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Old 09-25-2011   #81
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Can't wait to use my canon 50mm 1.4 though. i'm beginning to realize i like the classic look vintage lenses give me
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Old 09-25-2011   #82
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I once bought a CV 50/3.5, supposed to be "one of the sharpest 50mm's ever", and returned it after a week and two rolls of Kodak Ektar 100 side by side compared with the Canon 50/1.4.

I found that the peak resolution of the collapsible Cron (screwmount) is a little bit higher yet as the Canon, but overall contrast, shadow details and backlight behavior of the Canon are much better!

It's my sharpest 50mm screwmount lens by far. I doubt that anyone who have it will feel in need of a CV Nokton 50/1.5.

IMHO only one thing can be said against the Canon 50/1.4, that the rendering is more on the "cold" side and it's "too sharp" or "too modern" in outcome. So that's why a 50/1.5 is a great addition to it.
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Old 09-28-2011   #83
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Wow, this looks like a rather nice lens. What are they running for these days?
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Old 09-28-2011   #84
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Algonquin Provincial Park

Taken yesterday at the Algonquin Provincial Park.

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Had the Canon 50mm/1.4 on the M4-P for a while lately..



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Canon RF 50mm f/1.4

Although I more often carry the f/2.0 Summicron... I have had the Canon f/1.4 for 2,000 years... and regularly look for excuses to take it out.

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The most versatile lens.

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Canon_7_Superia1600_01_02b von thomas.78 auf Flickr


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Okay, I'll play. Everything taken with a Bessa R3A. Negatives scanned on Epson V500.


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Old 12-18-2011   #98
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Available light with Bessa R3A at f/1.4 or f/2 (and Neopan 1600):



Bessa R3A_Canon 50_1,4_Neopan1600_01_012 von thomas.78 auf Flickr



Bessa R3A_Canon 50_1,4_Neopan1600_01_018 von thomas.78 auf Flickr


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Old 12-18-2011   #99
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50 years on and the lens still holds its own. Amazing. Looking forward to trying one I just snagged.

Roland, Masterful Yosemite shot.
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Old 12-19-2011   #100
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Bessa R3A again.

Neopan 1600


Bessa R3A_Canon 50_1,4_Neopan1600_01_034 von thomas.78 auf Flickr

Neopan 1600 at 3200


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I should have kept the lens.
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Very nice family scene Raid. Sharpness, colors and bokeh are just great here.
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Shot during the New Years celebrations. My first attempt at push processing. Kodak Tri-X 400 @ 1600 in HC-110.


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Shot during the New Years celebrations. My first attempt at push processing. Kodak Tri-X 400 @ 1600 in HC-110.
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Thanks! Yes, got that one and a 35mm f/2.8 from another member here. Both ultra clean, with front and rear caps and their corresponding Canon lens hoods.

My Canon 7s and the two lenses saw action for the first time at my family's New Year celebrations.
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Old 02-06-2012   #111
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Canon LTM lenses are truly one of a kind. I want them all! :P
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Mine is on it's way over from Sweden and I'm very much looking forward to it's arrival. I've had the 1.2 & 1.8 in the past, loved the 1.8 but (stupidly) gave it away whilst I never really liked the look of the 1.2.

Looking at the pics posted and from what I've heard over the years I'm getting itchy feet waiting.

+1 for Roland's Yosemite shot.
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Mine is on it's way over from Sweden and I'm very much looking forward to it's arrival. I've had the 1.2 & 1.8 in the past, loved the 1.8 but (stupidly) gave it away whilst I never really liked the look of the 1.2.

Looking at the pics posted and from what I've heard over the years I'm getting itchy feet waiting.

+1 for Roland's Yosemite shot.
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Thanks Hans....and thanks again for sending it out so quickly!
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My new (to me, obviously) Canon 50mm 1.4 arrived this morning just as I was leaving. So here are two of the first shots i've taken with it earlier today.

Hans, its a lovely lens...thank you!

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The pics are nothing special as I was really just playing around, checking each aperture etc etc but I'm very impressed with the look of it. A keeper methinks!
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... by Kay "new account" K, on Flickr

sold mine tho .. I couldn't stand that my cheap Jupiter-8 is much sharper (even at f/4) also 50mm is a bit too narrow for me
bokeh is indeed creamy.
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Just developed my first roll with my new M4-P and Canon 50mm f1.4 LTM combo, I must say, this may be the only 50 I need.


Bear with me. by lamlux.net, on Flickr

Mine seems plenty sharp to me at least..

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