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50mm gilt aus historischen Gründen als sog. Standardbrennweite. Sie hat einen eigenen Thread verdient.

Gern mit Kamerahersteller-, Modell- und Objektivangaben.

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Panasonic S1R + Zeiss C Sonnar T* 50mm f1.5 ZM

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Panasonic S1R + Noctilux-M 1:1/50

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Panasonic S1R + Voigtländer Heliar 50mm f1.5 VM

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Canon EOS RP + RF 50  1.8

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Zufällig gerade heute Morgen beim Frühstück im türkischen Restaurant in Hannover geschossen, da passt es ja hier perfekt rein mein „Ayran und Cay“ Bild  😅 - Olympus 25mm1.2 an der OM1

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Alkohol in Maßen, man kann sich daran laben:

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Lumix S5 mit f/1.8 50 mm

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In analogen Zeiten gab es die Kameras oft mit einem 50er im Kit. So bekommt man heute recht günstig an ein paar nette dieser alten Standardlinsen, die auch heute noch gute Bilder liefern. Und sie sind ziemlich vielseitig, so ein 50er ist ein prima Allrounder!

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A7I mit Minolta MD 50/1,7, ISO 100 und EV +1,7

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... über Potrait 😉...

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A7I mit Minolta MD 50/1,7 @ ISO 100

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... bis hin zu Blümchen - mit so einem 50er geht fast alles! 🤗

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A7I mit Minolta MD 50/1,7 @ ISO 125 und EV -0,3

 

Das hier verwendete MD 50/1,7 war damals beim Kauf meiner Minolta X-300 dabei und war einige Zeit mein einziges Objektiv. An der A7 blüht es nun wieder auf! 🙂

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vor 5 Stunden schrieb Lynx:

Sehr schöne Idee  @clooney  !

Vllt. sollte man die MFT- Gilde auch einladen hier mitzumischen. Ich weiß z. B. daß @Spanksen auch sehr gerne mit seiner - dann -  25 mm Linse arbeitet.

ja, hatte er ja schon gemacht. Faktor 2 bei MFT ist ja easy zu rechnen. Für APS-C Sensoren gilt Faktor 1,5, wenn ich mich recht erinnere. Vielleicht gibt es ja hier auch Mittelformatknipser? Die müssten dann je nach Sensormodell unterhalb des Faktor 1 liegen.

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Blümchen oder etwas Stroh geht immer ;)

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S1R + Nikon Nikkor-S Auto 1:1.4 f=50mm

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Panasonic S1R + Noctilux-M 1:1/50

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Ich mag die 50 mm auch.

Nikon Z6 mit 50/1.8

 

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Meine Lieblingslinse :)

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Sony A7RIIIA, Zeiss Loxia 50 mm.

Gruß Heinrich

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