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SL + Summilux-R 50 f1.4 (E60)

 

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2 hours ago, robgo2 said:

SL + Summilux-R 50 f1.4 (E60)

 

Very, very nice.

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14 hours ago, gbealnz said:

First quarter moon, just now

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SL at prime focus of the 10" f5 newt.

1/1000th sec, ISO200

Gary

 

Hi Gary,

May I ask what focal length? 

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20 hours ago, arvin said:

Hi Gary,

May I ask what focal length? 

Sorry Arvin, just saw this.

Primary mirror is 10" so ~250mm.

F5, so ~1250mm focal length.

It's a home-made newtonian scope.

Gary

 

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1 hour ago, helged said:

First traces of sun on the northern lapwing (Vanellus vanellus). SL + APO-Telyt-R 400mm f2.8 + APO-Extender-R 1.4x.

Nice! You must be a strong man 😄

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16 minutes ago, AlanYWM said:

Nice! You must be a strong man 😄

No problem at all - when shooting from a sturdy tripod, that is ;)... In this case at 1/100 s and with the electronic shutter activated.

The focus mechanism of the APO-Telyt-R 400mm f2.8 (this is the rigid version, but the same holds for the modular system) is simply  f a n t a s t i c . With a high-quality EVF as on the SL, you can nail the focus with high precision in the field; to within +/-1 cm (likely less), I would guess. I actually think that these old APO-Telyts - the copy I have was made in 1991 - are as made for present-day, high-quality EVF and electronic shutter systems... But yes, bulky and heavy it is.

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