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Old 02-07-2013   #41
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Just a snapshot (ISO 6400), with an odd and ugly combination : Canon's cheap EF-S 18-55mm, at 18mm :

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Also, another snapshot with my brother's Canon EF 100mm f2.0 :
There are taken wide open I assume? I mean, the adapter does not give you any aperture control?
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Old 02-07-2013   #42
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There are taken wide open I assume? I mean, the adapter does not give you any aperture control?
It is wide open. I got the cheapest adapter (20$), but Rainbowimaging makes one with a ring that allows you to crontol the aperture. It is more expensive, approx. 50$.
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Old 02-07-2013   #43
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Hello

Is no one using Pen-F lenses ?

Wouldn't they be ideal for the X series -
the only vintage manual focus lenses designed
for APC size sensor.

Or perhaps their FOV is not wide enough . . .

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Old 02-07-2013   #44
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Woooow ...,sharp and nice color...CV 35/1.4

Compare to Fujinon XF 35/1.4, which one better?


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1946 uncoated Leitz Summitar 2/50mm on Fuji XE-1. Colours tend to be cooler, and contrast a bit flat, but details are well rendered.



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These are all from the Pen F which I currently have for sale http://http://www.rangefinderforum.c...?product=38104


Paper Beats Scissors - Fujifilm X-Pro1 w/ Zuiko 42mm f1.2 by brodyl.91, on Flickr


Breakfast - Fujifilm X-Pro1 w/ Zuiko 42mm f1.2 by brodyl.91, on Flickr


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also posted elsewhere in this forum...shot with Helios 44m-4 58mm f/2

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Old 02-14-2013   #49
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Is no one using Pen-F lenses ?

Wouldn't they be ideal for the X series -
the only vintage manual focus lenses designed
for APC size sensor.

Or perhaps their FOV is not wide enough . . .

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I got the Olympus Pen 42mm F1.2 arriving in the next few days. I'll post some up in due course
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1960's Pentax Super Takumar 50 1.4 on my X-E1:


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i really love this lens. small, short, and 49mm filter thread. and sharp.. and $50
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1960's Pentax Super Takumar 50 1.4 on my X-E1:
Bellyface,

I have that lens too, adapted for my Canon 5dmkII, I have no issues.

But with the Kiwi m42-Fuji X adapter on my X-Pro1, I am not able to focus to infinity, do you have that problem with this lens?

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crankbait, got the adapter from rainbow imaging, and I can focus past infinity. so there is a little play before it.
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Couple of photos of Charleston using the Industar 69 (for the half-frame Chaika) on the X-E1 with the RainbowImaging adapter. 200 ASA, f/8, aperture priority mode.

Got the lens yesterday from ebay; it had been "modified" (i.e. focus stops removed) to allow for infinity focus. I decided to keep it anyway and see how it performed. Not too shabby for a $50 lens.

Photos are jpgs from camera with sharpening and slight exposure tweaks. The contra jour photo of the harbor was shot with no lens or hand shade!



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X-Pro1 jpegs with a cheap lens... :-)
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X-Pro1 jpegs with a cheap lens... :-)

Here are a few a made yesterday during a walk through my school's garden. All are out-of-camera jpegs with only minor adjustment of contrast. All were made with the $40 Hexanon AR 28mm f3.5 lens. Fuji colors... ya gotta love 'em!













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Here are a few a made yesterday during a walk through my school's garden. All are out-of-camera jpegs with only minor adjustment of contrast. All were made with the $40 Hexanon AR 28mm f3.5 lens. Fuji colors... ya gotta love 'em!
Jamie, what sort of adapter are you using? I have a lot of AR glass but have not been able to find an adapter.
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Jamie, what sort of adapter are you using? I have a lot of AR glass but have not been able to find an adapter.
Larry, sorry I didn't see your question until today. I have the Kipon Ar-to-Fuji X adapter. Works fine.

If you don't already have it, another great AR lens is the 40/1.8... highly recommended little pancake lens.
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I took this right after my XP1 arrived in the mail and I was learning how to use it. Uncoated Leica Summar from 1936.

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Hi, guys! Here is couple of samples from my X-E1:

1. Voigtlander-M 15mm II

2. Summicron-m 50mm type IV
What did you do, shoot in the dark

here's mine from the dark shot with Telyt 400mm - Pixco L-M-FX converter
although shot with the 400mm the moon is still a small object in this (uncropped) picture...

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Yeah) This is my first post here, as you see, so I'm trying to figure out - how to upload my photos here from Flickr. When I'm trying to upload them directly with help of "Manage Attachments" button - photos showing in very small resolution. Working on it)
think you only need the last part of that long web address:

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what I normally do with flickr pictures is opening them in a new browserwindow so you can take that address directly from the new browser

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The part I used seemed to be a part of the longer address of the small picture in your first posting. This is what I normally do:
go to the flickr photo you want to upload - of course at right resolution - you can choose in flickr different resolutions: normally you can post here as big as 1024 x 683
Next click at your right mouse button when it is on the picture and choose:
"open in new browserwindow (or tab)" . Please note that there are other ways to do it, but I find this the most easy one.
then take the web address from that new browser window or tab and put in your posting here. Here is another one of mine at the choosen resolution from my flickr site:


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The part I used seemed to be a part of the longer address of the small picture in your first posting. This is what I normally do:
go to the flickr photo you want to upload - of course at right resolution - you can choose in flickr different resolutions: normally you can post here as big as 1024 x 683
Next click at your right mouse button when it is on the picture and choose:
"open in new browserwindow (or tab)" . Please note that there are other ways to do it, but I find this the most easy one.
then take the web address from that new browser window or tab and put in your posting here. Here is another one of mine at the choosen resolution from my flickr site:
Thank you so much, Ron - for this great explanation! Now, I'n finally get - how I can find a proper link on flick, to upload an image here. But there is still trouble: doesn't matter what resolution of my photo, I choose on Flick - it still uploading on the forum page with damn resizing! Look at my samples below
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EVRICA!) X-E1 + Summicron-m 50mm v. IV


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Cron 50mm on "wight open". Zero sharpening. I stop to use extra sharpening, since I start to use a m-mount lenses - the best investment into your photo stuff)


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Here's one from yesterday, was testing out my Avenon 28 3.5 with the Fuji adapter. Not seeing any issues, at least not at f/4 where this was taken. Focus was on the middle of the peach pile.


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Here's one at f/5.6, again the Avenon 28 3.5 with Fuji adapter. I also have a Rainbow adapter to use with my 35 Summilux pre-asph, as it won't fit in the Fuji one.


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Here's one at f/5.6, again the Avenon 28 3.5 with Fuji adapter. I also have a Rainbow adapter to use with my 35 Summilux pre-asph, as it won't fit in the Fuji one.
Nice shot! What is this - "Rainbow adapter"? Never heard about it.
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Very nice series of pictures! Btw I use mostly 35mm Summicrons with the X-E1 - I like these little summicrons since they match the little camera quite well
Thanx, Ron! Cron 35mm - is absolutely stunning lens! (like all Summicrons BTW)) That's gonna be my next lens, what I'm really want to buy - missing 35mm FL. Now I'm waiting for m-hexanon 28mm - should be more then interesting stuff to use, according to the great feedback about it. Also want to compare it to Elmarit 28mm ASPH, what I have to use before sold it couple of month ago - hopefully this guy gonna be close enough to preASPH Elmarit.
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