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[filmscanners] Re: 3 year wait

The nearest I have in sheer sharpness is the 180 f/4 lens on the Hasselblad,
although the 350 SA would be outstanding I am sure.  The 180 is almost too
sharp for portraits, showing every pore and belmish and banned by my wife
for any personal portriats!

In answer to Dickbo's earlier comment (I must find out where he gets what he
seems to be smoking ;-)) all images were on a tripod, mirror lock up on the
Hassy and shutter speeds above 1/250th sec.  Why he thinks I am blaming
tools is beyond me, as is why he bothers with the 'bo' bit on his name (just
kidding dickbo, if you're listening ;-))


on 9/5/02 8:29 pm, Anthony Atkielski at anthony@atkielski.com wrote:

> Simon says:
>> Leica M6 with 90mm f/2 APO ASPH (one of the
>> best Leica M lenses ever made)
> I'll certainly second that.  If you really want a 35mm slide that puts your
> scanner to the test, shoot one with the Apo-Summicron 1:2/90 ASPH, on a
> tripod.  Even handheld it is stunning; I've seen it reach the limits of my
> Provia slide emulsions handheld, upon examination under a microscope.
> I'm not sure what the MF equivalent would be, quality-wise.  Certainly
> anything made by Zeiss for Hasselblad is going to be a worthy opponent to
> Leica glass, but what would the equivalent of the aforementioned
> Apo-Summicron be on a Hasselblad?  The Superapochromatic lenses sound great,
> but I've never tried one.

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