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ISCORAMA VS baby HYPERGONAR : the movie


Sebastien Farges

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Hello everyone, here is a quick and non scientific comparison between the Iscorama 1.33X very rare version (taht I have just for this past week end) and my baby hypergonar 1.75X.

 

 

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Iscorama 36
non MC
1.33X version
Pentax Takumar
55mm f2
Pentax mount
 
VS 
 
baby Berthiot Hypergonar
 
1.75X version
 
Contax Zeiss Planar
45mm f2
Contax G mount
 
on GH3
natural mode
1080 50P
light craft ND variable filter
Tokina 0.5 diopter
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