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Samples: Meyer Optik Görlitz Trioplan 100mm F2.8

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Pretty excited to have this in the bag.
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Semi macro @ f4.0 on an A7ii

@ MFD, cropped 15.7 MP (from the sensor of 24 MP)

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Late last year I acquired this lens in Exacta mount.

Here's a little test between wide open (f2.8) and partly closed down (f5.6). I found the difference very striking (and I wasn't looking for bubbles in this test )

Castle Bossenstein with a storm brewing behind

f2.8: glowy but still relatively sharp center, out of the middle it's getting fuzzy pretty quickly



f5.6: increase sharpness across the frame, no more glow


Conclusion: wide open you need to find subjects that fit the "character", at 5.6 or further closed it's a pretty decent all purpose 100 mm.

Both on an A7ii
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From April Foolishness


On an A7ii, wide open
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Wide open, that's how a Trioplan should be used You really get the hang of it Pieter!
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