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2 hours ago, ropo54 said:

Thank you, Jesse.  

A wonderful essay with compelling photographs.

"Never forget". Rob

Thank you 

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The love for the Summicon-S grows!

Julian - The Shadow by Greg Turner, on Flickr

 

Julian - The Shadow by Greg Turner, on Flickr

 

 

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I saw him having a quiet moment on the broad promenade above the shingle beach. He was lost in the murmuration. His mouth moved silently as the starlings swirled and spun in the sky like a shimmering puzzle and his hands moved as it he guided them in their flight. He was truly among them in that moment; free as they were and as fleet and nimble and serene.

The Murmuration by Greg Turner, on Flickr

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I know have this Summicron-S for testing. It seems a really nice lens with some character. But I don't know if I should because I already have the 70mm Summarit and the 120mm Summarit-S.

 

Leica S007 + Summicron-S 100mm 

Edited by Jan1985

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Pentax 645 A 75mm @ f2.8 handheld with S006. Not bad for such a tiny lens. 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/fh3xdbad9mj07y0/75mm A.jpg?dl=0

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On 2/2/2020 at 6:25 AM, Jan1985 said:

I know have this Summicron-S for testing. It seems a really nice lens with some character. But I don't know if I should because I already have the 70mm Summarit and the 120mm Summarit-S.

 

Leica S007 + Summicron-S 100mm 

3d look

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