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    Default Minolta 28mm f/2.8 MD W. Rokkor Image Thread

    I wasn't too positive about this lens in my review, but browsing through my pictures I started to like this one the most of all the ones I took at this spot.

    It is taken at the Netherlands American Cemetery And Memorial, near the village of Margraten in the south of The Netherlands. It was a very cold day and very few people were present. All these people buried here died in a far-away country, sent to liberate us from the Germans in the 2nd World War. A humbling thought.

    Last edited by addieleman; September 1st, 2012 at 10:29 AM. Reason: New version of the picture

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    Ad, yours is a very strong image and a great tribute to those who gave their lives for freedom. You captured the light beautifully. Thank you so much for posting this image.
    **An evolving camera owner.

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    Default Spring is in the room

    Here's another one. Think I'm starting to like this lens, despite all its shortcomings! I also made a shot with the Panny 20, but I didn't like that one, wrong perspective.


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    I went for a walk around Downtown Sandusky with my 28mm on my E-PL1 so I took some shots.

    Olympus PEN E-PL1 (Slate Blue)
    -14-42mm f3.5-5.6 L

    Minolta SRT 101
    -50mm f1.7 MC Rokkor-PF
    -28mm f2.8
    -135mm f2.8 MC Tele Rokkor-PF
    -Celtic 100-200mm f5.6

    Minolta Hi-Matic F

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    Default Shooting Around with the MC 28 mm

    This week I tested a Pentax 28 mm f 2.8. I decided to give the Minolta MC Rokkor 28 mm f 2.8 a go today. I feel this lens is a little more punchy. Displays more contrast and sharpness.

    I did a few side by side comparos, but It's getting a little too late to post them.

    Here's some images.

    All shot with a G1 / ISO 200 / Aperture 3 / Color EFX Pro.

    Tugs at Dock



    Tugs Close up



    Hurricane Gates

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    Default At last some sun to shoot in....

    Here are a few more from the Minolta Rokkor 28mm f 2.8

    Rumford, RI. Old Mill Pond

    G1 / Rokkor 28mm f 2.8 / Aperture / NIK Color Efx Pro




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    Default Rokkor 28mm f2.8 on the frame

    Here's the lens and adapter on my G1. Fast becoming a favorite combo of mine...

    MD Rokkor 28mm . f 2.8 / Fotasy adapter / metal hood


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    Default Under the Bridge

    G1 / MD Rokkor 28mm/f2.8- Aperture 3

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    Default Peonies Today...

    Finally Some Sunny Days.... The opportunity for contrast at last!

    Note the little bug flying in from the left hand side.... cool.

    GF1 / MD Rokkor 28mm / f 2.8 / Aperture 3 / NIK Define


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    Amazingly sharp ... well not really amazingly ... but a really sharp image. Never remembered Rokkor being that sharp.

    G
    "Everywhere you look there are photographs, it is the call of photographers to see and capture them."- Gary Ayala
    My Snaps are Here: Unsharp At Any Speed
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