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Old 09-10-2019   #361
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Can someone explain the Pentax 67 bayonet/screw filter situation? I have a 105mm/2.4 which has a bayonet mount lens cap. Does that mean I can only use bayonet mount filters? Or would a screw thread filter in 67mm also work?

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Can someone explain the Pentax 67 bayonet/screw filter situation? I have a 105mm/2.4 which has a bayonet mount lens cap. Does that mean I can only use bayonet mount filters? Or would a screw thread filter in 67mm also work?

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You may want to check with Photon42 over on the Pentax 67 Gas! thread. He used a screw-in close focus filter on his 105/2.4.
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Can someone explain the Pentax 67 bayonet/screw filter situation? I have a 105mm/2.4 which has a bayonet mount lens cap. Does that mean I can only use bayonet mount filters? Or would a screw thread filter in 67mm also work?

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Barry, Old thread, I know.

I offer a sailor's (who likes pics) view. "If it looks good; it is good. If it looks bad; it is bad!"
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Barry, Old thread, I know.

I offer a sailor's (who likes pics) view. "If it looks good; it is good. If it looks bad; it is bad!"
Did you mean to post this in a different thread? Who痴 Barry?
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Mea culpa, did not realize thread was so long should have included quote...forget the "Barry."
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# 383 is brilliant metaphor...open doors...ears...age though not monotone.

Recall Mom saying, "...looks like a standing cab, with the doors open."

And Carter's (364) keeps drawing my attention...lovely picuture! Hope survives.
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SLR, RF blurred view of tools? To me, Camera's are either fixed ("box") or rangefinder (RF) but I understand the situations. Just notions.
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Nice going ^^. Here is a recent of mine:

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Nice going ^^. Here is a recent of mine:

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Thank you, John. Which version of the 55mm do you have? I have an earlier f/3.5 version, the one with the comically large 100mm front element.
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Mine is the f4.0, I like it, it does require (as you know) careful focusing. The one above that you just posted shows off the 105mm: at it's best with two nice looking kids. Someday we have to get together and complain about the problems of the Pentas 67 6x7 bodies.
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Mine is the f4.0, I like it, it does require (as you know) careful focusing. The one above that you just posted shows off the 105mm: at it's best with two nice looking kids. Someday we have to get together and complain about the problems of the Pentas 67 6x7 bodies.
Thanks, John! I think with the weight of the rig and the sometimes very shallow depth of field, careful focusing is required with most 6x7 lenses. I shoot much more deliberately and judiciously with my 6x7, especially when you only have 10 shots per roll!

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While maybe not a true Takumar, the Pentax-M 50/1.4 is a good lens.
It痴 a great lens, but Takumar it ain稚...

For Pentax more broadly there痴 the Pentaxians thread. Let痴 keep this one on topic

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Quick question for my fellow members of the Takumar fan club. I have a seven-element 50mm f/1.4 with the built-in warming filter (aged, amber-colored radioactive lens elements). I use either Sunny 16 or a light meter app on my phone and was wondering if I am losing enough light due to the color of aged lens elements that I need to compensate in my exposures.

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I don't know the answer to that question, but I have two of these lenses and I have never found a need to apply a correction. Both of them have responded to the UV light treatment.

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I don't know the answer to that question, but I have two of these lenses and I have never found a need to apply a correction. Both of them have responded to the UV light treatment.
I'm sure many of you have seen this, but there is one site (probably long gone) that suggested "repairing" the affected Takumar lenses with a sledge hammer.
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I have one of the affected lenses, as well. I have put it under different lamps, left it in the window, left it outside in sunlight, and it's still yellow! (Possibly less than it was, but it's hard to tell.)


To respond to AAlfano's question about exposure compensation, I'm sure it would be needed. A simple 81B warming filter requires 1/3 stop compensation and there is definitely more light loss than this in my 50mm 1.4.


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