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Old 08-02-2014   #321
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I'd Forgotten--But Now Remember.

Resurrecting this thread after pulling out my Planar after over a year. I'd forgotten what a great lens it is!


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Old 11-24-2016   #326
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I have been reading and viewing this thread since yesterday.
And I hate it. All images posted are perfect and a number of members have shown using BW and colour films in traditional way. I hate it.
I hate this thread so much that you people are now responsible for making me buy this lens just a few minutes ago!
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Old 11-24-2016   #327
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I read somebody say "the specific 50mm Planar characteristics" ...

can somebody explain or show me the 'specific 50mm Planar characteristics' ?
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Old 11-24-2016   #328
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Old 11-24-2016   #329
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Which one is M100, nice photo bytheway.
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Old 11-24-2016   #330
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Just Superb, love the hi contrast~ mood... Beautiful Huss !
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Old 11-27-2016   #336
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ok John, Thank You for your comment
decided to heed to the call... cropped my photo (though I tend to be a Purist, arghhh)

Does look better ... Thank You John



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Fascinating shot, Helen. I'm still not able to figure out what is created by camera movement and what of the white curves is actually a solid structure. Where is it?
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While I am still jazzed about my 50 Sonnar, I am enjoying this thread inspired by the Planar.

Helen all of these (need for edit notwithstanding look great! I guess I agree the edit helps but my eye was immediately drawn to the two anyway fwiw.

Klaus, It is great to see Chick and co. as you've captured them here and I am particularly drawn to the light you've captured on that last image of the table and chairs under globe lights.

John, your image of figures in the sand is a striking and a very classic look. I like this one.

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Klaus,
it's a new Installation at 23 and Fifth
between Madison Park and 'Eataly'
Great shots Klaus ... Mono & Miss Planar

Hi 'DWF' , very kind, Thanks much !!
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Any reason to pick a Planar 50 over the Summicron 50? Price? Im curious.
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it's a new Installation at 23 and Fifth
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Great shots Klaus ... Mono & Miss Planar
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Hi Helen,
it looks like you changed the picture in the post? Although the pervious one looked partly blurry, I liked it better than the one that you show now
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The wide open focus differentiation works well and you certainly caught the moment.
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Does anyone know why the design choices between the 50/1.4 (SLR) Planar and 50/2 (RF) Planar were so different? The 50/2 seems to have been designed with pure performance in mind, where as the 50/1.4 seems to be more about general aesthetic rendering. They're both beauties IMO, but I do wonder why they're so different...
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Does anyone know why the design choices between the 50/1.4 (SLR) Planar and 50/2 (RF) Planar were so different? The 50/2 seems to have been designed with pure performance in mind, where as the 50/1.4 seems to be more about general aesthetic rendering. They're both beauties IMO, but I do wonder why they're so different...
I think it's because the SLR lens has to sit so far from the film plane... the optical arrangement has to be adjusted for this.
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Sony A7II, 50mm f2 ZM, Voigtlander adapter (both pictures shot at f8 ISO 100) Yama****a Park, Yokohama

There is no shi-t in Yamashi-ta park...

The very first time I visit Tokyo, my friend who lived in Ikebukuro 池袋 took me here, Yamashi-ta Park, Yokohama, I never ask him why...of course, the next day he took me to Asakusa Ji, 淺草寺 as a usual tourist

Shi-ta, 下, means under, Yama, 山, Mountain, So this is a park under/ by the mountain...

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There is no shi-t in Yamashi-ta park...

The very first time I visit Tokyo, my friend who lived in Ikebukuro 池袋 took me here, Yamashi-ta Park, Yokohama, I never ask him why...of course, the next day he took me to Asakusa Ji, 淺草寺 as a usual tourist

Shi-ta, 下, means under, Yama, 山, Mountain, So this is a park under/ by the mountain...

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Hello Taipei-Metro! Yama****a Park is a great place to walk around and relax. I'm glad you've had a chance to visit. It was built by using the rubble from the great Kanto earthquake of 1923 for landfill. The park has a lot of interesting history. I often visit the park because of the endless photo ops and the fact that it's free!
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The planar captures more than I realize at time of shooting ... in the left section of the large globe there is the Rockefeller Center building (entire height) and the "tiny" X-mas tree infront of it. I only saw this on my monitor at home.

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