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Trioplan 100, Trioplan 50 ..., let me add some Trioplan 120:

1 Fleetwood


2 No. 90 had a little accident


3 Rebar


a7rii + Meyer Trioplan 1:4.5 f = 12cm (1939; Kine Exakta)
 



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Originally posted by MartyMoose MartyMoose wrote:

Iím really enjoying the artful feel of these images. So much so that Iím very much looking forward to returning home from my business trip to try out my new-to-me Trioplan 50 that delivered today

Congrats! That is a very nice lens too!
You can go as far as you like in your interpretation of artful

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The 120 is nice too Leo!
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Colour explosion

Another one with Trioplan 2.8/100mm
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Post Options Post Options   Quote MartyMoose Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 May 2019 at 12:14
Okay, Fred_S this one just pushed me over the edge, in a good way

Very artful, TFS.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Fred_S Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 May 2019 at 12:41
Looking forward to your pictures!
 



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Originally posted by Snegren Snegren wrote:

Nice enough images Peter, but not exactly representing Primoplan. The way the focus fades on the cat closeup looks like a reversed rear element, particularly as you state that it has coating damage suggesting that it has been cleaned. Perhaps it is worth trying to turn it over, should be possible without dismantling the whole thing.

Thanks for clarifying that Paul. I turned it over and will continue to have fun!
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With the Trioplan 50 2.9


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Looks familiair Peter! Enough bubbly stuf there
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Yes Fred, a lot of bubbly stuff. Had a great time yesterday!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Fred_S Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 May 2019 at 09:25
Daffodil

A99ii + Trioplan 2.8/100mm
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Originally posted by Micholand Micholand wrote:

Originally posted by angora angora wrote:

Q? intrigued by your helicoid. are your distances as limited as ours, while using extension tubes? (mostly 12mm, sometimes 20 and rarely both. I say: frustrating! and would .... for a 10- or 8mm option).
and how about your contrast? never a prob?
Ine, don't really have any issues with the minimum focus of the Trioplan; also not really limited to discrete steps, because I'm not using extension tubes to overcome the 1.1m MFD when needed for macro shots. One of my M42 adapters has a helical focusing mechanism incorporated and thus is steplessly variable (max. extension ~28mm).
And if you experience low contrast with yours, then maybe it's time to overhaul it - independent if it has coated lens elements or not
Actually back then dismantled mine completely and cleaned all three lens elements to get rid of haze, dust as well as a minor fungus spot on one of them.

TY Michael! much appreciated! most frustrating is usually the max. distance while using any of the tubes. 'always' missing an inch ...or 2 -of extra space-? ;-)
(meant) low contrast in comparison with the red V Trioplan 50 (I was used to when I shot this, 1 of the Trioplan 100 'test' shots in 2017. badly chosen subject, but, as said, used to Trioplan 50 at the time. and to shooting almost everything against the light). and therefore wondering how important that coating is?

you are so brave! and the results are fab!
I'm not that daredevilish , but don't think the lens is hazy.
(Jupiter 85! ..is a different story. could give it a try?! :-)).
just wondering if there is a distinct difference between pics produced by V and by non-V Trioplans?
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Post Options Post Options   Quote angora Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 May 2019 at 22:06
Peter! how nice to 'see' you!
what Paul said makes lots of sense?! esp. when looking at the bubbles on the right on the last pic. + xtreme haze of course.
(I once flipped the front element of a Helios, after Paul's recipe. easy peasy! done within 4 days: almost 4 days for mental preparation and less than a minute for the actual operation).    
CONGRATS anyway and CONGRATS Steve! looking FW!

great pics y'all! as usual.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote angora Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 May 2019 at 22:59
TY Fred, Paul, Leo!

not cropped, just lacking swirl material at the bottom? (I think ;-)).
tried to get a least something in focus? -and failed!-



a crop- it's a serious swirl ;-)

noticed hints of swirl before in Catherine's front garden behind a cat and on Renate's gravel behind a dog en seen it flying through the trees beside the church.
my mistake was to look for swirls at simular distances where one would find the Helios swirl. (50 vs 58mm?). but it's not there.
distances are completely different and further away. still can't get it to swirl with the extension tube it's usually combined with.



and at full res. & 12,000 x 8000 px



in case you care to see all trial/ERROR? :-S




a bit too close for a whole swirl





still too close








swirl spotted, but doesn't work either






more dizzying stuff





that just doesn't 'work' (and is OOF too) because it's further up






the full swirl seems to be HUGE













unless you can find 1 elsewhere?
actually it's an easy swirler.
but need a subject to go with it?


all Trioplan 50/2.9 btw





Edited by angora - 05 May 2019 at 23:07
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