Old 02-10-2017   #1561
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Old 02-10-2017   #1562
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... They'll cost about US$50, which is the same as some plastic ones that I've seen on the bay.

I *think* the 35mm v4 summicron has the same shape, but I'm not sure 100%

(This was also posted on LUF)
I think they are all same size. I've had similar issue with Leica focus tab at Elmarit-M 28 2.8, purchased two plastic for 25$ on e-bay.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-x-Leica-M-...item2ef53e61ed
But they are similar to original plastic and will eventually brake.
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M6 35mm summilux pre-asph v2, [email protected]! in R09



Fomapan 400 at 1600 has a bit of grain... Back to 250.

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Old 02-28-2017   #1566
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Talked with a few of you fine folks, got some informed opinions and made a decision to try one of these for myself. I think it will round out my "classic" lens setup nicely

I'll post once I've received it and had a chance to shoot with it.
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I am really enjoying the 35 Summilux Pre-Asph. It's certainly not perfect wide open, but it really just has a lovely look in black and white and I think I'm going to quite enjoy this one. I need to have mine re-lubricated though as the focus is a bit sticky but it's otherwise super clean.

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I just missed out on a $800 35/1.4 pre-asph a few weeks ago. This thread hurts even more now.
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Tri-X, at least three stops underexposed.
Gabor, Going over again the many great shots in this thread, I find this one with the urgency in movement captured especially impressive.
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Gabor, Going over again the many great shots in this thread, I find this one with the urgency in movement captured especially impressive.
Thanks a lot! I miss Tri-X, that film worked well with the 35mm Summilux.
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Well for the time being Tri-X is less expensive than HP5 so it's a good time to pick some up!
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Well for the time being Tri-X is less expensive than HP5 so it's a good time to pick some up!
Where is Tri-X less expensive than HP5?
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Where is Tri-X less expensive than HP5?
Presently here in the states at B&H, Tri-X is $4.95 / roll and HP5 is $5.19 / roll. For the longest time HP5 has been cheaper than Tri-X so I'm not sure when this change took place or how long it will last.
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