Category: Legacy Lenses Reviews

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Auto-Topcor RE 35mm f/2.8

RE Auto-Topcor 35mm f/2.8 Crop Zones Center - 100% Crops Zone A - 100% Crops Zone B - 100% Crops Zone C - 100% Crops To help this page survive, your donation will be highly appreciated. 

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A.Schacht Ulm Travegon 35mm f3.5 R

A.Schacht Ulm Travegon 35mm f3.5 R - One of the nicest design lenses IMHO. Even the original packaging, that I don't have unfortunately, was great looking. My sample is in Exakta mount. Crop zones: Center 100% crops: Zone A - 100% crops:   Zone B - 100% crops: Zone C - 100% crops: This lens…

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Canon FD 35mm f/2 (Thorium)

Canon FD 35mm f2 with concave front element. Lens known as radioactive, due to the usage of rare earth element Thorium or Lanthium. Lens is visible yellow, and this can be cured by exposing it to the UV light, but I don't want to, as it makes nice yellow filter for BW. I am mentioning…

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Canon FDn 35mm f/2

Canon FDn 35mm f/2 Crop Areas: Center 100% crops:   Zone A - 100% crops: Zone B - 100% crops: Zone C 100% - crops: Canon FDn 35mm f/2 has shown some very good results here. Wide open, it is very sharp in the center with just slightly softer corners. CA is also not significant,…

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Carl Zeiss Planar T* 35mm f/2 (Contax G)

Carl Zeiss Planar T* 35mm f/2 (Contax G) Crop Zones Center 100% Crops: Zone A 100% Crops:   Zone B 100% Crops:   Zone C 100% Crops: Carl Zeiss Planar 35mm f/2 has probably weakest reputation among Contax G primes. From the results above, it indeed shows some flaws, especially lack of breath taking sharpness…

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Which 35mm lens is the best? Battle of 35mm lenses on Sony NEX 7. Part I Bokeh.

Here it is - a comparison contest between 20 lenses at 35mm focal length, mounted on Sony NEX 7. Why those 20 lenses? Why many 35mm lenses are missing? The answers is simple - I have those 20 lenses and do not have others. If anyone, who will read this review, have one of those…

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NEX 7 + Minolta AF 300 f2.8 APO G HS + Canon EF 300 f2.8 L IS + Canon FD 300 f4 L

For a long time now, I wanted to try some of those "Super-Tele" lenses on a tinny NEX 7.By making this brief test, I realized once again, that everything is about compromises. Especially in photography, when it comes to the equipment.So, if you just want to know - which lens is better... don't read further.Here…

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