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Old 11-28-2012   #161
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7II with 43mm and mamiya polarizer for the 2nd shot. Kodak Ektar 100 and low res scans. Copyrite 2012 Karl Wertanen

The old Ore Dock in Marquette Michigan on Lake Superior.


A random stream near Munising Michigan during the 1st week of October.
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Old 11-29-2012   #162
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that last one looks beautiful, nicely seen.
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Mam7ii + 43mm + velvia 100f
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Very very nice!

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Old 12-09-2012   #166
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Mamiya 7 w/43mm, Kodak 100vs, Scanned with epson 4990, processed w/PhotoNinja and PS6
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Mamiya 7 w/43mm, Kodak 100vs, Scanned with epson 4990, processed w/PhotoNinja and PS6
Is 100VS a portra? Is it still in production?

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No, Kodak 100vs is a slide film and is discontinued. Only have 3 more rolls left in the freezer.
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No, Kodak 100vs is a slide film and is discontinued. Only have 3 more rolls left in the freezer.
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Old 01-16-2013   #170
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Mamiya 7II, 50mm, Kodak Portra 160VC


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Nice Levi! Love the 2nd and 4th shot. Not helping the 7II cravings
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Nice Levi! Love the 2nd and 4th shot. Not helping the 7II cravings
Thanks! haha I understand completely, I only bought my 7II a few weeks ago.
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I have a 150mm, a 65mm, and a 43mm

I just can't bring myself to buy another lens in between those, they seem to be fairly good at capturing what I need. But I can see using the 50mm for some things. Still it's all about budget, and that says NO lol.

I've actually started shooting at f/16 lately, I just like the full detail deep detail. With the 43mm I haven't noticed any center resolution issues. Or do you mean specifically with the 50mm?

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Markus, that first shot is amazing. Did you just get lucky for the train to stay in one place for 60 seconds, or did you plan it that way?
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As you stop down, the border resolution starts to increase, while the center resolution first increases and than dectreases. The test mentioned around f8 would be perfect. I haven't done any resolution tests with my lenses.

Well, just to give you some help: I know, that in the DSLR-World an IQ like that is very rare - even if you want to spend $$$ or $$$$$. The only lens, I own that can keep up with that is the Canon 40mm STM for very small $. Why? Because its optical design is somehow similar. All other lenses with shorter focal lenght don't deliver such IQ in the corners - Except the ZEISS Distagon 21mm or Tilt/Shift lenses, but again: $$$$. So Mamiya has manufactured very fine lenses. The system isn't cheap, but every lens seems to be worth the money. There is no lens with a disapointing performance - and after 7 years with Canon I like that idea.
I also think there will never be a rangefinder again like the Mamiya 7 , so if you can, go for this lens. There is a certain difference between the 43mm and the 50mm.

And if you take a look at the image cirlce of a Mamiya lens and a Canon lens, you get more with the Mamiya lens
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As you stop down, the border resolution starts to increase, while the center resolution first increases and than dectreases. The test mentioned around f8 would be perfect. I hacen't done any resolution tests with my lenses.

Well, just to give you some help: I know, that in the DSLR-World an IQ like that is very rare - even if you want to spend $$$ or $$$$$. The only lens, I own that can keep up with that is the Canon 40mm STM for very small $. Why? Because its optical design is somehow similar. All other lenses with shorter focal lenght don't deliver such IQ in the corners - Except the ZEISS Distagon 21mm or Tilt/Shift lenses, but again: $$$$. So Mamiya has manufactured very fine lenses. The system isn't cheap, but every lens seems to be worth the money. There is no lens with a disapointing performance - and after 7 years with Canon I like that idea.
Also I think there will never be a rangefinder again like the Mamiya 7 , so if you can, go for this lens. There is a certain difference between the 43mm and the 50mm.

And if you take a look at the imagecirlce of a Mamiya lens and a Canon lens, you get more with the Mamiya lens
Thanks that was very helpful, I was actually considering the 40mm STM but you need the adapter for full frame cameras, so it's still $400+ but you've given me some thought...

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Mamiya 7 w/43mm lens, scanned with epson 4990 and betterscanning holder



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Mamiya 7 w/43mm lens, scanned with epson 4990 and betterscanning holder
Wow both are great especially the second, is that Velvia?

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Kodak E100VS is the first one and the second is Kodak E100G with Cokin Polarizer
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Kodak E100VS is the first one and the second is Kodak E100G with Cokin Polarizer
Thanks,

I'm surprised at the second, good to know though I'll know soon how it works for me I just shot a roll, did you expose at box? The first one seems. Bit under exposed, the second is perfect

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This thread has convinced me, I NEED this camera. Anyone wanting to part with a 7/7II kit with 65 or 80mm lens?
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This thread has convinced me, I NEED this camera. Anyone wanting to part with a 7/7II kit with 65 or 80mm lens?
These happen to be the 2 lenses I use with my 7 - it's a great kit, super portable. But I'm not letting mine go anytime soon Try that auction site, you can get a 7 body for $600 if you're patient...

Here's one with the 80mm f/4, Velvia 50, unedited photolab scan


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Joined the club this morning. Picked up a mint black 7II and 65mm for a good price, glad I was patient for a few days instead of jumping in right away, ended up saving about $600!
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A recent picture from the 7 with the 50mm lens, I'm starting to get comfortable with this focal length.
Our glorious spring magnolias here in Vancouver.
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Two photos from Peloponnese, both Provia, the first one with the 150mm and the second with the 43mm:


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Two photos from Peloponnese, both Provia, the first one with the 150mm and the second with the 43mm:

Love this one, really nice, and the exposure is nailed, tricky with all that snow and slide film.
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Love this one, really nice, and the exposure is nailed, tricky with all that snow and slide film.
Thanks gman! I usually meter on the deep blue sky when the handheld meter is not available or, as in that case, when the scene is back-lit.
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What CPL are some of you using? I've seen the mamiya one, but am looking for something a bit newer and more available, preferably with scale marking on the outside of the filter so you can tell how much polarization is happening.
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The dedicated mamiya one is the best choice for a polarizer.
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I just picked up a Mamiya 7II + 65mm f/4 + accessories (incl. the polarizer filter) for under $1k.

Can't wait to shoot it when I find the time!

These are from a borrowed 7II + 80mm lens -- sorry if you have seen them already:

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Yea I agree these are great! What film/dev is that? The B&W shots I mean.

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Spring time in Vancouver kinda makes up for it's drab winters,Peter
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