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Leica Summicron 35mm f/2: POST your photos
Old 10-30-2010   #1
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Leica Summicron 35mm f/2: POST your photos

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Old 10-30-2010   #2
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Version IV. Shot with M9. Aperture f9.5, 1/1000, 200 IS0. Handheld

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Summicron v2
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the chair is awesome, good job with the light. Is this film and if so what brand and what did you shot it at? Also did you scan or a lab scan.



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Old 10-30-2010   #7
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V 3, very nice bokeh







I had some vignetting issues, before I found the correct lens shade







this one wide open






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the chair is awesome, good job with the light. Is this film and if so what brand and what did you shot it at? Also did you scan or a lab scan.
Thanks! The film was Fuji Superia 200 at box speed. The scan is straight from the local 24h lab.
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35mm Screw Thread Asph Summicron
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35mm Screw Thread Asph Summicron

Taken with my screw thread 35mm f2 Summicron - Asph, made originally in 2000 in limited numbers for the Japanese 'Barnack' market. I bought it so that it can be used on both my M6 and my IIIg .

It only focuses down to 1 metre v a standard bayonet lens that goes down to .75 of a metre - life is full of compromises.
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Hello, i have a type 2 and i did some comparison shots with a summilux ASPH, the link is here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/timo70/...7624717398614/
And i also took it on my trip to Chili and Bolivia, here are some pictures i made over there: http://www.flickr.com/photos/timo70/...7625279388706/

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I got to borrow a summicron 35 v4 once, along with a M4-P. I actually wanted to borrow a 50mm (the owner didn't have one). Now, a year later, I have an M2 and a 50mm and I want a 35... go figure...


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Very nice photos.
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ASPH at f/2. Still one of my favourites made with this lens:


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Old 11-05-2010   #22
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I have a 35 lux but the summicron has become my everyday lens... love the size.
M6ttl Summicron IV... pretty sure this was wide open

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Old 11-05-2010   #23
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with M8.2 through a Hoya R72 filter

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A few with the version IV. I really miss that lens, but I can't see all of the 35mm frame lines on a .72 finder with glasses.



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