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    Som Berthiot Stellor 50/3.5 (A7R3)

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    Re: Sony A7/A7r with old lenses

    From a visit to the Vrieselhof estate (near Oelegem, Belgium) with an old Tokina 21/3.8 in Minolta SR mount

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    The moat (now a pond):


    Both on an A7ii
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    Boyer Topaz 50mm F3.5 (A7R3)

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    Entrance gate to fort 's Gravenwezel:



    Ornament on the gate post


    Both A7ii + OM Zuiko 24/2.8
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    Foth Anastigmat 50mm F3.5 (A7R3)

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    Kilfitt Makro-Kilar 4cm F2.8 D (A7R3)


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    Backgrounder on Dr Kilfitt from Wikipedia

    Heinz Kilfitt was born on 29 May 1898 in Hörntrop-Wattenscheid, Germany; he died on 11 August 1980 in Munich, Germany. He is probably best known for the design of the spring driven 35mm Robot still cameras taking 24×24mm frames on 135 film as well as being a lens maker, renowned for the Macro-Kilars and the manufacture of the Voigtländer Zoomar that was designed by Frank Gerhardt Back (1902-1981).

    He was the son of a watchmaker and christened Heinrich Wilhelm Kilfitt. He spent his early youth repairing watches and taking an interest in optics and photography. At the optical company R. Neumann in Berlin he was hired as the head of the Photography department. Combining his watch repair and photography skills he designed the spring driven Robot camera for H. H. Berning in 1930 for fast series of single frame photographs. In the early 1950s he conceived the very compact 35mm SLR Mecaflex camera to be manufactured by Metz Apparatefabik in Fürth, Germany. In 1964 he established the Kilfitt Optische Fabrik in Munich.

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    Re: Sony A7/A7r with old lenses

    Helios 44 lenses are quite good (It's a Russian Zeiss Biotar 58/2 clone) and cheap as chips.

    So I have one where the front lens is reversed to create a funky soft focus effect, probably not everybodies cup of tea and even I hardly take the lens out. But yesterday I gave it a spin at a small local graveyard and here's some results:

    Silk roses



    Rest In Peace



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    Re: Sony A7/A7r with old lenses

    Something a bit more conventional

    Chabot Museum Rotterdam


    A7ii + M-Elmar 50/3.5 (M39)

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    The Chabot Museum is located at the Museumpark in Rotterdam Centrum, between the Netherlands Architecture Institute and the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen.

    It is housed in a white villa designed in 1938 for C. H. Kraaijeveld in the style of New Objectivity by architects Gerrit Willem Baas, a former employee of Brinkman and Van der Vlugt, and Leonard Stokla, a former bureau chief of Kromhout.

    The villa has been a rijksmonument (national heritage site) since 2000.
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    I like the effect.
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    QUOTE=pegelli;812376]Helios 44 lenses are quite good (It's a Russian Zeiss Biotar 58/2 clone) and cheap as chips.

    So I have one where the front lens is reversed to create a funky soft focus effect, probably not everybodies cup of tea and even I hardly take the lens out. But yesterday I gave it a spin at a small local graveyard and here's some results:

    Silk roses



    Rest In Peace



    Family grave
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    Jupiter-11 with funguses, haze and dustes but without coating and apperture.

    This is the big doll of winter 's Russian wires.

    Масленица by Mr TTT, on Flickr
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    Elop Elopan 4cm F2.5 (A7Rlll)

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    Re: Sony A7/A7r with old lenses

    From a walk through our garden with an A7ii and a Meyer Görlitz Trioplan 100/2.8 (wide open)


    Backlighted wild azalea (@ MFD = 1,1 meter)



    Pear blossom (with an extension tube)
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    From my confinement bicycle ride last sunday.

    Entrance to the fort of Oelegem. The white flag on top is not because the fort is surrendering (they already did that in 1914) but currently a white flag or cloth on the houses and other buildings are a symbolic token of appreciation for all people working in the hospitals and care institutions.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    From a walk through our garden with an A7ii and a Meyer Görlitz Trioplan 100/2.8 (wide open)


    Backlighted wild azalea (@ MFD = 1,1 meter)


    ah!!!!!!!!!! the trioplan is wizard!
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    DSC01509 by Mr TTT, on Flickr

    sony a7 + Super Rokkor 8,5cm 1:2,8
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    Quote Originally Posted by sergtum View Post
    ah!!!!!!!!!! the trioplan is wizard!
    Indeed, wide open it "paints" with light in a special way, but stopped down (the image of the fort) it's a pretty decent all-purpose short tele.

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    Another trioplan wide open shot showing the beauty of the magnolia in our front garden last sunday

    Unfortunately two nights of mild frost (-3) killed all the flowers and buds, it's now all sad looking and drab light brown in colour


    A7ii + Meyer Görlitz Triopan 100/2.8 @ 2.8
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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    From a walk through our garden with an A7ii and a Meyer Görlitz Trioplan 100/2.8 (wide open)


    Backlighted wild azalea (@ MFD = 1,1 meter)



    Pear blossom (with an extension tube)
    These photos and that lens are magnificent.
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