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    Posted: 19 June 2019 at 18:08
Some more old agricultural implement - tractor and plough specifics with new Voigtländer Macro APO-Lanthar 65/2.


#1 | "Primus PD2L"



#2 | "Lanz 'Bulldog' HN5 3500"



#3 | "height adjustment"


a7 + Voigtländer Macro APO-Lanthar 65/2
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#3 is nice, for the clear lines or 'movement' in the image, and the textures.
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Originally posted by alpha_in_exile alpha_in_exile wrote:

#3 is nice, for the clear lines or 'movement' in the image, and the textures.

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Great tones and composition in #3
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Great captures, especially 1 and 3. I like the way the textures are brought out.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote darosa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20 June 2019 at 12:38
Nice shots Michael!
I'm surprised to see cat's eyes in #1. I hadn't expected this modern lens 'capable' of that.
#1 is wide open of course.

BTW: I'm a fan of cat's eyes!
 



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Leo, cat's eyes and vignetting @f2 are included in the lens price

Actually the cat's eyes 'capability' should not be any surprise to you, just check out some of the lens sample shots posted in various reviews of this Voigtländer lens
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Klick-Klack Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 June 2019 at 17:29
I'd like to say that not only is the tractor in #1 a " Primus Type PDL2",
but this lens is also a true "Primus" in its imaging quality.
All great shots.
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