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Have you ever considered reversing the objective

Interesting results are guaranteed, examples shown in the following blog:

https://transienteye.com/2016/08/14/...ied-50mm-lens/
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Re: Have you ever considered reversing the objective

Thanks I might give that a try with one of my spare 50/1.7s - I've removed the rear group from one to give a soft focus lens (that needs considerable extension to focus) creating another unique lens from another would be good.
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Re: Have you ever considered reversing the objective

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Thanks I might give that a try with one of my spare 50/1.7s - I've removed the rear group from one to give a soft focus lens (that needs considerable extension to focus) creating another unique lens from another would be good.
This guy over on LUF has modified his 50mm f/2 DR https://www.l-camera-forum.com/topic...nverted-glass/ worth a look.
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Re: Have you ever considered reversing the objective

Or, alternatively:

This was posted on the MF Lenses website:

http://forum.mflenses.com/experiment...2.html#1501471

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