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Discussion in 'Adapted Lens Forum' started by beakhammer, Nov 19, 2017.

  1. gyoung

    gyoung Premium Member

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    Yes a tilting adapter is tempting, I can do without shift now with what can be done in Lightroom.
    I have a Nikon 35/2.8 PC since many years, not much use on aps-c but I am happy with what I am getting with the Fuji 14mm and 23/2 using Lightroom.
    Full frame wide angles wide and good enough to be useful on apsc for shift are not easy to find.

    Gerry
     
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    I have two adapted full-frame wide-angles (Nikon 14mm and Leitz 21mm) that I need to test on my Fuji APS-C with a shift adapter.

    In the meantime, if you find one, please let me know.
     
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    I had a Leica 21mm 2.8 aspheric, worked well on the M6ttl of course, not quite so good on the Sony A7 (needed f/8, 5.6 was 'ok'), too valuable to keep when I decided to go to Fuji, it paid for the XPRo2!
    I have a Sigma 24mm and a Tokina 17mm in Nikon AiS mount that would do, but the Fuji 14mm is so much better than any of them if I don't need tilt.

    Gerry
     
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    "Balconies"
    X-T2 with Minolta Rokkor MC 2.8 135mm, "4/4" version.

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    Bloody hell, just imagine what it must be like to live in this rabbit hutch!
     
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    I have a few Minolta Rokkor lenses that I use. My favorite is the Rokkor 55mm f/1.7

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    These are a couple of multiple exposure shot both taken with the 55mm.
     
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    Here are a couple made with the X-E1 and Nikon Nikkor 24mm f/2.8 AI.

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    This is me .
    Tokina RCM zoom 80 200 3.5
     
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    Zonlai Discover 35mm f/1.8

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    One from last week on our first snowy day of this winter.
    Fujifilm X-T10 with Minolta 35-70mm macro zoom.

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    Konica 57 1.4

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    Sorry, I was editing the post to put smaller versions of the images.
     
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    Leitz Summaron 35mm f3.5 on X-Pro1

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    There is no DOF...

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    Jupiter8 barrel by CZJ Flektogon 35/2.4
     
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    @array16

    I love the separation of foreground and background.

    What was the f/stop, about f/4?


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    Great example of how shallow the depth-of-field can be at a close distance.

    How easy was it to focus?
     
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    @Narsuitus - @array16 has my vote for today's posting re: DOF but the Flek was OK really with the whole deal on a table top. I thank the Fuji engineers for focus assist and peaking :)
     
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    Yesterday I picked up a black paint Nikon FTN with the 55mm f1.2 lens. The lens is a 1972 version with the uncoated rear element. I see quite a few of those lenses and they are relatively valuable so I haven't kept any of them.
    20 degrees F and a 15mph wind and I still managed to get a somewhat sharp image of a blowing leaf. I like the out of focus areas.

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    Passion fruit: taken wide open with Minolta Rokkor 2.8 24mm VFC, set on max concave.

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