kinda addicted to that look...
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Love this Thread & ALL its Photos

NeeZee ... LOVE your last shot in particular
did the 25/4 color skopar come in Screwmount...Silly Me thought it was an M mount lens
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thanks a lot, helen!
actually the original cv 25/4 was a screwmount lens (kit lens for the bessa l) - the cheapest modern lens you can get (used) for ltm actually and definitely one of the best.
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I just picked one of these up. I am very excited to try it. Can any one offer some tip on focus with the detents?

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Joe, congrats first of all. i have shot about 5 rolls with it up to now and have to say that it's really hard to get something out of focus with this lens. mostly i just leave it on the 3 metre click stop and f8-11 and switch to 1.5 metres for closer stuff. it's really easy.
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Joe, congrats first of all. i have shot about 5 rolls with it up to now and have to say that it's really hard to get something out of focus with this lens. mostly i just leave it on the 3 metre click stop and f8-11 and switch to 1.5 metres for closer stuff. it's really easy.
Thanks. I'll give it a shot. Btw, your pics with the lens look great.

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Ok, I'm gonna bring the Skopar on my next trip. Fun zone focusing lens for my Leica CL. Click.
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Blast from the past. Ellis Island...

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Old 04-14-2012   #48
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A fun lens, and very sharp. I should use it more often.


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