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Old 04-10-2016   #1
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Pics with the Canon 35mm f/2.8 ltm

I looked and couldn't find a thread so I made one

Taken with a Bessa R2

Taken with a Canon 7

Taken with a Bessa R2
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Old 04-10-2016   #2
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This is probably my all-time favourite lens for small-format cameras. It's tiny, robust, and plays damn well on both LTM and mirrorless. Here it is on an A7R:







It about matches the resolution of Sony's 36MP sensor in the center and has nice character on the corners.
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I use this lens on my Nex-7 a lot. Great little lens.
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Canon L1. Forgot the film.



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I just got one of these, not bad for what I paid for it. I couldn't shoot smaller than f4 for my first test roll though so the edge sharpness is pretty poor. I can't really find much on here/flickr taken with the black/chrome version of this lens (the one I've bought).

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This is probably my all-time favourite lens for small-format cameras. It's tiny, robust, and plays damn well on both LTM and mirrorless. Here it is on an A7R:

It about matches the resolution of Sony's 36MP sensor in the center and has nice character on the corners.
When adapted on my mirrorless (Olympus E-M5 Mk1) the Mk1 I have is pretty sharp looking in the middle and just soft (almost focus distorted) at the edges up until about f/5.6 (still not as good as the center). Even with the 2.0x crop factor the edge falls off in resolution. I still need to get a roll thru it on my Canon 7.

For example this when I look at the center and edges (closest focusing distance though).



2.8 vs 8





It is nice though when it's a 'portrait' range on a cropped camera (E-M5 cropped shots)

8 second exposure, ISO 200, f/2.8


15 second exposure, ISO 200, f/2.8


30 second exposure, ISO 200, f/2.8


Mounted onto the Canon 7 :

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Love this lens. On my Fuji X-E2.

Gallery http://photography.rogerlund.net/Gal...renar-35mm-28/



With a small tube.












More in the Gallery,
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Another adapted to my Olympus E-M5 (I'm hoping to get some film samples by next week.)

f/2.8 wide open, ISO 200, 1/125th



100% crop (no resizing)



Processed for sepia of course.

And this earlier today, ISO 1600, 1/60th, f/2.8

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With a small tube.
Are you putting the extension tube on the LTM side, or on the x-mount side?
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Are you putting the extension tube on the LTM side, or on the x-mount side?
Ltm side. A small tube.
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Ltm side. A small tube.
Nice. I have a 3-set of micro-4/3rd extension tubes coming mainly because it was much cheaper to get that than to find an LTM tube of sort. (plus I can always use those with my other adapted lens).
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