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Drought Season

Drought Season
Copyright ©2007, Lee W
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Photographer: Lee W
Folder: Lee's Collections
Uploaded: 12-Aug-2007 20:11 CEST
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Camera: Olympus E500
Exposure time: 8 sec
Aperture: F11
Focal length: 80mm (eqt)
Lens: Konica Hexanon 40mm F1.8
Focusing method: Manual
ISO: 100
White balance:
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
Processing applied: Color balance adjustments.
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Image resized to: 650x488

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Ahhhhh, nice!! Got that Hexanon hitched up to the E-500 again! I love it, Lee! Very cool!!

Bruce Thomas at 03:08 CEST on 13-Aug-2007 [Reply]

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Thanks again, Bruce. I love Hexanon lenses. This 40mm pancake is one of the sharpest.
Best regards,

Bruce Thomas wrote:
> Ahhhhh, nice!! Got that Hexanon hitched up to the E-500 again! I love it, Lee! Very cool!!
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Lee W at 06:48 CEST on 14-Aug-2007 [Reply]

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Absolutely Lee! I had wished for a LONG time we would get a DSLR that would accept the Hexanon lenses. You said they fit with just a bit of material between the mount and the lens? Can you post a pic of your hexanon mounting method, please?

Keeps infinity okay?

Thanks...

-= Bruce =-

Bruce Thomas at 06:55 CEST on 14-Aug-2007 [Reply]

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Hi, Bruce,

I find this website about Hexanon lens modifications. The method is exactly as what I use, except I do not like the baffle. Pictures and descriptions there are better than what I can do. Infinity is not a problem. The focus actually passes the infinity.

Lee

Bruce Thomas wrote:
> Absolutely Lee! I had wished for a LONG time we would get a DSLR that would accept the Hexanon lenses. You said they fit with just a bit of material between the mount and the lens? Can you post a pic of your hexanon mounting method, please?

Keeps infinity okay?

Thanks...

-= Bruce =-

Lee W at 06:27 CET on 11-Jan-2008 [Reply]

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Lee W at 06:37 CET on 11-Jan-2008 [Reply]