Old 06-13-2019   #41
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I decided to dedicate this summer to getting more comfortable with the 28mm. Some of my favorite photographers used 28mm, but I struggle with it even though I often like the results. Picked up a V1 Summicron asphyxiates the other day and LOVE it. It will be paired up with a 50mm for most of the summer. Here are a few shots just messing around in the couple hours I had it yesterday. These are on the MP240, but will hopefully get it onto my M6 very soon.


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Old 07-26-2019   #42
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Old 07-26-2019   #43
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the way this lens handled back light is amazing. no flare or whatever at all
love this shot.

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I've enjoyed the thread. Very nice pics. Wondering how much 'better' the Leica Summicron or the 2.8 Elmarit are vs. the Zeiss Biogon 2.8/28mm... Price wise, they should be about two to four times 'better' or, otherwise, interesting.
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I've enjoyed the thread. Very nice pics. Wondering how much 'better' the Leica Summicron or the 2.8 Elmarit are vs. the Zeiss Biogon 2.8/28mm... Price wise, they should be about two to four times 'better' or, otherwise, interesting.

I think the quality can not be "better" 2-3 times even the price is.
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From Summer

Here are some from summer with the V1 on the MP240. Apologies if a couple of these were posted elsewhere on here.

Terminal by Chris Coppola, on Flickr
Buffalo car show 2019 by Chris Coppola, on Flickr
20190704-L1000800.jpg by Chris Coppola, on Flickr20190614-L1000312.jpg by Chris Coppola, on Flickr20190612-L1009996.jpg by Chris Coppola, on Flickr
20190730-L1001262.jpg by Chris Coppola, on Flickr
Mercy Flight Buffalo by Chris Coppola, on Flickr
Rock Harbor, Cape Cod by Chris Coppola, on Flickr
Halloween Hayride by Chris Coppola, on Flickr
Hayride by Chris Coppola, on Flickr
Longnook Beach, Cape Cod by Chris Coppola, on Flickr
Runway, Buffalo Airport by Chris Coppola, on Flickr
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M7 with 28mm Summicron and 400TX at EI1600, shot wide open.

I have something of a love-hate relationship with the lens. It is very well behaved, with a relatively flat plane of focus, and it has near uniform sharpness over the entire image even wide open. The ergonomics are also excellent. But the f2 aperture is limiting in low light with film, and it is a lens that imparts little to the image to really justify the price tag.
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M7 with 28mm Summicron and 400TX at EI1600, shot wide open.

I have something of a love-hate relationship with the lens. It is very well behaved, with a relatively flat plane of focus, and it has near uniform sharpness over the entire image even wide open. The ergonomics are also excellent. But the f2 aperture is limiting in low light with film, and it is a lens that imparts little to the image to really justify the price tag.
I think I know what you mean. It has a very neutral feeling to it. Sometimes I want that “signature” to a lens as well, which is why I actually carry a 50mm Sonnar with it usually. I do tend to like it for a couple reasons
1. The contrast is very manageable in both film and digital
2. It’s very ergonomic, at least to me
3. By being “neutral” or “clean”, I think it becomes very malleable in post production.
4. It flares very little compared to my v3 Elmarit

I find it very useful for a 28mm for those reasons.
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