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Olympus OM Zuiko 500mm ƒ/8, on a Metabones Speedbooster Ultra, for an effective 350mm ƒ/5.6. No processing — JPEG out of camera:
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Two portraits: same place, same lady, different lens

With adapted Kodak Cine 50mm f1.6

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and this one with a Bell&Howell 2" f1.4 projection lens (for 16mm film),

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With the Kodak was easy: just frame and focus, while the Bell&Howell was hand-held freelensing since there is no room to crate a mount (the back focus is too short at infinity with the rear of the lens going inside the throat of the camera!). This is the furthermost I can still focus, anything else is closer. There is also no aperture control.
 

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First experiments with my new Helios 44M, with reversed front element and focal reducer:

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My bloke doing a yard clean up with his 1950s McCormick AOS-6 tractor. I decided to give my Canon FD 35mm f2.8 a try with the focal reducer, which was much better than using a dumb adapter, or on the original 35mm film (I never liked the focal length).
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