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LightShow
Registered: Aug 03, 2009
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philber wrote:
Very nice, Christian!

Shots like this make me want to sell my 7 for a 6.



sculptormic
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What wonderfull library is that partitura?

Some more with the Russian Rubinar on the Speedbooster.

























Phillip Reeve
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sculptormic wrote:
What wonderfull library is that partitura?

Some more with the Russian Rubinar on the Speedbooster.

Thats some nice pictures for a Mirror lens, i really struggle with my Minolta 500/8.











xtianyves
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LightShow wrote:
philber wrote:
Very nice, Christian!

Shots like this make me want to sell my 7 for a 6.


Only if you want to shoot the Voigtlander 15mm specifically! The NEX-7 is still a very good camera! I would have kept mine if I didn't like shooting my 15mm as much as I do.



xtianyves
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Michiel I quite like the bokeh from that Rubinar. How do you like your speedbooster? Still considering one but am waiting to see how the Zeiss Touit lenses are first.

Phillip love those shots -- esp. the ones in low-light. The last one is my favorite!



jovial
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Tricky & Nneka baby ! With nex-7 + summicron-c 40



xtianyves
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Nice B&W jovial. Makes me miss my Summicron-C 40 =(.



sculptormic
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xtianyves wrote:
Michiel I quite like the bokeh from that Rubinar. How do you like your speedbooster? Still considering one but am waiting to see how the Zeiss Touit lenses are first.


I am very happy with the Speedbooster and use it almost as my regular adapter, at least for all my C/Y mount lenses and also M42 mount lenses, although the M42 to C/Y adapter can be trricky at times, because the very little difference in registar distances.



Phillip Reeve
Registered: Sep 17, 2011
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sculptormic wrote:
xtianyves wrote:
Michiel I quite like the bokeh from that Rubinar. How do you like your speedbooster? Still considering one but am waiting to see how the Zeiss Touit lenses are first.


I am very happy with the Speedbooster and use it almost as my regular adapter, at least for all my C/Y mount lenses and also M42 mount lenses, although the M42 to C/Y adapter can be trricky at times, because the very little difference in registar distances.

Do longer lenses vignette more than normal?
How would you judge corner performance?
I am really looking forward for the Minolta Version.









ebookman
Registered: Jul 15, 2012
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Phillip -- Love these shots and love that lens. I just put these first two shots up on a very large wall mounted flat screen HDTV to enjoy them as wall art. Very nice.



sculptormic
Registered: Feb 05, 2012
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Phillip Reeve wrote:
sculptormic wrote:
xtianyves wrote:
Michiel I quite like the bokeh from that Rubinar. How do you like your speedbooster? Still considering one but am waiting to see how the Zeiss Touit lenses are first.


I am very happy with the Speedbooster and use it almost as my regular adapter, at least for all my C/Y mount lenses and also M42 mount lenses, although the M42 to C/Y adapter can be trricky at times, because the very little difference in registar distances.

Do longer lenses vignette more than normal?
How would you judge corner performance?
I am really looking forward for the Minolta Version.


My Zeiss Vario- Sonnar vignets at the long end but not much. The Rubinar does not at all but that will be due to the mirror construction.
In the Speedbooster thread I did some corner 100% crops of the 18/4 Distagon. Not bad at all. It surely doesn't make a lens with bad corners better though.
I think it is fair to say that there is a slight loss of sharpness in the corners, but in no way comparable from what I have seen from the other brands.
I hope they can manage to make one for the MD mount, but I think we will see an Olympus mount sooner. Easier, I think, because there are less things sticking out into the adapter.

BTW What kind of exhibition did you visit? Interesting!



sculptormic
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I couldn't help myself but I went out to do some more abstract Rubinar shots today

























Jim Schemel
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Michiel - that is some funky bokeh.
Here is one of a female wood duck and her brood.
NEX 7 / Takumar 400 @ f8
-Jim







sculptormic
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What a wonderfull family, Jim!

A watercolour flower.







Jim Schemel
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Michiel - In the states we call that flower a Columbine.The Humming birds love them
-Jim



Taylor Sherman
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DSC09372_ff.jpg by Taylor Sherman, on Flickr


CV15


ebookman
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Nex 5n with Minolta Zoom MD 35-70 f/3.5 at f/5.6

1st shot is a 1956 Chevy. I just had a minute to get the shot before somebody parked in the empty space right in front of me.

2nd shot was taken through a century old window in an office building stairwell.



Jim Schemel
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Dale,
Nice grab of the Chevy
Jim



Taylor Sherman
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Agreed, and I love those old-glass shots!



Taylor Sherman
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A couple more from today

R35/2


DSC09446.jpg by Taylor Sherman, on Flickr



CV15

Untitled by Taylor Sherman, on Flickr



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