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Pictures with the Jupiter 11
Old 01-08-2012   #1
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Pictures with the Jupiter 11

Hi,

here I begin a gallery of pictures taken with the Jupiter 11 (135 mm f/4):

FED-2 with J-11 and Ilford FP4 at 100 (long expired):



FED2_1_SW_01_021_135 von thomas.78 auf Flickr

Zorki I with J-11 and Tri-X at 200:


Zorki I_J11_Tri-X_200_03_009 von thomas.78 auf Flickr

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Zorki I_J11_Tri-X_200_03_009b von thomas.78 auf Flickr
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Bloody love the Jupiter 11. So under-rated. Just bought one in Kiev mount. Hope it's as good as the LTM one I've got:


Standing on the shoulders of giants. by Coldkennels, on Flickr
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Zorki 3M, jupiter 11,





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I have never tried one, but looks like a decent lens. What do you use for framing? A turret finder or some dedicated 135mm one?
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A turret finder or some dedicated 135mm one?
Thank you, I rarely use the viewfinder.
Imaginary framework), approximately. So these three shots are taken.
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I regret not getting one now, those images are really sharp.
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Canon 7, Tri-X 400TX (@400) and Jupiter-11:

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