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Old 12-12-2012   #41
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Old 12-12-2012   #42
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Old 12-12-2012   #44
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Marcelo--excellent photos!
Brooklyn Bridge was my fav--thanks again!
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Guarding the Gullwing! VC Color Skopar 21mm f4 LTM on a Bessa 2 with Trix and probably D76.
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Berlin Wall. Zeiss Biogon 21mm f4.5, Legacy Pro @ 400. HC 110, 1:60 for 12.5 min.
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Typical Vancouver sign!
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Nikkor 21mm f4.0 on a S2 Black Dial. Kodak 5231 (+X movie stock), Beutler 1:1:10, 7 min.
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Nikon S2, Zeiss Biogon 21mm f4.5 (1957). The main concourse of the Simom Fraer University. Some flare in the upper right hand corner from direct sun bouncing off the roof structure.
Kodak 5231 +X moviestock, D96 developer for 6 min (25C)

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Ricoh 21mm f3.5 LTM. Ricoh made a small series of the GR 21f3.5 lens in Ltm. Tiny lens, very good - but strange handling due to its very petite size.
Bessa R4M, Lucky 400 in Vestal Divided D76.
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Bessayou in Japan.Classic Temple. Very low light - f3.4 and about a 1/30s. This is the new Leica Super Elmar 21mm f3.4 Aspherical on a Bessa R4M.
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Leica Summilux 21mm f1.4 @ f1.4. Tmax 100, Beutler 1:1:10 for 7 min.
This is with a borrowed lens. It is a very good lens, but with the Ultron 21f1.8 at $ 1250 and this one at $7000+ - and no significant difference in image quality - the choice is easy.
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Damn you guys!. You just made me buy a VC 21mm Skopar...
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Bessa R4M, Zeiss Biogon 21mm f2.8, Ilford Pan F in Beutler 1:1:10 for 6 min.
My friend Gary's Tatra T87 - this is a 1948 car with a Buck Rogers Look to it. Rear mounted V8 - gives new meaning to the term "slingshot" effect on a wet roadsurface.
I think I qualify as a 21mm "junkie" with about 8 different 21's.
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Bessa R4M, Zeiss Biogon 21mm f2.8, Ilford Pan F in Beutler 1:1:10 for 6 min.
My friend Gary's Tatra T87 - this is a 1948 car with a Buck Rogers Look to it. Rear mounted V8 - gives new meaning to the term "slingshot" effect on a wet roadsurface.
I think I qualify as a 21mm "junkie" with about 8 different 21's.
Great Photo and fabulous subject Tom!
It was because of you I bought the CV 21.
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Message to all on this fabulous thread- keep using the 21's these are marvelous images!
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Message to Helen Hill- you have got to promise to use the 21 at least once a month. Your pictures are sensational! Please.
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Bessa R4M, Zeiss Biogon 21mm f2.8, Ilford Pan F in Beutler 1:1:10 for 6 min.
My friend Gary's Tatra T87 - this is a 1948 car with a Buck Rogers Look to it. Rear mounted V8 - gives new meaning to the term "slingshot" effect on a wet roadsurface.
I think I qualify as a 21mm "junkie" with about 8 different 21's.

lovely shot, Tom! i believe you are a 21mm junkie! your collection of 21's make me salivate, cos some of them i can only dream of! i only had my hands on the 21mm super angulon, and my current 21mm color skopar! thank you for sharing!
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Damn you guys!. You just made me buy a VC 21mm Skopar...
please share your shots, Maxwell, welcome to the wide world of 21mm! and yeah, feelingful wedding shots on your website... perfectly timed!
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Message to Helen Hill- you have got to promise to use the 21 at least once a month. Your pictures are sensational! Please.
awhhh, a Monthly Challenge for me ...hehehe
alright ...For You Tony , a Done Deal
Thanks Much for getting me off my Tush, arousing my 21 Lust
( This Thread is a Killer_ soooo GOOD ! )
and Your ever so Kind Comment

here is an Oldie but One I love for its Distorted Perspective

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This is with the Color Skopar 21mm f4.0 in S-mount for the Nikon Rf. Top floor of the Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart. Shot in 2006, TriX, D76 and a Nikon SP
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This is with the Color Skopar 21mm f4.0 in S-mount for the Nikon Rf. Top floor of the Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart. Shot in 2006, TriX, D76 and a Nikon SP
This is beyond good...
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This is with a Russar 20mm f5.6 (close enough to 21 in my opinion). Screwmount lens - not a bad performer considering that at the time it cost me about $100 with the finder.Traded it off, which was kind of dumb!
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This Thread has ruined me
Looking for a 'new' 21...love what I see HERE with the Compact & Sharp Color skopar

but LOVE Tom's shot with the Elmarit v2...
pre asph Elmarits seem hard to Find and TRES Expensive $1700 & up

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This Thread has ruined me
Looking for a 'new' 21...love what I see HERE with the Compact & Sharp Color skopar

but LOVE Tom's shot with the Elmarit v2...
pre asph Elmarits seem hard to Find and TRES Expensive $1700 & up

Thanks ever sooo Much 'Kanzir' for your Comment
Helen, the 21f2.8 Elmarit vII is not bad - but with the 21f1.8 coming in January - I would wait and snap one of tose up instead. Markedly better lens and a stop and bit faster - which can really come in handy this time of the year. The 21f2.8 Elmarit was a decent 21 - but no champion. I had several of both the vI and II and never got along with them. Lenses like the ZM Biogon 21f2.8 are much better in overall image quality and the Ultron 21f1.8 is yet another step up. With your penchant for low light stuff - the Ultron would fit better too.
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Helen, the 21f2.8 Elmarit vII is not bad - but with the 21f1.8 coming in January - I would wait and snap one of tose up instead. Markedly better lens and a stop and bit faster - which can really come in handy this time of the year. The 21f2.8 Elmarit was a decent 21 - but no champion. I had several of both the vI and II and never got along with them. Lenses like the ZM Biogon 21f2.8 are much better in overall image quality and the Ultron 21f1.8 is yet another step up. With your penchant for low light stuff - the Ultron would fit better too.
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Thanks Tom for your Thoughts...
I only fell in love with the elmarit because of that Wonderful shot
YOU posted in this Thread but will look into the Color Skopar 21 f4 and the New to the World 21 1.8
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