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  1. Hello everybody, I know that Summicron 35 Asph. (v5), does focus shift a bit if used on digital, while not as much as Summilux Asph pre-FLE or others, older design. I've used one on film for years without any problem back in the 90s, sold it many years ago, and recently I've bought another one, used, for my M digital. I'm not looking for perfection, nor doing endless testing on focus chart to split hairs, but this one seems to show too much focus shift even in real pictures: please look at these samples (I have many many others, and, by the way, when I engage the EVF I can clearly
  2. Hi folks... just wanted to open up a thread to hear your experience with these 3 lenses - on the issue of focus shit: Noctilux - I have struggled between getting a f0.95 and f1v4 and decided to go for the latter... however i tried 2 copies of the v4 and both have focus shift problems at MFD (i shot a lot of pictures at 0.7m-2m range) and I returned them... a few leica hobbyist nearby told me that this is a common problem with the f1v4 (and f0.95 as well!!!) - one of them claimed that he has personally played around with 6-7 copies of f1v4 and ALL have focus shift problems... so just wa
  3. Hello, I’m sure this topic has been discussed in the past, but I haven’t found it per se in the forum: if present, could you point me to it? Anyway, I am looking at acquiring a Leica 35mm lens to go with my 50mm Summilux from 1988 (is that ver. 2?). Image quality is great with most lenses from Leica, it’s the character that changes, and I could be as happy with a modern as with a classic look - although keeping a similar character to the Mandler era Summilux could be a plus. I’m not worried about maximum speed, but I was hoping to be at least at Summicron speed. My main concern
  4. I just wanted to verify if focus shift is a design flaw on 24mm Lux or something it can be fixed by adjustment. Since this lens has forgiving depth of field so the focus shift will only noticeable at the following conditions.... 1) at close subjects that's less than 1.5 meters, please set yours at 0.7 meter on the barrel to test. (don't push all the way, some lenses might go below 0.7m that your viewfinder doesn't) 2) provided your lens and camera are perfectly calibrated, which supposed to be no issue wide open at f/1.4 at any range. The focus shift will happen started from
  5. I currently own the 35mm Summicron 35 asph (v1) and a Summilux 35mm asph fle. Both was recently serviced in Wetzlar, along with the camera as well (M10). All my other lenses was serviced at the same time. I am experiencing focus shift at infinity with both of my 35mm lenses. This happened before servicing, and also now after servicing, with both lenses, on the same camera body. I don't experience any focus shift at infinity with my other lenses (Lux 50 ASPH, Elmar-M 24/3.8 ASPH, Macro-Elmar-M 90/4). Summilux 35 ASPH FLE @ infinity position on the lens: f/1.4-f/2: no focus shift
  6. Hello ! There are quite a lot of threads in this forum dealing with a possible (aperture dependent) focus shift when using the Summilux 1.4/35 asp. lens. Does anybody know whether this issue does also concern the aspheric Summicron ? Do the older (non-aspheric) versions of these lenses have this problem, too ? Many thanks for any answer.
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