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Fun with MF images 2021

spb

Well-known member
Arne, nice image. Hw are you liking the 45/4P lens? This was one of the reasons I gave up on Hasselblad, the unavailability of the 45/4P here in Switzerland. My dealer had two, but they were sent back before I had even seen them, as they had issues. That plus the fact before I got the Control grip I nearly dropped the camera several times through not being used to the shape without an inbuilt grip.
 

Arne Hvaring

Well-known member
Tank you Stephen. Like you I had to wait for months to get the XCD 45p. But I already had the GFX 100 so the wait was bearable :) As for the lens, I have only praise; sharp, light and relatively cheap. The shape of the body fits well to my hand, but I found it to be a tad too short. Installing a RRS camera plate solved that problem. Now also my little finger gets a good grip as the plate follows the body contour.
Here is another shot with the 45p

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spb

Well-known member
Tank you Stephen. Like you I had to wait for months to get the XCD 45p. But I already had the GFX 100 so the wait was bearable :) As for the lens, I have only praise; sharp, light and relatively cheap. The shape of the body fits well to my hand, but I found it to be a tad too short. Installing a RRS camera plate solved that problem. Now also my little finger gets a good grip as the plate follows the body contour.
Here is another shot with the 45p

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I liked very much Phocus - I thought the integration with camera and iPad as well as Mac was superb. I have the GFX 100S and GF50mm lens. I do like lenses with aperture rings. I also cannot do without a viewfinder as the lenses I normally use are not wide-angle apart from the GF 30mm for some shots.
 

P. Chong

Well-known member
A very colorful house in Little India, Singapore. Interestingly, this house was built in 1900 and was the residence of a rich local Chinese businessman - Tan Teng Niah. At the time, the neighborhood was an industrial zone (Tan’s candy and rubber factories were located nearby) and many of Singapore’s ethnic-Chinese businessmen lived in similar villas.

Fujifilm GFX 50S with GF 50m f/3.5n, Velvia film simulation in ACR, with slight perspective correction.

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spb

Well-known member
A very colorful house in Little India, Singapore. Interestingly, this house was built in 1900 and was the residence of a rich local Chinese businessman - Tan Teng Niah. At the time, the neighborhood was an industrial zone (Tan’s candy and rubber factories were located nearby) and many of Singapore’s ethnic-Chinese businessmen lived in similar villas.

Fujifilm GFX 50S with GF 50m f/4. Velvia film simulation in ACR, with slight perspective correction.

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Very ornate and colourful indeed. Wonder what the inside looks like.
 

GeorgeBo

Active member
Loving all the flowers and blooms. I will throw mine in the ring ;)
GFX 50R - Nikkor H·C 40mm f/4 for Bronica. Since that lens was made for 6x6, cropped this one 1x1 aspect. Was testing the lens wide open. Like Greg, we had some storms coming through and tried to get a shot between gusts of wind. Processed in C1.

George

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