Topic: Lomography Petzval for Nikon and Canon

http://microsites.lomography.com/petzval-lens/

85mm. ƒ/2.2. Brass. Waterhouse stops. Rack and pinion focus. Vignette. Swirls.

I think they've captured our aesthetic and look like making a viable modern product out of it :-)

Plus, with a Waterhouse slot, imagine the creative potential for aftermarket funny-shaped stops. Clever, clever, cunning, crafty buggers!

Last edited by SteveFE (2013-08-01 08:10:14)

Canon EOS30D, Sony NEX-3
Favourite M/F lenses: Nikkor 50/1.4 pre-AI, Zuiko 50/1.4, Flek 35/2.4, SP 35-80/2.8-3.8, Macro-Tak 50/4 preset *NEW* Jupiter-8 and more rangefinder lenses to come!
Favourite (and only) AF lens: Sigma 12-24

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Re: Lomography Petzval for Nikon and Canon

A gaussian bokeh... hmmm....

Re: Lomography Petzval for Nikon and Canon

Looks awful to me, but if this lens and the resulting pictures appeals to someone, why not.

Btw - I really like to see surplus money being collected from those hipster LOMO apologists. God knows what they would buy instead - a year's supply of soy lattes, a pair of new Woody Allen-spectacle frames or even... drugs! wink

Re: Lomography Petzval for Nikon and Canon

Holy S311t!!! They raised $1M on Kickstarter!!!!!


http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/20 … ickstarter


Is this for real?


Well, maybe this is the answer to the people who (like me) would really like to see "digital film" come to life big_smile.

Aahhhh... A digital Nikon F2 big_smile...

Anybody want to start a campaign tongue?


Maybe Nikon or Canon would make the thing if given suitable funds. I was thinking, say, a film back for some select models, but with a sensor and interface instead of a pressure plate (yeah, yeah, let me dream on tongue...).


Cheers!

Nikon: D7000; F2; F4; FA. RMC Tokina 17/3,5; Ensinor 24/2,8 Macro; Nikkor: S.C. 50/1,4; AI-s 28/2,8; Micro 55/2,8; 80-200/4; S. E: 35/2,5; 100/2,8; Viv. S. 1 105/2,5 Macro (Kiron); MC Rokkor PG 58/1,2; Canon FD 300/4; Pentacon 135/2,8.
Pentax: K20D; CZJ Flek 20/4; SMC Pentax: A 28/2,8; 50/1,7; M 50/1,4; Tak. 50/1,4; Tamron Adall 2: SP 90/2,5 Macro; SP 60-300; 35-70/3,5 CF; .
And some others...