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Greetings from lockdown, I just purchased a Zeiss zm 35mm Biogon-C F/2.8. Why? I don't know, I guess I wanted to try a Zeiss zm lens. I do also have a Summilux FLE, and a summicron V1 (Had a summicron ASPH, but never bonded with it). Anyhow, I realized that this lens has 43mm filter threads and was wondering if anyone is using a step-up adapter to 46mm, and if so whether they get vignetting for 1-2 filters? I would normally not hesitate to do this, but I ran into vignetting issues when stepping up from 39mm-46mm on a 50 APO lens (which was disappointing) and wasn't sure how well rangefinder lenses, in general and specific to this Zeiss lens, handle step-up adapters.
Hi I went out for a walk before brunch today with my new m9 with a 50mm noctilux f1 and b+w ND filter 1,8. I shot all the pictures at f1 / 250 sec to get that super shallow depth of field, however when I returned home and downloaded the images into LR pronounced vignetting is highly visible. Colors also shift somewhat. I believe this maybe the characteristic of this lens.I set the m9 to manual lens detection with the 50mm f/1 selected. Is this correct? How can I see if my lens is coded? For me the vignetting is a bit much! I also noticed in lightroom that the f stop is not being recorded correctly. I shot most of these images at f/1 250 sec iso 160 but Lightroom shows iso 160 50mm f/9.5 1/250 Does anyone know why this is happening? Please seem my images attached: http://web.mac.com/vincentvandenberg/m9_with_noctilux_brightsunlight_f1/L1011820-Edit.jpg http://web.mac.com/vincentvandenberg/m9_with_noctilux_brightsunlight_f1/L1011917-Edit.jpg http://web.mac.com/vincentvandenberg/m9_with_noctilux_brightsunlight_f1/L1011911.jpg