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  1. dierk

    FS: Schneider Super Angulon XL 5,6/38 mm + Centerfilter-mint!

    Hi Laurent, I plan to sell my 38mm Lens too, are you still interested? regards Dierk
  2. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    Cambo Actus G with Hasselblad Distagon 40mm on Hasselblad V lensplate with Super-Angulon 75mm on Copal 0 lensplate and without bellows
  3. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    Cambo Actus G with 15mm Actar and CFV50 II C back
  4. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    Clematis - spring time colors focus stacking of 45 images, f/3.2, one soft box with XCD 90mm and Canon 500D close up lens
  5. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    I love clouds :) with the XCD 21mm, PP: Nik Silver Efex
  6. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    infrared test with IR 720nm filter on the Hasselblad 907X and XCD 4/45P as you see, the lens has a severe hot spot with very dark edges, I tried to eliminate in LR but not good enough :( f/11, ISO 800 regards dierk
  7. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    long exposure (Poel Island, Baltic Sea) 907X with XCD 21mm and ND1000 and ND8 stacked 81 sec. exposure f/11
  8. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    Fun fun fun I know, what you are feeling :)(y) good luck with the next rolls regards Dierk
  9. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    with XCD 90mm and Canon close up lens 500D focus stack of 8 images at f/6.8 light from two softboxes
  10. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    thanks. it looks less massy than in my kitchen :) the picture on flickr is private, you have to use the private link, that you get from the arrow sign under the picture
  11. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    Hasselblad 907X, XCD 90mm/3.2 focus stacking of 30 images f/4, Canon 500D close up lens, two softboxes stacking with Helicon Focus and a crop from this image
  12. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    Hasselblad 907X, XCD 90mm/3.2 focus stacking of 20 images f/4, Canon 500D close up lens, two softboxes stacking with Helicon Focus
  13. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    may we see some results here?
  14. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    Thanks KC, I love the possibilities and flexibility that the CVF II 50C offers! on this specific scene I wanted to test the possibilities and performance of these lenses, but in general these three lenses are not really comparable the 21mm XCD is a great incredible sharp lens - but without any...
  15. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    Thanks Glenn, I don't know very much about the Rollei X-ACT2, but compared with the Flexbody it is a different system with special lenses. In that case I could as well use my Gandolfy 4x5 - but of course only with longer focal lengths - you can't have it all :) Regards Dierk
  16. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    an exercise in DOF
  17. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    during my first tests of the 907X a tried my V lenses on the XV adapter, here the 60mm Distagon I was standing only about 10m! away from our church and wanted the whole church, so I made 2x3=6 images at f/8 and 1/250 sec. hand held and stitched in LR After the first tests I had the impression...
  18. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    Hi Godfrey, you are right, I should say, that the hand grip is not for me. I use the Arca Swiss L bracket as a handgrip and can walk with it almost for hours. I prefer to use the touchscreen of the camera for the settings and control, as I have to look at it anyway. The L bracket on the left...
  19. dierk

    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    sorry Godfrey if I did not use the correct english term, that happens, if one writes in a foreign language. I did not know, that the hole for the tripod screw is called a tripod socket :( I use Arca Swiss compatible tripod mounts on all my cameras and tripods. Hope, this is precise enough...
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