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Best 3rd party lens hood for M-Rokkor 40mm
Old 04-23-2009   #41
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Best 3rd party lens hood for M-Rokkor 40mm

I just a got one of these butter smooth M-Rokkor for my "M", and I am looking for a rigid lens hood, and a front cap...
Found these 2 options on the Bay: 200299114795 and 200317820963.
Any users' feed back or advices on these or any other option?
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I have bought this one: 200317820963 (same hood, same seller) and couldn't be happier. Works perfect (also with filter !).
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Old 04-23-2009   #43
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Many thanks, I like its shape too, if it does the job just fine, then it is perfect as the other option is really bigger...
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Old 04-23-2009   #44
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anyone know how to DIY front focus adjustment with the lens?
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Old 04-28-2009   #45
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I have the CL version of the M-Rokkor 40mm. It's a darn nice lens. This post motivated me to finally file the lug to bring up the 35mm frameline in the M5 and Hexar RF.

Hope to make more images with thie lens, soon.

Thank you, OP - for the motivation!!
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Old 05-02-2009   #47
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Gabor: that's gorgeous.
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Old 05-02-2009   #49
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Unbelievable photo.


I want to share mine using this lens.



This set was taken exclusively with my CLE and 40mm rokkor.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ugly_bo...7603854229736/

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Nelson, very nice series you have about the old Shanghai !!

My favorites are:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ugly_bo...7603854229736/ (drying chicken)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ugly_bo...7603854229736/ (house number "22")

Which film did you use for these in BW ?

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Old 05-02-2009   #51
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Nelson, very nice series you have about the old Shanghai !!

My favorites are:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ugly_bo...7603854229736/ (drying chicken)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ugly_bo...7603854229736/ (house number "22")

Which film did you use for these in BW ?

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Thanks Gabor! Film was Rollei Retro 100 souped in paRodinal 1:50.
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Old 05-24-2009   #53
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Well, I got (again) a 40Rokkor, CLE version, and here are first results thus far:





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Maddoc, those shots are amazing.
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this one is really classic... everything is just right on it.
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Focus on the lady, she was 10 meters from me at least.
Crop at 2400 dpi :
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From my Hexar RF and M-Rokkor Combo. Superia 400.
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Old 12-29-2009   #63
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I love my 40/2 M-Rokkor (CLE version). It's small, fast, sharp, relatively inexpensive and it fits the 35mm frame lines on my R-D1 perfectly.



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Old 12-30-2009   #64
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Great shots. I love 40mm. My VC nokton f/1.4 is an excellent lens indeed, but your Rokkor looks even better...
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I love my little M-Rokkor 40mm. It's the only lens I have for my M4 but I'm so happy with it that I'm not concerned with acquiring a new lens anytime soon.

Here are some pictures. Forgive the terrible scanner quality.









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^ you owe it to yourself to treat yourself to a new scanner
Lovely shots though (did you scan prints?)
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^ you owe it to yourself to treat yourself to a new scanner
Lovely shots though (did you scan prints?)
Thank you Renzsu. I've been meaning to get a decent scanner for the best part of 6 months and finally pulled the trigger on an Epson V600 a few weeks ago. Unfortunately for me, the store decided to close over the holidays so I won't be getting it for another week or two.
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Some of the following photos were taken in "snap-shot" mode, pre-set exposure, focus set to 3m and the camera secured with a wrist-strap in my right. I was either holding an umbrella or had some shopping bags in my left hand so no chance for focussing, just aim, shot and rewind.
Gabor - I'm curious about your "snapshot" settings. When you preset your exposure for night shots, what values are you setting? And are you using hyperfocal distance for focus?

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3 months and no new Rokkor photos?





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Today's upload from my Rangefinder Chronicles
Minolta CLE, 40mm M-Rokkor at f2 and 1/4s
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Gabor - I'm curious about your "snapshot" settings. When you preset your exposure for night shots, what values are you setting? And are you using hyperfocal distance for focus?

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It depends on the film (and location !) In Sapporo, a big and at night well illuminated city, 400ISO were good for f/1.0 and 1/60s or f/1.4 and 1/30s and 1600ISO for f/4.0 and 1/15s. With focus set to 3m (for me ideal when using 50mm or 40mm lenses), I was ready to go.
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maddoc, I think I like your photo. It seems incredibly full of details and has a perfect BW rendition and contrast, in my opinion.
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maddoc, I think I like your photo. It seems incredibly full of details and has a perfect BW rendition and contrast, in my opinion.
+1. Beautifully done, Gabor.
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maddoc, I think I like your photo. It seems incredibly full of details and has a perfect BW rendition and contrast, in my opinion.
+1 as well. I was thinking it impressive that you must have stopped down a fair bit to get that much depth of field, which must have implied a pretty long exposure at night, yet you managed to hand-hold quite steadily. Nice picture!

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