Asahi's oldest lens on the newest camera

Started Jul 23, 2009 | Discussions thread
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Peter Jonkman Senior Member • Posts: 1,007
Asahi's oldest lens on the newest camera

I thought it was fun to use Asahi's oldest lens again on the newest camera. I have tried this lens before when I bought my Pentax *ist DS new back in 2004. But not in a serious way as I was more of a collector than a photographer back then. The lens is the 50mm f/3.5 Asahi-Kogaku Takumar (type I) which was the standard lens of the Asahiflex I from 1952. As you may know, the Asahiflex I was the first Japanese 35mm SLR.

What strikes me is the very smooth bokeh of this little lens!

More samples can be seen here: http://forum.mflenses.com/asahis-oldest-slr-lens-on-the-newest-camera-t18763.html

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