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    DPP Member bongmanayon's Avatar
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    Re: Photos From Old Manual Lenses



    Quote Originally Posted by noliperfecto View Post
    Oo ba! I suspect that my copy will give the least-pleasing image though.

    Nols
    Maybe not. I suspect that the lens design of that is similar to my SMCP A 135/2.8; the barrel design looks the same and the only known difference is the lack of SMC. I suppose if we were shooting with the sun behind our backs we would produce the same results.

    Btw...iba pa yun Takumar 135/2.8 ko from my SMC Pentax A 135/2.8.
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    Re: Photos From Old Manual Lenses

    a tak shoot. that's good. jay jay must be drooling.
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    Re: Photos From Old Manual Lenses

    Quote Originally Posted by josephnoelreyes View Post
    a tak shoot. that's good. jay jay must be drooling.
    hahahaahahaha
    Maybe maybe not But would really like to try them..

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    Re: Photos From Old Manual Lenses

    Another with the Tak 135 2.5 - I'm oggling her "itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny, yellow polkadot bikini."

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    Re: Photos From Old Manual Lenses

    Quote Originally Posted by noliperfecto View Post
    Another with the Tak 135 2.5 - I'm oggling her "itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny, yellow polkadot bikini."
    Nols...this shot made me stand in attention! Galing!
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    Re: Photos From Old Manual Lenses

    A question to you guys. I have the chance of getting a Vivitar 135mm f/2.8 Pentax Bayonet mount.

    Is the lens any good? Also, Pentax Bayonet mount is the same as K mount right? Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Photos From Old Manual Lenses

    Quote Originally Posted by bongmanayon View Post
    Nols...this shot made me stand in attention! Galing!

    Thanks Bong.

    @Alan: Don't know about the Vivitar but yes, the bayonet means K-mount.

    Nols
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    Re: Photos From Old Manual Lenses

    Quote Originally Posted by Alan.Gurling View Post
    A question to you guys. I have the chance of getting a Vivitar 135mm f/2.8 Pentax Bayonet mount.

    Is the lens any good? Also, Pentax Bayonet mount is the same as K mount right? Thanks in advance!
    Vivitar never made its own lenses having them OEMed elsewhere. So their quality was never consistent throughout. It you're talking about an older 135/2.8 maybe it would be adequate. If being a bargain was the issue, I'd stick to the US$25 deals on EBay that will land you either the Takumar 135/2.5 (the one Noli is using and has posted in the Post your Photos thread) or f2.8 variant (I have one...nasa hiraman).
    Last edited by bongmanayon; 12-14-2007 at 05:56 AM.
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    Re: Photos From Old Manual Lenses

    if it's the close-focussing 135mm it may be the one listed here as a cult classic (scroll down 7 pages)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Pantuca View Post
    if it's the close-focussing 135mm it may be the one listed here as a cult classic (scroll down 7 pages)
    I was about 2-1/2 feet from the spider. I don't think my copy is close-focusing.
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