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Valkir1987 Posted - Mar 27 2015 : 2:01:05 PM
Taken with a Fed 1f camera using both the standard and 100mm lens. Film was expired (2013) Fuji Provia 100

With the 100mm f6.3 lens:

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s.smith Posted - Apr 22 2016 : 05:27:02 AM
Very nice shot with very nice colours
Fotohuis Posted - Apr 12 2015 : 1:55:03 PM
Hi Milo,

Amazing photos with such a camera and lens which are really basic. Every time when I am shooting with one of your refurbished FSU cameras and lenses I think maybe selling my Leica M7 system and lenses. Even on 40x50cm enlargement with my Heiland Split Grade system and Rodagon lenses the difference with a J-12, J-8 and Elmarit, Summicron is so small.

Robert
"De enige beperking in je fotografie ben je zelf"
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Valkir1987 Posted - Apr 04 2015 : 10:17:10 AM
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The 12th photo shows a bit flare. Probably there is a small leak when changing the lens.


Yes that's true. I was changing lenses in full sunlight realising the problem afterward. Even a prewar Leica can't do this...
Jacques M. Posted - Apr 03 2015 : 3:28:15 PM
Hi Milo,

I love your shots.
They are astonishing for lenses which can have more than 75 years...
The 12th photo shows a bit flare. Probably there is a small leak when changing the lens.

Bravo.

Jacques.

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