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The Summilux M 24mm f/1.4 thread - a tribute to a discontinued lens, let's see your images


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Solar halo phenomenon plus UFO spotted via Summilux-M 24 mounted on M10-P.

I am lucky enough for spotted and captured a phenomenal 360° halo. 

And the bright UFO/UAP found aside from the circular solar halo has brought this picture to the next level and made it more unique, and share-worthy.

 

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Amsterdam February morning 2019 - 1,4/24mm, f/2,8 

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9 minutes ago, jaeger said:

I hardly contribute any photos in this forum but for the sake of this lovely lens, here you go.

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you should post more regularly my friend 👍

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The Alan Schaller video got me interested in the 24mm Summilux but it was discontinued so I ended up with a 21mm Summilux. I still want to try the 24mm but am very happy with the 21mm.

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On 5/28/2021 at 12:28 PM, jaeger said:

Interestingly, all 24mm summilux are sold out at the Leica dealer nears me.  They had 4-5 of this lens stuck in the used inventory for years, as soon as it's discontinued they're slowly gone.  Are there people collecting it? 

“Stuck for years”

”Slowly gone”

Strikes me as a poor seller...

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Over the lake - MP 240

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Neuchatel - MP 240

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24mm 3.8. M10M 

with the M10M and high ISO a 1.4 is no longer required. And I prefer compactness.

 

this is in a wine storage area.

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5 hours ago, LeicaS2 said:

with the M10M and high ISO a 1.4 is no longer required.

I disagree. The impact of a combination of shallow DOF and wideangle perspective cannot be replicated by a slower lens. See images in this thread. And yours is a good illustration of the opposite.

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5 hours ago, LeicaS2 said:

with the M10M and high ISO a 1.4 is no longer required. And I prefer compactness.

The 1.4 is not here for speed but for DOF, as latest Summilux batch chief optical designer Peter Karbe suggested several times openly - he wants us (lol) to stop down to regulate depth of field only.

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SUMMILUX-M 24 f/1.4 ASPH., M10-P

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