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Old 09-04-2019   #41
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yes, it can be a solution
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Old 09-04-2019   #42
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you mean barrel distortion? that one was @f8
yes, the 1st version I had was terrible, this looks nearly perfect, interesting because Cosina didn't mentioned they fixed this.
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yes, the 1st version I had was terrible, this looks nearly perfect, interesting because Cosina didn't mentioned they fixed this.
I didn't touched the barrel distortion in lightroom, so I think that's a very good result.
As I imagined, shift focus is negligible on film, also @f4
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Old 09-08-2019   #44
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The lack of barrel distortion is indeed very interesting.

I have used extensively the Nokton 40mm f1.4, and never noticed any focus shift, even at f1.4 (I haven't used it on digital though). After selling the R3A, I wanted to buy the Nokton 35mm but finally decided not to, solely because of the barrel distortion.

For some weird reason, I find the pincushion distortion less annoying than the barrel distortion.

Thanks for sharing the samples, luuca.
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...it will be a good lens for my M9, where only f4 may take a bit of compensation. I'll stick with the Summarit 35 on my M10.
Any chance to see it on M9?
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Old 09-23-2019   #46
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IMG_9812 by , on Flickr

M4 / Voigtlander Nokton 35mm 1.4 SC Version ll / Kodak Tmax 400 / Pyrocat HD / Foma Variant lll FB/ Ethol LPD 2:1
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Old 09-23-2019   #47
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Yay! Real print!!!

But, common, anyone with guts to take it on digital M? What are you afraid of? To realize what Lux is the dud?
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Yay! Real print!!!

But, common, anyone with guts to take it on digital M? What are you afraid of? To realize what Lux is the dud?
KoFe.... the print is sharper than that. that's an iphone photo of the print in 6pm failing daylight
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Old 09-24-2019   #49
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I get the picture anyway. Print with this toning is awesome.

I’m just surprised here isn’t much pictures with M mount new lenses on digital M anymore.
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Distortion is still there.
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Choices all depend on the outcomes one is looking for. For me the Version ll is a keeper; but then again I also use an Elmar 35mm 3.5, & a Summaron 2.8. I've used several versions of the Summicron f2 for decades..... & would never choose a modern aspheric Summicron or Summilux. Choose whatever gives you the results you desire.
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Great! I could see it on the edges, but it isn't something as scary as on the old one .
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yes, the 1st version I had was terrible, this looks nearly perfect, interesting because Cosina didn't mentioned they fixed this.
+1

I had the first version, didn't like and sold it. Replaced with Ultron 35/1.7
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Choices all depend on the outcomes one is looking for. For me the Version ll is a keeper; but then again I also use an Elmar 35mm 3.5, & a Summaron 2.8. I've used several versions of the Summicron f2 for decades..... & would never choose a modern aspheric Summicron or Summilux. Choose whatever gives you the results you desire.
Does FLE have same oof, Bokeh at f1.4 as version II?
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Does FLE have same oof, Bokeh at f1.4 as version II?
I don't know Ko.Fe. I don't care for the character of modern Leica lenses and besides.... i wouldn't spend $5200 USD ($7k Cnd) on a lens.
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Lovely pictures Luuca especially that first one, and the last.
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Hello everybody !
To everyone that bought this v2, can we have more inside or comparisons with the v1? I have a nice v1 and would be very tempted to buy a v2 if there actually are improvements in field flatness and barel distortion... But it is very hard to really figure out what's been improved or not for now !
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