Old meets New

Discuss anything photo related here.
Nishin
1165
phpbb3styles ©
17 Nov 2010, 19:52
Location: Wervershoof (NH)

Post by Nishin »

Bron http://www.digitalcameraworld.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Jason Bognacki combined his 1919 Piccolette Contessa-Nettel camera with his Canon 5D Mark II. The results – as you can see below for yourself – are pretty impressive.

Image

Apart from the fantastic picture quality from a lens that is over 100 years old, it’s a great demonstration that old technology can happily find its place today – all it takes is a bit of creativity and imagination!

All images below were taken on a Zeiss Ikon 7.5cm, f/6.3 (wide open).

Image

Image



hier nog een:

Canon 5D Mark II mashup: K-24 aerial recon lens

We’ve featured the handywork of Jason Bognacki before when he combined his Canon 5D Mark II with a 1919 Piccolette Contessa-Nettel camera. Since then he’s done another Canon mashup; this time it’s a Canon 5D Mark II with a 7-inch f/2.5 Kodak Aero-Ektar lens attached to it removed from a K-24 aerial recon camera. These lenses were built by Kodak for aerial reconnaissance photography and most were made during World War II. There is even some dispute that these lenses are radioactive as they contain Thorium. Holy smokes.

Image

The lens is heavy, and Bognacki states that he found it near impossible to focus, but has again proved that old technology combined with new can reveal gorgeous results.

Image

What an amazing thing to not only preserve these fascinating relics of camera history, but to also prove their worth in photography today.
Image ローリングシュート

User avatar
Leander
892
06 Dec 2011, 20:27
Car: Mazda RX7 (FC3S)
Location: Hilvarenbeek

Post by Leander »

toch wel grappig om te zien, dat in honderd jaar tijd het basisprincipe van fotografie niet zo heel veel is veranderd

User avatar
Rens
Wangan Warrior
3533
27 Jul 2009, 14:34

Post by Rens »

Dit hebben wij op school ook wel eens gedaan. Google ook maar eens naar pinhole camera :P

Bop
329
16 Mar 2013, 15:05
Car: Mazda Miata (NA)

Post by Bop »

Maatje van me en ik hebben 30 jaar oude lenzen met een adapter op zijn 60D gezet. Resultaat: cheap-ass GLAZEN lenzen met mooie kleuren en scherpte en op wide open f/2.0 :frantic: Werkt met name met filmen, dan gebruik je toch vaak manual focus.
Mattijn wrote:"Wij zijn Roadster Crew, niet de club voor behoud van bodemplaat, banden en benzine."

Nishin
1165
17 Nov 2010, 19:52
Location: Wervershoof (NH)

Post by Nishin »

hoop echt iets ouds te vinden, wil ook wel een project beginnen
Image ローリングシュート

Post Reply
cron