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"Chrome Nose"

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  1. oracle0017

    oracle0017 Well-Known Member

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    Fuji XE-1 and Canon 135mm f3.5 "Chrome Nose" (1971 vintage)

    1 XE-1 Canaon 135mm.jpg
     
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    Nice. Would love to see some shots taken with that combo.
     
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    oracle0017 Well-Known Member

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    Here are a couple I took with the Canon 135mm on my XT-1 while on a hike recently.

    1 Out for a hike.jpg

    1 Follow the dotted line.jpg
     
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    Oooo I like that bottom shot. Is that wide open at 3.5? Manual focus?
     
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    Shadowside Good Glass is Forever...

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    +1 great depth and warmth - supper smooooth.

    Also, the red in the Fujifilm is a nice touch :)
     
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    Yes, wide open and manual focus.
     
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    Thanks, just did the red paint last week...just for something different.
     

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