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September 2010

Sony NEX-5 w/Zeiss Distagon 18/4 ZM

The duck pond at Jericho Park. The ducks are convinced that everyone who stops have something edible to share and make a bee line for you.

The Distagon has some edge fall off - but not more than any other wide/ultra wide.

This series was one of those 30 min. rolls. I wanted to finish it off so I could run 5 rolls through in Pyrocat HD with a "faster" processing tim. Semi stand for 18 min with agitation at 3/6/9/12 and 15 minutes. Looks like I loose a bit of speed - maybe 1/2 stop compared to the semi stand and a shake/twist at 20 minutes for a total of 40 min.

@azabu-jyuban, tokyo, jun/2009

Contax RX

Carl Zeiss Distagon T* 18mm F4.0

 

Kodak E100G

 

I always notice that I have not taken the photo of it after I took a bite :-)

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Sunrise is a very rare sight for me :)

September 2010

Sony NEX-5 w/Zeiss Distagon 18/4 ZM

(Updated 4/29 using Raw Photo Processor this time.)

This was a bit of an experiment. I put the Distagon 18mm on the R4M and no auxiliary finder. Using the 21mm frame in the Bessa R4M and "adding" a bit outside the lines - it worked quite well. A couple of shots were too tight, but mostly it worked. On the other hand, the Zeiss 18mm finder is so good that it is almost a pity not using it - but in a pinch, you can use the R4.

My favourite three at Jericho Park. The trunk is weathered and looks like cast in concrete.

Shooting straight into the sun. Very little flare. The field at Jericho park had lots of water on it - to the great enjoyment of the canada geese that hand around there.

We took a walk in Jericho - just to shoot a roll with the Zeiss Distagon 18mm. Weather was actually co-operating and sun came out. With an f4 lens and 100 iso film you need a bit more light.

The wooden sculpture at Jericho Beach. One day I should read up on it and see what it represents. Keep forgetting to do that .

just trying out the close focus on the Distagon 18mm. Th distance is simply my arm - from the elbow to the hand. I have a couple of cameras where here is a piece of gaffers tape around the strap that will give me 0,5m - but not on the Bessa R4M (or the tape had fallen off).

Looks like a pre-historic bird! The Distagon 18mm has a nice look to it. What I like about the Zeiss ZM lens line is that they all are pretty much the same in its rendering, just the angle of view changes.

Ah, finally feels like summer.

View from the top of the Arc de Triomphe with the Eiffel Tower in the background.

Beautiful Victoria, B.C.

This one is straight from the camera. Oooo, I really like this lens!

@ yuigahama, kanagawa, nov/2009

Contax RX

Carl Zeiss T* Distagon 18mm F4.0

 

Fuji PRO400H (Naniwa Color Kit)

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いい写真, とれましたか? :-)

 

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@ yuigahama, kanagawa, nov/2009

Contax RX

Carl Zeiss T* Distagon 18mm F4.0

 

Fuji PRO400H (Naniwa Color Kit)

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想像するにこういう感じの気持ちでありましょぉ・・・

 

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@oze, gunma, jul/2011

Contax RX

Carl Zeiss Distagon T* 17mm F4.0

 

ILFORD PAN F PLUS / XTOL 1:3

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Thank you for your wonderful testimonials, Connate san, camerafool san .

I upload this photo for you guys :-)

 

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@ yuigahama, kanagawa, nov/2009

Contax RX

Carl Zeiss T* Distagon 18mm F4.0

 

Fuji PRO400H (Naniwa Color Kit)

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Vancouver in 60 seconds.

100lbs of fresh berries? Pie Time!

He nicely held the Vette in place for me. It was a 1958, original silver colour - evidently the only year when it came in this colour. Pretty perfect shape too.

View of downtown Vancouver from Spanish Banks after our walk in the forest around UBC.

Leica M5

Zeiss Distagon T* 18mm/F4.0 ZM

Adox SilverMAX @ISO100

D-76 1:1

ISO100 | 18mm | F4.0 | 0.8 sec | Handheld

 

Canon EOS 20D

Carl Zeiss Distagon 4/18 T*

CY > Canon Lens mount

 

www.zeissimages.com/mtf/cy/Distagon4_18mm_e.pdf

Zeiss 18mm in the back stairs of our building - just though it looked interesting. F4 too.

Zeiss Distagon 18mm f4.0 - starts to look positively "normal" here.

Alle opnamen bij volle opening F4.0. In LR alleen helderheid en contrast aangepast.

Alle opnamen bij volle opening F4.0. In LR alleen helderheid en contrast aangepast.

View of the False Creek Marina from the Seawall.

Vancouver, BC

I took a little walk while we we were waiting for our car to be serviced at the dealership. Taken with a Rollei/Carl Zeiss 18mm f4.0 Auto HFT Distagon lens.

Chris Livesy included some Ilford SXF in his latest box. I haven't used that one for a long time. Surprised how god it is! This is without a red filter so less of the "infra red" look to it. Next ill will be with a medium red and that usually accentuates the infra red look bit.

This is also with the Zeiss Distagon 18mm f4.0. Big lens - but it has very little vignetting and a very even tones.

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