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Old 09-10-2017   #161
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Old 09-11-2017   #162
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I'm interested that you have an m39 to EOS adapter. I understood that the m39/LTM lens mount was not compatible with EOS - is that incorrect? I often wished that I could use my Canon 50mm f/1.8 LTM (and other LTM lenses) on EOS mount.
To paraphrase a former president of ours (US), "That depends on what "not compatible'" means.

Simple (i.e. with no glass inserts) ltm/EOS adapters are mechanically possible and physically compatible w. with ltm lenses on one side and EOS cameras on the other. However, they place the lens too far away from the film to allow infinity focus. That is what is meant by incompatibility in this case. To address that issue, there are ltm/EOS adapters with a corrective lens, allowing infinity focus, but degrading the image. Whether the degradation is too much is up to you.

The acorns imaged because they were close-up -- so the adapter functioned essentially like an extension tube.

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Simple (i.e. with no glass inserts) ltm/EOS adapters are mechanically possible and physically compatible w. with ltm lenses on one side and EOS cameras on the other. However, they place the lens too far away from the film to allow infinity focus.
Ok - got it. Thanks for the information.

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The acorns imaged because they were close-up -- so the adapter functioned essentially like an extension tube.
I see what you're saying, but the last photo in the series seems to contradict that. Presumably, it's possible to focus in the 'middle distance', but not to infinity?
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Old 10-05-2017   #164
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I bought the lens two times. The first one had a etched middle element, the second one was only hazy, and I was luckily able to clean it to a reasonable degree.

Now, I like pretty much everything about the lens. Quite sure this will become my standard 50 in the future. Its the later black and silver version:

Nice Bokeh:
Scan-170927-0002 by Fred.Erik, on Flickr
Scan-170927-0010 by Fred.Erik, on Flickr

very sharp and contrasty stopped down:

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Bad boys by Baxter Harrill, on Flickr

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This was on a test roll I shot to make sure that the rangefinder calibration was correct and to just see what this lens can do. So far I love it!!

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Old 11-02-2017   #167
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I like the colors with the 50m 1.8 with my Olympus E-PL5 and B/W on the Canon P. Lucky to have my first one in really good condition.


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I've done it... bought a 50/1.8. I've screwed around long enough looking for a bargain and finding only junk. I've been eyeing a really nice one I can't afford, but I finally tallied up the pennies in my piggy bank and made an unfair offer. We haggled a little -- I had to dig a little deeper but we settled at a satisfactory price. I'm thrilled. More news after I can shoot some film.
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We haggled a little -- I had to dig a little deeper but we settled at a satisfactory price. I'm thrilled.
It's great lens, and if the price you paid was "satisfactory" then that's what counts.

Enjoy it... and post some results when they're to hand.
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Heh. I don't know if it's kosher to talk prices here, but the lens is silver & black, great condition, glass absolutely clean. And includes the proper clamp-on hood.
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The lens arrived. Did I say "great condition"? Good lord, its impeccable. I was mistaken about the hood -- it's a threaded Series IV hood with a 40mm step ring.

Quick comparison with my 1958 Jupiter 8: solid, weighty - a difference of brass vs aluminum. Focus and aperture are smooth and precise, no wiggle. The Jupiter glass has a slight yellow cast; the Canon is more neutral in color. Very crisp visual feel.

I slapped it on my old Olympus Pen E-PL3 m4/3, and I'm stunned.

Oh my, I do think I'm going to like this. �� I'll shoot some film tomorrow.

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Old 01-06-2018   #172
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Series VI hood 50/1.8 ... cap

Is there a lenscap that fits the Canon Series VI hood for the 50/1.8? The hood is 58mm outside diameter, but I believe "58mm" caps fit on a 58mm filter, which is ~60mm outside..

I'm making do with a cap from a "Republic Of Tea" canister. Its a snug fit, and is Approved by the Minister of Leaves, and that alone makes everything all right.
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I picked up one of these lenses from a junk bin in Tokyo for 2,000 Yen. It had a bit of haze in it but was super easy to clean out; it took a whole 30 minutes.

These are some test shots on cheap Kodak Pro Image 100 film ( The flashed shots use a Contax TLA 140 flash on manual mode )





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I picked up one of these lenses from a junk bin in Tokyo for 2,000 Yen. It had a bit of haze in it but was super easy to clean out; it took a whole 30 minutes.
That must be the bargain of the year - especially since it took only half-an-hour to de-haze.
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That must be the bargain of the year - especially since it took only half-an-hour to de-haze.
I think my Voigtlander 21mm M-Mount find for 4,000 Yen topped this. But that particular lens is more of a project. The glass is fine but the mount is messed up, so I've made another thread to document that process. Since I live in an apartment, I don't have proper tools for building things so I have to come up with alternative solutions.

Japan is full of amazing deals on used camera gear. People don't seem to hoard things over so the second hand shops are always full of interesting stuff.

Anywho, definitely enjoying this Canon 50mm lens now, I usually shoot wide lenses so it forces me to compose a bit differently.
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I think my Voigtlander 21mm M-Mount find for 4,000 Yen topped this.
That sounds like a bargain, too. As you say, you seem to be in the right place for them!
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Canon 50/1.8 RF, Olympus m4/3 E-PL3
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Canon 50/1.8 RF, Olympus m4/3 E-PL3

Scanner is down and I've not had any film processed, so here's some results from the new 50mm/1.8 on my little m4/3 digital Olympus Pen E-PL3. I'll admit the E-PL3 is no stellar performer, but its handy. Earlier experience with the E-PL3 mounting classic manual lenses (various Olympus Zuiko, Jupiter, and Elmar lenses) have been disappointing .. the camera just doesn't seem to pull color through .. undoubtedly a programming issue that doesn't code for the old glass. But THIS lens -- the Canon 50/1.8 RF lens -- pops. My goodness me. In casual viewing, the color response of the Canon lens is virtually indistinguishable from the digital. And on a bigger screen, the Canon simply walks away ...

So, if I can get this website to work, a couple images will follow.

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.. some results from the new 50mm/1.8 on my little m4/3 digital Olympus Pen E-PL3... So, if I can get this website to work, a couple images will follow.
Rainy window, Dec 2017 by David Hill, on Flickr

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Ok, How DO you post pics bigger than 500x500?
By URL?
https://www.flickr.com/photos/davhil...posted-public/

FAQ is no help. How's this done, eh? [helpme helpme help he cried]
Go to that Flickr photo page, hit the bent arrow button (Share Photo), choose BBCode, choose size to share and copy the link provided. It should look something like this (slightly edited so it doesn't work, so you can see what the code looks like).

[1url=https://flic.kr/p/23xoLF5]
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[1url=https://flic.kr/p/23xoLF5]
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Go to that Flickr photo page, hit the bent arrow button (Share Photo), choose BBCode, choose size to share and copy the link provided.
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Brilliant. Thank you.
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I'm making do with a cap from a "Republic Of Tea" canister. Its a snug fit, and is Approved by the Minister of Leaves, and that alone makes everything all right.
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Old 01-19-2018   #182
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what size end cap fits that hood? cool!
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what size end cap fits that hood? cool!
The hood is the Canon Series VI round hood labeled 50/1.8, 35/2.8, 35/3.5. The end is unthreaded, and the outside diameter is 58mm. I challenge you to find me a cap that fits that. Canon had a "58mm" cap (probably SLR era) which is 60mm inside, because it's sized to fit ø58 filter -- any filter is about [thread size +2mm] outside.

I have the "58mm" cap, which I plan to line with Dr.Scholls moleskin to make an interference fit.

As an aside, I can confirm today that Camdiox and Marumi 40mm filters ("for Fuji X10/X20/X30") have the correct fine pitch "40mm x 0.5" thread needed for our Canon RF lenses.
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Canon RF 50/1.8
Lens trials - with the Olympus Pen E-PL3 (m4/3). I'm liking this lens

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Camera Talk, Jan 2018


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What size cap fits that hood?
The hood is the Canon Series VI round hood labeled 50/1.8, 35/2.8, 35/3.5. The end is unthreaded, and the outside diameter is 58mm.
I found a Schneider-Kreuznach cap to fit - "B+W Schneider 58mm Slim Push On Lens Cap #305" (for use on 55mm filter). And it is indeed 58mm inside diameter, and fits perfectly. But "slim" is taken just a bit too far, and the bloody thing doesn't *stay* on. It seems snug enough, but polished plastic against brushed steel -- the thing just slowly floats off. Infuriating. I'm back to the Minister of Leaves...

But now I'm looking at other 55mm caps, that is caps to fit 55mm filters.
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One more review from my side - Canon S 50mm F1.8 LTM Serenar
No surprises, very nice lens as it expected, and all of members already know it So, this review is just one more evidence
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One more review from my side - Canon S 50mm F1.8 LTM Serenar
No surprises, very nice lens as it expected, and all of members already know it So, this review is just one more evidence
Nice analysis, thank you.
I’ll note you end by declaring your conclusion about the “Minolta N-MD 50mm 1:1.4F”, which I presume is an edit error.
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I’ll note you end by declaring your conclusion about the “Minolta N-MD 50mm 1:1.4F”, which I presume is an edit error.
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Hello, one another shootout:
simple comparison of resolution of Canon S 50/1.4, Canon/Serenar 50/1.8, Canon/Serenar 50/1.5, Minolta/Chiyoko 50/2, Minolta Chiyoda Kogaku 50/1.8
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Canon LTM 50/1.8 chrome (mid-1950s) on Fuji X-T20; will shoot some film on my CL with it in coming weeks. I am extremely pleased with it - bought BGN status from KEH but is quite beautiful and smooth.

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More 50/1.8 LTM on Fuji X-T20:
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Leica IIIC and Canon Serenar 1.8

Here are a few shots with the 5cm Serenar 1.8
I used Lomo 100 and stand Dev witha C-41 Kit. I have the lens on my M2 at the moment and find it to to be on par with the Leica Summitar.


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Dee Why lagoon wetlands, Sydney 2018.
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late afternoon sun at Manly beach, Sydney, end of summer 2018.
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Here are a few shots with the 5cm Serenar 1.8 ... on par with the Leica Summitar.
These are excellent.. Such delicate colors.

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... and stand Dev with a C-41 Kit.
Whoa. I'm terribly fond of Stand development for B/W (w Rodinal) but had no idea the technique is useful with C-41. Do you have a ready reference for how to do this, or shall I just start hunting through google?

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Whoa. I'm terribly fond of Stand development for B/W (w Rodinal) but had no idea the technique is useful with C-41. Do you have a ready reference for how to do this, or shall I just start hunting through google?

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Perhaps Derek meant stand as a shorthand for standard? Otherwise, I may have to do some Google research, too!
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Someone else here mentioned stand development for C41 (IIRC it was an hour at 20C) but I'll be something ruded if I can find it.

The results were good too.
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