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Old 08-30-2012   #161
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Johan, your website post about the UC-Hex was, what I stumbled upon, when I researched the sample, I ended up buying ;-)

Thanks for the post!

I am just a very few days in using the UC-Hexanon, but man, I do love this little lens!

So far, I had no real chance of shooting with it, but had it always with me, to grab some shots, if I can:







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Cool I had forgotten this thread

I re-read the whole thing last night.

A sample. Kodachrome. Probably f/8.0 so no bouquet. Click the small photo.



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Old 09-24-2012   #163
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Nice Wayne! Let's reanimate this thread ;-)

Here is a few from my UC-Hex - it is my first choice in 35mm, since I got it:


couple on electro bike in tunnel by teknopunk.com, on Flickr


man with dog on bicycle by teknopunk.com, on Flickr


men sorting fruits and meat by teknopunk.com, on Flickr


construction workers by teknopunk.com, on Flickr


facade structures by teknopunk.com, on Flickr


couple on electro bike by teknopunk.com, on Flickr
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Old 11-26-2012   #164
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Very nice sample pics of the 35mm.

Does anyone here still uses the Konica Hexanon 60mm 1.2? If so, let me know!

Such a hard lens to find, but it's no surprise...
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Looking for this lovely lens :)
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Looking for this lovely lens :)

Resurrecting this thread because I've been looking around for this lens for quite a while! I know there's some available on ebay but the prices seem a little unreasonable as compared to what they were sold for at first.
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[quote=frostfire90;2082556]Resurrecting this thread because I've been looking around for this lens for quite a while! I know there's some available on ebay but the prices seem a little unreasonable as compared to what they were sold for at first.

There are things in life, that are just as they are.
In my opinion, the UC-Hex easily is worth the high prices on eBay - honestly.

I have a few 35mm lenses and for some strange reason, the UC-Hex is the one, I prefer over all of the others.

If I need closer focussing (seldom), I take a Summilux ASPH.
If I want a more vintage look, I take a 3.5cm Elmar.
If I want to shoot in darkness, the Voigtlander 35/1.2 is an option.

If one seeks a fast 35mm on a budget, in my opinion one of the nicest lenses, little more can buy is the Canon 35/2 LTM - you can't beat this lens for the money!

The UC-Hex punches far over it's weight and values easily for the high going prices on eBay.
Heck, even the less well made Leica 35 Summilux pre ASPH are more expensive (comparing second hand v4 with brand-new UC-Hex prices)!

Just as an aside: I find the UC-Hex to have A LOT of similarities in imaging to the W-Nikkor 35/1.8 (which in my book is possibly THE most beautifully rendering 35mm in it's combination of characteristics).

I would call a UC-Hex a bargain, that goes for less than the Nikkor, as on top of it's nicer built, it is also a lens, that is a lot better as a regular user!
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Dirk,

Would you consider the UC-Hex a better daily user over the W-Nikkor just for size only, or do other aspects come into play too?

Just curious...
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...comparing the W-Nikkor + UC-Hex with pictures:

UC-Hex:

- lighter
- slightly more compact
- better in regards of flare
- more balanced contrast (not as bitingly sharp and contrasty)
- smoother bokeh
- standard filter thread E43
- tighter built quality (best aperture control ring ever - on any lens)
- veeeeery smooth focus feel
- focusses slightly closer

W-Nikkor:
- higher price in LTM mount (you get a brand new in box UC-Hex for less than a W-Nikkor in user condition)
- uncommon old Nikon filter thread (fine 43mm)
- more cramped controls (with lens hood get's tight between hood and camera body)
- more "harsh" bokeh
- extremely sharp and contrasty (less smooth)

comparison shots:

W-Nikkor:

at IKEA - portrait by teknopunk.com, on Flickr

The world famous sharpness of the W-Nikkor:

35 ƒ1.8 W-Nikkor LTM - first shots - portrait by teknopunk.com, on Flickr


35 f1.8 W-Nikkor LTM - first shots - portrait - crop 2-1 by teknopunk.com, on Flickr

That last crop is a 2:1 crop and still new detail is revealed at this magnification - this blew me away, when I saw it first with my own eyes!
The W-Nikkor is an amazing technical feat, that kept eclipsing competitors lenses up into the 1990's !!! No wonder this lens has such a strong following. In my opinion, this and the rangefinder Nikkor 105/2.5 are the most impressive lenses of their time in regards of modern look, detail and contrast - while other lenses are amazing as well, these two really stand out and still today have a very modern look to them.
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Wanting to ad: if price, size and usability is considered, I would vote hands down for the UC-Hex.
I use mine without a lens hood and most of the time get away with this even in extreme light (the Nikkor flares much, much stronger, which is to be expected).
A lens hood with the Nikkor in my opinion is mandatory, making the UC-Hex in use indeed the smallest, fast 35mm ƒ2 lens available - a great package with a compact camera!
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Here's one from me. MP with the UC-Hexanon on HP5


Hole 17. by Abram Goglanian, on Flickr
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Would anyone know if it's possible to acquire the original hood and lens caps for this lens? I didn't get them with my used copy, my guess is they're unobtainable but if someone has a clue, let me know! #449 needs a hat!
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I think you would have to go back to the source. Does the Konica camera division even exist anymore?
There are folks in Japan on this forum. Maybe one of them will have information.
A generic LTM rear cap works. Same with 43mm on the front. Rainbowimaging and Heavystar have generic vented 43mm hoods.
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Would anyone know if it's possible to acquire the original hood and lens caps for this lens? I didn't get them with my used copy, my guess is they're unobtainable but if someone has a clue, let me know! #449 needs a hat!
This is precisely the reason why I left my accessories from this lens untouched, brand new in the box.
I use a B+W 007 XS-Pro filter at all times instead of a lens hood (too keep fingers from the front element) and use a Cosina adapter and Leica rear cap (I only use mine on M mount cameras).

Konica accessories are impossible to find - I am looking for the original lens cap of my 21-35 Dual since forever.

Usually with these rare Konica lenses the only way to complete the item with original accessories is to buy a second complete set and sell you incomplete one


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portrait - worker by Dirk Steffen, on Flickr

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Old 02-09-2017   #175
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The UC-Hex together with its father and its grand father:

evolution of the perfect 35mm - W-Nikkor - Hexar - UC-Hexanon by Dirk Steffen, on Flickr
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Spectacular GAS happening. What a triumvirate Dirk!!
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Spectacular GAS happening. What a triumvirate Dirk!!
Haha ;-)
Its a several years old pic - reminds me I have to update the photo

The reason for this is pretty simple - I searched for some years for THE PERFECT 35mm lens an tried many, many different 35mm lenses in the process.
When I came to the 35/1.8 W-Nikkor I was completely hooked - I absolutely adore this optical design and of course had to try it's close siblings in the process.
The UC-Hex became my user 35mm over the years and is today probably my most favorite lens of them all for it's usability, modern, compact design and lovely balance in character.

Jon has taught me that the original W-Nikkor 3.5cm 1.8 is far superior when it comes to distortion and the W-Nikkor has some quirks and characters (which too I absolutely love) but the UC-Hex is just like such an all around great lens (and still in 2017 so extremely undervalued although prices have risen slightly).
It really is amazing how people really pay more money for diverse 35/2 Summicron lenses when these 35mm Nikkors and Konica lenses are around
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I suspected as much (with regard to finding the original accessories). It doesn't really bother me much as I too don't use the hood and I leave a filter on the front as well. I'm also using it on M bodies (it pretty much stays on my MP).

It's not too big of a deal in the long run unless I ever decided to sell the lens. I love the signature of it (having been an enormous fan of the Hexar AF previously) though I'm still adjusting to the .9m MFD, it's such a small difference but I seem to keep running into it. My other lenses are all .7m or closer.

Either way, it is indeed a super special lens!
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Old 02-10-2017   #179
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Abram, the UC-Hex is not a lens I have been inside yet.
Although I do think not much can be done about the 0.9m close focus limit (the lens is VERY compact and I suspect that may limit it's close focus range) sometimes one can massage just a fraction more focus distance out of a lens depending how it's close focus limited is designed.

As you are in the US, you might get in touch with Sherry Krauter or Don Goldberg and ask if they have prior experience on one of these lenses and if they know that expanding the close focus is a modification that could be done.

I too think that a 0.7m version of this lens would simply be perfection although by now I got used to it's 0.9m limit as most of the time this is just as close as I would go with a 35mm focal length - go any closer than that and noses simply grow just too big of a potato to be any flattering ;-)
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Another option for closer focus: dead Hexar AF donor, convert the lens to M.
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Another option for closer focus: dead Hexar AF donor, convert the lens to M.
I wish they'd convert them to LTM too... As with the Contax G lenses, I'd love a champagne colored Biogon 28mm in LTM...
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Yes! LTM would be preferred...
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Here's a couple samples on TMAX 100 with my MP. I'm still kind of kicking the tires with this lens. I love almost everything about it, it's just that darn MFD. How do I get that out of my head as being of any concern?


KODK_TMX_02_17_18.jpg by Abram Goglanian, on Flickr


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that darn MFD. How do I get that out of my head as being of any concern?
Easy: just ask yourself these questions SERIOUSLY and answer to yourself HONESTLY:

1) How many times did you ever focus a 35mm lens closer than 0.9m?
2) How many of those shots turned out to be master shots?
3) Would any of those master shots have been lesser photographs if taken at 0.9m rather then the shorter distance you took them?


I have A LOT of different 35mm lenses from Nikon, Canon, Konica, Leica, Komura, … you name it. Many of them do focus closer than 0.9m. I often though of the close MFD samples to be technically superior as for their features but in reality they really are not.
I asked myself the three questions above and guess what - turns out I never ever seriously actually USE shorter than 0.9m focus distance on a 35mm lens.
I actually find now that the 0.9m MFD is the perfect close focus distance for a 35mm and simply rack the lens to it's close focus and move into the shot, focussing by altering distance to my subject rather then using the distance setting on the lens - turns out to be much more precise and faster too to shoot this way when you already know the shot you want.

I do admit though that I always shoot with two bodies (a wide and a normal or a normal and a tele lens).
So when the 35mm is too wide or its MFD too long I just grab the other camera to take the shot.

It is better practice to take a 50mm when you run into MFD with your 35mm anyway I find.

To me the UC-Hex turned out to be almost the perfect 35mm lens. If Jon would not have pushed my nose into its larger barrel distortion figures compared to the original W-Nikkor 3.5cm f1.8 I would love the UC-Hex un conditionally - now that distortion always floats in the back of my head - thanks Jon ;-)

Just be honest with yourself and you will either find that the UC-Hex or a pre ASPH Summicron is your lens of choice.
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Dirk, in all seriousness, thank you for taking the time to write such a great response. I truly appreciate it and will apply it to my thinking.

Thank you for being immensely helpful
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I just posted a few shots made with the UC-Hex on flickr - here are a few:


L1000971-LEICA M MONOCHROM (Typ 246)—for_flickr by Dirk Steffen, on Flickr


L1000974-LEICA M MONOCHROM (Typ 246)—for_flickr by Dirk Steffen, on Flickr


L1000960-LEICA M MONOCHROM (Typ 246)—for_flickr by Dirk Steffen, on Flickr


L1000928-LEICA M MONOCHROM (Typ 246)—for_flickr by Dirk Steffen, on Flickr

My absolute favorite aperture with the little UC-Hex is f2.8.
Some lenses look really crappy when stopped down 1 or 1 1/2 stops as their aperture shape will produce distinct, not often pretty highlights (for example the 35/1.4 ASPH I like so much, just not stopped down to f2-2.8).
The UC-Hex always has smooth, pretty backgrounds but is famous for it's TRI-EGG-ONAL highlights (inherited from the W-Nikkor but much smoother and tamed).
You have to like the tri-egg-onals, if you don't you are out of luck from f2 - f2.8 ;-)

Btw - the modern Konica lenses as the UC-Hex and the 21-35 Dual have in my eye THE PERFECT contrast - no fidgeting in photoshop or Lightroom is needed - they just come out perfect to my eye. There is no clipping of shadows and there is an absolutely beautiful and naturally soft transition from bright highlights borders - unlike with latest modern Leica glass.
I love how this Konica glass renders contrast - still looking to complete a kit, looking for the missing pieces in the puzzle.
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Dirk, in all seriousness, thank you for taking the time to write such a great response. I truly appreciate it and will apply it to my thinking.

Thank you for being immensely helpful
You're very welcome Abram ;-)


Oh - one little detail that I see often not mentioned is:
The UC-Hex is NOT made entirely of brass as often mentioned (it is after all a very lightweight lens, which is a good thing for it's wonderful compact handling).
I have not yet had to go into my lens but have unfortunately rubbed the UC-Hex against a sharp filter-ring in the bag one time.

The aperture dial is made of CNC machined alumium, the distance scale paint rubs off and underneath can be found a black, dull but smooth material - it may be black anodized aluminium, a polymer based material or galvanized brass underneath.
The lens is not traditionally made simply of massive brass and lacquer finish - it is made of a mix of high tech materials and then beautifully finished in it's glossy thick black paint.

Don't thrash it - it will not look as pretty as a black paint Leica lens
I still consider it though made superior to most Leica lenses with the very best aperture control design on the market - it is always tight and precise and snaps into perfect click stops without any play.
It also after a few years of regular use has still a perfect focus feel - smooth without any play or stiction - much unlike Leica lenses which will need regular attention if such small details bother you - they bother me, I am German after all ;-)

Konica engineers are at least as whacky as us Germans - looking inside the mechanics of a 21-35 Dual is pure engineers porn - the attention to detail and precise workmanship is just insane.
It always makes me sad that Konica as no longer making rangefinder gear.
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Mine weighs 121 grams. The main heft comes from the brass helicoid inside, not the housing. I wore quite a bit of paint off my last sample - the "brassing" is hard to tell as Dirk had mentioned, it's anodized aluminum underneath. Should I have not dropped it it'll still be my primary lens...which means...I'm currently on my second one.

I actually dig the 0.9 meter MFD. In close quarters I'd just swing the tab to the end while raising the camera to shoot. All can be had in an instant. The aperture is firmer and snappier than the most snappy Leica lens, giving you much confidence to operate it blind. It's a (literally) no brainer!
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Still the 35mm lens I wish to afford one day for my Leica II.

The Canon 35mm 2.0 I now shoot has play on the focus helical and would need a relube to be firm again. Still, it doesn't have a focusing tab...
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To me the UC-Hex turned out to be almost the perfect 35mm lens. If Jon would not have pushed my nose into its larger barrel distortion figures compared to the original W-Nikkor 3.5cm f1.8 I would love the UC-Hex un conditionally - now that distortion always floats in the back of my head - thanks Jon ;-)
Lol, you're welcome Dirk! Once seen, the barrel distortion cannot be unseen
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I actually dig the 0.9 meter MFD. In close quarters I'd just swing the tab to the end while raising the camera to shoot. All can be had in an instant. The aperture is firmer and snappier than the most snappy Leica lens, giving you much confidence to operate it blind. It's a (literally) no brainer!
Yes, this is one of the many things people get easily fooled into judging by numbers.
It took me too a long time to finally realize how unimportant those last 20 cm are.

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Still the 35mm lens I wish to afford one day for my Leica II.

The Canon 35mm 2.0 I now shoot has play on the focus helical and would need a relube to be firm again. Still, it doesn't have a focusing tab...
The UC-Hex is absolutely worth it … BUT the Canon 35/2 LTM is no slouch either ;-)
It is one of those best bang for the buck often under estimated lenses - its a great lens!
Unfortunately all of them will suffer at some point from some mechanical play in the focus mount (the ones I still have around also need work for the same reason).

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Lol, you're welcome Dirk! Once seen, the barrel distortion cannot be unseen
I imagine an evil laughter echoing here

The good news is there is always a W-Nikkor to fix that issue


L1001279-LEICA M MONOCHROM (Typ 246)—for_flickr by Dirk Steffen, on Flickr


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