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Old 05-11-2009   #41
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TRES COOOOL set Simon /Our Man in Tangiers....
love the shots of your Niece and the men at the River/Bridge

Mind you the color shots are Lovely in terms of subtelty / NOT Disney Color Pop....

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Old 05-12-2009   #42
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Nokton @ f1.2

I just got this lens from cameraquest, and I am loving it, It renders beautifully. It makes up for the weight and size.
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Old 05-19-2009   #43
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test shot with my new Nokton 35/1,2. Wide open of course.
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Old 05-19-2009   #44
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Bébèrt - I've never seen anyone with such a long list of kit!! The Nokton 35mm f1.2 is a superb addition though, I hope you come to like it as much as I do.
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Infected by the collector virus I think.

Here's a shot with one of the old guy's, Leica Xenon 50mm 1,5 ... wide open
( looking at the pict might be infectious )

bwt. It's not (yet) the longest list on this forum.
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FP4 in Rodinal, I think wide open.

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Just random stuff from a few hours in the city.

All shot with Leica M5 with Nokton 35mm f1.2 loaded with Tri-X(bulk) EI 400 that was stand developed in Rodinal 1:100 for 60 minutes then rather quickly scanned on my Epson V500. All photographs are full-frames and uncropped.

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One reason I really like using the Nokton 35/1.2 as my 'do everything 35mm' is when using Tri-X EI 400, I can set the shutter speed of the M5 at 1/1000sec and forget about it, simply adjust the aperture and pretty never run out of light until I enter a dark building, simply keep opening the aperture until I hit f1.2. Of course, there are times, I will bring down the shutter speed to gain more depth-of-field, but for quick, hurried shooting it works like a charm. At least for me.

That is all for now!
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Hopefully, you have not been bored out of your mind... but you asked for photographs from the Nokton 35mm f1.2!

All shot with Leica M5 with Nokton 35mm f1.2 loaded with Tri-X(bulk) EI 400 that was stand developed in Rodinal 1:100 for 60 minutes then rather quickly scanned on my Epson V500.

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Smoke and stuff, f1.2, 1/4 second, TMY in Rodinal

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Martin,

I like it alot! I am always on the lookout for smokers, with wispy, swirling stuff around their heads. Always make for a great photo.
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London, dec. 2008 - f/1.2

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I am wondering, how much does this lense block the viewfinder with the "normal" shade on it? I need a 35 for my M and I am looking for a 1.2, Ultron 1.7 or a 2.5 Skopar...
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Not to much blocking of the vieuwfinder with the normal shade. Perhaps 1/6 the with or without shade.

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The Nokton is big and makes my M6 front heavy, but it's been a revelation for me - the creaminess of an older, fast Leica lens combined with the sharpness of a modern design. I don't know that a comparison to the 35 2.5 is fair - I think you could pretty easily justify having both, the Nokton for its dreamy signature and the Skopar for its sharpness in an ultra-compact housing.

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Tres Cooool.... makes me WANT!!!!
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I thought I had done enough research on RFF and then got the lens from Cameraquest. After shooting around and making comparisons with my 35 cron ASPH, I just can't persuade myself keeping it. Bulky and too heavy on MP, even on my R-d1s...

Finally decide to part with this gem...
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the nokton 35mm f1.2 is my fourth 35mm lens and (never say never) i think i can stop thinking about changing hardware at this focal length. why?
  • i had it modified (stiff focus issue on m8 on earlier lenses) and 6-bit coded in the netherlands for around €100+. very professional, works like a charm on the m8
  • it handles very well (focus/aperture) and is, i find, very balanced in the hand on the m8
  • so far, the lens is a strong all-round performer in low and bright light, color and b/w, attractive OOF wider open and very sharp when needed
  • the wide range of photos you all have posted in this thread seem to confirm my choice
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greetings from hamburg

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Michael, I was wondering what kind of film you're using? I'm digging those saturated tones although it makes me wonder if you're done with b/w for now?
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Hello Renzsu........I have been using fuji pro 100 film a lot recently....I still use black and white (Tri-X) for my work/projects (more serious stuff)...if I am just out and about, I will use xp2 or this fuji 100.....
The stuff on my Flickr from India/Pakistan/Nepal is just a small percentage of my work in black in white...To be honest, I have just a very small percentage of my "work" available online...cheers, michael

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Love your shots, Simon. Very textural with great framing.
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Nice pictures, as far you can judge based on small images on the web, it seems to be a great performer!
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Here's one from my new studio....I have a lot to learn with the lights...

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