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Image comparison 35 Summilux Asph with 35 Summicron APO Asph


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5 minutes ago, Hans-Dieter Gülicher said:

Great. I`m looking for my ordered Apo 35 over more than 4 weeks. Back to Germany I will kill the Leica people of the Wetzlar Store.

Regards Hans

For which purpose?

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21 minutes ago, jaeger said:

It would be great if you can shoot a chrome subject (like a chrome faucet or bumper) under moderate sunlight to see how APO shines?  Other person did a test on the 50APO VS 50LUX, the result was unexpected. 

You caught me at just the right moment (between one thunderstorm and the next!)

FLE at f1.4

FLE at f2

APO at f2

Finally a 100% screenshot of the comparison both at f2

 

You can see the increased CA on the FLE in the last shot

 

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Finally - I really ought to do some work!

FLE at f1.4

FLE at f2

APO at f2

Finally a couple of 100% screenshots of the comparison both at f2

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2 hours ago, jonoslack said:

Someone asked about this in the review thread, but I thought it might be of more general interest.

Images shot on a tripod with focusing via EVF, Camera was M10-R.

In each group there is 35 summilux at f1.4, at f2 and then APO at f2 followed by a screenshot of 100% magnification of the focused area from Lightroom (f2 shots)

All shot DNG, with minimal exposure adjustment where necessary. 

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Many thanks for this comparison.

FLE and APO performances are very close IMO, except on the roof, where the difference is quite visible...

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4 minutes ago, tom0511 said:

thank you Jono. To my eye the Summilux FLE holds up quite good, even if the Summicron has the edge it doesn't make the Summilux look bad.

 

Hi Tom

it’s always been a great lens, and it still is! I think the differences are pretty much what you would expect.

all the best

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vor 2 Stunden schrieb Gobert:

Your name is not Jurgen von Belgium?

I think no. The belgium coast is my secound home since about 40 years.

Yust the old and lonly boy (my demented wife died one year ago) was sitting on the balcony together with a france red and an assortment of cheese, smoking a big Havanna, looking over the beach, the see and into the sky. The weather is changing rapidly as you may see below. The proof: A picture taken with my M 10-R plus Summicron 28 mm.

Regards Hans, this time my S3 stays at home

 

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vor 1 Stunde schrieb Gobert:

The North Sea coast weather can change quite rapidly. Impressive picture.

Yes Sir, thats the matter. Attached a further shot. Its the first time to catch it.

Have a nice day and groetjes uit De Haan

Dieter

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