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Trazin Posted - Sep 21 2016 : 12:15:45 PM




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Jacques M. Posted - Sep 29 2016 : 2:49:34 PM
As promised, a picture made with my LTM 8/2,8cm Tessar.


Amitiés. Jacques.

Jacques M. Posted - Sep 22 2016 : 04:54:56 AM

Fécamp rather than le Havre... It's a question of perspective due to the 28mm...
I try to find out a picture with my Tessar 6/2,8cm to compare...

Trazin Posted - Sep 22 2016 : 01:31:39 AM
Hello Jacques,

Thanks :)!

Yes I couldn't resist :), this lens is so unique, among the first 4 produced! I will post some pictures of the lens soon.
It seems a bit soft but the film I shot wasn't very appropriate (sfx 200). I will try with a pan 50 for better results.

You guessed it is Etretat :). The Harbour is in Fécamp.

Amitiés, Cyril.
Jacques M. Posted - Sep 21 2016 : 1:31:35 PM
So, it's your famous LTM 1951 Orion 15! At last, you got it!
Congratulations, Cyril.
It seems it's a soft lens, which is quite normal.
Bravo too for these first pictures: the cliffs at Etretat and the harbour (le Havre, I think?). I particularly love this last one. Not really different from what I can obtain with my 6/28mm Zeiss Tessar wartime...

Amitiés. Jacques.

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