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Meyer Optik Görlitz Orestegor 300mm f/4

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    Posted: 09 October 2010 at 02:18
Here's an interesting one for you... Meyer Optik Görlitz Orestegor 300mm f/4. That was a real mouthful. I got this lens just recently. Actually, I ended up with two. It is enormous in size and takes a strong arm to spend much time without a tripod. I recommend a tripod. I've for the most part just been using this lens at fully open, f/4 and it seems acceptably sharp. CA is much less than I had anticipated, and doesn't even show up on many pictures. The lens is a keeper for me as I love the bokeh and overall image quality.








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Congrats!
I have one of those
Think it´s 17 or 19 aperture blades in that beast!
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Very nice. Are those colors straight out of the camera or did you do some tweaking in post?
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Congrats!
I also have one of those, and I will try to sell it!
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Maffe: Yes, many blades. It's entertaining just to watch it open and close.

Bob: Socko: Colors are from the lens. I typically do an auto adjust of the contrast, but have noticed that the images change very little if at all with images from this lens. I really do like the colors and bokeh.

digiton: Selling because you don't like it, don't use it, or can't lift it?
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Post Options Post Options   Quote digiton Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 November 2010 at 07:03
Not using it anymore because i have the 400mm f4.5 from minolta
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