Elmar 90mm f4 Photos
Old 07-16-2016   #1
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Elmar 90mm f4 Photos

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Can you please post photos taken by the 90mm f4 Elmar?
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Old 07-16-2016   #2
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F762 #5 Elmar 90f4 Ltm by T&T and Mr B Abrahamsson, on Flickr

Leica Elmar 90mm f4.0, M2, Arista 400 and D76
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Old 07-16-2016   #3
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Some are still here:

http://www.rangefinderforum.com/foru...d.php?t=136223

You could select this lens in the lens browser:
http://www.rangefinderforum.com/rffg...ensbrowser.php

1600+ photos here:
https://www.flickr.com/groups/[email protected]/
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Old 07-16-2016   #4
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Ricoh GXR-M + M-Rokkor 90mm f/4

The M-Rokkor 90mm f/4 is sibling to the Elmar-C 90mm f/4, made on the same assembly line in Wetzlar, Germany until Leica cancelled CL production and handed the tooling over to Minolta in Japan. It's a wonderful, small, lightweight lens, not exactly the same as the Elmar 90mm f/4.

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Old 07-16-2016   #5
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Post war coated Elmar 90 mounted on a Sony A7II...

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Old 07-16-2016   #6
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elmar 90/4 ltm (1939)
iiif

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img320 by ophir segal, on Flickr
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Old 07-16-2016   #7
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Tmax400 HC-110h by John Carter, on Flickr

Tmax 400, HC-110h.
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Old 07-17-2016   #8
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Old 07-18-2016   #9
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All collapsible model

on M8:


Spring 2013 (6 of 49) by Ben Sandler, on Flickr


L1010443 by Ben Sandler, on Flickr

On M3:

Sept15_FP4_R_M3_17 by Ben Sandler, on Flickr

On M8, w/ Leica infrared filter:


L1010438 by Ben Sandler, on Flickr


L1010437 by Ben Sandler, on Flickr
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Old 07-21-2016   #10
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You asked for it...ernst leitz wetzlar elmar 9cm F4 - Fuji X-E2.





























More on request...
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Old 07-21-2016   #11
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Nice series Roger!

Love the colors. That 1st one is exquisite.
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Just to counter those stunningly beautiful flower photos I just had to uplink this dark, gritty photo of a small deer family living under one of my evergreens.

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Old 07-21-2016   #13
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Nice series Roger!

Love the colors. That 1st one is exquisite.
Thanks, I enjoy this lens a lot!
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Old 07-31-2016   #14
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ernst leitz wetzlar elmar 9cm F4. Fuji X-E2. Bee's and a Dragonfly in the flowers today.









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Old 07-31-2016   #15
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A classic Leical lens that took great photos when I owned mine. Didn't enjoy toting it mounted on a Bannack though. It looked like the camera was .....overly excited :]
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A classic Leical lens that took great photos when I owned mine. Didn't enjoy toting it mounted on a Bannack though. It looked like the camera was .....overly excited :]
Was it a fat one or a skinny one.
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Any more photos?
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Old 08-17-2016   #18
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Most of my Elmar usage is on film, but I have a digital image from my Canon 1Ds and Visoflex bits:



Shot in studio with the 4-element rigid, wide open, two OTQNO closeup extensions. This version has 15 aperture blades.
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Old 09-04-2016   #20
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1934 Elmar 1939 Chevy

[IMG]M9 90mm 1934 Elmar 1939 Chevy s by Atwood90, on Flickr[/IMG] Leica M9
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Old 09-05-2016   #21
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Ben, I love her eye peering from your M3 FP4 shot.

This one on Monochrom. (DO NOT COLLAPSE LENS!!)

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Und right up above us, a Pizza something Well, the kitchen has enough chimneys, for sure.
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Old 09-06-2016   #23
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elmar 90/4 ltm (1939)
iiif

pan 400


img320 by ophir segal, on Flickr
wow... that's surreal
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90mm Elmar f4 on a Sony a7ii. ASA 1600, 1/320, f5.6.

Elmar 581 by John Reed, on Flickr
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Old 10-28-2016   #25
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Tested collapsible 90 f4 on M-E, but forgot to select its profile in camera...
All at 1 meter, hand held.

f4.


f5.6.


f4.
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Another Autumn shot - of an early-morning River Wye. 2016.

Leica 111c, 9cm/4 uncoated Elmar.
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Another Autumn shot - of an early-morning River Wye. 2016.
The Wye is showing it's bones..
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I always loved the way these lenses rendered. Going out w/ one hung on the end of your camera was another matter, especially if you had a hood on it too. It always looked like the camera was very excited to see things!
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I always loved the way these lenses rendered. Going out w/ one hung on the end of your camera was another matter, especially if you had a hood on it too. It always looked like the camera was very excited to see things!
Ha! It still does Steve!
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