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Ned

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Thanks! And I take that compliment well coming from a guy who has many great looking classic lenses on his camera. ;)
 

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Kern Paillard 25mm F/1.5
circa 1957
 

Ned

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Kern Paillard 25mm F/1.5
circa 1957
Aww... I wanna see this one with the lens cap off!

I love those old 50's lenses... I have this one, circa 1953...
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(1953 KMZ Jupiter-3 50mm f/1.5)
 

nickthetasmaniac

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EPL2 and SMC Pentax 1:1.2 50mm

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A Hanimar 135mm 3.5 lens I found it today in a Thrift Store. I already have one but this is of a different design or style. It was also in perfect condition for $10

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This is the first time that my E-P2 has dwarfed a lens rather than the other way around.
 

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Nothing exotic here... all pics taken with Lumix LX-5

Sigma 28-70mm zoom
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Minolta MD Rokkor 28mm/2.8
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Makinon 80-200mm zoom
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Sigma 80-200mm zoom
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ke7dbx

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Nothing exotic here... all pics taken with Lumix LX-5

Sigma 80-200mm zoom
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Who said you could use my lens! :) I have the same model. It is also one of my favorite lenses in my collection. Long live the Sigma 80-200mm zoom.
 

ke7dbx

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Yep that Sigma 80-200 is one of my favorites as well. Nice build, good images. It's freaking long and heavy though.
Tell me about it! My t-mount 500mm lens is lighter then this sucker. Hehe. My only issue. My bag that I had my lens it dropped and dented the part of the lens that has the filter threads. Now I can't use filters on it. I don't feel confident on knocking it back into alignment.
 

addieleman

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Nice Minolta stuff

These are two of my latest finds. I'm showing them here because they also deliver very good IQ, besides being nice :smile:.

The Minolta MD Zoom 75-150mm 1:4. The only zoom so far in my ever-expanding collection that is really sharp at f/5.6.
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The Minolta MD 135mm 1:2.8. A lot lighter than some earlier 135/2.8 Rokkors and just as good, meaning perfectly sharp at f/4.
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oldnikkor

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Contax Tessar lens, black and nickel 1932

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ke7dbx

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Looks well proportioned on your camera. Cool pict.
 

oldnikkor

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Thanks! I like it a lot. It wasn't known as a particularly sharp lens even when it was new, but it takes real nice portraits. Soft and dreamy but still sharp and detailed.
 

DDBazooka

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Just got my M42 adapter. I'd use my Super Takumar but it is currently taped to my window (literally) undergoing treatment. This will have to do:

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brian watkins

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Ok, here's my ep3 with a couple of my fav. lenses on it. Taken btw with an Oly E-500 and an adapted rokkor 50mm/f.17

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Eadfrith

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Does anyone have any pics of the GF2 with a 50mm Pentax (I have a 50mm f1.7 SMC-M) ? Im wondering how big it really is
 

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