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Kipronar portrait - Carl Zeiss Jena Kipronar 120mm f1.9
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 15, 2016 6:53 pm    Post subject: Kipronar portrait - Carl Zeiss Jena Kipronar 120mm f1.9 Reply with quote

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Click on pic and view genuine non re-sized one in browser window!


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Beautiful!


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I'm not active anymore on the forum and I don't use anymore my lenses & photo gear but each time I come back here from time to time, I'm still amazed with the wonderful portraits of your wife as wel as with the beauty of your wife Happy Dog ......


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Pfffffft......
Amazing!
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Thank You Dog Thank you!!


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Question: How do you convert a projector lens like this to modern mirrorless cameras, eg my Fuji? I should imagine it involves use of a helicoid adapter, but not sure how the lens fits to the adapter.
- Martin