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  1. 55mm 1:4 Distagon Rolleiflex wide. Tri-X, D76.
  2. Invisible. Lizzie, Havapoo and blueberry foliage. 55mm 1:4 Distagon, Rolleiflex wide, Ilford FP4+, D76.
  3. Will there really be a "Morning"? (E. Dickinson). Leica M10M, 50mm Noctilux 1.2, v.2.
  4. Flisan, our cottage goat. M10M, Noctilux 1.2 @ 1.2.
  5. Flisan, our cottage goat. M10M, Noctilux 1.2 v.2 @ 1.2.
  6. Études, 27. Rolleiflex 2.8 GX. Tri-X, D76 1:1.
  7. "Let me show you this place...". M10M, 50mm Summilux-M, v.2.
  8. You and I, #10. People with their loved animal friends. M10M, 50mm Noctilux 1.2 v.2.
  9. Rolleiflex 75mm Planar 3.5 F, Tri-X, D76.
  10. Vielen Dank Börje, habe ich doch gut verstanden. Und Östersund kenne ich auch. :))
  11. Love to shoot this lens/film combination. Is it Frösön in the background? :))
  12. Great composition and pose. I love the colours. :))
  13. The problem with the original hood is, that in order to accommodate filters (my guess) it only has a single set of pins, not the usual pairs. (A problem with the 50mm Summilux ASPH BC, where you can't put a filter in with the hood on.) Therefore the Noctilux 1.2 ASPH hood sits loosely on the lens, and easily wiggles off. Unlike the e.g. ITDOO (39mm) which also has a single setup of pins but sits very tight on the lenses. I skipped this hood and use a simple screw in E49mm hood which I screw into the filter. There are plenty available from old lenses from e.g Pentax or Olympus. It works p
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