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Post Options Post Options   Quote KoBra64 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 October 2020 at 19:42
Thanks Mike. It's 5cm and f1.6 I believe.
 



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Nice shots Peter, from all three lenses
#1 is surprisingly soft for the Kinon
#3 almost looks like a composite with the sharp trunk in the middle
#4 and 5 are typically nice Trioplan bokehs. I like that "halo" around the shroom in the middle
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Post Options Post Options   Quote KoBra64 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 October 2020 at 21:05
Thanks Fred.
3 certainly is no composite but it really sticks out. This is like it was.
The halo, yes. The saint
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I went Shroom hunting during my lunch break with a Meyer Görlitz Trioplan 1:2,8 f=17mm, (approximately 1940). Turns out this tiny C-mount wide angle miracle of a Meyer is sharp, charming, swirly and has a reasonable coverage on APSC. It doesn’t have a focusing helicoid as 17 mm on 16mm film is very wide and at f/2.8 DOF is from here to eternity. On the APSC sensor DOF is remarkably small, focusing is required and as the M25 thread on the C-mount is very long it can be used for focusing and MFD is like 4”/10 cm.

I call them Mushrooms in the enchanted forest.

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Mushroom

Camera Model: ILCE-7RM2 (APSC)
Lens: Meyer Görlitz Trioplan 1:2,8 f=7,5cm (C-mount)
Aperture: f/2.8
Exposure Time: 0.008 sec (1/125)
ISO: 100

Autumn with Trioplan magic

Camera Model: ILCE-7RM2 (APSC)
Lens: Meyer Görlitz Trioplan 1:2,8 f=7,5cm (C-mount)
Aperture: f/2.8
Exposure Time: 0.01 sec (1/100)
ISO: 100
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That was a fruitful lunchwalk Paul! That f=17mm Trioplan gives an interesting view on the world!
And that f=7,5cm, well what can I say...
 



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I just picked up a Beirette camera with a f3.5/45mm for next to nothing as an experiment.
Couldn't neatly remove the lens, so the camera is lost, but i bought it for the lens anyhow. Have to do a bit more work to get the shutte going...
Hope to show some results here soon.

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Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

I just picked up a Beirette camera with a f3.5/45mm for next to nothing as an experiment.
Couldn't neatly remove the lens, so the camera is lost, but i bought it for the lens anyhow. Have to do a bit more work to get the shutte going...
Hope to show some results here soon.


I did that a couple of times, the camera always gets tortured to release its lens. I have a 3.5/45 Trioplan from a Pentinaand a 2.8/45 Domiplan from a Beirette K which must be a later model than jour copy. Both show their Meyer heritage.
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A walk in the forest with the Trioplan 2.8/100mm
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Post Options Post Options   Quote woodrim Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 October 2020 at 21:26
Love that bokeh, Fred.

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
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Originally posted by woodrim woodrim wrote:

Love that bokeh, Fred.

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

Thanks Mike! Age is just a number, you're never too old ....
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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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#3


#4


#5


#6


#7


#8




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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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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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