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NEX-5 with.. visoflex? Why?
Old 10-27-2017   #1
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NEX-5 with.. visoflex? Why?

I was bored and stuck my visoflex on the NEX-5, then stuck a Tominon enlarger lens on it.





I wanted to stick the 135 Elmarit on it, but I cant find my focusing helical so this will have to do for now.
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I want a Visoflex !
Then maybe some Telyt for a beginning.
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Yes, fun, but you didn't answer "Why?"

The Tominon 75mm f/4.5 lens is a macro lens for a Polaroid 4x5 macro/copy camera.

It's engineered to cover 4x5 at 2x to 6.5x and is probably best in that range. I have a couple of these MP-4 macro lenses, and have experimented a bit. There are probably better macro lenses for the APS sensor.

Mirrorless cameras are terrific for macro.
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