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No, it doesn't. You can have too many lenses but never enough.

could be much more interesting to know..."How many good pictures do you take with the lenses you own?? Hello guest! Please register or sign in to view the hidden content. Hallo Gast! Du willst die Bilder sehen? Einfach registrieren oder anmelden!

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50 mm Elmar Chrome 11823

Tri-Elmar 28-35-50 4.0 ASPH Chrome 11894

75 mm Summilux 1.4 Black 11810

90 mm Elmarit 2.8 Chrome 11808

135 mm Elmarit 2.8 Black 11829

21 mm Elmarit 2.8 ASPH Chrome 11897

35 mm Summicron ASPH Chrome L.E. 11617

35 mm Summilux 1.4 ASPH Chrome 11883

90 mm Summicron 2.0 APO ASPHBlack 11884

90 mm Elmar 1:4 (1961) SCREW E39 11730

50 mm Summicron (1962) 11818

90 mm Elmar 1:4 (1961) 11830

28 mm Elmarit 1:2.8 ASPH Black 11606

50 mm Summicron (1993) Chrome 11825

50 mm Summilux (1994)Traveller Kit Chrome 11855

90 mm Elmar-C 1:4 / 90 (1973) Black 11540

50 mm Summilux ASPH Chrome 11892

50 mm Summicron DR (1964) Chrome 11918

28 mm Summicron ASPH Black 11604

35 mm Summarit Black 11643

75 mm Summarit Black 11645

50 mm Summarit Black 11644

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Here we go:

 

50 mm Elmar Chrome 11823

Tri-Elmar 28-35-50 4.0 ASPH Chrome 11894

75 mm Summilux 1.4 Black 11810

90 mm Elmarit 2.8 Chrome 11808

135 mm Elmarit 2.8 Black 11829

21 mm Elmarit 2.8 ASPH Chrome 11897

35 mm Summicron ASPH Chrome L.E. 11617

35 mm Summilux 1.4 ASPH Chrome 11883

90 mm Summicron 2.0 APO ASPHBlack 11884

90 mm Elmar 1:4 (1961) SCREW E39 11730

50 mm Summicron (1962) 11818

90 mm Elmar 1:4 (1961) 11830

28 mm Elmarit 1:2.8 ASPH Black 11606

50 mm Summicron (1993) Chrome 11825

50 mm Summilux (1994)Traveller Kit Chrome 11855

90 mm Elmar-C 1:4 / 90 (1973) Black 11540

50 mm Summilux ASPH Chrome 11892

50 mm Summicron DR (1964) Chrome 11918

28 mm Summicron ASPH Black 11604

35 mm Summarit Black 11643

75 mm Summarit Black 11645

50 mm Summarit Black 11644

 

Congratulations, but i miss the Noctilux

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Yes I am a gear head and want to get in on this too.

 

I am kinda new to Leica and started with the M9. I traded my Nikon stuff for:

 

28 Elmarit ASPH ) 28 was my WA of choice on the FF Nikon

50 lux ASPH ) I wanted a fast lens and 28 is often to wide at night.

90 cron pre-APO ) I liked 85 on the FF Nikon so I thought this was the closest.

 

I later added a 35 lux pre-ASPH as a walk around lens. While 28 was nice on the DSLR, it seemed a bit wide on the rangefinder and I am liking 35. This is becoming my favorite.

 

Zeiss 18. This has a great look to it but I am not real comfortable with the super wides.

 

135 Hektor... I kept my DSLR for long lenses and was not planning on getting longer than 90 but for $50, everyone should have one of these.

 

I like gear head threads but they are more fun if we tell why we chose each of our treasures.

Pete

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I sold my Noctilux (old model)

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And bought a 50 mm Summilux ASPH, much smaller and very sharp !

I am not a big Noctilux fan, I like my 75mm Summilux more.

Eelco

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only did a quick count on my 35mm focal length lenses - since that is my latest hype

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2 elmars

4 summarons

5 summicrons

 

 

after I will have acquired some more of these, I may have a look at a 35mm summilux, but I am - at this moment - not particularly fond about its rendering and sharpness, apart from the asph, but that one is quite heavy...well will see

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