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Summicron DR 50/2.0 + Sigma fp

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Leitz Summaron 35/2.8 + Sigma fp

 

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Testing a prototype Skyllaney Leica M  conversion of the 35mm W-Nikkor f1.8 reissue lens from 2005 on a M10-P Safari

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M11 with Summicron-M 5cm Collapsible, wide open at f/2. 

High central sharpness in a soft haze, an almost indiscernible focus transition with a touch of light fall off towards the edges. 

 

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M10 + Summarit f=5cm 1:1,5

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1939 7.3 cm f/1.9 Hektor with M10.

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Contax Tessar 1:8/2.8 cm on M10 "wide open"

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maybe it would benefit from a little bit cleaning the glas but looks better on the shelf than in my bag ;-)
I added a some "punch" but that doesn't cure everything

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Leitz Summaron 35/2.8 + Sigma fp

 

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1 hour ago, DoK said:

Perhaps someone has shot the Angenieux 50mm 2.9?  Please show examples of photos

Here you are:

 

 



Shot on a M10 !

Best, JM

 

 

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M3 50mm DR FP4

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Astro Telastan 3.5/300 on M10 with EVF and both shot wide open (what else)

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first one from tripod, second hand-held

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show some vignetting after a little bit pp in C1

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From yesterday late-afternoon's peregrination. The Crystal Palace Park Concert Bowl and stage - a.k.a. the "Rusty Laptop";

M-D Typ-262, 28mm Elmarit asph v1;

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Philip.

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A couple of contre-jour snaps from Saturday's stroll.

St. Paul's Cathedral from King Edward Street.

M Monochrom, c. 1953 Canon 50mm f1.8;

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Looking towards Smithfield Market from Charterhouse Square, London.

M Monochrom, '74 (v2) 35mm Summilux;

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Peaceful scenery

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M10 + Leitz Elmar f=5cm 1:3,5

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M10 + Minolta MC W Rokkor 28mm f/2.0

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