Paul Cruchten

Paul Cruchten

Lives in Luxembourg Luxembourg
Has a website at http://pc3.smugmug.com/
Joined on Oct 12, 2003

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  • guess i would be:) still have my old M and A lenses: 50 1.4/1.7; 28mm 2.8; 24mm; 200mm 4.0; Zenitar 16mm, Tokina 70-200mm and a Sigma 28-70mm EX and a M 135mm. I'd need something in the tele area, ...
  • Nice to see you're back, alive and kicking. I must admit I thought about you last weekend and wondered what might have happened that you didn't post since last Carnival. Guess you were busy ...
  • this wee lizard is one of my favourites. Although with only a very narrow sharpness, I believe it still shows a certain grandeur. Especially framed, at 120cm by 30cm. Merry Christmas to all
  • Created discussions X20 and Concerts... again
    Haven't posted here for some time. Finally managed to attend a concert and getting close enough to get decent shots without overstretching the X20's sensor and zoom capabilities. Remo Cavallini & ...
  • Thanks for the comment Jim, Pen-y-ghent is a hill that always focuses your mind on its best sides:)
  • Hi, I own both the 12-24 and the 15mm Ltd, although I've got to say that since owning the 15mm I've hardly ever used the 12-24, except when I really needed the extra wideness. I do like the ...
  • Hi Jack, 4!!?? gosh, that's almost half the population  ;) And... did they believe the Youth Hostel story? :) Paul
  • Hi, I've been using the M 50 1.7 when I started ages ago and recently I found a pristine M 50 1.4. So, even if it is not the FA lens I'll post a landscape pic. The viewing and composition should be ...
  • Hi Jack, nice one, wish that idea would have been mine:) take care
  • ...and an inbuilt valium dispenser for when the little QC errors are being noticed:)
  • Replied in 50mm f1.4
    Sorry to be lateish in answering, been away for three days. Hadn't seen this article before, interesting read. Thanks for the link
  • Yeah, some problems do recur from time to time, but why not start in a fresh thread with your explanation of the problem. Sometimes these recurring events do not have necessarily the same origins ...
  • Replied in 50mm f1.4
    Thanks for commenting, ah, Paris under a leaden sky - sigh. Haven't been there for ages, though. Beautiful set of pics of the sculptures. Paul http://pc3.smugmug.com/ 'Already Eve had an Apple
  • Are you sure the OP is still interested in an answer? This thread dates back to 2010/2011.
  • Or, in considering a thread a couple of months old about Pentax new mind-blowing camera, it is the gap through which Schroedinger's cat escaped. The thread was: " Photokina 2014 & Pentax FF — be ...
  • Replied in Me too!
    Hi Brett, I'm always happy to spent some time in Skipton ( even if I have to cross the Dales for it) as I usually find something that I really need, whether some outdoor stuff from the sportsshop ...
  • Yes, I was amazed about that, even at 1.4 or 2.8, the sharpness is very good. Just had a look at theaverage price on ebay. Looks like a got it at a decent pricing as well :)
  • Replied in 50mm f1.4
    It's the M version. K-3 and K-5 IIs handle this lens pretty well.
  • Created discussions 50mm f1.4
    Hi, I've just been back from a two-week stay in the Yorkshire Dales. There in Skipton, I found a lens I've found a pristine 50mm 1.4 lens for £65. It has been on my wish list for quite some time ...
  • Hi Phil, no, never been there, my favourite exotic place seems to be Yorkshire :). Just back from there and, hopefully able to post some shots of it in the near future.
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