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  1. Hello, here some photos from my last trip to Queretaro, Mexico. M7, Summicorn-M 35/f2 ASPH, Kodak Tri-X 400, home development with R09 1+50 for 14 minutes @ 20C. Please feel free to leave your comment & suggestion. regards Massimo
  2. Hello, here some photos from my last trip to Queretaro, Mexico. M7, Summicorn-M 35/f2 ASPH, Kodak Tri-X 400, home development with R09 1+50 for 14 minutes @ 20C. Please feel free to leave your comment & suggestion. regards Massimo
  3. I'm about to start a project where i will use my Leica gear (M6 and a 35 mm ASPH Summicron) extensively each and every day under different circumstances and changing weather conditions for a half year or so. I'm not anal about my equipment since it's been bought to use. I just want to protect it in the best way, since it's gonna be exposed to heavy use. I'm gonna try to minimize the use in heavy rain and snow. The one thing, i'm most concerned about is how it's gonna react and cope with changing weather conditions, changing humidity and changing temperature, which i imagine could result in condensation. How can i protect it from condensation, on days where it's travelling in and out, from - let's say - minus 5 or plus 10 degrees Celsius, with a humidity over 80%, and inside to plus 20 degrees Celsius, and the other way around several times each day? Yes, it's gonna be protected in a bag under the most severe conditions, but my concern is condensation, as a result from changing temperatures and changing humidity.
  4. Hallo zusammen, hab mich hier registriert weil ich den Wert eines Summicron 35 (Wetzlar, nicht Canada) ergründen möchte. Klar kann man anhand abgelaufener Auktionen auf Ebay einen Trend ausmachen (scheinbar so zwischen 1200-2000 Euro), aber der Zustand jedes Objektives ist ja anders. Was mich als Laien (mit ein bisschen Erfahrung) beunruhigt, ist ein Fleck innerhalb der Linsen der auf dem Bild "close.jpg" (2. von oben) ganz gut zu sehen ist. Der auffällige Punkt ist keine Reflexion und auch nicht auf der Oberfläche der Linse. Im Falle eines Verkaufes online möchte ich natürlich keine Mängel verschweigen. Dazu muss ICH (oder eben ein Fachmann) sie aber auch erkennen. Auch von Kittfehlern habe ich gelesen konnte aber nicht genau ausmachen wie sich diese bemerkbar machen. Gerne poste ich noch weitere Bilder in allen gewünschten Blickwinkeln um etwaige Mängel sichtbar zu machen. Vielleicht kann mir der eine oder andere Fachkundige von euch ein paar Tipps geben :-) Danke dafür schon mal. PS: Sollte das Posting hier thematisch nicht passen, bitte verschieben oder mir den richtigen Thread nennen, dann poste ich das dort nochmal :-)
  5. This weekend I visited Ximending in Taipei with my beloved Leica M8 with summircon 35 Pre-A. I was able take some very interesting shots in this area in Taipei. Overall, I'm very happy with my setup, the 35 summicron is a very good performer all around, and the 35mm on M8 is very practical when shooting on the street. Here are some of the results from that day, enjoy. Flickr 上 Jimmy. Yang 的未命名相片 Flickr 上 Jimmy. Yang 的 Ximen Flickr 上 Jimmy. Yang 的未命名相片 Flickr 上 Jimmy. Yang 的未命名相片 thanks for watching
  6. Bei mir macht der selbstironische Spruch "man sollte eben nicht in Billigware investieren" die Runde, wenn ich von den Erfahrungen des letzten Jahres berichte: 1. der Blendenmitnehmer am Summicron 2/35 IV hatte sich gelöst 2. die Blende des neuen Summarit 2.5/75 klemmte 3. die Wählscheibe der 1.5 Jahre alten/neuen M9 klemmte, war nicht mehr zu gebrauchen 4. nach einer Berlinreise fanden sich die äußeren beiden Linsen samt Montagering des obigen Summicron lose in der Kameratasche. Solms wird sich für gut EU500 um das Zusammenschrauben kümmern. Vielleicht war der Transport des 2/35 in einem Trolley (oben auf weichem Material) auf Berliner Kopfsteinpflaster nicht ideal. Trotzdem finde ich es verwunderlich, dass sich das Objektiv zerlegt. Dies muß nach aussen den Eindruck erwecken, dass ich rüde mit der Gerätschaft umgehe. Den Eindruck habe ich eigentlich nicht, In meiner ganzen Kamerahistorie hatte ich noch nie eine solchen Fall, geschweige denn eine solche Serie. Andererseit weiss ich als Statistiker, dass selbst unwahrscheinliche Ereignisse passieren (müssen). Gibt es Leidensgefährten? Tred ps es ist immerhin tröstlich, dass man eine Adresse zur Schadensbehebung hat
  7. Last Friday and Saturday I went to enjoy the final days of Amsterdam Gay Pride, including the Canal Parade. I was carrying a minimalist set up: My beloved M Type 240 + 'cron 35 asph + Thumbs Up EP-10S + spare battery. Back home I made a Blog posting with some text and a couple of pictures, primarily to update my friends and family on the event, but of course you're welcome to have look, too: Gay Pride Amsterdam 2013 – a personal account | Norbert Steinkamp. Most of the evening and night shots in my report were taken at ISO 3200. In some situations it was so dark I wouldn't even think of focusing on something. The camera's been a delight to use. I was operating it in classical RF mode, which implied hip shooting and focusing guesswork. I may bring the EVF next time, however, while being a great tool for the exact work, it often interrupts fast and intuitive picture taking.
  8. Here are som photos from my New York trip earlier this year. This is the first rolls from my new Leica M2 with a Summicron 35. Feel free to leave a comment!
  9. I got my Summicron 35 more than a year ago. Every now and then I have been wondering if there is any focusing issue with the lens, as I dont really seem to get the perfect focusing no matter how I would try. Looking at photos in Lightroom I have so far kind of dismissed the possible lens fault with the idea that I should not stress on pixel peeping ... Then the week before I had a talk with an experienced dealer and did some testing on a Monochrom with his well-tuned Summarit. It was a shocking revelation. See the comparison in the images, both lenses focused on infinity at maximum aperture. What could be the issue in technical terms? There is apparently something not quite right with my Summicron. Surely I will take it back to my country dealer and have it fixed somehow.
  10. This might be a stupid question and many have been answered in some form before. I have an M6 TTL 0.72 and a Summicron 35 f2 ASPH, both in Chrome. First off, I love film and shooting, but other things have over the past few years have taken more of my time. I typically only pull out the M6 during extended vacations/travel, which seems to be once every 2 years. For everyday photos, we pull out the cheap-o digital point and shoot. Film is great, but scanning is a hassle (used to be fun). Also film is getting harder to find locally. I feel like the anyone with a good point and shoot can take decent photos these days and shooting film has really lost it's uniqueness (at least for me). I'd love to get a M9, but I have no budget for it. I'm a bit out of the loop and just noticed the Fuji X-Pro 1. I was thinking about getting rid of the M6 body and picking up the X-Pro 1. So, I guess my question is, is it worth it to keep the body, or get rid of both the body and lens and just go with the X-Pro 1. Will the Summicron be that much better than the lens that comes with the X-Pro 1? I have a number of people interested in the M6 and lens. Should I sell now while I can or hang on to it in case I ever get psyched about film again? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.
  11. I was taking pictures in an old district of Changsha China, which will be demolished by the city Government for building new high-rise buildings soon. I met this lovely old lady who told me a lot of stories about this old district which existed for more than 130 years. She once asked me if there is anyone living in the sky since people can fly now. An adorable old lady. Taken by Leica M6 with 35mm summicron (6 ele) on Fuji RVP.
  12. Hallo, ich habe heute feststellen müssen, dass sich auf den Linsen meines Summicrons in Moiree-förmiger Fehler befindet. Der Fehler ist neu, es sind weder Schmutz noch Kratzer auf Front- und Rücklinse. Auf meinem letzten Film hatte ich das Muster auf einem Bild mit Gegenlicht entdeckt und mich sehr darüber gewundert. Ich bin mir keiner Schuld bewusst. Kann mir jemand weiterhelfen?? Auf den angefügten Bildern sollte man den Fehler sehen, scheinbar befindet er sich irgendwo hinter der Blende, und nein, es ist kein Lichtreflex. Vielen Dank Ludwig
  13. Hi, I'm using a Summicron-M 35mm f2.0 (Serialnumber 2461xxx made in Canada; v2?) on my M8. Unfortunately this lense does not have a screw thread for the use of filters. Am I guessing right, that the only possiblilty to use filters is in using a hood, which has the possibility to take these? Does the original Leitz/Leica hood 12504 offer this possibility? Is this true only for Series VII or as well for E39 (39mm) filters? Is there an alternative hood (preferentially made out of metal) which can hold 39mm filters? Thanks, Dennis
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    Der Butt...

    ... Bronze-Plastik auf dem Hof der Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen. Leica M8, Summicron 1:2/35mm (1. Serie), Bld.: 4,0 Horst.
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    Chr. Lichtenberg

    Bronze-Plastik im Hof der Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen. Leica M8, Summicron 1:2/35mm (1. Serie), Bld. 2,0 Horst.
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