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2 random selections from my Canon LTM 35/2.8 on my A7r. (Un-edited)
http://www.canon.com/camera-museum/camera/lens/s/data/19-35/s_sere_35_28v1.html








Jan 06, 2014 at 08:22 AM
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While I don't have a 75 lux, I do have a Canon LTM 85/1.5, and shot it on my A7r:

DSC00324-4 by unoh7, on Flickr


Canon LTM 85/1.5 @1.5 by unoh7, on Flickr




Jan 06, 2014 at 11:57 AM
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p.30 #3 · p.30 #3 · Sony A7r + Rangefinder Lenses: Images


WOW!

Very nice O_O

LightShow wrote:
I can 2nd the vote for the 90 APO Asph, great lens on the A7r
http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5476/10164331623_6c67c61080_b.jpg




Jan 06, 2014 at 10:11 PM
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Alpha_Geist wrote:
WOW!

Very nice O_O


Thanks, I try.
If the $$$$ is too much, the CV90 APO is an alternative.



Jan 07, 2014 at 07:51 AM
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CV 35/1.4 MC @1.4 on a7


DSC06307 by unoh7, on Flickr
Caption: So, you bought an M9.....



Jan 10, 2014 at 07:35 AM
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CV 35/1.2 + A7 + Hawks v3


DSC06577 by unoh7, on Flickr


DSC06572 by unoh7, on Flickr


DSC06555-2 by unoh7, on Flickr



Jan 11, 2014 at 07:07 PM
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An oldy.








Jan 13, 2014 at 10:32 PM
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I inherited a Canon 7 with a 50mm f/0.95 from my father who passed away almost 15 years ago. I've always wanted a full frame camera to use that crazy 50mm on, but the Leica M's are just too damn expensive. So when the A7 came along I picked up one not soon after it was released. I have shared some images from/with this lens in this thread before.

But in the same old camera bag, my father also had another lens. A lens I'm pretty sure he had never used, considering the shape it was in, also compared to the 50mm.

It was a 135 mm f/3.5, a pretty small lens, not especially fast, but from the few test shots I have done with it it's very good. Pretty sharp wide open, almost no CA and the focusing is smooth. I'll share some images in this thread when I'm done editing, for now here is a shot of the lens on my A7:




Feb 10, 2014 at 09:34 PM
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uhoh7, lightshow, and others... what are your favourite Canon LTM lenses?


Apr 14, 2014 at 01:40 PM
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Canon 35mm f2 ltm works well on the a7 good copies are around $400 usd. I took a couple of pics with my 35 on an a7.

Bhphoto has a pretty good deal on a 50mm 1.2 ltm.
I've used canon ltm on an m8 only the 35mm f2 on the a7 tho



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People go bananas for that lens copies are going around 2k or so on eBay. I preferred the 50mm 1.4 over the 0.95 and 1.2 when I used them.

That 135 reminds me of my zeiss Jena 135mm 3.5. Excellent iq and small. I ended up breaking mine in accident. I'm looking into buying a new one tho even though it's 3 times what I paid previously

agentbird wrote:

I inherited a Canon 7 with a 50mm f/0.95 from my father who passed away almost 15 years ago. I've always wanted a full frame camera to use that crazy 50mm on, but the Leica M's are just too damn expensive. So when the A7 came along I picked up one not soon after it was released. I have shared some images from/with this lens in this thread before.

But in the same old camera bag, my father also had another lens. A lens I'm pretty sure he had never used, considering the shape it was in, also compared to
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Apr 14, 2014 at 04:52 PM
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Thanks for the replies

Is there a thread related to the Nokton 50/1.1? Most people seem to complain about its bokeh... does anyone like this lens?



Apr 15, 2014 at 02:43 PM
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Dpedraza wrote:
Canon 35mm f2 ltm works well on the a7 good copies are around $400 usd. I took a couple of pics with my 35 on an a7.


I love everything about the LTM 35/2 except the colors- flat with low contrast- but it did make some stunning B&W conversions.

FWIW, the FDn 35/2 isn't much larger and is an objectively better performer all-around. Sharper, better SA correction, focuses closer, and better OOC color and contrast. It's not as dreamy wide open as the LTM, though, so if that's the look you're after, the LTM is the better choice.



Apr 15, 2014 at 05:10 PM
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freaklikeme wrote:
I love everything about the LTM 35/2 except the colors- flat with low contrast- but it did make some stunning B&W conversions.

FWIW, the FDn 35/2 isn't much larger and is an objectively better performer all-around. Sharper, better SA correction, focuses closer, and better OOC color and contrast. It's not as dreamy wide open as the LTM, though, so if that's the look you're after, the LTM is the better choice.


yeah, but the adapter for the nFD 35/2 is bigger than the ltm version.




Apr 15, 2014 at 05:15 PM
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sebboh wrote:
yeah, but the adapter for the nFD 35/2 is bigger than the ltm version.



Oh, yeah. I didn't mean to make it sound like it's tiny bit larger overall. Adapted, the FD is about as long as the FE 55/1.8. Nor would I try to talk anyone out of an RF lens and into an SLR, but I do think, with that specific lens, while there are certainly reasons to choose it, you can do better for less (FD) or about the same (Rokkor-M 40/2) if you make compromises in size or focal length.



Apr 15, 2014 at 07:41 PM
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freaklikeme wrote:
Oh, yeah. I didn't mean to make it sound like it's tiny bit larger overall. Adapted, the FD is about as long as the FE 55/1.8. Nor would I try to talk anyone out of an RF lens and into an SLR, but I do think, with that specific lens, while there are certainly reasons to choose it, you can do better for less (FD) or about the same (Rokkor-M 40/2) if you make compromises in size or focal length.


yeah, i just thought your post might be confusing if people don't know the mount differences.

i'd totally choose the m-rokkor too over the canon ltm unless 40mm is just too much longer than 35mm for you.




Apr 15, 2014 at 08:45 PM
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The 40mm 1.4 nockton is also a great alternative. Small. Very sharp in the center at 2.0 with good bokeh. Dreamy but sharp enough at 1.4 with very interesting color transitions.


Apr 15, 2014 at 09:35 PM
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My LTM is def bgn looking I'm not sure if the she's ideal for shooting either. I got it for $175 on ebay a few years back. I did convert them to B&W from the A7 I have a card sitting at home with a7 images I haven't even looked at. I travel for work and I shoot some pics and just left everything sitting at home.

Those canon FD lenses are def great bargains for anyone looking for excellent mf performers. I only mentioned the 35mm ltm because that's what I had lying around. I have been looking at the canon fd and oly oms. The Olys are a little more than the FDs though.



Apr 15, 2014 at 10:13 PM
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Donsantos wrote:
The 40mm 1.4 nockton is also a great alternative. Small. Very sharp in the center at 2.0 with good bokeh. Dreamy but sharp enough at 1.4 with very interesting color transitions.


Its pretty darn nervous/jittery bokeh in my book, which of course some people like. For me, and stuff I like to have in the frame, such as trees/foliage, it was just a bit distracting. Same goes, though slightly less, for its 35mm cousin as well

I love the size/price and overall feel/build of those VC lens though, just can't quite get on board with the optics.

They have a unique look, which some people really have done impressive stuff with, but in my own shooting either on M's or Sony's, it doesn't work for me try as I might to convince myself the size should make it all worth it



Apr 15, 2014 at 11:32 PM
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millsart wrote:
Its pretty darn nervous/jittery bokeh in my book, which of course some people like. For me, and stuff I like to have in the frame, such as trees/foliage, it was just a bit distracting. Same goes, though slightly less, for its 35mm cousin as well

I love the size/price and overall feel/build of those VC lens though, just can't quite get on board with the optics.

They have a unique look, which some people really have done impressive stuff with, but in my own shooting either on M's or Sony's, it doesn't work for me try as I might to convince myself
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It's very nervous/jittery wide open. You have to really be careful with foliage. Stopped down to f2 I would say the bokeh is actually pretty decent and even good.



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