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Adaptiertes (Alt)Glas und Fremdobjektive an Nikon Z Kameras JEKAMI


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Hallo,

hier könnt ihr Bilder zeigen, welche mit Objektiven per Adapter (NEUES und ALTES) an die Z Kameras geschraubt wurden. Schön wäre es wenn ihr 
Kamera und Objektive dazu nennt.
Ich kann mir durchaus vorstellen, dass hier einiges an interessanten Bilder ansammeln 😉 

Ich fange mal an 😉 

 

Nikon Zf + Pentacon 50mm 1,8 M42 

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Zf + Nikkor 50F1,4 AI

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Zf + Alu Zeiss Tessar 50F2,8

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Z fc + TTArtisan 35mm F0.95 

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ZF + Tamron SP 90mm F2.8 Makro Adaptall 

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Z6 II an Altglas von Carl-Zeiss Jena (80-er Jahre Coude Refraktor) mit 2.250 mm Brennweite f15, adaptiert mit T2-Adapter

 

 

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Zf mit Voigtländer 1,2/40 bei Offenblende

 

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Zf mit Voigtländer Nokton 1,5/75 bei Offenblende. Auch das ist ein traumhaftes Glas, leider gibt es das Objektiv nicht (vielleicht noch nicht?) mit Z Anschluss

 

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Zf + Schacht Ulm Travenar 50F2,8

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Zf + TTArtisan 100mm 2.8 M42 

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Zf + Schacht Ulm Travenar 50F2,8

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Z6 mit Leitz Summicron-M 1:2/50
 

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Z6 mit Leitz Tele-Elmarit-M 1:2.8/90

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Zf mit Leitz Summicron-M 1:2/35
 

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Z fc + Pentacon 50mm F1.8 M42 

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Zf + Tamron SP 90mm F2.5 Adaptall 

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Z6 II + Meyer Görlitz Primagon 35F4,5

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Zf + Schacht Ulm 50F2,8

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Zf + TTArtisan 100mm 2.8 M42 

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Nikon ZF + Tamron 90mm 2,8 Makro Adaptall 

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ZF + Samyang 135mm F2 bei F2

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Zf mit Leitz Summicron-M 1:2/35

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Das 135er Samyang F2 ist m.M.n. ein absolutes Sahnestück. Bei Offenblende wirklich knackscharf und ein absolut geschmeidiges Bokeh. Ich hatte es früher an Nikon DSLR schon und habe es mir vor kurzem mit einem "Sony E Mount" gebraucht wieder gekauft, Vorteil, der Adapter trägt mit nur knapp 2mm auf.

Auch hier wieder bei Offenblende (F2)
 

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