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  1. rpoppes


    CL + 50mm 1.5 Voigtländer

    © Rudi Poppes

  2. rpoppes

    L1010486 1

    CL + 50mm 1.5 Voigtländer

    © Rudi Poppes

  3. I am very excited to hear that Voigtlander will have a new 21mm Color Skopar. https://leicarumors.com/2018/09/29/two-new-voigtlander-m-mount-lenses-ultron-35mm-f-2-and-color-skopar-21mm-f-3-5.aspx/ I hope the "purple" side issues are solve haha. Anyone here excited?
  4. Sunset at Vestrahorn, in Iceland, a location offering much more than the famous mountain’s silhouette to those willing to explore it. Leica SL, Voigtlander 15mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters. Thank you for watching, best regards Vieri .
  5. rpoppes


    From the album: October 2018

    © Rudi Poppes


    • For Sale
    • Used

    Voigtländer macro APO Lanthar 125mm f/2.5 SL Ai-s for sale. bought in 2014. rare used. Nikon F mount lens connected Novoflex F adapter M. lens and adapter in good condition. all original: lens Voigtländer APO Lanthar 125mm f/2.5 front metal cap rear plastic cap metal lens hood lens hood rubber cover papers box all original: Novoflex F adapter M papers box wonderful lens. legend picture. perfect for macro and portraits. manual aperture ring. for M, F, EF or mirrorless users. $3.000 welcome questions!


  7. rpoppes


    It was time for a selfie with the CL and some off camera flashes.🤣 Nobody home to help out, remote app not working with CL, Godox trigger and Voigtländer lens. Back to self timer and guessing position in front of lens.

    © Rudi Poppes

  8. 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
  9. This advert is COMPLETED!

    • For Sale
    • Used

    Ich verkaufe hier mein Color Scopar 35/2,5 in Flachbauweise. Das Objektiv ist in bestem Zustand, 2013 neu gekauft, aber nur selten genutzt. Ich kann keine Gebrauchsspuren oder Schäden entdecken, selbstverständlich ist es möglich, das gute Stück vorher auszuprobieren. Mein Preis ist 320 Euro incl. versichertem Versand.

    320.00 EUR

  10. From the album: My First ever Leica

    Picture of my mother at 77. She's worried about wrinkles (lol) at that age.
  11. Hi all - haven't been very active on here - but promise some images soon! Anyway to the point - I've been really happy with my used T camera purchased in April but have mostly been using for images of my ceramic work that I make. I have been using the Voigtlander 35 1.4 Nokton Classic and also the Leica Elmarit-M 90 2.8, with some excellent results. However after a trip to Greece this summer felt that I am really missing the wide angle end of the scale! My budget isn't overflowing, but interested in what you all felt I should save up for - How does the original Voigtlander 15mm 4.5 fair on the APSC sensor? Reviews of it on FF were pretty bad! I am going on a trip to India/Nepal next Easter and would like something for all of those sweeping landscapes I am expecting to see, as well as lots of crowded city shots! HELP PS I am damn impressed with the T - I know I am a couple of steps behind their current offering but it has proved itself to be a wonderful little thing!
  12. Sunset in Badwater, a 2-minutes exposure taken in Death Valley (CA), USA, during a workshop I led there last winter. Leica M10, Voigtlander 15mm Super-Wide Heliar, filters Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra. Thank you for viewing, best regards Vieri
  13. Ledge at Kimmeridge Bay, a sunset image taken during a Workshop I led in beautiful Dorset (UK) in spring 2017. Leica SL, Voigtlander 10mm Hyper-Wide Heliar and filters Formatt-Hitech Firecrest. Thank you for viewing, best regards Vieri
  14. A Kimmeridge sunset, a long exposure detail on the inspiring ledges at Kimmeridge Bay, taken during a Workshop I led in Dorset (UK) in Spring 2017. Leica SL, Voigtlander 15mm v. III and filters Formatt-Hitech Firecrest. Thank you for viewing, best regards Vieri
  15. magixaxeman


    Two quick portraits of my good friend and neighbour Margaret, both taken with M10 + Voigtlander Color- Heliar F2.5
  16. I got myself a Voigtlander 15mm lens to go on my m262 for my England trip. I had a great time shooting landscape and buildings with it. I shot everything in RAW+JPEG. For on camera review, I was just using B+W only. I was preparing for some sort of vignette from such a wide angle lens, but I did not expect to see the magenta coloured vignette. I am wondering if anyone can give me some guidance on how to remove the magenta vignette. (See attached photo) Thank you very much
  17. Hi I've come from m43 and apart from a short flirtation with the original T system I'm new to Leica and very new to using adapted lens so would be very grateful for some advice on using non-Leica glass on my new CL. I'm extremely keen on UWA photography and whilst I have the excellent TL 11-23mm I still yearn for a little more width. On m43 I used the Voigtlander 10.5mm f0.95 mainly for nighttime tripod work and a Samyang fisheye for all sorts of things. I'm ready now to fully transition to CL so would like to replace the capability of those two lenses on this system. So, taking each lens in turn..... The Voigt on m43 was never as wide as I wanted but I had other lenses and the rendering is lovely (non-technical term) and it gives amazing starbursts at night. I don't need f0.95 when the camera is screwed onto a tripod so I have been considering the Voigtlander Hyper Wide 10mm f5.6 mounted on the CL via the M adaptor. But by my calculation on the CL sensor it will give me only a circa 5 degree increase in the field of view compared to the 11mm end of the TL 11-23mm so maybe not enough to justify its purchase. The Samyang fisheye is an extremely sharp, capable and versatile little lens on m43 and I'm keen to add it to my camera bag for the CL. It comes in a variety of mounts for ASP-C and gives a 180 degree diagonal FoV - Canon M, Nikon, Fuji X, Sony E (NEX), etc. Full details are here https://www.samyanglensglobal.com/en/product/product-view.php?seq=335 So here are my questions: 1. The Voigt 10mm is probably hard to justify given that I’m not going to get a lot of extra width for my money though someone may like to tell me if I’ve got my maths wrong. Are there any other UWA lenses that I should be considering or that other forum members would recommend? As always it will be a trade of between quality, speed and portability. 2. For the Samyang fisheye, should I prefer one mount to another for use on the CL? Is there another fisheye I should be considering? I’d be really interested to know if anyone out there is actually using this combo. Thanks for your help, my brain is still buzzing as I move from one system to another and try to compare fields of view and what is out there to do the job. I will post this over on the TL Lens forum as well.
  18. A little less than a year ago, I bought the CV 15mm Heliar III. I did not bother to purchased the CV 15mm Viewfinder., its a bit expensive in my opinion and I already have an Olympus EVF for my M240. However, I rarely use the CV 15mm Heliar III, mainly because I hate using the EVF. Do you guys think its worth it to purchased the 15mm Viewfinder?
  19. Daniel303

    Monochrom-compatible lenses

    Still in love with my M3 but processing film feels more and more taxing as the years pass. I have been unable to find clean and clear answers to my question: can I use my old Summilux 50/f1.4, Summaron 35/f2.8 and newer Voigtländer 21/f4 on a Monochrom body? The switch is tenting but as I work mostly on a volunteer basis these days and cost is an issue.
  20. Vernazza at sunrise, taken during a Workshop I led in Le Cinque Terre (Italy) in Spring 2017. Leica SL, Voigtlander 15mm v. III and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest filters. Thank you for viewing, best regards Vieri
  21. Robert M Poole

    The West Pennine Way

    In the half term break I had a day where my son was at nursery and my wife at work. This meant I had a rare opportunity of having a day to myself. I had no idea what to do with myself. I decided to set off with the dog walking with the goal being to reach a local village called Affetside. The village is on the old Roman Road and has a lovely pub called the Pack Horse. My wife's family always called the The Pack Horse Inn "The Skull" as behind the bar is a human skull purported to be that of the executioner of the Earl of Derby. Anyway, I took along my M9 50 Summicron and CV15mm. The 15mm I am still getting used to and finding the best way to 'tame' it. I hope you enjoy the series. The Penine Way by Robert Michael Poole, on Flickr
  22. The glacial lagoon at Jokulsarlon, Iceland, taken during the first Workshop I led in Iceland, last December. Leica M10, Voigtlander 15mm v. III and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters. Thanks for viewing, best regards Vieri
  23. Hallo zusammen, weil ich die Idee, Vintage-Objektive an modernen Digitalkameras zu verwenden, interessant finde, habe ich zwei Wochen lang das Heliar 3,5/50 mm VM aus der Classic Line von Voigtländer an meiner M9 ausprobiert. Kurz-Bericht: Das Ding hat mir Spass gemacht. Vom Design und der Verarbeitung her ein echtes Schmuckstück, zwingt das Heliar zum entschleunigten Arbeiten ... im besten Sinne. Zusammen mit der M9 hatte ich das Gefühl, mit einer Kamera aus den 1950er Jahren zu arbeiten (noch mehr als sonst, wenn ich mit der M9 fotografiere ). Die Bildqualität war top. Kann ich das Heliar grundsätzlich empfehlen? Ja und Nein. Wer hofft, dass das Objektiv den Bildern einen Vintage-Look vermittelt, wird enttäuscht. Das Ding ist einfach zu gut. Noch immer ein 5-Linser wie der klassische Vorgänger, aber völlig neu berechnet. Sehr gute Schärfe bereits bei der (mässig lichtstarken) Offenblende, farbneutral wirkendes Rendering, kaum erwähnenswerte Abbildungsfehler. Lediglich Vignettierung, aber das stellt ja heutzutage kein Problem mehr dar. Manch einer wird sich also fragen, warum man sich unter diesen Umständen die "Vintage-Arbeitsweise" mit geringer Lichtstärke, gemeinsam drehenden Blenden- und Fokussierringen und dem Blendenring ohne Raststufen antun muss. Wer es dagegen liebt, old style zu arbeiten und dennoch seinen Objektiven zeitgemäße Leistung abverlangt, wird mit dem Heliar sicher glücklich. So ganz nebenbei hat das Ding auch noch ein vergleichsweise geringes Eigengewicht und eine sich nach vorn verjüngende Bauform, die den Sucher nicht abdeckt. Nachfolgend noch ein Bilder, die ich mit dem Heliar gemacht habe. (Wer die lange Fassung lesen möchte, findet sie in meinem Blog: https://www.bonnescape.info/praxistest-voigtlaender-heliar-3-5-50mm-vm/)
  24. A serene sunset at Talisker Bay, taken on during one of the Workshops I led on the Isle of Skye in Scotland last spring. Leica SL, Voigtlander 15mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest filters. Best regards, Vieri