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I am opening a thread for people that loves to use their old lens on Leica. Letting Leica to bring out the juices from these old lens.....welcome to post your old lens photos here....

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I will start with this old lens :

 

Dallmeyer Septac 2 inches f1.5 + M9p

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Continue few more shots using this Septac non coated version~~~~

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Posting some photos done by Angenieux S21 50mm f1.5 + M9p

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very good series. These old lenses require a lot of skill. The bokeh is magnificent. For me No 1 is a most charming portrait. Play with colours and sharpness and depth of field is inspiring. Let us have more.

 

Thank you Iduna. What old lens offers sometimes can be a surprise....that's one of the reason that I felt in love with them....will keep this thread going with different type of Old lenses performed on Leica cameras.

 

Cheers.....Jeff

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Angenieux P1 90mm f1.8 + M9p ~~~

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Ross Xpress 3" f1.9 + Leica S2 body.....the S2 offering a new life to this old brass lens~~~~

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Angenieux S2 50mm f1.8 + M9~~

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Angenieux M1 50mm f0.95 + M9

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I only shoot with "old" lenses - I can't afford any of Leica's new lenses! I love using my 50mm Summicron collapsible with my M9 - the uncoated lens gives a softer look, with less contrast, and give the digital images a film quality.

 

In fact, looking at these photos makes me think I need to break it out today...

 

L1005467.jpg by COOP666, on Flickr

 

L1005452.jpg by COOP666, on Flickr

 

L1005412.jpg by COOP666, on Flickr

 

L1008769.jpg by COOP666, on Flickr

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Dallmeyer Super Six 2 inches f1.9 + M9p

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Angeneiux S2 28mm f1.8 ~~

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Cooke Kinic 4.25 inch f2 + S2

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