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    almost any lens in the normal range.

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    I dislike all lenses.

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    LF lenses I don't like ?

    -- Post 1980 Homogenized Plasmats. Yawn. No Heart.

    -- Veritos and the like. No Brains.

    --- Dislike any lens used for an 'effect'.


    Love ? 250 Sonnar & 120 Angulon. Protars, Ektars. Brains and brawn, heart and soul.
    "One of the painful things about our time is that those who feel certainty are stupid,
    and those with any imagination and understanding are filled with doubt and indecision"

    -Bertrand Russell

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    I recant, I recant, I recant.
    I do like lenses.
    All of them.

    Well, almost
    I dislike G-Clarons and their process kin.

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    I still have to meet an LF lens I didn't like!

    In terms of non-photographic lenses, I own a pair of binoculars (Vivitar Series 1 10x42) that I bought about 17 years ago that has the worst double line bokeh I've ever seen anywhere. And, unless you use it for stargazing, since something is always out of focus in a 10x binocular, my eyes hurt after 10s using that thing. Thats what you get if you go for sharpness in the plane of focus as the only criterion...

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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague
    Nikkor-SW 90mm f8 - this lens is too dark to be usuable.
    I agree, I just sold mine....
    Amund
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    -Digital is nice but film is like having sex with light-

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    Quote Originally Posted by df cardwell
    LF lenses I don't like ?

    -- Post 1980 Homogenized Plasmats. Yawn. No Heart.

    -- Veritos and the like. No Brains.

    --- Dislike any lens used for an 'effect'.


    Love ? 250 Sonnar & 120 Angulon. Protars, Ektars. Brains and brawn, heart and soul.
    Couldn't agree more! At one time there was more to lensmaking than making lenses with identical resolution, 'look' and colour reproduction. Indeed, I wonder, if enough of us are interested, if Mr. Kobayashi would consider doing a run of 150mm or 210mm Apo-Lanthars or Heliars at a reasonable price!

    Lachlan

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    I think the g-clarons are over hyped.
    -Rob Skeoch

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    I think the g-clarons are over hyped
    and just plain ugly.

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    That would be something to have Cosina revive the Voiglander large format line of lenses.
    Scott Stadler

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