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Of all the focal lengths, I find 35mm to be the most versatile. show me your 35mm b&w / color shots with film / digital cameras.   "You never listen to me" M10, 35Lux FLE Hello guest! Please register or sign in to view the hidden content. Hallo Gast! Du willst die Bilder sehen? Einfach registrieren oder anmelden!

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8 hours ago, Aguilera85 said:

Celebrated Father's Day with my, new to me, Summilux V2. Just sad i only got to enjoy it a few weeks. I have to send it out for cleaning and to be modified to fit my digital M :(

I can hardly understand why you need to modify the lens, because it already looks amazingly good! Do you remember at what aperture the pictures were taken? It almost look like they were shot wide open, but I guess the lens must have been stopped down to at least f/2 or 2.8 to be this sharp?

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3 hours ago, evikne said:

I can hardly understand why you need to modify the lens, because it already looks amazingly good! Do you remember at what aperture the pictures were taken? It almost look like they were shot wide open, but I guess the lens must have been stopped down to at least f/2 or 2.8 to be this sharp?

Thanks! 

I only have to get the rear brass of the lens modified a little because it currently does not work on a digital M camera. I can only focus at minimum distance, and I would like to use the lens at all distances. On film cameras it works perfectly though.

I always try to shoot as wide as possible. I can't remember exactly what I used on these, but worst case the film was allowing me to go at least F2. One or two of these might be wide open.

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Pleasantly surprised how nice the colors came out with this 45 year old lens, and some Ektar.

 

Konica Hexar RF + Summilux 35mm V2 + Kodak Ektar 100 by Alex Aguilera, on Flickr

 

Konica Hexar RF + Summilux 35mm V2 + Kodak Ektar 100 by Alex Aguilera, on Flickr

 

Konica Hexar RF + Summilux 35mm V2 + Kodak Ektar 100 by Alex Aguilera, on Flickr
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Galerie Vivienne by JM__, on Flickr

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Au Palais Royal by JM__, on Flickr

35 Summilux AA on M9M

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Mato Grosso, Brazil by JM__, on Flickr

35 Summilux AA on M9M

Chapada dos Guimarães by JM__, on Flickr

35 Summilux AA on M9

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M10-P, Leica Summilux-M 35 f/1.4 ASPH. Verk.Nr.11700@f5,6

 

M10-P, Leica Summilux-M 35 f/1.4 ASPH. Verk.Nr.11700@f4,0 100% crop

 

M10-P, Leica Summilux-M 35 f/1.4 ASPH. Verk.Nr.11700@1,4

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