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    Posted: 14 February 2017 at 14:41

Samples: Meyer-Optik-Görlitz Trioplan 50mm F2.9


mounts: M42, Exakta, Altix, C-mount
silver
format: FF
year: 1916 - 1963
max aperture: f2.9
min aperture: f22
elements/group: 3 elements in 3 groups, uncemented
aperture blades: 12
min focus distance (mm): 600
filter diameter (mm): 35mm
length (mm): 36
weight (g): 80


additional information:

+ silver lens hood, blackened inside

a red V stands for Vergütet/better, with an additional (simple) coating

as any M.O.G. lens, it has a mark...
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/G%C3%BCtezeichen_%28DDR%29
in German only. 1st mark stands for excellence, since the early 60s,
S stands for very good quality. replaced in early 60s by Q,
1 stands for good quality, 2 for okay quality

photos:
https://www.juzaphoto.com/recensione.php?l=en&t=meyer_trioplan50_f2-9
https://www.flickr.com/groups/trioplan50/


brochure!
http://allphotolenses.com/public/files/pdfs/aa89b184f50f0caf7ecd730407bb7cb9.pdf   



resurrected!
to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Trioplan in 2016
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/meyeroptik/awaken-the-legendary-soap-bubble-bokeh-trioplan-f2

with a now movable front lens, it was launched by Meyer-Optik as 'the ultimate art lens'.
https://www.meyer-optik-goerlitz.com/en/inspiration/blog/trioplan-50-close-up-and-macro-photography
(do look at the price! it's on sale   
https://www.meyer-optik-goerlitz.com/en/trioplan-50-f2.9?c=86&gclid=CI7oj5_Tj9ICFYU_GwodToULlg )


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* SOAP BUBBLE bokeh!




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bubble material!













without the hood it easily captures flares















(not our garden btw)
it c/b kind of swirly?

















(red V, mark 1 + A99 and a LOT of the same
can't wait for the leaves to return! AND the b.flies )



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Post Options Post Options   Quote angora Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20 February 2017 at 09:21
tried to take some quick snaps of a small dog named Flow (which sounds a lot like vlo/flea when J. calls her ;-)). gorgeous light!




with some help of my friend Milo, who is a cat. complete failure!




so we did another 'window sill shoot' instead @ the neighbours.
these are all untouched, in terms of PP
















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Impressive bubble work Ine!
 



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mostly shot @ f2.9 btw, last few @ f4
+ some PP


































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Post Options Post Options   Quote angora Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20 February 2017 at 10:05
Originally posted by darosa darosa wrote:

Impressive bubble work Ine!

TYSM!!!
so looking FW to more bubbly days!

Q about my february 16th post? (the skimmia shrub). really tempted to skip all sharpness from now on (on simular subjects, syringas on the way?) since I think I like the completely unsharp one -with writing- better. or would that be too much -unsharpness-, too optimistic?

lens seems a bit softer than the flek 35. even the sidewalk bubbles!
(and so would love an extention tube shorter than 12mm to exaggerate that!)


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Originally posted by angora angora wrote:


Q about my february 16th post? (the skimmia shrub). really tempted to skip all sharpness from now on (on simular subjects, syringas on the way?)


Go for it Ine. Sharpness is soooo overrated. Can you imagine van Gogh painting sharp pictures????

(btw, i'm not a fan of text in a photo)
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I'm a big fan of the first feb 16th, it's awesome!
except like Leo said without the text!...
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Post Options Post Options   Quote angora Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 February 2017 at 07:44
TYbothSOmuch!!! so appreciated...
perhaps text was a subconscious attempt to add at least something sharp? ;-) even though that plant (that I found on a grave! ) seemed to be screaming defocus. unfortunally I'm not van Gogh's biggest fan :-S (opposite, totally into -magic- realism), but of course sharpness is overrated! (!!)
(and a believer! converted! adopting the mantra! )
but still screwed up the last cat pic -on which he is casting the evil eye-. it's sharp, but not where it should be! ?


did you happen to catch swirls with this lens?
(love how the bubbles start to turn oval in the 1st doggie pic! looks a lot like the beginning of a swirl? ???)




it's official! sharpness is overrated!

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Originally posted by angora angora wrote:


did you happen to catch swirls with this lens?
(love how the bubbles start to turn oval in the 1st doggie pic! looks a lot like the beginning of a swirl? ???)


This lens absolutely has swirl potential!; but I've never used this lens on a swirl hunt. I'm following this thread with great expectations Ine.
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no plans then to blow us all away?

just searched the WWW for samples of Trioplan swirls, but all I found was that the 50/2.9 bokeh has a slight swirl and bokeh is discreet -compared to the big brother-
https://www.meyer-optik-goerlitz.com/en/inspiration/blog/the-colorful-world-of-tamara-skudies :-S
(won't the Trioplan 100 swirl?)
presumably not as pronounced as from a Petzval, but even on the branches and snow I already see hints of swirls?!?
order some sun pls? ;-)
(think sequins can swirl?? ;-))







(no one wants to know what this is, other than bokeh. truly, you don't! ;-) it's typically dutch)
















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(still waiting for sun. storm now!)














why is it that when the sunrays come in, the dust comes out?
where is it hidden? inside the lens? camera? ?














it can behave normally too, but the idea is to use it for smashing (MHO) bubbly BGs
-for better subjects than branches of heather-














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