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Your Ultra Wide Angle (UWA) Pictures (10mm to 21mm)

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The Zeiss Hologon would have shown less distortion. Did you tilt the camera here?

Yes, I was close to the building, looking up.

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For ultra wide angle users, I assume the third version of the 15mm Voightlander is the one to get for MP240.  Also, do you see color fringing on the 10mm and 12mm Voightlander on digital Leica's?

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21mm f3.4 Super Elmar and M, Type 262 at the Dallas Arboretum last weekend.

 

 

 

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First Light Series on Saturday morning, July 14, with the M Type 262 and 21mm f3.4 Super Elmar..

 

 

 

 

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For ultra wide angle users, I assume the third version of the 15mm Voightlander is the one to get for MP240.  Also, do you see color fringing on the 10mm and 12mm Voightlander on digital Leica's?

 

I'm using the 12mm III on M10 and not seeing color fringing so far. 

See: https://www.l-camera-forum.com/topic/253730-your-ultra-wide-angle-uwa-pictures-10mm-to-21mm/?p=3444493 

https://www.l-camera-forum.com/topic/253730-your-ultra-wide-angle-uwa-pictures-10mm-to-21mm/?p=3458336 

 

Not my photo 10mm: https://www.l-camera-forum.com/topic/253730-your-ultra-wide-angle-uwa-pictures-10mm-to-21mm/?p=3456390 

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Beautiful photo! I visited Aachen in 1970 along with my cousin and his class on a field trip while my family was visiting relatives in Germany. I was 14 at that time. I don't remember the cathedral looking this beautiful. I'm sure part of it was being young and in the company of a bunch of other boys, as I was quite the curiousity being an American. I think they also have done some restoration work in the meantime. And our cameras make it easier to get these stunning results.

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I recall visiting the Dom in the 1960's. Isn't there in the "basement" a collection of jewels from past Kings and Queens there?

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