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M Monochrom mk1, 90mm Tele-Elmarit v1 'fat' version Hello guest! Please register or sign in to view the hidden content. Hallo Gast! Du willst die Bilder sehen? Einfach registrieren oder anmelden!

Humpback Whale, Antarctica   -M9 & 90mm Elmarit f2.8  (please click on image & enlarge to appreciate the detail this lens captures). Hello guest! Please register or sign in to view the hidden content. Hallo Gast! Du willst die Bilder sehen? Einfach registrieren oder anmelden!

In contrast to my post #5 (new Summarit f2.4) this was with a 1957 9cm Elmar on M9. 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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90mm Macro Elmar on M10M

ISO 200

1/250.  estimated at f 5.6

I love the size of this lens. No excuse not to bring the 90 along. That was not true for my old 75mm 1.4 or even my 90mm 2.8.

This is a shot of reflections off a curved office building.

Jack

 

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The wonderfully pocketable thin Tele-Elmarit and the Elmarit-R are both invaluable lenses, but this is my favourite, the early Summicron (1964):

(M10M)

It's a bit of a beast so it tends to be used at home or on outings with the car, but it's very easy to focus and I think its rendering rivals the 75 & 80 Summiluxes.

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16 minutes ago, Musotographer said:

but this is my favourite

Very good portrait, I like it. But it’s a bit of a question for me whether this is a true advertising for the early Summicron 90, you should know if you know the other Leica 90’s very well. The light is so good, as well as the expression, the exact angle of the eyes to the viewer, the moment: this adds all up to the final story. Maybe even the smooth tonal scale of M10M is a factor

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1 hour ago, Musotographer said:

The wonderfully pocketable thin Tele-Elmarit and the Elmarit-R are both invaluable lenses, but this is my favourite, the early Summicron (1964):

(M10M)

It's a bit of a beast so it tends to be used at home or on outings with the car, but it's very easy to focus and I think its rendering rivals the 75 & 80 Summiluxes.

My apologies everyone  - I mistakenly uploaded a Noctilux 50/1 file. 🤦‍♂️

It should have been this one, on the M9M.......

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M 240, Macro-Elmar 90 mm

 

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M10M.  90mm Macro Elmar. ISO 160.  1/1000  f5.6. no filter. cropped to size as if I shot with a 135mm.

Pouring concrete from above.

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