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Old 11-13-2015   #41
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A readily available adapter would let you use it on a Sony, Fuji etc etc
I don't have any interchangeable lens mirrorless but a Pentax K-01.

Been thinking about getting an X-Pro1 or X-E1 for legacy lenses but haven't gotten one yet.
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I don't have any interchangeable lens mirrorless but a Pentax K-01.

Been thinking about getting an X-Pro1 or X-E1 for legacy lenses but haven't gotten one yet.
I'd get something like a Sony A7 for that (if you don't want a Leica). The Fuji's would apply a crop factor to the lenses. 50mm become 75mm etc
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I'd get something like a Sony A7 for that (if you don't want a Leica). The Fuji's would apply a crop factor to the lenses. 50mm become 75mm etc
Good point but I don't think I can afford an A7 at the moment. They are still kind of expensive used.

I can wait a few years
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Good point but I don't think I can afford an A7 at the moment. They are still kind of expensive used.

I can wait a few years
Another option, in the Fuji vein, is the Sony A6000. Excellent sensor that is 24mp vs Fuji's 16 (?). Those are cheap used.
Personally I'd pick up an M mount film camera to use it on.
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truly the lens you never imagined for your Leica M.

Lomotize your Leica M camera up to the high bar of the art experience with the lens you never dare imagined for your german Leica, a true Russian Lomo lens! This fabulous Russian export is so amazing it defies description - so good luck with this proletariat Karl Marx inspired optic. The black Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 32mm f/2.8 Art Lens rangefinder coupled M mount lens optics are made with real glass mounted in a real metal lens barrel for your very own real Leica M experience. Focusing with your full daily ration of Vodka is highly encouraged. If your pics are not sharp, have a few more Vodka shots. The more Vodka, the better your pics will look. FREE SHIPPING

also adaptable to just about any of the so called ILC cameras via a Leica M adapter, including Fuji X, Sony E, EOS M, Samsung etc

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Some samples of this lens on a Fuji Xpro-1.
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What is interesting is how this lens varies its look depending on lighting and of course aperture setting. None of these images were 'cooked' in pp.
All from the same roll of film.











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Minitar on an M-E & M2

I just got my M-E back from New Jersey. I thought I'd try out my new Lomo lens I picked up from Cameraquest. Its a tiny little lens and a bit quirky in handling and results, but its supposed to be. Thankfully I dont see as much color cast as some other examples online
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First batch back from the lab, love this lens. M5, CineStill bwXX pushed to 800 Lomo Minitar:




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