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Jacques M. Posted - Aug 14 2015 : 11:08:29 AM
Hello,

A photo made with my 1940 8/2,8cm Tessar. A non coated lens, which is more sensible with landscapes. No problem with my red cat!


http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent/1482015_CCI14082015_00001.bmp

Jacques.

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Alfa2 Posted - Sep 30 2016 : 1:48:31 PM
I will try to take some photos with prewar optics for FED too. It will be easy with NEX. With FED NKVD it will be much more difficult.
Jacques M. Posted - Sep 30 2016 : 08:16:31 AM

Never with my 3,5/50 "solid" macro, nor the 4,5/28.
I will try with that last lens: the results interest me too, even if my lens is not in great condition. But you made beautiful photos with it.
Concerning the 3,5/50, 2/50 and the 6,3/100, I look for!

Jacques.
Alfa2 Posted - Sep 30 2016 : 08:06:36 AM
Nice photos Jacques.
Do you have any photos made with russian prewar lenses for FED NKVD ?
Jacques M. Posted - Sep 30 2016 : 07:43:58 AM
Much less flare when at 90 from the sun...


http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent/3092016_CCI30092016_00002.bmp

I love this Tessar which is light and easy to use.
The only problem is the limited aperture (f8 !).

Jacques.

Jacques M. Posted - Sep 30 2016 : 07:34:32 AM

http://www.ussrphoto.com/UserContent/3092016_CCI30092016_00000.bmp

A bit flare with this lens when you are close to the sun.


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