Some shots from the Voigtländer 17.5

Started Dec 18, 2012 | Discussions thread
Bob Tullis
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Re: Some shots from the Voigtländer 17.5
In reply to oysteinvidnes, Dec 19, 2012

I quite enjoyed reading your impressions of the lens. I was nervous at the layout it took to acquire one, but almost immediately putting some light through it I knew it wasn't a mistake. I love its imperfections that impart it's own character wider open, and its construction also makes it a pleasant experience to handle.  And what it and the OM-D can do in the dark is nothing if not empowering.

I'm not sure I find all the images appropriate for this FOV, though there's a lot to like here - but the first just blows me away. Can't quite describe why it's so engrossing. And it's more than a fortunate opportunity, that's clear.

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