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    Phase P65+ and Hartblei 45mm t/s Super Rotator

    After reading several threads on the pre-production model of the Phase t/s lens (polished Hartblei) I thought many might be interested in seeing how well the original Hartblei would hold up to the P65+. Here are a couple of quick images shot with the Hartblei 45mm and P65+ from this last weekend's visit with Capture Integration in Carmel along the coast. Had a great time with Jack, Don, Chris, and others.....more to follow once I get the chance to sit down and recover....

    Phase 645AF, Phase 65+, Hartblei 45mm t/s lens.

    Pfeiffer Beach. 100 iso, 2 seconds and eh, I dunno, anywhere from f/16 to f/22.

    I think the lens holds up pretty well. C1Pro. No other post processing except resizing it down a bit for posting here.
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    Re: Phase P65+ and Hartblei 45mm t/s Super Rotator

    Carmel Mission. iso 50, 1/8 second at f/22. This is a blended focus stack of three images using CS4 with Don Libby's super laptop. We processed three images from the Carmel Mission----this was the reject.

    I like the Hartblei. It is what it is. If you need more, a technical camera is the answer....
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    Re: Phase P65+ and Hartblei 45mm t/s Super Rotator

    Quote Originally Posted by kdphotography View Post
    Carmel Mission. iso 50, 1/8 second at f/22. This is a blended focus stack of three images using CS4 with Don Libby's super laptop. We processed three images from the Carmel Mission----this was the reject.

    I like the Hartblei. It is what it is. If you need more, a technical camera is the answer....
    YEA. I THINK THIS IS TRUE!

    Tech cameras take care of all these issues but the price is expensive bodies, expensive lenses (a different set from your other MF options) and learning a new system for most of us. Not a bad choice but it is reality.

    I have had my Hasselblad H3DII-39 for six months now and even given the surgery I had on my right hand I must admit i have yet to really learn how to shoot with it. I damn well intend to change that over the next few months however and I really look forward to it.

    Woody Spedden

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    Re: Phase P65+ and Hartblei 45mm t/s Super Rotator

    Looks nice Ken, which i was with you guy's.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Re: Phase P65+ and Hartblei 45mm t/s Super Rotator

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Looks nice Ken, which i was with you guy's.
    We did miss you in Carmel, Guy. We were, uh, happier than pigs in a blanket....



    Next time....

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    Be there in May with the next workshop
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