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On 2/3/2018 at 1:26 AM, colint544 said:

Leica M2, 35mm Summaron F2.8, Ilford FP4 Plus.

Could anyone confirm this sweet little Summaron 35mm f/2.8 was designed by Dr. Walter Mandler ?

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Dominique by Del-Uks, on Flickr

Aksel-Blake by Del-Uks, on Flickr

Aksel-Blake by Del-Uks, on Flickr

Leica Leitz Canada Summilux-M 75mm f/1.4 II, with Breakthrough X4 Neutral Density.

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2 hours ago, a.noctilux said:

already seen here ...

 

 

M6, Summilux 75mm, Kodachrome 64

Bali, Ubud area

Right ! This 75mm Summilux is also a great lens for landscape, when you close the aperture. 😉


Valle Antrona by Del-Uks, on Flickr


Valle Antrona by Del-Uks, on Flickr

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On 12/27/2016 at 12:37 AM, Maarten said:

I like this thread! Let me share a picture taken in Edinburgh with my good old fat Tele-Elmarit 90mm, I liked the drawing and handling.

On top of the photo you see the typical dark band, most likely an internal reflection.

I never managed to find out when this band would appear, it has spoiled quite a few photos and slides.

This picture is from June 1975 and the film is FP4.

 

Maarten

I couldn't help it but after selling my fat Tele-Elmar in the eighties, I decided last week to buy one again when a good offer came my way.

Isn't it awful these Mandler lenses... Especially good in B&W. This one is with my M10.

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