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Old 04-19-2012   #81
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Little bump for the Skopar. What a sweet lens.



Last of the plumb blossoms in Addison County, Vermont.

Edit: NEX-5 and Hawk's close-up helicoid. Blacks tweaked in LightRoom.
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Old 04-22-2012   #83
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Simon! These are excellent. Are these scans of film Tri-X? The sharpness/contrast of the lens really comes through.
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Simon! These are excellent. Are these scans of film Tri-X? The sharpness/contrast of the lens really comes through.
thank you. yes, it's tri-x.
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thank you. yes, it's tri-x.
Hello

Sorry to ask, which scanner are you using ?
Very nice tonal range.

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Sorry to ask, which scanner are you using ?
Very nice tonal range.

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Old 04-29-2012   #90
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I haven't had much time for scanning lately, but from what I've seen, I'm really loving this lens...





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I have been reading all the post and wow! really good pictures! Congrats to all!

This lens seems to be a jewel... I'm looking for a little 35mm and I'm thinking about this lens or de C Biogon T* 2.8/35... has anyone used them both?
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Very interesting thread, excellent images from a great little lens.









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Old 05-27-2012   #103
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Leica M9 + Skopar 35mm f/2.5
ISO 400 @ f/4 @ 1/1800

it is a delightful lens. Works well on M4-2, M9, and GXR-M cameras. Very crisp, very petite.
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I think it would be appropriate to say that this little lens does a great job of not standing between a photographer and excellent photos.

Love the work you guys are posting here.
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I have been reading all the post and wow! really good pictures! Congrats to all!

This lens seems to be a jewel... I'm looking for a little 35mm and I'm thinking about this lens or de C Biogon T* 2.8/35... has anyone used them both?

Hello

The Skopar is a little softer in the corners
at wide apertures than the Biogon, centre is
very sharp.
But it is nice and small, light and has built
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Thank you tonyc!

I'm thinking in a LITTLE lens in 35mm for travelling with a film camera: slides (Agfa 100 Precisa CT) and B/W (Argenti Pan-X).

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Fantastic work----------^^^ Saw the shots over at flickr.

This thread has some outstanding photos.
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Simon, those are some great portraits - very natural colors. May I ask what film did you use?
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Simon, those are some great portraits - very natural colors. May I ask what film did you use?
portra 400. which is horribly expensive. kodak vr plus might have done the job as well.
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These are all great shots and just may have answered my question as for a good everyday lens for my Bess R2. I sold my Nokton 40mm/1.4 ( I thought I was going to sell both, then decided to keep Bessa) now I want a wide lens to accompany my newly acquired Jupiter 8.
What are the significant diffrences between the LTM and the M-mount? There are two on KEH right now and a couple here. I feel a GAS attack coming on.
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