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  1. Liebe erfahrene Leica-Freunde, ich besitze ein "älteres" Voigtländer Nokton 50mm f1.5 Objektiv mit Schraubgewinde, welches ich mit einem M-Bajonett-Adapter (ebenfalls von Voigtländer) an meinen analogen und digitalen M-Kameras nutze. Leider hat dieses Objektiv an der digitalen M (240) ein bisschen "Backfocus", die tatsächliche Schärfe-Ebene liegt also weiter hinten als das Schnittbild im Entfernungsmesser. Oder konkret formuliert: wenn ich im Messsucher auf die Augen fokussiere, dann sind auf dem Foto die Augen etwas unscharf, die Schläfen oder Ohren jedoch scharf abgebildet. Nun die Frage an die erfahrenen Leica-Besitzer und -Bastler: Wie kann ich diesen Backfocus am Objektiv korrigieren / justieren? (am Messucher der Kamera liegt es zum Glück nicht, denn andere Objektive fokussieren ja korrekt) Ich bedanke mich sehr herzlich für hilfreiche Tips, Tricks und Hinweise. Christian
  2. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • For Sale
    • Used

    For sale is the LTM Summilux 50mm F1.4 Pre-A (11621), w/ a 6-bit coded adapter. Price: 1900 GBP, or its equivalent in Euro at the moment of sale. Cosmetically in excellent condition, with only minimal signs of use. Mechanically in full working order. Smooth focus action and aperture adjustment. Aperture blades are oil free. Optically in excellent condition. No fungus or haze, and minimal dust inside. Comes with: Lens x 1 6-bit coded brass adapter x 1 Leica front cap x 1 Generic M-mount rear cap x 1 B+W 46mm MRC filter x 1 Leica original leather lens case x 1 This lens was bought from a London-based Leica dealer last year. I'm only settling it, reluctantly, to fund another purchase. I don't have the original box, paperwork, or the original screw cap, which is reflected in the listed price. Payment: Bank Transfer Postage: Royal Mail Special Delivery (1pm) for UK addresses. International Tracked and Insured for EU addresses. Buyer pays for postage (not included in the listed price). Import duties/charges will not be covered.

    2,170.00 EUR

  3. Hi there, I've recently come into ownership of a mint Summaron 35mm 2.8 lens. After some quick research I believe it is the original ltm mount. There is no red dot, and the lens focuses down to 1m. It comes with the original caps, bubble and the lens hood. Its in mint condition. I will upload pictures shortly but just wondered in todays market whats a good average price these lenses go for? Thanks Alex
  4. Paris 20e, pl. Gambetta; M240 50 'lux pre-Asph LTM
  5. [ I did not find a pertinent thread via forum search; if this is a duplicate question, please be so kind to provide a link, otherwise feel free to answer ] What adapters can be reliably used on the M10 for e.g. a classic LTM Elmar 50 mm in your experience? In older threads (pre M10), the three most widely recommended were - Original Leitz (50mm seems to be a bit scarce on the market) - Voigtländer - CameraQuest/ Rayqual (seem unavailable in Europe) The M10 has been reported to be more finicky with regard to 6 bit coding. Is it also more of a diva with regard to adapters? I have read the caveats about collapsing; now I am looking out for an adapter... Thanks, Mathias
  6. This will be old hat for you, but I can still get carried away by the mechanical wonder of the original curtain shutter and the incremental improvement it underwent. Please be lenient towards a relative newcomer to LTM innards iPhone slow motion of IIIa timing mechanism: http://www.galerie-elsner.de/video/IIIa.MOV [ The video file is 8 MB, so those on a mobile or on a slow internet connection might refrain from clicking the link ] This is from the original German patent published in 1926 (declared valid as of 1924):
  7. I effectively ruined my hideously expensive multifocal eyeglasses with LTM-photography (Leica II & III, FED & Zorki) . A little too late, I started experimenting with various washers etc but found that most items increase the viewing distance and lead to incomplete viewfinder / rangefinder coverage, which is restricted enough with eyeglasses on classic LTMs anyway. There may be some professional solutions around, but I have come up with a low cost, dispensable item, which may not be perfect on aesthetic grounds, but works very well in the field for me. I did not bother with geometric perfection . I used a 12 mm and a 6 mm punching tool respectively, and some general adhesive cloth tape from the hardware store. My new eyeglasses will arrive next week Kind regards Mathias
  8. (0) Preface Confession: I like my Soviet Leica clones! There, I’ve said it! You may start throwing eggs and rotten tomatoes at me right here and now - or you may defer until you have read this piece with a little tongue-in-cheek Since this forum teems with true LTM experts (no irony here, I appreciate the knowledgeable and helpful members of this subforum), most of you may rightfully decide not to bother with these propaedeutic musings. No offence taken. Fig. 1: ca. 1955 FED-1(G), ca. 1951 KMZ Zorki-1b, 1932 Leica II(D), 1953 Leica IIIf(RD), harmoniously side by side. Although this whole post is is a bit off topic, I take the liberty to post in LUF, because even the Leica company museum in Wetzlar proudly exhibits an astonishing array of Leica clones, understandably, in order to underpin the desireability of the original.
  9. Hi. Used a Leitz M39 to Leica m Adapter on my M10 with a summaron 35/2.8 lens. The rangefinder coupling is not working and my M10 terminates the liveview witin seconds and sets back the manual lens selection to ‚auto‘. Does anybody have an explanation/solution? Thx a lot!
  10. I've used my Visoflex 1 on my '37 Leica II, fitted with bellows, to take macro shots but I've just put it on my IIIf along with a 200mm Telyt lens to check it over before I take it out for some alpine photography in a few weeks time. The problem is that although I can swing the camera through 90 degrees for portrait and landscape views, the camera is not horizontal or vertical, but off by a few degrees. This means that I can't get horizontal at all (unless I unscrew the Visoflex slightly), and I can achieve vertical but only by moving the camera off one of the Visoflex end-stops (I hope that makes some sense?!). Can I adjust the 'end stops' on the Visoflex so that I can ensure horizontal / vertical setting of the camera? If so, how? Thanks, David.
  11. As the winner of the last round (Look up! Look Up!) it is my great pleasure to set the theme for the next Barnack Challenge. So for the Barnack Challenge #33 I have chosen the theme "Seen Through" The dates are: Taking pictures: Saturday 28th October to Sunday 5th November Posting pictures: Monday 6th November to Sunday 19th November Voting: Monday 20th November to Sunday 3rd December Good luck! Regards, Erl As a reminder here are the rules: The Barnack Challenge runs four times a year. It is open to all Leica User Forum members. In order to participate you must shoot a roll of film in line with a predefined theme within a defined period using a Screwmount or early fixed-lens Leica camera. You may use any lens, regardless of age or manufacturer, as long as it is LTM. Select your shot that in your view best matches the theme and post it onto a single thread set up for the purpose by the organiser in the Barnack Challenge Sub Forum. Post-processing of your image should be kept to a minimum - nothing that couldn't be done in a wet darkroom fifty years ago. You may post your image any size within forum rules. The thread will be open for postings but NOT for voting to allow all entries to be posted before voting starts. Your entries are not anonymous; feel free to post camera, lens and film details. Voting will then be opened. Votes may then be cast on the following basis: Three points for best, two points for second and one point for third. Voting runs for two weeks. One vote per member, no voting for your own image. The winner gets the right to set the theme for the next Barnack Challenge. ------ Als der Gewinner der letzten Barnack Challenge, (Autoportrait / Selbstportrait) moechte ich hiermit das Thema fuer die naechste Challenge bekanntgeben: "Tones, Tones, Tones!" (Töne, Töne, Töne!). Correction: "Seen Through" Die Daten: Zeit zum Photographieren: Samstag 28 October to Sonntag 5 November Hochladen des Beitrags: Montag 6 November to Sonntag 19 November Abstimmung: Montag 20 November to Sonntag 3 December Viel Spass und Erfolg! Gruss Erl Zur Erinnerung hier nochmal die Regeln: Die Barnack Challenge findet vier mal im Jahr statt. Jedes Leica User Forum Mitglied ist Teilnahmeberechtigt. Zur Teilnahme muessen Sie einen Film belichten, wobei die Photos dem gestellten Thema entsprechen sollten und innerhalb der angegebenen Zeit enstanden sein muessen. Die Photos muessen mit einer Schraubleica oder einer fruehen Leica mit fest eingebautem Objektive entstanden sein. Alle Objektive mit Schraubanschluss unabhaengig vom Alter oder Hersteller koennen verwendet werden. Waehlen Sie das Photo das Ihrer Meinung nach am besten dem gestellten Thema entspricht und stellen Sie es in den entsprechenden Thread im Barnack Challenge Subforum. Die Bilder sollten nur minimal am Computer manipuliert werden (Post-processing) - nur solche Manipulationen sind zugestanden die auch in einer Dunkelkammer vor 50 Jahren moeglich waren. Sie koennen Ihr Photo in jeder den Forumsregeln entsprechenden Groesse einstellen. Das Abstimmen beginnt nachdem alle Beitraege in einem gegebenen Zeitraum eingestellt sind. Ihre Bilder sind nicht anonym, und sie koennen auch gerne den verwendeten Kameratyp, Objektiv und Film angeben. Nachdem der Zeitraum zum Hochladen der Bilder abgelaufen ist beginnt die Abstimmung. Jedes Forumsmitglied das abstimmt muss dreimal Punkte verteilen: Drei Punkte fuer das beste Bild Zwei Punkte fuer das zweitbeste Bild Einen Punkt fuer das drittbeste Bild Jedes Forumsmitglied kann einmal abstimmen, darf jedoch nicht fuer den eigenen Beitrag stimmen. Der Gewinner bestimmt das Thema fuer die folgende Barnack Challenge.
  12. As the winner of the last round (Look up! Look Up!) it is my great pleasure to set the theme for the next Barnack Challenge. So for the Barnack Challenge #33 I have chosen the theme "Seen Through" The dates are: Taking pictures: Saturday 28th October to Sunday 5th November Posting pictures: Monday 6th November to Sunday 19th November Voting: Monday 20th November to Sunday 3rd December Good luck! Regards, Erl As a reminder here are the rules: The Barnack Challenge runs four times a year. It is open to all Leica User Forum members. In order to participate you must shoot a roll of film in line with a predefined theme within a defined period using a Screwmount or early fixed-lens Leica camera. You may use any lens, regardless of age or manufacturer, as long as it is LTM. Select your shot that in your view best matches the theme and post it onto a single thread set up for the purpose by the organiser in the Barnack Challenge Sub Forum. Post-processing of your image should be kept to a minimum - nothing that couldn't be done in a wet darkroom fifty years ago. You may post your image any size within forum rules. The thread will be open for postings but NOT for voting to allow all entries to be posted before voting starts. Your entries are not anonymous; feel free to post camera, lens and film details. Voting will then be opened. Votes may then be cast on the following basis: Three points for best, two points for second and one point for third. Voting runs for two weeks. One vote per member, no voting for your own image. The winner gets the right to set the theme for the next Barnack Challenge. ------ Als der Gewinner der letzten Barnack Challenge, (Autoportrait / Selbstportrait) moechte ich hiermit das Thema fuer die naechste Challenge bekanntgeben: "Tones, Tones, Tones!" (Töne, Töne, Töne!). Correction: "Seen Through" Die Daten: Zeit zum Photographieren: Samstag 28 October to Sonntag 5 November Hochladen des Beitrags: Montag 6 November to Sonntag 19 November Abstimmung: Montag 20 November to Sonntag 3 December Viel Spass und Erfolg! Gruss Erl Zur Erinnerung hier nochmal die Regeln: Die Barnack Challenge findet vier mal im Jahr statt. Jedes Leica User Forum Mitglied ist Teilnahmeberechtigt. Zur Teilnahme muessen Sie einen Film belichten, wobei die Photos dem gestellten Thema entsprechen sollten und innerhalb der angegebenen Zeit enstanden sein muessen. Die Photos muessen mit einer Schraubleica oder einer fruehen Leica mit fest eingebautem Objektive entstanden sein. Alle Objektive mit Schraubanschluss unabhaengig vom Alter oder Hersteller koennen verwendet werden. Waehlen Sie das Photo das Ihrer Meinung nach am besten dem gestellten Thema entspricht und stellen Sie es in den entsprechenden Thread im Barnack Challenge Subforum. Die Bilder sollten nur minimal am Computer manipuliert werden (Post-processing) - nur solche Manipulationen sind zugestanden die auch in einer Dunkelkammer vor 50 Jahren moeglich waren. Sie koennen Ihr Photo in jeder den Forumsregeln entsprechenden Groesse einstellen. Das Abstimmen beginnt nachdem alle Beitraege in einem gegebenen Zeitraum eingestellt sind. Ihre Bilder sind nicht anonym, und sie koennen auch gerne den verwendeten Kameratyp, Objektiv und Film angeben. Nachdem der Zeitraum zum Hochladen der Bilder abgelaufen ist beginnt die Abstimmung. Jedes Forumsmitglied das abstimmt muss dreimal Punkte verteilen: Drei Punkte fuer das beste Bild Zwei Punkte fuer das zweitbeste Bild Einen Punkt fuer das drittbeste Bild Jedes Forumsmitglied kann einmal abstimmen, darf jedoch nicht fuer den eigenen Beitrag stimmen. Der Gewinner bestimmt das Thema fuer die folgende Barnack Challenge.
  13. Could anybody comment on possible causes/ remedies for what I see on all films from a newly acquired 1932 II (D)? The film is exposed into the lower (in camera upper) sprocket holes and the image is slightly misrotated. This happened on all films so far. I cut all film leaders with my template as usual. I did not encounter any problems while loading. I did exactly according to the old Leica instructions (as I always do with my other LTMs). Any suggestions? Thanks! Mathias
  14. Hallo liebe Community, Ich würde gerne mehr über meine Leica III wissen, was zum Beispiel ihre Seriennummer angeht ob sie mit eine "berühmten" Leica in ihrem Seriennummernradius hergestellt wurde oder ob der weg den sie zurück gelegt hat irgendwie nach verfolgt werden kann. Ich hoffe ihr könnt mir ein paar antworten geben denn ich mag es viel über meine Kamera zu wissen Seriennummer ist die : 330689 Liebe Grüße, Nils
  15. Guten Morgen, Ich bin neu hier und habe mir eine Leica III gekauft um auch den richtigen einstieg in die Messsucherkamera sparte zu haben. Ich hoffe ihr könnt mir zu anfang Tipps geben auf den Bildern seht ihr meine Leica die kommt in der nächsten woche per post
  16. Hi all, I'm new to the forum and screw mounts in general. Some members suggested I set up a London event as there are apparently a lot of us here! How about it? Weekend i am guessing is probably best. Fine by me! What weekends are best for everyone? I'm thinking some street shooting perhaps by the water or around Trafalgar Square (but i don't mind location if you guys want to chime in with ideas) and probably dinner and maybe drinks after ;D
  17. Hi, I am new Leica IIIf user. Is it possible to use Super Angulon 21/3.4 on LTM body? Leica Wiki shows some units are compatible but one of my friend told me SA21/3.4 is only for M mount. Please enlighten me. Best
  18. Hello, Could anyone using CZ Jena Sonnar 50/1.5 share your experience regarding focus shift? I got mine in less perfect condition: stiff focus ring and focus shift, unable to focus at infinity wide open. Use it with Leica LTM to M adapter on M8. I brought it to local repairman, but he could only make the focus ring turns a bit smoother. Thus I am wondering, is focus shift just a "normal" behavior of this lens? Have been digging internet about this issue but seems most people talked about the sonnar ZM version. Thanks.
  19. Hi to all interested in photographing with vintage screw mount Leica`s. After first year of my activity in photography I decided to upload a litte overview of my photos taken with Leica IIIc and a couple of LTM-lenses. Visti my youtube-channel PhotoLoge 84 (link below) and watch the video. Im beginner, still learnnig and focused on improving my approch to photgraphy - so any critics, suggestions or tips are welcome! For every vistiging, watching, commenting or any feedback many thanks in advance link: https://youtu.be/zVQ8uKytj98
  20. http://petapixel.com/2016/01/21/the-lomography-jupiter-3-is-another-classic-soviet-lens-raised-from-the-dead/#more-199794 It seems for the extraordindary price of $649 (compared to the £30 I paid 4 years ago for a Zorki 4K with Jupiter 50mm (but mine might have been the Jupiter 8), Lomo will re-release this lens. The sample images are reminiscent of what I remember getting from mine (strong contrast).
  21. I recently got one Nikkor S.C 5cm f1.4 lens. It took me three adapters to make it work on my Sony A7 - the Nikon-Leica thread mount, the LTM to M mount and the Leica M to Sony NEX mount. Not too difficult and lucky that the focus is still correct after the stack of adapters. I have put other pictures at BigBigLens.com - Nikkor. I only started street photography a few month ago. I need critical comments.
  22. Zenit Krasnogorsk legt wohl das Russar 5,6/20 mm SWW in LTM wieder auf. Russar+ 5,6/20 mm | photoscala (mit techn. Daten, MTF)
  23. I own a summitar 5cm f 1.2 from the W.Haven batch can some one give me more information about this lens, now I use it every day I am a fine art professional thanks ruchky
  24. A local and still-skeletal oak tree waiting to burst into life. M9 & 1955 Summicron 5cm LTM.
  25. Hello, my newly arrived ltm Nikkor Q 13.5cm has me a little puzzled about something. Query: when attached to my M8 should the lens' D.O.F. Scale be landing at top dead center? Using a known to be good 28/90 ltm to m adapter the d.o.f scale is lining up about halfway over toward the frame preview lever. The tripod block is equally out of alignment with the bottom of the camera. I put my CV 28 back on the adapter and it's d.o.f scale still lands top center like before, put the Nikkor on it and confirmed it still lines up off kilter when bayoneted onto the camera. Help! :-D I'm puzzled. And I can't find a clear pic on google or flickr of a ltm nikkor on a M body which answers my query. Thanks. Richard in Michigan
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