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Wer hat solche Monster gesehen? Russische Objektiv Jupiter -6, Blende 2,8; Brennweite 180mm,mit Crop Faktor 270mm.

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Es war schlechtes Wetter, deswegen habe ich zu Hause alle Bilder gemacht.

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Ohne Blitz,800 ISO

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Das Objektiv sieht äußerlich sehr gepflegt aus! Wenn in dem Linsen-System aufgrund der Jahre keinen Fungus beherbergt ist und der Preis gut ist, dann würde ich es kaufen!

 

Ich habe ein C/Y Sonnar T* 2,8/180mm, dass ich mir vor Jahre für meine CONTAX RTSIII mal gekauft hatte. Das Objektiv ist in einem ladenneuen Zustand und trotzdem, hat ein Fachmann und guter Freund, im Objektiv einen leichten Fungus entdeckt und beseitigt. Mir ist das völlig schleierhaft, wie der da rein gekommen ist, da ich meine Ausrüstung immer pfleglich behandele!

 

Also, bei einem Kauf, mit einer sehr starken Lichtquelle, das Innere und die Sauberkeit der Linsen sorgfältig prüfen!

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Bella

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Unendlich,Blende 2,8,gegen Licht fotografiert,1/4000 C

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Ja,kann man.

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