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M8, 1250 ISO, Summilux 35mm, 2007

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vor 2 Minuten schrieb cobbu2:

The “Center of the Universe” and “Artificial Cloud,” Tulsa Oklahoma, 15/4.5 CV Super-Wide Heliar (V1 with LTM Adapter)

What adapter do you use exactly? Do you see the (fixed) Sun visor in the picture? My sun visor is a little bit twisted, so I can see the visors at the corners

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56 minutes ago, analog-digital said:

What adapter do you use exactly? Do you see the (fixed) Sun visor in the picture? My sun visor is a little bit twisted, so I can see the visors at the corners

Since I bought the 15mm (first version like here) LTM and Voigtlander own adapter LTM-M, I never have any problem of black corner with M8.

Neither with old Leitz LTM-M adapters, even with FF Leica M.

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4 hours ago, analog-digital said:

What adapter do you use exactly? Do you see the (fixed) Sun visor in the picture? My sun visor is a little bit twisted, so I can see the visors at the corners

I use a Kipon 28-90 adapter that allows 6-bit coding on the reverse side. I have mine coded for the 16-18-21mm WATE. I've never noticed any corner problems either.

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