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Panolyman

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My neighbour's apples, tantalisingly overhanging our boundary hedge.
Lumix G2 / Olympus OM 135mm f2.8 lens.

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These were the first shots I took with my recently acquired OM 135mm f2.8, on my Lumix G7.
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Leica Macro-Elmar-R 100 4 (bellows)
 

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I've got a couple orb weaver spiders hanging around the yard. I suppose I should get a macro lense or some extenders but I just slapped the Takumar 50/1.4 on the Pen F and stuck it in his face. It sure isn't sharp (manual focus with that sucker moving around was fun) and this was taken at ISO 5000 since it was getting dark, but I like the look. I'm truly humbled when I see some of the fantastic macro shots others have posted.

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MC-20 + Tamron SP 70-300mm F4-5.6 Di VC USD

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Taylor Hobson Cooke Kinic 1" f1.5 "c-mount" lens
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I finally received the Leica M to mu/43 adaptor.
These are with the 1957 vintage Leica 9cm f4 Elmar lens I recently picked up, on my Lumix G7.
They all took a bit of processing, as the lens, though appearing clear, exhibits a bit of fogginess.
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The lens weighs a ton and as the G7 hasn't got any stabilisation, I was waving all over the place; hence the first shot somewhat blurred. :rolleyes:
 

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Pentax K 28mm f2.0

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f4.5 @ 1/1000s, ISO 200
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Auto Sears 55/1.4 @ f4.0

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Having fun with the pixco focal reducer and the Minolta 50 mm 1.4 Rokkor pg and my trusty old gf1. Much easier to take photos with the focal feducer over the regular adapter. Though it was tricky after using my Sony Nex-6 with focus peaking. Photos are edited.
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Five or six years ago I picked up the SMC Takumar 200 f4 for $15. It's pretty much sat on the shelf because I was too lazy to haul that big hunk of metal around. But I pulled it out today to stroll around the San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary. My wife tells me that brown pelican on the right is fairly rare. She's my wife so I guess I have to believe her.

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