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Old 05-14-2015   #376
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Thank you! Those two lenses are very different in contrast and color rendering as well as in design and weight. I will try to compare them in the future. MF forum is very dangerous for me, each time I visit it , I end up looking for a particular lens I saw in there


Here is one from Staeble-Lineogon 35mm 3.5 that has the M39 fitting (most were produced for Paxete camera fitting)





P.s Your Komura 100mm lens is very nice, colors are so pleasing , If you have more samples, I would love to see them .
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Old 05-14-2015   #377
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interesting that the two Super Rokkors are very distinct from each other! Let us know, or see, more please

Usually I am living out of a suitcase and can only use the lenses I carry. That Komura I had bought quite recently and had taken it out only once, can show another flower pic from then. Then it got left behind but since 3 days it is with me again and I hope that I will be able to show some more soon


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Old 05-15-2015   #378
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so I took the Komura 3.5/105 out today for a few fast pics all taken from the same spot looking down a road in Saigon, uploaded 4, here is one:


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to note that ooc there is much less contrast
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Old 05-15-2015   #379
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Scope, this is an absolutely superb shot with a 15mm (becomes 23mm)

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one from heliar 15mm 4.5



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Old 05-15-2015   #380
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Andreas, your Komura has a good sharpness and unique rendering, I wonder how does it behave as a portrait lens then? Thank you for the photographs.

benji77 , thank you for the kind words! We were walking past those huge , tall trees and I had a little luck with the light hitting from the side on that spot, it disappeared seconds after I took this shot and the scene changed dramatically , well, as you would expect really.


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Old 05-15-2015   #381
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another great one Scope! Mexico? typoo, it must be the Heliar 15mm. amazing the lighting of the earlier one in the woods, light on the face even though the sun shines right onto his back

right, the Komura should be interesting for portraits. I have never taken 'set up' portraits but 'street' or 'impromptu' portraits only and for that I used much shorter lenses, curious if I get to give this a try


at Hanuman Dhoka
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and one more of those from yesterday with the 105 Komura:

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Old 05-16-2015   #382
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colors of the Komura are lovely, with some PPing it looks nice


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enjoying the colors this old Komura gives me!


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Old 05-18-2015   #384
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since it now has been more about unique and rare LTM lenses, another taken with the 2/5cm Topcor ( which I also have hardly used yet but shall use more in the near future )


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Old 05-22-2015   #385
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Andreas , your last image is very nice, very unusual flare and it worked perfectly with the composition. Sorry for not posting , bit busy with work, but hopefully not for long.

P.s thats right , it was 15mm heliar ,sorry for the typo and thank you for noticing. Shot in Dominican Republic.
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Oh, Dominican Republic it was!
Another very good one with the Heliar Scope.

I also have not been posting, slowly running out of images
one with a Canon LTM 3.5/135


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Old 05-30-2015   #388
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Thanks!

I don't have many shots taken with the RF glass, so will have to dilute a bit with a SLR mixture



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This is bloody FANTASTIC Kuuan!


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Old 05-30-2015   #390
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never mind scope, you seem to have very good SLR lenses
thank you Maiku, the doves were doing that again and again so it was easy to get that shot, actually had aimed for the girl in green too, she had a crippled arm and was around to beg, didn't get that well though


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Old 06-01-2015   #391
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Cool shot, Andreas! those two, are the street performers or just a by-passers enjoying themselves?





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Cool shot, Andreas! those two, are the street performers or just a by-passers enjoying themselves?
very cool your shot too!

these are kind of street performers, but they don't do it for money but for fun. Actually it is a famous scene, a corner in a park in Shibuya, Tokyo, where people meet up on weekends to dress up as old style rock n' rollers and to dance to tunes of Elvis and the like, there had been many TV and magazine reports made: http://www.tokyorepublicblog.com/rocknrolla-yoyogi/
https://lifetoreset.wordpress.com/20...t-yoyogi-park/
I had arrived late, on a sunday just at about sunset time and there was only one group of three people left


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Old 06-04-2015   #393
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Thanks for the link, looks like a lot of fun !!!



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Old 07-20-2015   #394
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Just to keep this thread alive

Heliar 15mm 4.5

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Old 07-22-2015   #395
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once again great photo Scope!
have been posting in other thread, also photos taken with the GXR M, but you are right, this thread deserves to be kept alive, best with high quality photography like yours!

samples taken with the 15mm Heliar always make a statement, of course without corner treatments:

traditional living
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Old 07-24-2015   #396
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Thank you , Andreas ! I would love to see you as well as others post more of their photos taken with the GXR setup. Its such a good system, two strong points for me -fantastic color rendering and 'bolt on' compatibility with the RF lenses...



... well , luckily its not limited to the RF glass only




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right 'Scope'.
because it's sensor is of the size most lenses I am using had been designed for I shall get a Sony A series camera eventually,
but use and colors produced by the Ricoh are very special and I continue to love my GXR M!


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Straight out of camera jpgs, lens was a Canon 50mm f1.2. I do like the fact you can shoot B&W Jpegs and still have the full DNG file to play with after the event.





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