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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    I usually can't help myself from removing spider webs and detritus, though.
    But that is exactly what makes it so lively!
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    Quote Originally Posted by petermcwerner View Post
    But that is exactly what makes it so lively!
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    Yeah, sometimes it works OK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Nice composition in that first one. I usually can't help myself from removing spider webs and detritus, though.
    Thanks for the comment, John. Yeah, I don't bother cleaning up spider webs. They are just part of life...they're everywhere!
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    Nice shot of the interior of that Dodge. I can only imagine the condition it's at!
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    Here's another one taken with the Osawa 135mm lens. I'd never heard of this lens before (and could not find munch info. about it on the net either). Bought it on eBay for $11. It's not a great lens but believe it or not, it performs better than the Takumar 135mm I also bought on eBay, which will go right back up for sale!).

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    g1 with canon FD 200mm 2.8
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    g1 with canon FD 200mm 2.8
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    hodad ... when did you get the 200 2.8??

    wonder if you would mind doing something like that squirrel shot (altough a less challenging subject) at 2.8 and 4 so I can scratch my head about the worth of the extra (less dof) stop

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    It's frosty here this morning.

    Minolta 55/1.7 + extension tubes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hodad66 View Post
    g1 with canon FD 200mm 2.8
    Great results! At 735g, I would have thought this lens would be real handful on the front of the G1, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Evers View Post
    It's frosty here this morning.
    Minolta 55/1.7 + extension tubes.
    Yeah, winter has announced its arrival in southern Ontario. Nice shot, Ron!
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    Beautiful results.
    With all the good stuff posted, I decided to keep the G1.
    Thanks for helping in the decision to all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Great results! At 735g, I would have thought this lens would be real handful on the front of the G1, though.
    I dunno ... I find the balance nice on my FD 300 f4. I balance the lens in my hand and the camera just sits lightly at the back ;-)

    Just for perspective



    Back in spring ... hand held


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    Yea.... what pellicle said.....

    I carry and shoot with the lens in my hand. I purchased a
    200mm f4 macro specifically because it had a tripod socket
    but if the 2.8 keeps proving to be hand - holdable I may
    just sell the 200/4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pellicle View Post
    I dunno ... I find the balance nice on my FD 300 f4. I balance the lens in my hand and the camera just sits lightly at the back ;-)
    Yes, I'm sure it suits some shooters just fine, and I get the fact that one balances the lens in-hand with the camera attached. Nonetheless, I'd welcome (and use) the tripod mount on that 300. I'm not sure if the 200 2.8 came with one (?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    I'm not sure if the 200 2.8 came with one (?)
    No, it has no socket or space for a tripod ring... at 200mm it
    probably wasn't needed but at 400mm it takes concentration
    depending upon the ambient light levels.

    I picked up the Monfratto lens support specifically for the 200/2.8
    if needed.... so far I haven't used it.



    another example, hand held, early am, which shows the DOF



    and YES it is cropped.....
    Last edited by hodad66; 11th December 2009 at 13:26.
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    My G1 with the FD 85-300 plus 2x tele balances just fine, but it is awfully heavy (sorry for the terrible picture - iPhone at night).

    Attachment 25669

    The tele is interesting - a 2x Vivitar close focus. It allows for some degree of focusing with the tele, giving a closer min focusing distance than without it.

    -Scott

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    BTW... this ice shot is fantastic!!!



    This Florida boy hasn't exactly had a chance to see such a thing
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    Thanks John & Hodad. Here is a bigger view of the window.


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    Quote Originally Posted by meilicke View Post
    My G1 with the FD 85-300 plus 2x tele balances just fine,
    Ye gods, 340-1200mm equivalency! Now you've got me thinking. Hey, there's a used Zoom-Nikkor ED 360-1200mm for sale on eBay just now...

    Oh, wait. It's f/11 and weighs 7.1 kilograms (15.65 lbs). And it's $11,000 US.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    Ye gods, 340-1200mm equivalency! Now you've got me thinking. Hey, there's a used Zoom-Nikkor ED 360-1200mm for sale on eBay just now...

    Oh, wait. It's f/11 and weighs 7.1 kilograms (15.65 lbs). And it's $11,000 US.
    It is quite fun There are the aperture limitations, as well as needing to stop down for best results. KEH has the 300 f4 for a very reasonable price, and the 400 4.5 for not much more, <$400. Hrm, 1600mm effective...

    I do wish I had a 1.4x, as I suspect the 2x converter is taking away more than I would like.

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    g1Canon 200mm 2.8
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    Beauty shots Hodad.
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    hodad

    you getting pretty good at that :-)

    and you're tempting me into getting that 200 f2.8 myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by pellicle View Post
    hodad

    you getting pretty good at that :-)

    and you're tempting me into getting that 200 f2.8 myself
    I got the one with internal focus from KEH.... others were
    on Ebay but they were the older ones that extended with
    the focus. I have to admit that I miss zoom but you don't
    get zoom with low light performance.
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    g1Canon 200mm 2.8
    Very nice!

    I see you have the 200 macro. How do you like it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by meilicke View Post
    Very nice!

    I see you have the 200 macro. How do you like it?

    Scott
    Not sure yet...... haven't had a chance to really try it.

    Stay tuned.....
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    Some from Normandy this weekend.
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    A rock






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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    G1+Canon FD 85/1.2
    One of those "legendary" lenses (FD 85mm f/1.2). The posted examples seem to be from a time of day with fairly flat lighting. How are you finding the operation/image quality on the G1 overall?
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    A rock
    Quite the closeup, Ron! What lens were you using?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBurnett View Post
    One of those "legendary" lenses (FD 85mm f/1.2). The posted examples seem to be from a time of day with fairly flat lighting. How are you finding the operation/image quality on the G1 overall?
    It is not a lens with the immediate results. You feel it has a lot of potential but I am not so happy this far. Also it is quiet a hump on the G1 but not a real problem if the results are great.
    I only used it for an hour at the end of the day and I had to get used to it, especially with the preset diafragma ring on the adapter. Did forget about that a few times. Also I think it needs closer subjects to really shine.
    I didn't get to that point yet. So not much of a test yet.
    I thought I use it in low light first to see what it does.
    You feel and see it catches a huge amount of light and it needed stop down corrections in many cases.
    I will post some more when I have, hopefully better results. I am quiet happy with the FD 35/2, really nice (small) lens that is.

    Kind regards,
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    G1 + Canon FD L 85/1.2


    G1 + Canon FD L 85/1.2


    G1 + Canon FD 35/2


    G1 + Canon FD 35/2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    It is not a lens with the immediate results. You feel it has a lot of potential but I am not so happy this far. Also it is quiet a hump on the G1 but not a real problem if the results are great.
    I only used it for an hour at the end of the day and I had to get used to it, especially with the preset diafragma ring on the adapter. Did forget about that a few times. Also I think it needs closer subjects to really shine.
    I didn't get to that point yet. So not much of a test yet.
    I thought I use it in low light first to see what it does.
    You feel and see it catches a huge amount of light and it needed stop down corrections in many cases.
    I will post some more when I have, hopefully better results. I am quiet happy with the FD 35/2, really nice (small) lens that is.

    Kind regards,
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    Beautiful compositions, Michiel

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    Quite the closeup, Ron! What lens were you using?
    That was with a Minolta 55mm/1.7 & extension tubes #1&2 of 3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Some from Normandy this weekend.
    Michiel


    G1+Canon FD 85/1.2
    I really like this composition, Michiel. I look forward to more of your thoughts about the 85/1.2, as that is a lens on my list. So is the 35/2.

    Scott

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    G1, Canon 200mm 2.8
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    Quote Originally Posted by hodad66 View Post


    G1, Canon 200mm 2.8
    Beautiful!

    Thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by hodad66 View Post
    G1, Canon 200mm 2.8
    Aside from the great photography, the content of your pictures keep reminding me why so many Canadian "snowbirds" winter in Florida.
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    Isn't that the truth!! I'm like the lil baby in the TV
    ad a few years ago.... in the hospital nursery the
    newborn asks the nurse where he is... she answers
    FLORIDA.... both hands go up and the infant yells
    "Yesssss"

    I can't even imagine having to live a normal life in
    snow and ice. Beautiful to see but a horror (at times)
    to deal with.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by hodad66 View Post
    Isn't that the truth!! I'm like the lil baby in the TV
    ad a few years ago.... in the hospital nursery the
    newborn asks the nurse where he is... she answers
    FLORIDA.... both hands go up and the infant yells
    "Yesssss"

    I can't even imagine having to live a normal life in
    snow and ice. Beautiful to see but a horror (at times)
    to deal with.....
    Look at all the fun you missed out on.

    Grandsons this time last year in our back yard.

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    Inspired by Ron Evers (thanks)... With a Tokina ATX 90mm f2.8 and Tokina Extender


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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryMK View Post
    Inspired by Ron Evers (thanks)... With a Tokina ATX 90mm f2.8 and Tokina Extender

    Hi Jerry, your image is not showing up.
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    Thanks Tulio... corrected the hyperlink

    Inspired by Ron Evers Ice Crystals (thanks)... With a Tokina ATX 90mm f2.8 and Tokina Extender

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    Beauty Jerry! Is that a sunset in the background or Christmas light?
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    I really like this composition, Michiel. I look forward to more of your thoughts about the 85/1.2, as that is a lens on my list. So is the 35/2.

    Scott
    Thanks Scott.
    Still not sure about the FD 85L/1.2 No final conclusions yet.
    Here are 3 more I took today.
    The first 2 wide open. The last one is not well focused but I like the composition.
    Kind regards, Michiel






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    @Ron: Hi Ron, I wish it was a sunset than it would have been perfect also in my memories. It is a light reflecting christmasball actually.
    @Michiel: The thirth one is really great.

    This is another one same series


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    g1, Canon FD 85mm f1.8
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    g1, Canon FD 135mm f2.5
    http://hodad66.com Sony A7r,A7II, Sony 70-300G, Rokinon 14/2.8, Leitz Wetzler 35/3.5, Leica R Summicron 50/2 & Elmarit 90mm/2.8, Contax N 24-85 & 70--200mm AND Canon FD 20/2.8, 135/2, 500mm 4.5, Minolta 35/1.8, 45mm/2, Nikon 28-50/3.5, 105/1.8, 180/2.8

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    G1 + Chinon 35-70mm macro
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    Panny G1 - Contax Zeiss Planar T* 50mm f1.7
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