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Summitar auf M6, aber wie?

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Guten Tag,

 

ich habe mir etwas überstürzt ein Summitar 5cm 1:2 gekauft. Ich fand den Preis in Höhe von 150 € recht verlockend. Nun stehe ich als Leica-Einsteiger vor dem Problem, dass das Summitar nicht auf meine M6 passt. Weiß jemand von euch, welcher Adapter dafür geeignet ist?

 

Über eine Antwort würde ich mich sehr freuen.

 

 

Beste Grüße,

 

Georg

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Vielen Dank für eure Antworten. Ich denke dann werde ich die von cweg genannte Alternative nehmen, da sie deutlich günstiger ist, oder gibt es noch weitere Adapter?

 

Ach das hatte ich ganz vergessen, was haltet ihr von dem Preis für das Summitar in Höhe von 150€? Es hat keine Mängel, soweit ich das bis jetzt beurteilen konnte und ist von einem Händler.

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Vielen Dank für eure Antworten. Ich denke dann werde ich die von cweg genannte Alternative nehmen, da sie deutlich günstiger ist, oder gibt es noch weitere Adapter?

 

Ach das hatte ich ganz vergessen, was haltet ihr von dem Preis für das Summitar in Höhe von 150€? Es hat keine Mängel, soweit ich das bis jetzt beurteilen konnte und ist von einem Händler.

 

Der Preis für das Summitar ist o.k. Das Summitar nimmt in der "Hierarchie" der 50cm Leica-Objektive eher die Rolle des Mauerblümchens ein: eben kein Klassiker wie das Elmar oder das Summicron und auch nicht berühmt-berüchtigt wie das Summar; deshalb ist es verhältnismäßig preiswert. Ich würde das ersparte Geld in den Adapter investieren und eher einen gebrauchten von Leica oder einen von Voigtländer nehmen, die no-name Produkte , die in e-bay dauernd angeboten werden, gelten als unzuverlässig.

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