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Found 3 results

  1. rpoppes

    L1010103

    Melbourne sunset on a boring grey day, but turned out not too bad when sun set with a few gaps in the clouds

    © Rudi Poppes

  2. mnutzer

    Center parting

    ... above the clouds ;M8.2, MATE, Fellhorn, Oberstdorf, Bavaria, 29. Sept. 2013.
  3. Scotto

    Haze / Fungus Summicron

    I have a non-collapsible 50mm Summicron M lens that I recently discovered had a case of the white haze. The haze seems to be in the shape of a ring corresponding to closing down the lens to f2.8, with the cloudiness filling to the edges. This lens already had a liberal amount of 'cleaning marks' on the front element, but I liked the way it rendered. It was a little soft, but in a way that was almost flattering when shooting people. I had checked this lens ~9 months ago and don't remember seeing anything. There also seems to be the beginnings of haze on other elements inside the lens. I haven't done any tests yet, and I really am not equipped to do that kind of stuff. So some questions: How fast can this happen? Why did the haze form the way that it did? Can it be stopped, once it's started? Can it be fixed? Would the haze likely not affect images if I stopped down 2.8 or more? Is there group therapy available for people who are watching a lens they love die? Any help is appreciated. @ f2 (below) @ f2.8 (below)
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