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How about an open thread about pictures of and taken with Visoflex lenses. 

 

Let me start with the 280mm mounted on the Visoflex III:

 

41868775340_a5dce16334_b.jpgLeica MP with Visoflex III and 280mm by Dirk Raffel, auf Flickr

 

Sample picture:

 

41632379535_2451e374c7_b.jpgZürich by Dirk Raffel, auf Flickr

 

or with the Monochrom:

 

41609222565_64d87ebaf5_b.jpgZürich by Dirk Raffel, auf Flickr

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The first picture I have already posted today in my Apo-Telyt/Tele-Elmar thread. It shows Visoflex II Micro, III and 020.

Second picture shows Micro Viso II with bellows and Tele-Elmar.

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Taken at the same time today using Tele-Elmar.

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Yes. One of them should go.

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Nice! 

From the post: WATE, MATE, SATE's s - Small Angle Tri Elmar's ...  

SATE´s - Small Angle Tri Elmar´with focusing unit (65mm, 90mm, 135mm)

 

 

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Tilt-/Shift- Extension Bellows with M mount with E. Leitz Elmarit M 2.8/90mm (lens for Visoflex)
(on Flickr ...) and detail: left / right

 
 
 
 
 


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Fleckenstein, E. Leitz Tele-Elmar 1:4 / 135mm (lens for Visoflex), (on Flickr)



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... From the post:   Tilt-/Shift-Bellows with M mount  ...
 

 

 

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(on Flickr: TS-Balgen-M 3 by Dào Dé Leitz)

 

 

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wine - lens head E. Leitz Elmar 1:3.5/65mm


(.. Flickr: Tilt-/Shift- Bellows M von Dào Dé Leitz)

 

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is there anything that you prefer on the II compare to the III?

Not really. My II is a "Micro" model with interchangeable focus screen, that is nice. And the finder has higher magnification than the 90 degree on my III.

Picture taken with M8 and 1937 Elmar 9 cm.

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M8 with 1970 Tele-Elmar 135mm and Visoflex II.

M10 with 1937 Elmar 90mm and Visoflex III.

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One of my favored setups - also works well with my m4/3 & DSLR bodies.

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First attemp to use Visoflex III on M8, some years ago with Elmar-M 50mm

 

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with a dreammy pepper as subject

 

 

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To be compared to 5D with Macro-Elmarit-R 2.8/60mm, here

not same framing, not same atmosphere ;)

 

 

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some old ones, fascinating that you can still use them all up to digital M

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  • 2 weeks later...

I have had a few Visoflexes over the years, never kept them very long.

This picture is of the Visoflex 2 I had about a year ago, screw fit with Leica 2 attached and 200mm f4 Telyt.

That one was sold, but now I have another Visoflex 2 in bayonet mount that came with a small outfit I bought at a local auction earlier this year, have not used it yet.

 

 

 

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