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Thread: Focus Issues on 1866 Voigtlander Petzval

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    Re: Focus Issues on 1866 Voigtlander Petzval

    You have an amazing protrait lens, single question is if (for you) it will work better for head&shoulders or for half body, also it will work very different for 45, 57 or 810. Just imagine you are a 1866 photographer and you have to earn money with this glass, you only have this one. Fantastic protraits will come...

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    Re: Focus Issues on 1866 Voigtlander Petzval

    Awesome thanks Pere!!! I will be testing it out this weekend I'm thinking Head Shoulder super tight shot....I will shoot 5x7 first then move up to 8x10 Happy to have acquired this lens since my fastest acting lens is an f5. The f4 should cut my exposure time to 6-8 sec

    Quote Originally Posted by Pere Casals View Post
    You have an amazing protrait lens, single question is if (for you) it will work better for head&shoulders or for half body, also it will work very different for 45, 57 or 810. Just imagine you are a 1866 photographer and you have to earn money with this glass, you only have this one. Fantastic protraits will come...
    Last edited by Nine7Three; 15-Mar-2018 at 07:53. Reason: type-o

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