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    A walk with a 1.4/25mm Tevidon

    Here a few shots taken just before Xmas using a freshly converted Carl Zeiss Jena Tevidon 1.4/25mm fully open at f1.4













    bokeh @f1.4




    Cute little lens actually, although it has a bit corner vignetting.

    I have the 35, 50, 70, 100mm Tevidons also, these show no vignetting at all.

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    Re: A walk with a 1.4/25mm Tevidon

    Lovely colour, and the vignetting adds to the charm of the images. I, too, have the Tevidon 25mm and I agree, it's a little gem. Did you shoot your pictures RAW or are they jpegs? And which camera did you use. I have my Tevidon on the GF1 and it makes for a very neat combination. By the way, if anyone else is interested in acquiring one of these lenses together with the adapter they are available on eBay from an Italian seller. That's how I got mine.

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    Re: A walk with a 1.4/25mm Tevidon

    Thanks, these were shot with my GH1 directly in jpeg.

    I have a few of these Tevidons since many years and had a mechanic professionally make ("Made in Germany") me fitting c-mount adaptors which allow for infinty shooting. I have a few more than I need ...

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    I'd love to try this lens out but they fetch too much now days.

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    Re: A walk with a 1.4/25mm Tevidon

    Yes, the prices these Tevidons are fetching now are too high, I think. An interesting lens for sure, but it's impossible justifying spending nearly as much on it as a lumix 20mm/f1.7.

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    Re: A walk with a 1.4/25mm Tevidon

    Quote Originally Posted by kds315 View Post
    Thanks, these were shot with my GH1 directly in jpeg.

    I have a few of these Tevidons since many years and had a mechanic professionally make ("Made in Germany") me fitting c-mount adaptors which allow for infinty shooting. I have a few more than I need ...
    Hi, Nice pics, nice colors!

    I'm new using manual lenses in micro 4/3. I have a Carl Zeiss Tevidon 1.4/25mm and i bought a c-mount adapter for my GF1 but i don't know how it works. This adapter it's wrong, i have to make something in my lens?

    Thanks so much

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