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Anybody in the MN, IL, WI-area who'd be willing to rent a R 280mm/2.8 or 400mm/2.8 to a fellow Forum member? I"m looking to shoot some track and soccer matches soon and would love the extra reach of this longer glass. Contact me off-list if there's a possibility. Thanks much for considering, Troy Freund Midwest Editorial Photo: Troy Freund <- troy freund photography -> Photographer Troy Freund Photography in WI : Altpick.com The Day-to-Day Haiku Project
Zur Leicaflex SL (1968) (und vermutlich auch für die nachfolgende Leicaflex SL 2) gab es unter anderem die Telyt 1:5,6/ 400 mm. Meine Frage ist: Ist es irgend wie möglich ein Telyt 5,6/400 an einem späteren Leica R zu montieren?
Recently acquired a Canon 5D(mk 1) and Leica R adapter. Now need lens(es) to include something 300mm +/-. Budget - under $1000. Please - no suggestions of superb $4,000 APO lenses Looking for user experience that compares/contrasts any of the following possibilities: 1. 180 f/2.8 (Series filter version) + 2x R converter (non APO) 2. 180 f/2.8 (E67 filter version) + 2X R converter 3. 180 f/3.4 APO + 2x converter 4. 250mm f/4 (either version) alone 5. 250mm f/4 (either version) + 2x converter 6. 400 f/6.8 alone 7. 180 f/2.8 (either version) + 400 f/6.8 (I see enough 400 Telyts out there for the price of a 2x converter that I'd consider this option, too. Usually missing the grip and shoulder brace - but I don't need those anyway) For reference - I have in the past on film used the 180(E67), both 250s, and the 400 f/6.8. So I have a rough idea how those perform alone (not with 2x converter). I also know the Lens Compendium reviews, but they also do not mention 2x converter effects.
Just received the new 2X Tele Converter DMW-STC20 for the Panasonic Lumix S PRO Leica 70-200 F4 O.I.S. Sample image below from my SL taken at 40m Panasonic 2x converter ( 400 mm - Leica - Spot - Aperture priority - ISO 1600 - ¹⁄₅₀₀ sec at ƒ - 8.0 - 0 EV - ) -1230695.jpg Very happy the results so far although maximum aperture is down at f/8.0 - OK for sunny days. Total cost for both items less than 50% of the Leica 90-280 f/2.8-f/4. The DMW-STC20 with the Leica 280mm might be fun!