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PostPosted: Sun Jan 22, 2023 11:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

By chance, I found two raw images in my archive.
The seascape is the 85/1.2 nFD on LT2
The landscape is the 35/1.4 Sigma Art on Metabones. In this case, although the MB covers slightly more, it's the lens that vignettes - which is to be expected with wide angles. Nonetheless, it gives a 28/1, which is quite nice. (Both lenses wide open, without hood etc. of course, and soft vignette removed in post)
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Pancolart, quite a few of these old russians were either made for MF initially, or cover more territory than they should (must be a russian thing...)
In the case of the Jupiter-8, I actually confirmed the data several times since I found it hard to believe as well. But though 62 mm image diameter is larger than FF, it will not cover MF - even 645 is 7o mm in diameter, 6x6 is 8o.[/img]


PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2023 6:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

kathala wrote:
Pancolart, quite a few of these old russians were either made for MF initially, or cover more territory than they should (must be a russian thing...)
In the case of the Jupiter-8, I actually confirmed the data several times since I found it hard to believe as well. But though 62 mm image diameter is larger than FF, it will not cover MF - even 645 is 7o mm in diameter, 6x6 is 8o.

Thank you for clarification. 127 film camera would be perfect for Jupiter but film is too hard to obtain. Still 6x4.5 is tempting to try.