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Old 08-18-2009   #82
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Old 08-18-2009   #83
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Old 08-24-2009   #84
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Some recent ones with my summicron.....(studio lighting)



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Old 08-24-2009   #85
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Old 08-28-2009   #86
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Old 08-30-2009   #87
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Old 09-27-2009   #88
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Thanks, TIGRE, the feeling is mutual....you have posted some excellent shots with your 50mm.....your photos inspire me to use my 50mm more.....

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Old 09-27-2009   #89
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Here is a recent one with some strong back lighting....


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Old 10-04-2009   #90
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Old 10-04-2009   #91
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Taken with a 1959 Leica M-3 and 1950 90mm Elmar . . .
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Old 10-23-2009   #92
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What an incredible photograph! Congratulations!

I wish I could dream more often with places like that one you created...

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Old 10-24-2009   #93
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What an incredible photograph! Congratulations!

I wish I could dream more often with places like that one you created...

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Thank you so much! Here's another one --- same lens and camera, but using Tri-X @ 1600 EI (developed in D-76, 1:1, 15 minutes @ 68 degrees (F)).
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Here's one.....Coffeehouse.
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The light, the colors, the composition... all superb! Thanks.
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Old 11-20-2009   #96
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Old 11-25-2009   #97
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M6 TTL, 90mm f2.0 Summicron ASPH, Delta 400. If I remember right f4 and 1/60.

Normally I dont care for lenses longer than 50mm, for instance I was using a 50mm lens on my Canon 20D which was about 85mm equivalent. Didnt like it. Using a 90mm lens on a rangefinder though...world of difference. Its fantastic.

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Old 12-30-2009   #106
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Old 01-26-2010   #108
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Some fantastic images here....
Now that M5 has arrived...
I am needing some lenses
by the end of Feb (), I will have the funds for this project.
I pretty much have my road map laid out....VC-21-P, VC-28/2, VC-50/1.1, 90/2 Cron...
But Which one?

SM, Early M, etc...
What are the differences in the 90/2's?

I intend to use the 90 more for candid people images. Is there a preferred version for B&W and some color?

My budget is around $700.00 USD... So the latest are out, I would guess.
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I got my V1 90mm F2 here in the classifieds, for $190. It's a great lens, some think it's the big bertha. I find it balances perfectly on M5. Well worth having, I had a black V2 twenty-five years ago, and sold it. Won't be selling this one. Use it on my Visoflex as well, I really enjoy using that combo. Truly a classic.
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First roll with my new and beaten up V2 black Summicron. I'm very happy with it.

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A little OT, I need to know what filter is used on a Ver 2 90mm Summicron?
48mm or 49mm S# 262xxx

Will post a image or 2 in when I finish up the roll of BW with my new (used) 90 'Cron.
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A little OT, I need to know what filter is used on a Ver 2 90mm Summicron?
48mm or 49mm S# 262xxx

Will post a image or 2 in when I finish up the roll of BW with my new (used) 90 'Cron.
I have the lens. It uses 48mm filters.

And if you use a 48-52 ring, you can use usual 52mm filters AND extend the built-in hood. That's cool!

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I have the lens. It uses 48mm filters.

And if you use a 48-52 ring, you can use usual 52mm filters AND extend the built-in hood. That's cool!

Cheers,

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Yes.. the 48-52 is great idea....Thanks..
Will post some 1st images next week.. I have to mail order the Fuji BW 100. No one can soup standard BW, only C41.
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I really want an E55 90mm f/2 now... Love how sharp it is and it's bokeh... saving up now!
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I almost sold my 90mm Summicron E55, but after seeing the results here, I'll deal with the longer focal length on the M8.2 and use this baby!
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