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  1. phigmov

    Nikon Nikon F4 viewfinder thread - DK-19 fit like a DK-2?

    Picked up a Nikon F4 a few months back and now I'm keen to run a roll through it. View-finder is missing the rubber ring on the eye-piece - those actually seem pretty rare and pricey. But I'd be happy with a DK-2 (also seemingly rare and pricey). DK-19's seem to have cheaper off-brand options -...
  2. William Lewis

    Nikon Showcase F4 test shots

    Nothing really special but after the trouble figuring out how to run it :) Used the 50/1.4 AF & 20/2.8 AF-D. I will note that getting used to it's metering will take a wee bit.
  3. OldRex

    Micro 4/3 Thinking of switching 40-150 F2.8 to 40-150 F4

    I am thinking of switching from the F2.8 40-150 Pro to the F4 40-150 Pro I am well aware of the negatives i.e. no support for converters and poorer lower light performance (and I have the MC20 and MC14) I am feeling compelled because of the smaller size and weight. One of the reasons I...
  4. The Quiet Photographer

    Goodbye F3, hello F4

    A couple of days ago my G’Daughter sent me a message enquiring whether I still had my film cameras. My wife has wanted me to cut down on the number of cameras I own, so I said yes I had a couple she could have, and duly sent her images of my F3 and F4. After researching she decided she would...
  5. pdk42

    L-Mount L-mount short telephoto options - 70-300 vs 70-200 f4

    Anyone got any views on these two lenses? The 70-300 seems to get very mixed reviews which leads me to conclude there's a lot of copy variation. The 70-200 looks a better option, but it's more pricey of course and only goes to 200mm without the TC.
  6. Simonix

    Micro 4/3 Showcase OM System 40-150mm f4 Pro

    Couldn’t see a showcase thread for this new lens from OMDS, so thought I’d start one. Got my copy this morning. Can’t believe how small this thing is. Goes well on the Pen F as well as the larger EM1. Handles very well, and appears to be nice and sharp. A couple of quick and dirty snaps of my...
  7. Coksic

    Nikon Showcase Nikon AF Nikkor 70-210mm f4

    I had a dilemma whether I should buy this lens, or a 28-105mm Nikkor! This 70-210mm won, only because I already have a 28-85mm! So far, I like it! Panorama
  8. The Quiet Photographer

    Nikon Basking Foxes withNikkon 24-120mm f4 G

    On Monday morning I saw a pair of foxes lazing in the sun at the bottom of my garden and managed to get four images before one noticed I was watching. I was about 60 feet away and behind doubled glazed doors and absolutely still so how it sensed my presence is a mystery.
  9. phigmov

    Wide Angle Macro - Anyone tried the Opteka 15mm f4?

    Noticed some of these going cheap on Evilbay. Anyone tried one? Any good? Or are they garbage? I read that they are similar to the Laowa 15mm f4 Macros but without the Shift capability.
  10. Tim Williams

    Nikon Tamron 70-210 f4 does'nt like my Z7

    Not that this is a deal breaker, I don't plan to shoot long very much at all. I have the 14-30 S and the 50 1.8 S and I can go with that for a while. Anyone else having issues with Tamron lenses. I have heard a few grumbles about incompatibility but maybe a firmware fix will do the trick. I...
  11. Provincetown, Ma

    Provincetown, Ma

    Race point....
  12. Fallen leaf

    Fallen leaf

  13. Double miniature falls

    Double miniature falls

  14. Miniature falls

    Miniature falls

  15. Bearded Lichen

    Bearded Lichen

  16. Windblown hedgerow

    Windblown hedgerow

  17. wooden skull?

    wooden skull?

  18. windblown tree

    windblown tree

  19. tree near Furze Cross

    tree near Furze Cross

  20. Orchard at East Charleton

    Orchard at East Charleton

  21. windblown trees in Great Luscombe

    windblown trees in Great Luscombe

  22. Looking east from Great Luscombe

    Looking east from Great Luscombe

  23. Duncombe Cross

    Duncombe Cross

  24. A glowing, empty husk

    A glowing, empty husk

  25. Green Carpet

    Green Carpet

  26. Brimstone Moth

    Brimstone Moth

  27. Herb Robert

    Herb Robert

    The flower is about 0.7" (18 mm) across, and growing on the stone wall at the rear of my cottage.
  28. White Violet

    White Violet

  29. White Violet

    White Violet

  30. Bursting Bramble bud

    Bursting Bramble bud

  31. Water Drop on Lords and Ladies

    Water Drop on Lords and Ladies

  32. Local Lane

    Local Lane

    A scanned negative from Voigtlander Bessa R with 25mm f/4 Snapshot Skopar, HP5 film
  33. Rosie on verandah of "Urusvati" in Kulu Valley

    Rosie on verandah of "Urusvati" in Kulu Valley

    Rosie Kerr at "Urusvati", the former house of Nicholas Roerich in the Kulu Valley, India, scanned in from an FP4 negative, October 1979
  34. Rosie crossing the Beas River

    Rosie crossing the Beas River

    This is Rosie Kerr, 72 years young being ferried across the Beas River in traditional style on inflated buffalo skins, scanned in from an FP4 negative, October 1979
  35. Chamba

    Chamba

    This is Chamba, head sherpa on a trek in Himachal Pradesh and Lahoul, October 1979, scanned from an FP4 negative
  36. Baharri-lal

    Baharri-lal

    A sherpa and devout Buddhist on a trek in Himachal Pradesh and Lahoul, October 1979, scanned from an FP4 negative
  37. Himalayan Herdsman

    Himalayan Herdsman

    Scanned from an FP4 negative, Leica M3, 90mm f/4 Elmar. A Himalayan herdsman in the Pir Punchal (Outer Himalaya, approx 8,000 feet) in October 1979, Himachal Pradesh, India
  38. Men at Foden Steam Wagon

    Men at Foden Steam Wagon

    Scanned from a Tri-X negative, Leica M3, 90mm f/4 Elmar
  39. Cloud and sun

    Cloud and sun

  40. Rusty gudgeon

    Rusty gudgeon

  41. Clouds above the lane

    Clouds above the lane

    This is the scene above the lane up the hill behind my cottage
  42. Cloudscape

    Cloudscape

  43. Slapton Sands Memorial

    Slapton Sands Memorial

  44. Start point Lighthouse pre dawn

    Start point Lighthouse pre dawn

  45. sunrise at Start Point on 25th January 2011

    sunrise at Start Point on 25th January 2011

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