Originally Posted by paapoopa
I also read that the goggle version coupled to 0.65m in focusing but not on the non goggle version??
I just got a Summon 35/2.8 with goggles for using it on my M3. It is a wonderful thing. The 35mm frame is brought as bright and clear as the 50mm frame without goggles. I tried it on my M9 and I got to focus very close too. Although I did notice it does not get completely against the camera. There is a narrow distance. With the goggle version, I estimated the with of the frame, then I put the regular sum micron 35/2 on the M3 and shot without seeing the frame, I guess it will be find. So, you can shoot without seen the frame, just imagine the 35mm frame is all the viewing area.