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Re: Victor On Line - ten years ago
« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2018, 08:14:05 PM »

The 28mm f4 is a remarkable design.

It remains excellent even on the H6D-100c ten years after its release which is quite a feat.

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Re: Victor On Line - ten years ago
« Reply #2 on: January 17, 2018, 04:12:21 AM »

The 28mm f4 is a remarkable design.

It remains excellent even on the H6D-100c ten years after its release which is quite a feat.

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The Hasselblad HCD 28mm f4 is indeed a remarkable design and was* the best wide I'd ever used.

* until I used the Leica 21mm Super Elmar f3.4 ASPH.

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Re: Victor On Line - ten years ago
« Reply #3 on: January 17, 2018, 09:57:35 AM »

The Hasselblad HCD 28mm f4 is indeed a remarkable design and was* the best wide I'd ever used.

* until I used the Leica 21mm Super Elmar f3.4 ASPH.

;-)


On the matter of 21mm lenses: have you checked out the stuff that Jeanloup Sieff'used to produce with his 21mm on Leica?  Brave guy: he took it along as his only lens on his first shoot for a big fashion mag and, to his surprise, managed to start a long relationship despite the fright he gave the editors.

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Re: Victor On Line - ten years ago
« Reply #4 on: January 17, 2018, 10:26:40 AM »


On the matter of 21mm lenses: have you checked out the stuff that Jeanloup Sieff'used to produce with his 21mm on Leica?  Brave guy: he took it along as his only lens on his first shoot for a big fashion mag and, to his surprise, managed to start a long relationship despite the fright he gave the editors.

Rob

Hi Rob, not sure if I've seen it or not, have you a link handy?

For some reason I seem to be attracted to narrow alleyways where I wouldn't be without that 21mm (the Hasselblad 28mm had a similar FOV).
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Re: Victor On Line - ten years ago
« Reply #5 on: January 17, 2018, 12:43:26 PM »

Hi Rob, not sure if I've seen it or not, have you a link handy?

For some reason I seem to be attracted to narrow alleyways where I wouldn't be without that 21mm (the Hasselblad 28mm had a similar FOV).

http://jeanloupsieff.com/sieff.html

Some Death Valley stuff in his book wouldn't have happened without a 21mm!

Big difference to a mere 24mm...

Rob

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Re: Victor On Line - ten years ago
« Reply #6 on: January 17, 2018, 02:12:34 PM »

http://jeanloupsieff.com/sieff.html

Some Death Valley stuff in his book wouldn't have happened without a 21mm!

Big difference to a mere 24mm...

Rob

Thanks, certainly adds a different perspective.

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