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    Fun with Adapted Lenses (Image Thread)

    Share some photos taken with your adapted lenses!

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    Shot Using Rodenstok 105/5.6 wide open

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    Impressive sharpness!


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    That is amazingly sharp!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amin Sabet View Post
    Impressive sharpness!
    Thanks !

    Other samples using Contax 90/2.8 wide open





    Lens clarity helps a lot on the high quality pixel !

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    Nice portraits! I like the character of the Contax lens rendering too.
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    Those Contax G lenses have such lovely rendering. I just never could put the investment into them because I wasn't sure I would like the adapted manual focus capabilities that are required to make them work. But, I liked them so much that I bought two Contax lenses in the C/Y mount. They are very nice lenses in their own right, but very large on our cameras. I remember when I fist started looking at Contax G lenses; their prices were half what they go for now. Perhaps I should have pulled the trigger.
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    I love B&W

    Shot with a CV Nokton 50mm 1.1 wide open
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    Deltic 55022 "Devonian"

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    Contax G Carl Zeiss 90mm f/2.8 Sonnar T

    It is sharp wide open:



    It will be a nice lens for the higher MP nex cameras.
    Last edited by serhan; August 27th, 2011 at 07:00 PM.

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