I didn't know that any Xray machines have glass lenses; I know that
medical Xray machines use apertures and collimators to direct the
An almost-existential question: If there's no sharp focus, can there be bokeh?
On Sat, Aug 12, 2017 at 2:06 PM, Larry Colen <l...@red4est.com> wrote:
> Jostein wrote:
>> Over summer, Dario helped me procure a very special lens, a Rayxar
>> E65/1.0 made by de Oude Delft in Netherlands.
>> Yes, that's a 65mm f/1.0. :-) It's an optic made for x-ray machines.
>> Turned out, it had a M42x1.0 thread on one side, which means it fits
>> straight into a standard M42 -> PK adapter.
>> No aperture control and DOF like a sheet of graphene, but oh, the bokeh.
>> Think I will have some fun with this one. :-)
> Pleasing shape and colors. With that lens you could make even members of
> the pdml look good.
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