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PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2011 2:23 pm    Post subject: Mamiya Macro Sekor 60mm f2.8 - experiences? Reply with quote

I just bought this lens, it's the same as the Tomioka 60mm 1:1 macro, isn't it? Surprised

Experiences are welcome, info, samples etc. Wink
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2011 2:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i have the same lens under the yashinon brand
here is the thread i posted some samples with it
http://forum.mflenses.com/testing-my-lenses-part-4-yashinon-tomioka-60mm-2-8-t28037,highlight,%2Btesting+%2Blenses.html
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2011 3:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

an older thread ->

http://forum.mflenses.com/mamiya-sekor-60mm-f2-8-11-m42-macro-t29377.html
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2011 5:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Haley (Luna) has that lens too and she did yome great macro shots with it...
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 16, 2011 11:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks guys, appreciate it! Wink

Pictures looks good from it in my eyes, are you happy with it's performance?

And I just saw this

Planar S ?!? Has Zeiss something to do with this lens?
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 17, 2011 8:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nordentro wrote:
Thanks guys, appreciate it! Wink

Pictures looks good from it in my eyes, are you happy with it's performance?

And I just saw this

Planar S ?!? Has Zeiss something to do with this lens?


well, according to this site:
http://olypedia.de/Vivitar_1:2,8/55_mm_MC_Macro#Brennweite_135_mm
both were made by Tomioka, but what makes me sceptical is that photos of Carl Zeiss Makro-Planar 1:2,8/60 mm S were supplied by the seller you pointed to


here is the optical scheme for yashinon 60mm/2.8:


here is the optical scheme for makro-planar 60mm/2.8 S:

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 17, 2011 10:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Aren't the aperture blades of this lens always in view, even wide open? I would consider that a downside. Otherwise it seems to be a nice lens.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

AhamB wrote:
Aren't the aperture blades of this lens always in view, even wide open? I would consider that a downside. Otherwise it seems to be a nice lens.


why would that be a downside?

if i remember correctly (i'm at work right now , but i'll check it when i get home) blades are visible when looking at the front glass element, i'm not sure if they are visible from the rear
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pentacon six lens: czj Flektogon 50mm/4 , Biometar 80mm/2.8 (x2) , czj Sonnar 180mm/2.8
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

WolverineX wrote:
AhamB wrote:
Aren't the aperture blades of this lens always in view, even wide open? I would consider that a downside. Otherwise it seems to be a nice lens.


why would that be a downside?

if i remember correctly (i'm at work right now , but i'll check it when i get home) blades are visible when looking at the front glass element, i'm not sure if they are visible from the rear

It is visible from the front. I think it is also visible at back but I cannot check it as it is sold. The apeture is in hexagonal shape in every aperture.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 17, 2011 4:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

WolverineX wrote:
AhamB wrote:
Aren't the aperture blades of this lens always in view, even wide open? I would consider that a downside. Otherwise it seems to be a nice lens.


why would that be a downside?

Obviously because you would always get hexagon shapes in the bokeh (with OOF highlights), even with the lens wide open.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 17, 2011 7:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

AhamB wrote:
WolverineX wrote:
AhamB wrote:
Aren't the aperture blades of this lens always in view, even wide open? I would consider that a downside. Otherwise it seems to be a nice lens.


why would that be a downside?

Obviously because you would always get hexagon shapes in the bokeh (with OOF highlights), even with the lens wide open.


that's a question of individual taste

i checked and yes the blades are visible from the rear while wide open, and they form hexagon with rounded corners, almost circle but not quite
anyway i use olympus e520 so i do believe that the fact that blades are visible doesn't show in photos, but i'll have to check to be sure
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m42 lenses : Pancolar 50mm/1.8, Fujinon EBC 55mm/3.5 macro , Tomioka Yashinon 60mm/2.8,Pentacon 29mm/2.8, Pentacon 50mm/1.8, Pentacon auto 100mm/2.8,Pentacon auto 135mm/2.8, Pentacon auto 200mm/4 , Pentacon 300mm/4, Helios-44-2 58mm/2 ,Helios-77M-4 50mm/1.8 Samyang 500mm/8, Industar-50-2 50mm/3,5 , tair3-phs 300mm/4.5 , aus Jena 50mm/2.8, Helios 44M-4 58mm/2, Helios 44 58mm/2 , Jupiter-21M 200mm/4 , Mir-1W 37mm/2.8, Industar 61 L/Z 50mm/2.8 ,Helios 40-2 85mm/1.5, Tair 11a 135mm/2.8 , Meyer-Optik Goerlitz Primotar 135mm/3.5, Jupiter37a/3.5, Volna-9 50mm/2.8, Super Macro Takumar 50mm/4, Macro Takumar 50/4, Sirius 18-28mm/4-4.5 , CZJ Tessar 50mm/2.8 , Fujinon 55mm/1.8 , Super Carenar 35mm/2.8 , Cosinon 50mm/2.8 (several 2x converters , macro bellows ) , Soligor 135mm/2, CZJ Flektogon 35mm/2.4
pentacon six lens: czj Flektogon 50mm/4 , Biometar 80mm/2.8 (x2) , czj Sonnar 180mm/2.8
minolta md lens: minolta md 24mm/2.8 VFC , 35-70mm/3.5 , mc rokkor 35mm/2.8, macro rokkor qf 50mm/3.5 , rokkor-x 50mm/1.4, MD tele rokkor 135mm/3.5, tele rokkor 300mm/5.6 , minolta 35-105mm/3.5-4.5 , MD zoom 70-210mm/4.5-5.6, Tokina AT-X 90mm/2.5 , Tokina AT-X 80-200mm/2.8 , sigma 100mm/2.8 , Vivitar series 1 35-85mm/2.8 , Kiron 28mm/2 , Panagor 28mm/2.5 , Tamron 85-210mm/4.5 ,
pentax k lens:SMC pentax-m 50mm/1.4 , SMC pentax-m 100mm/4 macro
nikon manual lenses: Maginon 100-500mm/5.6-7.1, Kiron 105mm/2.8, Tokina AT-X 50-250mm/4-5.6 ,Tokina AT-X 35-70mm/2.8 , Micro-Nikkor 55mm/3.5 , Micro-Nikkor 105mm/2.8 , Micro-Nikkor 200mm/4 , Nikkor 28mm/2.8 AiS , Soligor 200mm/2.8 ,Nikkor 20mm/4, RMC Tokina 17mm/3.5, Tamron 28-50mm/3.5-4.5, zoom Nikkor 35-105mm/3.5-4.5/ El-Nikkors: 50mm/2.8 , 80mm/5.6
Canon FD lenses:Makinon 35-70 , Canon 135mm/2.8 , Canon 70-150mm/4.5 , Canon 50mm/1.4 s.s.c., Canon 50mm/1.8
Konica AR lenses: Hexanon 28mm/3.5, Hexanon 40mm/1.8 ,Hexanon 50mm/1.7, Hexanon 52mm/1.8 , Hexanon Macro 55mm/3.5, Hexar 135mm/3.5, Hexanon 135mm/3.2 , Hexanon 200mm/3.5
m39 lenses: silver Jupiter-9 85mm/2 , Jupiter 8 50mm/2 , Industar 61 L/D 52mm/2.8
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TijmenDal



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 7:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just picked this lens up for 20$ (I could have probably gotten it for 10$ even), and was wondering how much it is worth. Did an ebay search for both the Yashinon and Yashica version and they're around 350$... (BIN). WOW!
I know BIN's are mostly way too high, but is this somewhat in the right direction, or?

I've got 5 batteries, but they all ran out (aaargh!) and could only take a couple shots till my last one depleted, but so far it looks GREAT. It's my first macro lens and I think everything people say about the amazing sharpness of macro lenses is 100% true!
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 7:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

TijmenDal wrote:
Just picked this lens up for 20$ (I could have probably gotten it for 10$ even), and was wondering how much it is worth. Did an ebay search for both the Yashinon and Yashica version and they're around 350$... (BIN). WOW!
I know BIN's are mostly way too high, but is this somewhat in the right direction, or?

I've got 5 batteries, but they all ran out (aaargh!) and could only take a couple shots till my last one depleted, but so far it looks GREAT. It's my first macro lens and I think everything people say about the amazing sharpness of macro lenses is 100% true!


for 20$ you got the steal. this lens has hype because it was made by tomioka and that's why the price is usually high
i've got it under yashinon name:
http://forum.mflenses.com/testing-my-lenses-part-4-yashinon-tomioka-60mm-2-8-t28037,highlight,%2Btesting+%2Blenses.html
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OM lenses: 24mm/2.8, 28mm/3.5, 35mm/2 , 50mm/1.8, 50mm/1.4, 50mm/3.5 macro, 50mm/2 macro , 90mm/2 macro , 55mm/1.2 ,100mm/2.8 ,135mm/2.8,135mm/3.5,200mm/5, 75-150mm/4 , 500mm/8 reflex , 35-70mm/3.6, 35-70mm/4, 85-250mm/5 , 100-200mm/5 ,Soligor OM 28-80mm/3.5-4.5 , RMC Tokina 80-200mm/4 , Osawa 28mm/2.8 , Vivitar 28mm/2.8 , Vivitar Series 1 70-210mm/3.5 (kiron) , Sigma 24mm/2.8 , Sigma 8mm/4 fisheye , Sigma 300mm/2, Vivitar 90mm/2.8 , Panagor 55mm/2.8 , Tamron SP 90mm/2.5 , Tamron SP 28-80mm/3.5-4-2
m42 lenses : Pancolar 50mm/1.8, Fujinon EBC 55mm/3.5 macro , Tomioka Yashinon 60mm/2.8,Pentacon 29mm/2.8, Pentacon 50mm/1.8, Pentacon auto 100mm/2.8,Pentacon auto 135mm/2.8, Pentacon auto 200mm/4 , Pentacon 300mm/4, Helios-44-2 58mm/2 ,Helios-77M-4 50mm/1.8 Samyang 500mm/8, Industar-50-2 50mm/3,5 , tair3-phs 300mm/4.5 , aus Jena 50mm/2.8, Helios 44M-4 58mm/2, Helios 44 58mm/2 , Jupiter-21M 200mm/4 , Mir-1W 37mm/2.8, Industar 61 L/Z 50mm/2.8 ,Helios 40-2 85mm/1.5, Tair 11a 135mm/2.8 , Meyer-Optik Goerlitz Primotar 135mm/3.5, Jupiter37a/3.5, Volna-9 50mm/2.8, Super Macro Takumar 50mm/4, Macro Takumar 50/4, Sirius 18-28mm/4-4.5 , CZJ Tessar 50mm/2.8 , Fujinon 55mm/1.8 , Super Carenar 35mm/2.8 , Cosinon 50mm/2.8 (several 2x converters , macro bellows ) , Soligor 135mm/2, CZJ Flektogon 35mm/2.4
pentacon six lens: czj Flektogon 50mm/4 , Biometar 80mm/2.8 (x2) , czj Sonnar 180mm/2.8
minolta md lens: minolta md 24mm/2.8 VFC , 35-70mm/3.5 , mc rokkor 35mm/2.8, macro rokkor qf 50mm/3.5 , rokkor-x 50mm/1.4, MD tele rokkor 135mm/3.5, tele rokkor 300mm/5.6 , minolta 35-105mm/3.5-4.5 , MD zoom 70-210mm/4.5-5.6, Tokina AT-X 90mm/2.5 , Tokina AT-X 80-200mm/2.8 , sigma 100mm/2.8 , Vivitar series 1 35-85mm/2.8 , Kiron 28mm/2 , Panagor 28mm/2.5 , Tamron 85-210mm/4.5 ,
pentax k lens:SMC pentax-m 50mm/1.4 , SMC pentax-m 100mm/4 macro
nikon manual lenses: Maginon 100-500mm/5.6-7.1, Kiron 105mm/2.8, Tokina AT-X 50-250mm/4-5.6 ,Tokina AT-X 35-70mm/2.8 , Micro-Nikkor 55mm/3.5 , Micro-Nikkor 105mm/2.8 , Micro-Nikkor 200mm/4 , Nikkor 28mm/2.8 AiS , Soligor 200mm/2.8 ,Nikkor 20mm/4, RMC Tokina 17mm/3.5, Tamron 28-50mm/3.5-4.5, zoom Nikkor 35-105mm/3.5-4.5/ El-Nikkors: 50mm/2.8 , 80mm/5.6
Canon FD lenses:Makinon 35-70 , Canon 135mm/2.8 , Canon 70-150mm/4.5 , Canon 50mm/1.4 s.s.c., Canon 50mm/1.8
Konica AR lenses: Hexanon 28mm/3.5, Hexanon 40mm/1.8 ,Hexanon 50mm/1.7, Hexanon 52mm/1.8 , Hexanon Macro 55mm/3.5, Hexar 135mm/3.5, Hexanon 135mm/3.2 , Hexanon 200mm/3.5
m39 lenses: silver Jupiter-9 85mm/2 , Jupiter 8 50mm/2 , Industar 61 L/D 52mm/2.8
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 8:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

WolverineX wrote:
TijmenDal wrote:
Just picked this lens up for 20$ (I could have probably gotten it for 10$ even), and was wondering how much it is worth. Did an ebay search for both the Yashinon and Yashica version and they're around 350$... (BIN). WOW!
I know BIN's are mostly way too high, but is this somewhat in the right direction, or?

I've got 5 batteries, but they all ran out (aaargh!) and could only take a couple shots till my last one depleted, but so far it looks GREAT. It's my first macro lens and I think everything people say about the amazing sharpness of macro lenses is 100% true!


for 20$ you got the steal. this lens has hype because it was made by tomioka and that's why the price is usually high
i've got it under yashinon name:
http://forum.mflenses.com/testing-my-lenses-part-4-yashinon-tomioka-60mm-2-8-t28037,highlight,%2Btesting+%2Blenses.html


+1 Congratz! Wink
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2012 8:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oh, it's an amazing lens as far as I can tell!

But what am I looking at in terms of resale value?
The ones at 395 and 450$ seem a little steep, but it's an AMAZING piece of glass I'm sure.
I don't know if I can justify keeping it though, if resale value is that high. I would then rather sell it and get a 24mm (probably Olympus. I've been wanting that lens for at last a year now or 135mm SMC f/2.5 vII).

Oh well, I've only taken a couple shots with it so far, maybe I'll fall in love with it. Can't wait till my battery is recharged, ha!
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