Nikon Manual Focus Glass - Part III

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Some more with my Nippon Kogaku Nikkor-S 50 1.4
The most remarkable aspect for me is the rendering of the out of focus areas with wide apertures.
Apart from that, I think it's also a fine normal lens with a pleasing image quality when closed down more.

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I must agree w your assessment of the OOF areas. The lens also nails colors, contrast and sharpness--looks like an excellent 50 to be carrying around. Excellent images, as always. jt
 

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Some more with my Nippon Kogaku Nikkor-S 50 1.4
The most remarkable aspect for me is the rendering of the out of focus areas with wide apertures.
Apart from that, I think it's also a fine normal lens with a pleasing image quality when closed down more.

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#1 and #4 are out of this world...

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Some time ago I purchased a Nikon Ai 28mm f/3.5 lens from a fellow member on this forum, but have not used it hardly at all since purchasing it. Decided to mount it up to my D800, started playing around with different angles and grabbed these couple shots of my pups. Please pardon the dirty white one, she likes to lay in the dirt whenever she can.

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Some time ago I purchased a Nikon Ai 28mm f/3.5 lens from a fellow member on this forum, but have not used it hardly at all since purchasing it. Decided to mount it up to my D800, started playing around with different angles and grabbed these couple shots of my pups. Please pardon the dirty white one, she likes to lay in the dirt whenever she can.

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Nice colours and detail, Gary.
The close-up possibilities seem fun as well.
 

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