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  1. How about an open thread about pictures of and taken with Visoflex lenses. Let me start with the 280mm mounted on the Visoflex III: Leica MP with Visoflex III and 280mm by Dirk Raffel, auf Flickr Sample picture: Zürich by Dirk Raffel, auf Flickr or with the Monochrom: Zürich by Dirk Raffel, auf Flickr
  2. Wie sind denn Eure Erfahrungen mit der Akkulaufzeit? Auch, wie sich die Verwendung des Visoflex auswirkt. Mich würde interessieren, wie sich die M10 im Vergleich zur doch recht schwachbrüstigen M9 schlägt. Auf Urlaubsreisen reicht bei mir eine Akkuladung gerade mal einen Tag, wenn man die Aufnahmen öfters mal hinsichtl. Clipping/Ausschnitt/Schärfe kontrolliert (insgesamt wohl nicht mehr als 120-200 Aufnahmen). Danke.
  3. Since I use the Visoflex II and III regularly, I wonder if it is possible to replace the ground glass with another one, which helps to focus better. I have the focusing slide of a Reprovit II, which has a nice looking focusing screen. Would it be possible to use this one as a replacement for the original one in a Visoflex II or III, without too much trouble? I would ask Will van Manen to do it, but only if it is worth the trouble. I was looking for things I might be able to use of that Reprovit part and thought of this. Thanks for any ideas, Lex
  4. I can't believe this hasn't been discussed, but if so, I couldn't find the thread... My eyesight is (way) outside the ±3.5 diopter range of the T's Visoflex. So, I need my glasses. So far, no issues. However, If I am in bright light, especially if the sun is at my back (not an uncommon position) the camera simply will not switch from the LCD to the Visoflex on its own. I can usually force it to switch by holding my hand over the Visoflex and the sensor above the LCD, and then quickly switch to my eye." This is, simply put, a pain and sometimes it takes more than one attempt. It would sure be nice to have a settings option to either force the Visoflex to on (with some touch sequence to return to the LCD) or at least to adjust the sensitivity of the sensors. In the meantime, I was wondering how have others dealt with this issue?
  5. I have quite a few Telyt 400mm and 560mm lenses and they come with different shoulder stocks. The stock on the left has a flat platform with two pins to attach to the bottom of a pistol grip which has two holes (in addition to the screw hole). The stock in the middle has a pistol grip which accepts a trigger cable. The "C" shape shoulder butt has two holes for attachment to the stock at different positions, and two more holes further out at both ends with a flat cut-out which does not look like for stock attachment. I don't know what those are for. The stock on the right has a similar pistol grip head with the addition of a thumb screw to secure the trigger cable, but the stock itself is quite different in design that the butt plate can be removed and attached to the bottom of the pistol grip to turn it into a small table pod. I am wondering if these different designs were from whatever time periods, or if they are specifically for whichever Telyt lenses (the f/6.8 series or the f/5.6 series)?
  6. Liebe Gemeinde, ich besitze oben genanntes Objektiv und nutze es gerne mti dem Visoflex III an der M9 für Tierphotographie. Da unsere Kraniche und Raubvögel recht scheu sind, würde ich gerne eimal einen Extender aus der R-Serie einsetzen. Dabei aber natürlich weiterhin auf Unendlich fokussieren können. Bei meinem Visoflex 280er f 4,8 ist mir dies bereits gelungen. Kopf des 280ers abschrauben ans Balgengerät M II anschrauben( mit Adapter 16598 J), hinten M auf R-Adapter (14127f) dann Extender und zum Schluss R auf M-Adapter. (22228), Visolex, M9. Der durch das "Einsparen der Fokussierschnecke gewonnene Platz reicht, um auf Unendlich fokussieren zu können. Nun kann man ja beim alten Telyt 400mm f 5 auch den Kopf abschrauben und somit Platz für die beiden nötigen Adapter gewinnen. Ich finde aber keine Informationen, woran man den großen 400er Telytkopf anschrauben könnte, um ihn z. B am Balgen adaptieren zu können. Für Hinweise (auch über das Gewinde am Kopf des Telyt 400 mm f 5) wäre ich dankbar. Gruß Gregor
  7. Hi, I don't know if this is the right forum to post this, but I do have a M7. I am looking for some info. Could someone tell me which lenses would work with the Visoflex + Bellows for close up work? Thanks ACM
  8. Hi I've been procrastinating for a very long time over getting something to work with my M9P for macro work - specifically taking shots of antique/vintage fountain pens I've restored for sale or show. Technically I should be looking at a whole different camera (or digital Visoflex if I had a later M camera) but it would be great to get something working with the outfit I currently have. To start with I have a Visoflex III and I have my M9P and a few lenses that suffice to say don't work well for close up. I'd like to keep this simple and not break the back and I've figure out I'm probably looking at a v2 Elmar-V 65mm f3.5 which is a relatively 'meh' lens specifically built for the Visoflex and won't work directly on the M9 but apparently but does the job. The Macro Elmar-M 90mm f4 has far too many zeros in the price even for a used one and it is indeed a nice lens. Here is where I am: 1. Elmar-V 65/3.5 + 16464 universal focusing mount (OTZFO) + 16471 (OTPRO) ring extension 2. Tele-Elmar-M 135/4 + 16464 universal focusing mount (OTZFO) + 16471 (OTPRO) ring extension Option 1 gives me infinity to 330mm (13") or 330mm - 270mm focusing distance with EF= 2x or 3.4x (apparently) Option 2 gives me infinity to 980mm (38.5") or 980mm - 680mm focusing distance with EF = 1.4x or 2x (apparently) I'm going to say the despite the Tele-Elmar being a significantly more useful lens outside macro work and with a significantly better optical formula its probably going to be a pain to use for my application use case. I could look at getting the bellows adapter for the 135/4 but suspect this is just going to get a little unwieldy and out of hand. Thoughts/experiences?
  9. Taken with Elmarit 90/2.8, Bellows II, Micro-Visoflex III from inside of my window a couple of days ago. Probably the last few times I will use this setup as I am selling all my Telyt and Visoflex stuff.
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