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Voigtlander 21/4 Color-Skopar Photos
Old 09-06-2010   #1
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Voigtlander 21/4 Color-Skopar Photos

Yet anoter CV lens that we dont seem to have a dedicated "Image" thread for. I think t's a superb lens - even more so, considering size and cost of it, giving a great performance. Post your pics from yours!
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Old 09-06-2010   #2
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I really enjoy my Pentax DA 21mm on the 1.5 crop-sensor dSLR. I'd like to see more shots from the 21mm with film as I've been considering a Cosina 20mm for SLR.
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It's a brilliant street lens for crowded places.
I am amazed at the great value of CV lenses. The only RF lenses I have ever bought new are the CV 40 and the CV 21. The CV 50f2.5 I bought used, and all my other RF lenses are vintage.
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I use one on my M8 as a 28mmEFOV:


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Love the shots of Michael, Maggie
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Great pictures, everyone!

I wonder oif CV is planning to make a faster 21mm or 24mm lens which could step in as a fast ~35mm EFOV lens for crop cameras like the R-D1 or the new Sony NEX3/5. F4 as fastest aperture is a little slow if such a lens has to step in for a 35mm FOV on a crop camera.
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Great little lens! I'm waiting for its 15mm cousin to arrive in the mail and wonder if I will keep both, but in the mean time here are some favourites shot on film with my ZM:





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Old 12-30-2010   #15
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I recently borrowed this little lens from a friend and I'm actually pretty amazed by it, build quality is superb and sharpness is really good even wide open.
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Old 01-28-2011   #18
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Kodachrome 64 in Sanlitun in Beijing... August 2010

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Kodachrome 64 in Sanlitun in Beijing... August 2010
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Old 01-28-2011   #21
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That beijing shot is awesome.
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That beijing shot is awesome.
Thanks guys. One of those serendipitous moments. Was having a late day coffee with friends on the 2nd floor of the Sanlitun mall. On the way to the restroom you have to cross an elevated foot bridge. Turned to my left and saw this immense shaft of light coming down the between the two buildings. This was my only shot. I might have preferred it in B&W, but Kodachrome was what I had in my M3 at the time.
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I borrowed this lens from a friend to try a 21mm - it was great fun. This is the only scan from it (a dusty print):

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Old 04-23-2011   #27
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Love this lens. By the way, it works great on the FSU cameras - it has so much depth of field that no shimming or other work-arounds required.


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Old 04-25-2011   #28
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The beauty of this lens is that it has no distortion and doesn't pull the corners of the image. Therefore it doesn't have to "look" like a 21mm (which quickly becomes tiresome anyway) and it's just a useful lens for when you don't have enough space to use anything else, or you want to pull in some background.
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Here's one I already posted on the R-D1 forum:

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Really sad I sold mine.

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Old 06-07-2011   #31
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I finally got my own It sure is an amazing little lens.



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Some pics of Stockholm Public Library (architect Gunnar Asplund) taken with the CV 21/4 on Kodak Ektar. I have the CS-mount version (Contax RF/Nikon S) and use it with my Contax IIIa. (I can also use this lens on my Nex-5 with Contax-M and M-Nex adapters.)


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Alot of great photos, but I love the Big House shot!

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