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    Viewfinder looked like a PME in both scenes. Lens at 0,28 was a 120/4 Cf, at 0,50 was a Superachromat 250/5,6 CFi with what looked like a 2x converter. Great video and thanks for sharing by the way! I´m astounded how much trust Michael Kenna is putting in his little ballhead when carrying his tripod over the shoulder with the camera still screwed on.

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    A little too much trust in the tripod overall.

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    thx, how do you know that the 250mm is the superachromat?

    best michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkroom317 View Post
    A little too much trust in the tripod overall.

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v...type=3&theater

    I've done this and this makes me feel better knowing that's it's happened to someone at that level.
    OHHHH indeed! But to be honest, I never would have left the camera alone in those conditions. He's appropriately 'zen' about the whole thing.

    It's happened to me in a river, but the camera hit an exposed rock. Didn't get wet, but broken lens - only a nifty fifty, thank god.
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    Wait, no! It´s just the plain Sonnar 250/5,6 CFi. The Superachromat does have two blue rings painted on the barrel. I forgot...

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