Adapted Lens Image Thread

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Olympus OM Zuiko 50mm ƒ/1.2 with Metabones Speedbooster Ultra, for an effective 35mm ƒ/0.8.

Looks like I caught an airliner and a meteor. I think the "gappiness" in the lower right was due to clouds moving through.

The EXIF data says ten seconds, but this was a Live Composite shot over about 45 minutes. I looked through all the EXIF/IPTC data, and there doesn't seem to be any clue in there that this was a Live Composite shot. It would be nice if Olympus had stuffed some fields with things like total number of shots and total time.
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Bought some used stuff from a guy last week. One of the items was this Focal 135mm f/2.8 K mount.

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I wasn't paying a lot of attention to it or the other Pentax stuff because I was mainly after the Argus 3C in the lot. When I got it all home I found the 135 has had the aperture blades removed. Maybe someone can tell me the purpose of this. I thought I'd mount it to the G9 and see what it'd do. I probably should've cleaned it first.

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Backlit Silver Dollar pods

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Holy Bokeh! and what's with the rainbow?

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My dog's ear, indoor natural light from about 6' away.

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Maybe they were bent or oily and the previous owner couldn't figure out how to get them back together.
I've got a 28 or 35mm lens like that.
Thanks. I thought maybe no blades would be wider than open blades and it'd make the lens faster, but I checked it against another 2.8 and it's still right around where it should be.
 

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Industar 61 52mm 2.8
 

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Kodak Cine 63mm f=2.7 @f=4 - One of my favorite lens to use.
 

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Out with the "Survivor" Super-Takumar 50/1.4

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Olympus OM-D E-M1.1; Pentax Super Takumar 50mm f1.4; Shot at 1/320s @ f8.0, ISO 200
 

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Just arrived in the mail today, late model Olympus OM 100mm f/2.8, Zuiko (no MC). Date code says TNC7, = July '83.
So just a sample pic, to make sure the lens works.

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Same patch of sea oats as with the 50, this time with the Super Takumar 35mm f3.5.

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Converted to monochrome .ORF in PSE. Adjusted for highlights and contrast. 1/1600s @ f5.6, ISO 200
 

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Just to be different, a 4/3 Skink Zone Sieve Pinhole, adapted to m4/3 with a pinhole-to-sensor distance of about 25mm. Originally on 4/3 that distance was 42mm.
Currently Skink are working on a new m4/3 model, presumably with the pinhole even closer to the sensor.
The pic is my favorite lemon tree, as seen above,

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