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  1. Thank you so much for your kind explanation!!
  2. Does this lens even exist? :-)). I wasn't aware there were any 4cm Sonnars out there. Is is from a Tenax camera? Does it cover the 24x36 format?
  3. Leica M10-R, Summilux 35 pre-ASPH at f2
  4. My Father Leica M10-R, Zeiss Sonnar 50/1.5 (1958) at f4
  5. Leica M10-R, approx 1957 Zeiss Opton Sonnar 50/1.5, at f8
  6. The Zeiss lenses are very flare resistant, in stark contrast with Leica lenses. The C-Biogon is no exception here. I remember Erwin Putts had an article declaring the C-Biogon the king of flare resistance. The best Leica lens, in this respect, in my experience, was the Summilux 50 ASPH. I used it without a hood with no issues (as I do with all my lenses).
  7. Leica M10-R, Summicron 8 elements
  8. Yes, here: https://www.balticoptics.lv/kameras/foto/m-sistema/product/leica-m10-p-reporter-3.html And discounted. You're welcome 😀
  9. There is no contest here: the M10-M is king of the lowlight world IMHO. However, I was pleasantly surprised by how well the M10-R performed. Its colours look also much more natural to my eye
  10. The M11 files look more contrasty to me. Not an advantage in my book
  11. horosu

    I love my M11.

    An already well used M11 😇😁😉....
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