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Old 09-05-2011   #1
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Default Konica Hexanon 135mm 3.2 lens

I have several 135mm lenses of different makes but I find I like this one the best. Our son's cat had 8 kittens here are 2 of them. Taken hand held with my EPL1.


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Looks a bit oversharpened. Nice legacy glass.
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I have to agree there: too sharp.
However, nice glass nonetheless!

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It is too sharp for my tastes, but still a good portrait.
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Default Re: Konica Hexanon 135mm 3.2 lens

Thanks for the comments. I had over sharpened the photo to get it ready for converting to a painting using Studio Artist 4. Here is the result.



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