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  1. What is the best way to store lens' to avoid fungus?i) In a sealed plastic box with silica gel?ii) In a cardboard box where the air can circulate?iii) In a daylight area?The area in question is not damp and does not suffer any extreme of temperature just a normal UK house environment.I am asking because a previous lens from another top quality lens brand ( 70-300 zoom bought from new) was left in my camera bag and fungus started to appear, it was never used in the rain and was stored at normal room temperature Thanks
  2. Hello I currently have a Leica TL2 using a adaptor for a M mount lens . I want to get a auto focus lens that will work with the TL2, I just don’t want to spend 1,500.00+ At the moment. Do I have any options ?
  3. I've been quite impressed with the 35/1.4 (Version IV) and the collapsable 50/2 (Version I). What are your favorite smallest and most versatile Leica M lenses?

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    Zum Verkauf steht meine gebrauchte Leica CL, die nur wenige Wochen in Benutzung war. Die Zahl der Auslösungen dürfte bei um die 10.000 liegen.Optisch und technisch ist die Kamera im makellosem Zustand. Keine Kratzer oder Beschlag.In dieser Anzeige und somit im Preis enthalten:» Leica CL Prime Kit Bundle mit Elmarit-TL 1:2.8/18 ASPH. (Neupreis 2.995 Euro)» Original 19524 Leica CL Protector Ledercase (Neupreis 150 Euro)» Original 18771 Leica M-Adapter für L Bajonett (Neupreis 380 Euro)» Zwei zusätzliche Leica CL Akkus BP-DC 12-E (Neupreis 80 Euro/Stück)» Original Leica CL Kamera Zubehör (Gurt, Ladegerät etc.) » Garantie- und Prüfkarten etc. sind vollständig vorhandenDie Kamera wurde am 4. Juli 2018 bei CALUMETPHOTO gekauft. Somit ist die Garantie noch lang verfügbar. Die Original Kaufrechnung lege ich bei.Bei Kauf stelle ich eine Rechnung mit ausgewiesener Mehrwertsteuer aus (der hier aufgeführte Preis ist Netto, sprich OHNE MwSt.). Sie sollten also die Mehrwertsteuer abführen können. Verkauf ohne Garantie oder Rückgaberecht, da ich kein Händler bin sondern die Sachen als selbstständiger Fotograf verkaufe.Der Preis ist inklusive versichertem Versand.Brutto: 3.213 Euro Netto: 2.700 Euro Besichtigung/Test in Braunschweig möglich.

    2,700.00 EUR

  5. This advert is COMPLETED!

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    Leica lens in very good condition, clean and clear. 90mm 2.0 Summicron-M, It comes with both caps and a built-in lens hood. The lens takes sharp and clear pictures. The 2.0 setting provides beautiful Bokeh and allows you to shoot in low light. I have used this lens on my Leica M6 and on the Sony A7Rll with an adaptor and got excellent results. The lens has the Leica 6 dot ASPH monitoring system in place Out of US Shipping charges will be added to the sales price.otherwise, the price includes shipping charges in the US © craigslist - Map data © OpenStreetMap (google map) make / manufacturer: Leica model name / number: summicron

    962.00 EUR

  6. Hello, I just sold my Nikon gear and hopefully I will get my M10 next week. I also ordered the 50mm Summilux and for the lower range the 28mm Summilux. Since I am not familiar with the product range (yet), I am looking for something at the upper range. Yesterday I found a 90mm (Elmar ?) macro for which you need to purchase a macro adapter. Is this a good lens for macro shots since the adapter has a 1:2 magnifying factor or are there other, better lenses for that purpose on the market ? Thank you very much for your replies. Greetings, Jurgen
  7. I have an aged lens that has a loose integrated sliding hood, since it's fitted outside of the lens group/barrel, it might not need an expert to do it. Does anyone know how a DIY trick?
  8. Hello from China everyone! My first post here, so please bear with me. I’m not a photographer or even close to it. I just want to learn more and do some things which I will get into later perhaps. I own a LEICA D-Lux Typ 109. I love it. I was wondering if there is any way of removing the lens and attaching the body to a LEICA APO-Televid 82mm or perhaps even a NIKON Monarch Spotting Scope body? I will leave the question at that and only get into more tech details if the replies warrant.
  9. HI, what's the best lens mount adapter for Leica M lens to Sony E.MONT that have you tried ? Thanks a lot.
  10. Although the pro/ con discussion has been beaten to death in numerous forums, I feel obliged to urge my fellow Leicaists: 1. Use filters, use filters, use filters! 2. Better still: close hip bag properly 40 years of accident free photography passed by in an instant... M7 & Cron 50 V with Leica UV filter after full drop on asphalt. Body and lens elements seem to be miraculously undamaged (besides minor mark on retractable hood). Focusing is butter smooth and aperture clicks softly (lens and camera visited Wetzlar half a year ago for a full CLA). I still have to find a way to remove the filter, though, which seems cold-welded to the lens thread... Kind regards Mathias
  11. I experimented with IR photography using my Elmarit 28/2.8 on the M8. I realized that this lens appears to cause a significant hot spot under IR conditions, especially with apertures 8 and up. Can you please share your experience with other lenses on the M8 when using for IR photography? Thanks! Ralph
  12. Hi Long story, but I somehow wound up with a 35mm 1.4 ASPH Summilux-M (the 11 874 version) and a 35mm 1.4 ASPH Summilux-M (the 11 663 version). The 11874 was my favorite lens, but now I prefer the 11663. I don't need the money right now, and it's not really taking up appreciable space in my apartment, but it seems to be selling for $4000 or so on auction - which is actually more than I paid for it back in the 90's. Is the general consensus that used lens prices will continue to increase ? Or should I sell it now while I can ? Thanks !
  13. Who will solve this one? I have attached an interesting photo of Winogrand working, taken by photographer Tod Papageorge in 1967. The problem is as follows: Winogrand is using two Leicas (I assume) - up to his eye is one with a Canon 35mm f/1.8 attached. Down towards his left hip is another camera with a mystery lens. Which one is it? As Papageorge took this picture, Winogrand had just finished taking one of his most famous photographs. Seemingly with a 35mm Canon (not the well known 28mm he often used, and perhaps even made famous). Also of interest, I have actually seen his contact print. The roll starts off in London, then BOOM, first strike back in Central Park gives an iconic photo. This should be fun!
  14. Hey girls and boys, I'm looking for ne portrait lens for my m8. I have an 35 lens but its not close enough. Do you have an recommendation for an portrait lens? Thank for help. Micha
  15. First of all, say hi to all the members here as I'm a new coming. Recently I've got a summicron 35 f/2 ASPH (11882) lens, when using it with my M240, I found sometimes it can produce very scary color for the very vivid part of the image, especially for magenta. Please check the attach files. The flowers seems to be a mess and the color looks far more saturation than the real scenery saw by eyes. Has anyone also encountered similar issues? What is related to? The lens or the camera body? Or I didn't get it on focus but I also tried to close the aperture the issue still exists. I tried to fix it in lightroom, it can become better and still very annoying. It also seems has something to do with white balance.
  16. Hi! I've been smitten by images I have seen online made by the 75mm Summilux and have recently found one in mint condition for a decent price. Before I decide to sneak another lens into my house... does anyone have any thoughts, reviews, comments or experience they can share with this lens? Love it? Hate it? Any quirks? Any examples of photos you have taken with it to push me over the edge? Thanks so much! Mike
  17. Hi, I'm new to Leica's and I have just bought an M4 but as I'm on a pretty tight budget, I bought a Jupiter 12 35mm lens. I've heard good things about this lens for the price but as it doesn't currently fit the M4 I've read that I need an adapter for it. Does anybody know the exact adapter I need? I've seen some on eBay that I think might do the trick but I can't be sure and I don't want to buy the wrong thing! Thanks.
  18. Hi, I love my 35 Cron and until now it has been the only lens that I have used on my M10. However, I would like to add a 50 to my bag. The size of the summarit is a strong attraction but I really like my 35 Cron and the images that I manage to get from it so could be tempted to find the extra cash. Would anyone like to share their views/experiences regarding each of these lenses. kindest regards, Bunza
  19. I have just recently bought a Summarex 85mm f 1.5 lens. In y opinion it is capable of producing sharp and exciting images, as well as some very soft creamy edged images. Are there any other Summarex users who use this lens for regular photo images? I use the lens on an M Monochrome and Sony Ar7IIr.
  20. In case you missed it: https://www.ft.com/content/1e27b37c-21f7-11e8-8138-569c3d7ab0a7 Great piece on the Leica factory and the incredible workmanship in a lens
  21. I just found (yet another...) 'Made in Germany' 35/1.4 v2 (11870). S/N is 3433XXX, which indicates that its birth date was sometime in 1987 if I'm not mistaken. It comes in its original box, with matching serial on the sticker. Interestingly, however, the writing on the box says 'Made in Canada'. I know it was some kind of a transition period for Leica, with parts from Canada being sent back to Germany, but it's the first time I see such a lens/box mismatch. Out of curiosity, a quick question for the experts here: have you seen this before?
  22. Hi, i like to rent a lens for a portrait project that i have in mind. I would like to take 3/4 length portrait shots with the person holding a plate of food in their hands. Emphasizing the person and the food at the sam time. Also I would like to keep the person separated from the back ground and most likely would use a white wall or natural background color. What focal length would you recommend. I see that my choices are 50mm, 75mm and 90mm. I should have ample space to set the shot up and i am using Leica M240. Thank you for your advise.
  23. I am experiencing an unfortunate problem with my APO-Summicron 90mm. After a brief portrait session at the office, I left the lens at the camera, over a desk. I almost always use it wide open and occasionally at f/5.6, but this time I went for f/16. When I returned to put it back to the leather case I noticed that the aperture ring was totally loose. It’s now spinning 360 degrees and the aperture blades don’t move at all. I always felt that the ring was too soft for my taste. I’d prefer it to be stiffer. But I never felt that there was a problem. In fact, the lens is still in very good shape and it never gets any rough using. I live in Brazil and I was just planning to take it for a trip do Portugal in about 45 days. I keep my equipment under an insurance that covers for damage. But if this is something relatively easy/cheap/quick to repair, I would prefer not to call the insurance company. Did any of you guys experienced something like this? Any help will be much appreciated. Thanks!
  24. I recently bought a used "mint" Summilux 35 ASPH FLE and upon receiving it I discovered the inside of the lens to be extremely dusty. Needless to say, I returned it immediately. I do wonder how this could be possible though - the lens was sold to the previous owner in 2016/10 so it's been used for about a year. I just can't believe a one-year-old lens can have this much dust in it. Is there some type of design flaw with the FLE version that makes it prone to dust? I'm thinking about getting a new one so I don't want the lens to be like this after a year...
  25. Dear Senior members, I just received my m10 camera early October. Besides using the modern Leica lens, I do like the compactness of the old collapsible Leica lens of the 1950s. I have the old Leica ELMOM 50 / 2.8 and SOONC 35 / 3.5, both are in collapsible version. The m10 instruction booklet advises not to collapse the lens whilst mounted on the camera, as it risk damaging the camera and lens. Is my understanding correct? Thank you. Benedict
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