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Nice Primoplan bokeh Mike and good fun Paul!

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My smallest lens by far. Meyer Görlitz Trioplan 1:2,8 f=17mm (C-mount, pre WW2).

Fun with Fungi

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A7 & Primoplan 58 1.9






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Originally posted by KoBra64 KoBra64 wrote:

Mike, that is a very nice shot, love how the background got drawn


Thank you, Peter. I've learned to look carefully around certain plants. The tree frogs have learned well how to hide and wait for bugs. A fellow photographer here recently captured a much more interesting picture of a similar scene. There was the tree frog perched exactly like in my image and a snake climbing the stem, presumably after the frog. I never learned the outcome of that encounter but it sure made for an interesting photo.

No snake, but I was able to get the flower and frog being photographed by my shooting mate. This one from Trioplan 2.9/50.

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Mike, that is a very nice shot, love how the background got drawn
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Here two more from the the same first walk with that Trioplan 3.5/45mm (on A7R2)

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Originally posted by woodrim woodrim wrote:

Very nice, Fred.

Thanks Mike!
Yours is nice too! I haven;'t used the Oreston for a while, but it's a very nice lens, worth using it frequently.
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I've been back to my Meyer lenses and finally have some to post. This one from Oreston 1.8/50 and A7 II.

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Very nice, Fred.
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Thanks Peter! At least it felt rewarding
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NIce shots Fred. Demolishing a camera sure paid off
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Originally posted by angora angora wrote:

congrats on your new little toy! great results!
fave still the bubbly T.100 woods though.

Thanks Ine! Indeed, the T100 is hard to beat, but for a few euro's this T45mm is nice enough

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congrats on your new little toy! great results!
fave still the bubbly T.100 woods though. and Paul's 'mushroom'(s), the single one and the enchanted ones.   

Originally posted by woodrim woodrim wrote:

I get depressed sometimes when I realize my age, how time is passing quickly; weeks like days, months like weeks, and years... All this precious time passing and still no Trioplan 100mm to play with


and at last time will kill you. but I can promise you that spending more than -was it?- 120$ on a Trioplan 100 won't!   

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Here is my latest aquisition: The Trioplan f3.5/45mm, SN2961859, as mentioned from a Beirette Junior II.

It was my first surgery, operation succeeded, but camera died.

After detaching the lens, I also removed the shutterblades, which were stuck (already). But without a 'T' option on the shutter, I didn't need the blades anyhow. Fisrt time I opened a lens so far and deep., but that gave me the opportunity to clean it a bit as well.

#1 (taken with Trioplan 2.8/100mm)


I guess you want to see some first results as well.
Okay, here we go. A few snaps from this afternooon.

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