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Mirrorless VS Reflex ;-) sent on November 11, 2019 (17:51) by Skylab59. 30 comments, 432 views. [retina]

at 105mm, 1/25 f/4.0, ISO 800, hand held.

Leica III del 1936 e Nikon FTn del 1970. Due miti della storia della Fotografia



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avatarsenior
sent on November 11, 2019 (22:16) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

You said it all, two myths, beautiful, hello.
ps: not bad that Nikkor, I have the SC version.

avatarsenior
sent on November 12, 2019 (9:44) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Stefano,
thank you!
The Nikkor 50mm f/1.4 is from 1965 and I didn't take it together in the room, but a little later. I was missing a 50mm pre-AI... ;-)
[URL-http://www.marcocavina.com/articoli_fotografici/Nikkor_50_1,4_S_Auto/00_pag.htm] Here is a very complete article by friend Marco Cavina on the genesis of Nikkor 50mm 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-) 8-)
Greetings, Roberto

avatarsenior
sent on November 12, 2019 (12:03) | This comment has been translated

Thank you! Cheers

avatarjunior
sent on November 12, 2019 (12:26) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

hello Roberto, two beautiful machines! We had already talked about Nikon F, but what about this beautiful Leica III? Is it still working? Mine (more recent than yours, it's a Leica IIIc from 1948) is still perfectly functioning but I saw that it begins to filter light from the shutter (little holes have formed on the second curtain ... in this regard I found on the net an interesting repair tutorial conducted by the now famous repairman mikeno62 , I turn LINK of the video in question -- it does not seem such a difficult intervention, what do you say, can we try? Thank you and soon, Ermanno.

avatarsenior
sent on November 12, 2019 (14:22) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Ermanno,
Thank you for your appreciation! I didn't try the Leica III with the movie, so I don't know if it's working properly.
As for home-made repairs, I don't know... depends on you, how much you can do it. On the tutorials it always seems easy, then... :-/
If you are not more than good at these things I recommend to take it to a good photo repairer (in Italy there are still), which will put you back as new.
Good day, Roberto

avatarsenior
sent on November 12, 2019 (14:25) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Leica III used Robert Capa, who then gave it to his partner Gerda Taro.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/136879256@N02/23098587196

avatarjunior
sent on November 12, 2019 (14:25) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

thank you for the advice, I'll let you know

avatarjunior
sent on November 12, 2019 (14:28) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

eh yes, as far as your III is concerned it's an emotion just look at it! Bring with it an incredible history of photography!

avatarsenior
sent on November 12, 2019 (14:49) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

If you see how the controls are operated... you wonder how they used it:
- an impossible cleat to select the diaphragm
- the double-view, one to frame, and the other with the telemeter (both rather dark)
- the times divided on two different ghieres
- focus with a strange ledge in the lens
- charge of the film not quite easy (I have not yet tried it in person
)

avatarjunior
sent on November 15, 2019 (16:09) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

[url-https://postimg.cc/nMgXNt1H]


avatarjunior
sent on November 15, 2019 (16:29) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

this is my Leica IIIc from 1948, newer than yours but still the commands those are (goal aside). Believe me, it's a pleasure to use machines like that even if, as you pointed out, the controls are not really intuitive ... but this is only at the beginning, then once you have your hand you load it and use it quickly more than you might think! A note on optics: it is a 1938 Summar 5cm f2 with a light anti-reflective treatment. I informed myself and it turned out that in the pre-war period there were no anti-reflective treatments on optics ... probably the treatment was done after, maybe 1946/48. Who knows who bought this new material and who knows how many hands he passed before ending up with me! How many photographs and how many stories these wonderful machines could tell, just holding them is pure emotion! Good evening, Ermanno.

avatarsenior
sent on November 15, 2019 (16:32) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

WOW beautiful !!! 8-) 8-) 8-)
Have you've already tried the [URL?https://www.juzaphoto.com/gallery.php?l-en&t-2005477] ] Summar on digital? It's magical!
I noticed that you also have an M2 and that you use it. ;-)
Good evening to you too,
Roberto

avatarsupporter
sent on November 15, 2019 (21:31) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I used both; with Leica heart "forever" but, in practice, absolutely the Nikon, better without the Photomic, which was also more beautiful and essential, so much, with the Tri X, a look at the sky and the shot was always usable. Sigh :-( , thank you for proposing it. :-)

avatarjunior
sent on November 15, 2019 (23:15) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

hello Roberto, no no digital proof of the Summar (I have no digital machines that support it). Yes I also have the M3 (not M2), a copy of the first series (not very first) but it is still from 1955 and with advancement of the double-run film

avatarjunior
sent on November 15, 2019 (23:20) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

[url-https://postimg.cc/CBSv55tC]


avatarjunior
sent on November 15, 2019 (23:26) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Unfortunately the lens as you can see is not coevo, it is a very recent 35mm (2018) but it also works very well mounted on the "grandmother" ... I also use a very many a 21mm Elmarit always recent (I like to die) ride under example performed with M3, 21mm and film 100 ISO color converted to BN

avatarjunior
sent on November 15, 2019 (23:28) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

[url-https://postimg.cc/vDSpq7kp]


avatarjunior
sent on November 15, 2019 (23:29) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I find it to be a great result, hello and good evening, Ermanno.

PS.: I upload photos above even on my Juza space so I can appreciate it even at high resolution. www.juzaphoto.com/galleria.php?l=it&t=3381931

avatarsenior
sent on November 16, 2019 (8:13) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Wow, great quality.
But how did you scan?
Also magnificent the M3. It looks new. Dream 8-)

avatarjunior
sent on November 16, 2019 (8:51) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

The scans up to the 6x9 format I perform with a dedicated Nikon scanner - Nikon Super Coolscan 8000 ED that I bought again in 2004 and that still works perfectly for me! I'll turn you link to the photo of my specimen: www.juzaphoto.com/galleria.php?l=it&t=3114319


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