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Discussion in 'Adapted Lens Sample Image Showcase' started by dbuckle, Dec 4, 2010.
Wooden Dock by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Come In by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
This is nice too. Lovely colours
First pic with my Hexanon 135mm f3.5 on my EP1, not very good but trying to get used to manual focus!
*uses Phoenix Down*
Now to resurrect an old thread!
It was a boring day weather wise for photos, but I'm happy to see this lens, which I got for $15 shipped, is fairly good. I did apply some sharpening in LR. It's hard to get focus exactly right with this focal length on the LCD.
Saturday Afternoon Hockey by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Wow that's freaking out my eyes. I like it tho
So dbuckle, what did you do to get that effect? Lens settings or somthiin?
To you or anyone that has used this lens and the 3.2 version. Which do you prefer and why ?
They are both good. f3.2 is a little sharper than the 3.5, but the 3.5 is more compact, lighter. Buy both - since you are in the states, buy from keh.com - http://www.keh.com/Camera/format-35...th-Lenses?s=1&bcode=KT&ccode=6&cc=3156&r=WG&f - $47, and $23 - you guys have it good
I added a edge blur action using Kubota Tools a PS plugin. I have both the 3.5 and 3.2. I use the 3.2 more often because it is a little sharper.
Afternoon Game by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Hexanon 135mm 3.5 lens by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Would you say this is the best of the 135s? Or is the f3.2 a better balance of sharpness and size?
Also: is there an FD or SR (or "MD", if you prefer) mount 135 that you can recommend? (I'm trying to keep my adapted lenses within as few mounts as possible. I inherited several FD lenses and plan on buying a couple more MD lenses.)
I think that everyone made a good 135mm lens and both the Minolta and FD lenses are excellent glass. I have several 135mm lenses of different brands but if I only kept one it would be the Hexanon 135mm 3.2. The 3.5 is a little smaller and gives a good image but the 3.2 is a little sharper. I wouldn't worry about lens mounts as adapters have gotten so cheap its not really an issue, I also have an OM mount that is quite small but I like the photos I get from the Konica lenses better. But then again I love all Konica glass.:smile:
Fisherman's ShackBW by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Solar Logix by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Don -I love "Solar Logix"!
Wow.. Just like me .. Sorta.. I started with Minolta MD Gear and stuck to purchasing only in that mount for a long time, so that I can still use it with my film bodies, but then I also inherited some FD glass (amazing ones) . . Well actually someone still living gave me them, and recently I purchased a great set of Konica gear for next to nothing. So I am using FD, MD and AR mount glass too.
I have a Canon FL 135mm f2.5, a Minolta MD Rokkor 135mm f2.8, a Tamron 135mmf 2.8 (MD mount) and a Vivitar 135mm f2.5 (MD mount).
I have not used the Vivitar yet really, but I feel the others all perform about the same. I have not done any detailed testing, but if there is much difference between them it's not overtly noticeable. I think you will find most 135mm 2.8 lenses of that era about the same and you will be hard pressed to find a bad performer.
I do not yet have a Hexanon 135mm which is why I was asking about it, since I am thinking of getting one. Mostly to round off my collection and so I can take out with me one set at at time with only one adapter.
Good taste, sir the only thing better than Konica glass on a micro four thirds body is Konica glass on my FS-1.
Mr Alma's House 229 by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Mr Alma's House 184 by dbuckle2695, on Flickr
Take a look at this thread comparing the 3 Konica 135 lenses (F2.5, 3.2, 3.5): http://forum.mflenses.com/konica-hexanon-ar-135mm-f3-2-t20222.html
The 3.2 is the sharpest of the bunch, but it's main benefit is its minimum focus distance of 1 meter.
I wonder how the Hexanon 135mm f3.2 lens would fair being tested against the Canon 135mm f2.5 & Tamron 135mm f2.5 Close focus lenses.
I have an older Hexanon f3.5 and love this lens for its light weight and image clarity. It is sharp wide open and is an amazing portrait lens.
Mario lazing in the barn by gscara posted Sep 17, 2016 at 5:29 PM
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Geese78 by Dave Buckle, on Flickr