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Old 09-23-2011   #81
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the shot i made using my canon 35/2 roughly looked like this
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the shot i made using my canon 35/2 roughly looked like this
You sold that away already? Yah..at 50mm, i had to stand a little away...
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Can't wait to use my canon 50mm 1.4 though. i'm beginning to realize i like the classic look vintage lenses give me
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Can't wait to use my canon 50mm 1.4 though. i'm beginning to realize i like the classic look vintage lenses give me
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I once bought a CV 50/3.5, supposed to be "one of the sharpest 50mm's ever", and returned it after a week and two rolls of Kodak Ektar 100 side by side compared with the Canon 50/1.4.

I found that the peak resolution of the collapsible Cron (screwmount) is a little bit higher yet as the Canon, but overall contrast, shadow details and backlight behavior of the Canon are much better!

It's my sharpest 50mm screwmount lens by far. I doubt that anyone who have it will feel in need of a CV Nokton 50/1.5.

IMHO only one thing can be said against the Canon 50/1.4, that the rendering is more on the "cold" side and it's "too sharp" or "too modern" in outcome. So that's why a 50/1.5 is a great addition to it.
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Wow, this looks like a rather nice lens. What are they running for these days?
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One just went for $1357 on ebay... but generally in the $300-$400 range.
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Taken yesterday at the Algonquin Provincial Park.

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Had the Canon 50mm/1.4 on the M4-P for a while lately..



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Canon RF 50mm f/1.4

Although I more often carry the f/2.0 Summicron... I have had the Canon f/1.4 for 2,000 years... and regularly look for excuses to take it out.

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Okay, I'll play. Everything taken with a Bessa R3A. Negatives scanned on Epson V500.


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Available light with Bessa R3A at f/1.4 or f/2 (and Neopan 1600):



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50 years on and the lens still holds its own. Amazing. Looking forward to trying one I just snagged.

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Bessa R3A again.

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Neopan 1600 at 3200


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I should have kept the lens.
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Very nice family scene Raid. Sharpness, colors and bokeh are just great here.
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Shot during the New Years celebrations. My first attempt at push processing. Kodak Tri-X 400 @ 1600 in HC-110.


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Shot during the New Years celebrations. My first attempt at push processing. Kodak Tri-X 400 @ 1600 in HC-110.
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Thanks! Yes, got that one and a 35mm f/2.8 from another member here. Both ultra clean, with front and rear caps and their corresponding Canon lens hoods.

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