1. Roboticspro

    Manual Lens TTartisan 100mm f2.8 Triplet (Soap Bubble Bokeh Monster)

    Good Afternoon, I received the lens this morning, mounted it to my Canon 5D Mk II via a cheap "chipped" adapter, and had some fun. It is very well built, all metal with a good feel, similar to old SMC Pentax lenses and the like. It is an air-spaced triplet, with a 13-blade iris, 49mm filter...
  2. L0n3Gr3yW0lf

    Manual Lens TTArtisan 100mm f 2.8 Macro 2x Tilt-Shift

    Still testing out this new lens. Tried out the Shift ability, while only 8° in each direction, it gave me approximately 56 MP in 1:1 format out of my 32 MP sensor in panorama stitching, not bad but not great. I was shooting handheld ao the alignment is not perfect all around but it was easily...
  3. theoldsmithy

    Micro 4/3 Showcase TTArtisan 25mm f2

    First few shots, taken with my E-M5 mk II. All shot at f2.8 or f4 and SOOC jpegs.
  4. MountainMan79

    Leica Showcase TTartisan 50mm f/1.4 ASPH

    Some of the first shots off my new M10-P with this lens. SOOC. First shot was rotated slightly to get it level. Wide open. It should be noted, although this lens shipped with the usual screw and chart for making adjustments, absolutely none were needed.
  5. Pauhana

    Micro 4/3 TTArtisan 23mm f1.4 or maybe a 25

    Been thinking of adding a lens in this range to my bag. Been reading some on 23 so know the good and bad, but it does sound interesting For days when I just want to walk around town and shoot And not carry my 12-100. Any thoughts on 23 vs 25. Anyone even using 25? Would be using on...
  6. MoonMind

    Nikon TTArtisan 27mm f/2.8 coming to Nikon Z After the release of the Z 26mm f/2.8, not the most exciting piece of news, but given the very low price tag, interesting nonetheless. Christopher is a bit of a perfectionist, but in a good...
  7. Alf

    Nature Gathering courage

    I’m not a nature guy, but others are - and here I am walking uphill in the middle of it, although a manicured version of it: the Burcina natural reserve, courtesy of the Piacenza cashmere overlords.. I decided to add courage to courage and got out with the cute TTartisan 23mm f/1,4 to see if I...