2017-06-08 - shorterimage

What do you get when you take one of the best 28mm lenses ever made, put extension tubes on it and shoot macro's?

Not nearly as easy shooting macro's with wide angles as the subject is nearly touching the front element of the lens.

Carl Zeiss Distagon 2.8/28mm in Contax Yashica mount

f8, 1/500th sec, ISO 100


CANON LENS 85mm f1.9, Canon Camera Co. Japan, No. 66797, L39/LTM mount in Silver, circa late 50's to early 60's

F8, 1/400th sec, ISO 100

I just picked this old Canon L39/LTM mount lens up and the first thing that struck me when I unboxed it was how ungodly

heavy it is for its size. I've got 135mm lenses twice this size that are half the weight. This thing is a chunk! Takes a nice clean pic too.


Once again, this is the Carl Zeiss Distagon 2.8/28mm in Contax Yashica mount with extension tubes on it

f8, 1/500th sec, ISO 100


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