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Old Nov 9, 2011, 1:43 PM   #11
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Wonderful colors. You really get the best out of old lens, or, for that matter, any lens you use.
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Old Nov 13, 2011, 5:57 PM   #12
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Patty - Thanks for the feedback on the rock strata! Glad you enjoyed the waterfall/leafy shot too (PS - there's another one in this thread, about halfway down the page, that you may have missed:

Hans - Glad you enjoyed these! Yes, I usually do bring along a tripod on most hikes, really seems to help me with composition as well as slower shutter speeds. Have two little ones (both purchased very used from KEH) - most often used is a little travel Gitzo - small but sturdy and not too heavy. I used to use my (non watersealed) KM in fog and light rain - just bring along several plastic bags & keep the camera under the raincoat...

Kevin - Some of those old lenses do indeed have fine color characteristics! You were close on the guesses - longer lens is a Vivitar (komine) 135 F2.8. Shorter lens is a Super Takumar 28 f3.5

Dr. C - Thanks so much for your very kind words!
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