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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Austin: That's a haunting image on the Columbia River. Congratulations.

    Here's something more mundane at the old Matz Homestead. TriX, yellow filter, 80mm lens.

    [IMG]R1N1 Matz a LFF by John Olsen, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]R1N3 Matz b LFF by John Olsen, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    Nice tuco!
    From today, leaves in Amicalola Creek just up the road from me:
    Thanks Bryan.
    Those are nice Fall season scenes.

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    I get a hangman gallows feeling from that first one, Austin. The weathered fabric really sets the ambience of the image too.



    Snohomish Delta by tuco, on Flickr

    500C/M, CB 60mm, Delta 100, D-23

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    Tuco: You nailed the Snohomish atmosphere for sure, and an intriguing composition too. That 60mm seems to be magic for you.

    Here's a trip to look at the Fall foliage. TriX, yellow filter, 16+8mm extension tubes on the closeup, 80 mm lens.

    [IMG]R1N5 Matz c LFF by John Olsen, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]R1N7 Weed LFF by John Olsen, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Re: MF (6x4.5,6x6,6x7,6x9,6x12) B&W film images sharing

    Back in the Hasselblad V days, the 60mm f4 (chrome, Zeiss made it for 1-2 years) was one of the most often used focal lengths. IMO, one of the best focal lengths for 6x6..

    Bernice

    Quote Originally Posted by John Olsen View Post
    Tuco:
    That 60mm seems to be magic for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Olsen View Post
    Tuco: You nailed the Snohomish atmosphere for sure, and an intriguing composition too. That 60mm seems to be magic for you.
    Thanks John. Yeah I like the lens. I have stopped it down to f19 on occasion to get some near/far in focus and it does okay at that. I also carry that 8mm extension tube as standard equipment in case I need some close up capability. Your shots turned out nice.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bernice Loui View Post
    Back in the Hasselblad V days, the 60mm f4 (chrome, Zeiss made it for 1-2 years) was one of the most often used focal lengths. IMO, one of the best focal lengths for 6x6..
    I purchased this lens not knowing much about it, except it was one of three 'budget' versions made for the camera, because it was being sold at a good price, was in like-new condition and I was looking for something wider than the 80mm that came with the camera. I learned later it has a newer CFi housing (with a crippled feature) and the same optics as the CFi version of the lens; whereas, the other budget lenses have different optics than the CFi versions IIRC.

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    Often sought after Hasselblad lenses from the wedding/pro studio working photographers back then:

    60mm Distagon, leaf shutter.

    100mm Planar, leaf shutter.

    150mm Sonnar, leaf shutter.

    Leaf shutter was absolutely essential for "synchro sun". Extremely common back then to use electronic flash with a given shutter speed. Or why the leaf shutter Hasselblad lenses and basic 500 (fill-in the variant) were SO popular.

    The "F" no shutter in lens, focal plane shutter in body cameras (2000 series) where the least desirable, yet some of the most interesting Zeiss lenses were for the F body only.

    50mm f2.8 Distagon, Large aperture wide angle effects, HEAVY & Big lens, use it at f2.8.

    110mm f2 Planar, 150mm f2.8 Sonnar, Good into out of focus rendition at full aperture, stop down the pentagon iris does not play nice..

    Notable Hasselblad lenses are:

    40mm f4 FLE Distagon.. it's wide.

    135mm f5.6 Macro Planar, likely the least appreciated lens in the Hasselblad system. Excellent close up, excellent at infinity. Can be used with the Variable extension tube, nice combo.

    250mm f5.6 superachromat.. the best of Hasselblad tele lenses..

    CFi hasselblad lenses were the "budget" option back when new, not that popular back then as most working photographers did not like the build and plenty of good used and easy to get service was common back then.

    T* Zeiss lenses offered higher contrast, better flare control than the non T* versions, resolution was much the same.

    Bernice

    Quote Originally Posted by tuco View Post
    I purchased this lens not knowing much about except it was one of three 'budget' versions made because it was being sold at a good price, was in like-new condition and I was looking for something wider than the 80mm that came with the camera. I learned later it has a newer CFi housing (with a crippled feature) and the same optics as the CFi version of the lens; whereas, the other budget lenses have different optics than the CFi versions IIRC.

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    More from a day driving around to capture some older farm buildings Southwest of Madison: TriX with 80mm (top image) and 150mm (lower image) lenses.

    [IMG]R1N12 OnKP LFF by John Olsen, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]R2N1 OnP LFF by John Olsen, on Flickr[/IMG]

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    Main Street HMB, Jumbo "Leica", HP5 (well-aged), Rodinal...


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