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Mixing Noktons Coffee break.

coffee-missile-175 fence-425 fence-not-425 fia-2-nokton-425 Fia-Nokton-175-web lady-nokton-425-web moped-425-web nokton-425-at56 nokton-mixing-175web nokton-mixing-425-web nokton-nokton-175 pedal-nokton-425 termos-web-175Here is a bunch of Images from earlier today. Took our bikes for a ride to the “view point” (we also had to walk and travel by farry) Great  day, great Coffee! Nice with some sun and warmth in the atumn gloom.

All but the one with the “springy thing” is whot wide open, the “springy thing” is shot at f5.6. Stoped down, The Noktons are flawless (“pretty much yeah”). Click the pictures and the topic will say “175” or “425” depending on the lens used. Sprayed away at 10fps to catch the guy on his moped. Luckaly he slowed down as he was passing, he pushed that thing to atleast 100kmh (im guessing) a little further down the road. Not just original parts i supose. 🙂

Other then that, nothing major to report. Tack sharp, nice bokeh. Awesome leneses.

 

Shot with Either Voigtländer Nokton 17.5mm f0.95 or Nokton 42.5mm f0.95 and Em-5. with either B+W UV and/or ND filters.

 

Thanks.

Laters.

Nokton 425

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So here is finally a post, have been working for a few days and i havent worked up to shoting/posting. CA keeps accuring. But the most apparent thing i have noticed over the last few days is that there is alot less Coma then the 17.5mm has. and its definitely sharper aswell. Have had the CV 42.5mm f0.95 for 3weeks now? And its really awesome. Sure some CA, which i have been bitching about, that goes for both the 17.5 & 42.5.

Well, to sum up so far. Its sharp (even wideopen). slightly sharper then the 17.5, it has alot less coma then the 17.5. Colors are better (not alot), bokeh looks pretty much the same (good) its alittle smaler, 3D pop feeling is better. And on the down side? Well nothing really…

 

And about the images. Shot wideopen with the Em.5 + Nokton 42.5mm f0.95, hld6 (first part)

Got super lucky nailing that fish on the fly @f0.95. Took it at the weekly fishing competition in Torsång. Man those old men/ladies can haul some fish! The rest of the pics are shot at random places around “town”.

 

Läjters.

 

Foggy Nokton 42.5 stuff.

cv-42-web3 - Kopia bello-425-web cv-42-hood-web cv-42-web-2cv-42-web34Some shots from around the house. Foggy and not to apealing today. Im sure some great photo opportunities hade presented them self if i had gone. Buuuuuut, no. a Stroll around the house was enough, plus a shot of my new ski boots and of the CV Nokton 42.5 f0.95 with the hood. Witch i dont use so i havent really remembered to take a photo of it. But here it is. Looks better without i think. All but the one containing the 42.5mm is shot with the 42.5mm. the other one with 17.5mm all shot @0.95.

 

Vi ses.

 

Häj häj häj.

Nokton mix.

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So here is what managed to select out of the bunch. Its a little bit of both the 17.5mm and 42.5mm. Took these over the last couple of days, on my way to work, in a closed down and abandoned mental asylumn and some random driving around with my car photos. If youre wondering about the text, i started to add some lame text to easier show wich lens i used. But it just looked stupid, so i stoped. So now it looks even more stupid when there is just a few with text. Well well. Pic 1,2,4,5,7 is shot with 17.5mm and thus pic 3,6,8 is shot with 42.5mm.

The foucs ring on my 42.5 is alot slower to move around when im foucsing, i guess thats because its brand new? Dont reallt remember if the 17.5 was any slower new compared to how it is now.

The 42.5 keep devlivering tack sharp images with lots of detail, nice colors,beautiful bokeh and not much to whine about. There isnt really much to say on the bad part, sure it could have a little less CA, but already it does not have much of it. It could be a little sharper. But then i guess your eyes would bleed due the knife sharp images. The Noktons sure could weigh less, but with the weight loss i am pretty sure things like softness,distortion and coma will come along. So i feel the weight is ok to.

It does make the MFT system a little less atractive, Em-5 + oly 45mm 1.8 is alot lighter and a few cm smaler. But it can not produce the same images. “The best camera is the one you bring with you” And i bring this combo alot more often then i did my Pana 14mm f2.5 (55g) and Oly 45mm f1.8 (116g). So for me the extra 700-900 grams? (not shure about the weight difference) that differs from my old kit to my Nokton kit is totally worth it. But i will say that the extra 700g does not go un noticed. If you’re thinking about buying this lens, you should have the weight in mind aswell.

So for me. This is the best camera! I totally love the 17.5& 42.5 combo. the characteristics of the two differs quite alot and they deliver awesome images.

 

Not shure what the exact f-stop is on pic 2 (pretty shure labled it wrong with  the ugly text). but the rest is shot @f0.95 with:

Em-5

Nokton 17.5mm f0.95 or Nokton 42.5mm f0.95

B+W ND4 or B+W ND8

Hld6. Awesome grip! (the “first” part of it) the secound part is kind of awkward.

 

 

Arrividerci.

Day 4, Nokton 42.5 “Vs” nokton 17.5

nokton-425-ASD-ASD-42.5 nokton-425-ASD-ASD-2-17.5Here is some sort of comparison between 2 shots, the top one taken with the CV Nokton 42.5mm f0.95 and the bottom taken with CV Nokton 17.5mm f0.95. I have edited both to the best of my abillity.

Color correction,CA, sharpness (i sharpened them equally). Well most things u usually edit. I have tried to make them as equal as possible. And as you can see, they dont differ much at all.

I got some feedback on flickr from a reader! (Yes apparently i atleast got one reader! or perhaps visitor is the correct term 🙂 ) It seems i have given the impression that the 17.5mm is not an awesome lens. And that was never my intention, nor is it the case!

The Nokton 17.5mm f0.95  is totally awesome! Sure it has CA, but so does everylens… if you pixelpeep these 2 images, the 42.5 is slightly sharper, now when cropped and sharpend, you cant tell them apart. The only apparent differens is the FOV (and some contrast on her face, the sun peeped out when i was shooting with the 42.5).

And that is almost all the diffrence there is. BUT the 42.5mm is to my eyes, sharper,has less CA and less distortion. When compared.

At the end of the day. Its not much to whine about, or perhaps nothing at all to whine about. The difference between the 17.5 and the 25 is alot bigger i think, but that is alot of guess work on my part, i have just shot a few pics with the 25. I think Sharpness is towards the low end of what is acceptable. (as far as i could tell from the little i used it) And by that i sharpness @ the biggest aperture. Stopped down they are pretty much flawless, that goes for the 25mm to i guess.

Hope this straighten things out!

 

Hej svejs.

 

Norge Roadtrip

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EM-5 + Nokton 17.5mm f0.95 B+W ND8 and B+W 110

EM-5 + Oly 40-150mm R

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So here are some shots from our road trip to Norway,awesome country, insanely beautiful. For change, most of the shots are from my Samyang 7.5mm. Lovely lens, it have been kind of forgotten lately. Alot because of the Voigtländer 🙂 But with scenery like this, you gotto go wider. Colors from the Samyang is not as good as you might expect, but in post you can get it right pretty easy.

Its not like it totaly lack colors, just some saturation and contrast. Sharpness is really good. very little or no CA. Distortion, well, its a fisheye for 270Euro (in sweden). So go get one!

Couple of shots in there from the Voigtländer aswell, info under the pictures.

Its late, so i´ll go to bed.

 

Laters.

 

 

Kayak!

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Bought myself a kayak a cople of days ago (witch also means i wont be getting the Voigtländer 42.5mm any time soon 🙁 ), already cought my first pike in it! 🙂 It´s not quite the same as fishing from a boat. And as for the photos, Some CA in shot nr 1, at the ” Venture Kayaks” logo. Tack-sharp as always. perhaps there is more to whine about for the geeky eye. I sure cant find it though 🙂

I have pretty much sold all my other lenses by now (Pana Leica 25, Oly 45 and the Pana 14). The 17.5mm is always on. Still have the Oly 40-150 and Samyang 7.5mm. I need those for my holydays or skiing trips in the winter. That and the low coast of the two are the only reason i still own them.

All shot with The Voigtländer Nokton 17.5mm f0.95 @f0.95 + OMD Em-5.

Tjena.

 

an Actual fishing trip! (With the Nokton)

 

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Just came home from a fishing trip to Idre.This time we actualy cought fish, and not just one. So that was nice, and we had good enough weather aswell.

And as for the pics they turned out nicely as always, maybe the subjects could have been better :p

The second picture show quite alot of CA around his face and neck and the last one around out lines of the cap and the text on the cap. Other then that, not much to whine about.

All shots taken with the Olympus Omd Em-5, Voigtländer Nokton 17.5mm f0.95 @f0.95, hld-6(frist part) and a B+W ND8 filter.

 

Latersssss.

“Fishing” trip with the Nokton

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Havent really left the house much sense we moved here 🙂  with a couple of exeption, mountainbiking or work… and the camera dont really come with on those occations. So the updates in my blog havent been all that freequent.

But here are some pics from a fishing trip we made a couple of weeks ago. Didnt get a single fish for the entire weekend. Sweet.

Good thing there´s one thing you can count on, the Nokton, delivers accordingly as usuall.

 

Laters.

Forgot my tripod

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I originaly headed out for some shooting with my B+W ND110 filter, but when i realized that i had forgotten my tripod, after half an hour of driving, i kind of ditched that idea.

So i tried to get some better understanding of my B+W Polarized filter if it could be of any help shooting wideopen in broad daylight.

You might say ” Only a moron would shoot wideopen in broad daylight” well…to that i would say “Only a moron wouldn´t shoot wiedeopen, all the time ” (with the nokton that is)

And yeah, i do shoot @f5.6 on occation, but i never said i was the brightest one in the bunch either.

 

First 2 is shot with ND4 and Circ-pol filter. Dont think the pol filter is of much use in those kind of shots. But it did some good in the shot

with the water dropplets, it reduced some of the reflection and made the drops a little less highkey. But i think im going to use it more for

landscape shots like the last one (as it was intended i guess 😛 )

Nokton power!

 

Laters onionitos.

 

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