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Randomly picked a lens out of my box of junk this morning and ended up with a CZJ Pancolar 50mm f1.8 (Zebra) to take out with Jasper on our walk.

We do the same route pretty much every day so these are an attempt to see things a little more differently.

Pancolar 1 TIPF.jpg

Pancolar 2 TIPF.jpg

Pancolar 3 TIPF.jpg

T1 and Pancolar.jpg

 

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Number 3 works very nicely for me.

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I like these BP. The first is very artistic. What adapter are you using?

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Some interesting images there BP especially the first one.

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2 hours ago, Bill said:

I like these BP. The first is very artistic. What adapter are you using?

One of my K&F Concept adapters, this one is a M42 to Fuji X. They're just basic mount-to-mount but the Fuji still meters and with focus peaking is easy enough to nail the focus.

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Bunged the same lens in my bag this afternoon when out with the family.

 

Its a bit of fun when you get spectral highlights you can de-focus.
Pancolar Thornley TIPF 2.jpg

 

But an amazing bit of glass when you get all the settings nailed down.
Pancolar Thornley TIPF 1.jpg

 

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You’ve gotta love those vintage lenses.......I have been using one of mine this week too.

FUJI

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loving the light tones and bokeh of number one and three.

 

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12 hours ago, FUJI said:

You’ve gotta love those vintage lenses.......I have been using one of mine this week too.

FUJI

I haven't used mine for a few weeks so it was nice to get back into the swing of things. 

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