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||Posted - Mar 20 2013 : 09:49:25 AM
Two pictures made with my Jupiter 12/Biogon: glasses from 1943, KMZ serial number from 1952, CLAed by a specialist. The distance ring was too stiff. Now, it's a pleasure.
Quite happy by the results: the Jup 12 is really a marvelous lens. A bit less by the body I use: I have to clean this old Fed S. Sometimes, the second shutter sticks and it is often too lazy...
http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent/2032013_Regneville mars 2013-3.bmp
http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent/2032013_Regneville mars 2013-1.bmp
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||Posted - Apr 23 2016 : 04:58:28 AM
Great shots. Thanks for sharing.
||Posted - Jan 24 2016 : 08:18:11 AM
Another one, always with the same body/lens.
But you are responsible!
The shipyard of Regnéville...
(PS: impossible to reduce the size, sorry. I wonder why?)
||Posted - Jan 24 2016 : 03:39:46 AM
Lovely pictures Jacques.
||Posted - Jan 24 2014 : 05:24:17 AM
Gorgeous, absolutely gorgeous
||Posted - Jan 22 2014 : 02:29:08 AM
It does look very good on the Automat, for sure. 2 Eras in one photo!
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||Posted - Nov 16 2013 : 11:49:27 AM
Great photos from France. Indeed that J-12 is a small but amazing lens. I have a Black version from 1973.
I am using it on a Zorki 4K from 1977, overhauled with a new shutter curtain. So far perfect working. Since a short time I have a FED 5b from 1990 too.
"De enige beperking in je fotografie ben je zelf"
||Posted - Sep 16 2013 : 05:08:47 AM
It was a Kodak Gold film, 200 ISO.
Aperture: f5,6, speed 1/200th for the last photo.
Directly scanned without any correction, of course!
||Posted - Sep 15 2013 : 4:13:47 PM
This looks great!
Do you remember which aperture you used?
Was this normal color- or slide film?
When I find the time I must upload my FED-photos too but I don't have any scanning equipment right now.
||Posted - Sep 14 2013 : 08:17:31 AM
Sorry, I had not seen the posts.
The two first photos were taken at 100m from my home; the last one at Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, a misty april morning. With the sun, the mist had disappeared some minutes later.
I must say I have no real merit: my lenses are perfect. The viewfinder too: it's better than my Leica IIIg's. With such a combination, it's a great pleasure to shoot, so, impossible to miss a picture...
||Posted - Sep 14 2013 : 02:19:00 AM
Thanks you for updating us with this interesting information. you did very great job. keep it up Hope you will share more ideas and pictures, I wish you good luck
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||Posted - Jun 16 2013 : 8:07:43 PM
Wow, the last one is breathtaking!
||Posted - Jun 16 2013 : 3:57:55 PM
Jacques, I just found these and they are beautiful! I especially like the last one. Wish I could visit such a place.
I read a little post where someone was not impressed by the Jupiter 12, and even warned not to get one, but I see these photos and think the writer was more the problem ;)
||Posted - Jun 13 2013 : 10:17:55 AM
A sea of mist, very early in the morning (in the Pyrénées mountains).
Always with the Fed S and the Biogon/Jup.