Carl Zeiss Planar 50mm f/1.7 Sigma mount

jesito

Well-Known Member
I got this adapted lens not so long. It performs really well on my SD10 although the light measuring is not really fine (sometimes overexposes upto 2 points). Sharpness and bokeh are remarkable.

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Kind regards.

Jes.
 

tc95

Well-Known Member
Jes great shots....I love my Zeiss glass on my SD14....

Keep up the shots..

Tony C.
 

jesito

Well-Known Member
Thanks, Tony.
I'm thinking on getting a SD14 back home...
Did you replace the camera mount or do you have adapted lenses?.

Regards.

Jes.
 

tc95

Well-Known Member
Jes,

I replaced the Camera mount....I had a bunch of Zeiss ZF glass and thought the mount replacement would be the most logical way of going...

Tony C.
 

jesito

Well-Known Member
Jes,

I replaced the Camera mount....I had a bunch of Zeiss ZF glass and thought the mount replacement would be the most logical way of going...

Tony C.
The right move!... I got only this Planar, all the other lenses are Sigma.

Regards.

Jes.
 

dirk

CI-Founder
Check for Leitax adapters. AFAIK he is also offering more C/Y-M42 adapters than shown on his site:

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Best wishes
 

DSG

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The right move!... I got only this Planar, all the other lenses are Sigma.

Regards.

Jes.
Hi Joe, I converted my Zeiss 50mm f1.7 Planar T* to PK mount as it was closer to the diameter of the lens than an SA mounting plate.
Extremely difficult conversion too, and was'nt really worth it in the end as I never use the lens anymore because I much prefer my Canon FL 55mm f1.2.
BTW, would you be interested in a Zeiss 85mm f1.4 Planar T* in SA mount? Its near mint, comes with a really great, hard rubber lenshood
and I'll take £300 for it. I can throw in the original C/Y mounting plate should you want to convert it back...Its was an extremely easy lens to convert. I'm only selling it because firstly, I have fallen on hard times lately and secondly because I have a faster Canon FD 85mm f1.2 L, also in SA mount.
 

jesito

Well-Known Member
Hi Joe, I converted my Zeiss 50mm f1.7 Planar T* to PK mount as it was closer to the diameter of the lens than an SA mounting plate.
Extremely difficult conversion too, and was'nt really worth it in the end as I never use the lens anymore because I much prefer my Canon FL 55mm f1.2.
BTW, would you be interested in a Zeiss 85mm f1.4 Planar T* in SA mount? Its near mint, comes with a really great, hard rubber lenshood
and I'll take £300 for it. I can throw in the original C/Y mounting plate should you want to convert it back...Its was an extremely easy lens to convert. I'm only selling it because firstly, I have fallen on hard times lately and secondly because I have a faster Canon FD 85mm f1.2 L, also in SA mount.
Let me think on it, really tempting... ;)

Regards.
Jes.
 
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