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10/5.6 M 2 0.34%
12/5.6 VM III 2 0.34%
12/5.6 VM II 3 0.52%
12/5.6 LTM 15 2.59%
15/4.5 VM III 24 4.14%
15/4.5 VM II 25 4.31%
15/4.5 LTM 60 10.34%
21/1.8 M 16 2.76%
21/4 M 42 7.24%
21/4 LTM 94 16.21%
25/4 M 18 3.10%
25/4 LTM 43 7.41%
28/1.9 LTM 33 5.69%
28/2 M 41 7.07%
28/3.5 LTM 62 10.69%
35/1.2 II 44 7.59%
35/1.2 I 41 7.07%
35/1.4 MC 36 6.21%
35/1.4 SC 31 5.34%
35/1.7 M 15 2.59%
35/1.7 LTM 47 8.10%
35/2.5 M 52 8.97%
35/2.5 LTM 81 13.97%
40/1.4 MC 34 5.86%
40/1.4 SC 35 6.03%
50/1.1 M 30 5.17%
50/1.5 M 66 11.38%
50/1.5 LTM 61 10.52%
50/2 M 19 3.28%
50/2 LTM 10 1.72%
50/2.5 LTM 48 8.28%
50/3.5 LTM 27 4.66%
75/1.8 M 34 5.86%
75/2.5 LTM 56 9.66%
90/3.5 LTM 23 3.97%
NEW 40/1.2 ASPH 3 0.52%
NEW 50/1.2 ASPH 5 0.86%
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Old 04-21-2016   #81
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Why buy a CV lens when Leica lenses are still around.

Bought three when CV first issued. 25 is a decentered paperweight. 12 & 15 have mechanical issues I repaired myself and do not work well with digital.
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Old 04-21-2016   #82
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Why buy a CV lens when Leica lenses are still around.

Bought three when CV first issued. 25 is a decentered paperweight. 12 & 15 have mechanical issues I repaired myself and do not work well with digital.
I use the 21, 25, 25 snapshot, 28 ltm, 35 1.2 v2, 40 1.4 SC, 40 2 SLII, 50 2.5.
All are excellent with zero issues.

I also use Leica glass. That is pretty nice too. But I got all the above for the price of my 35 Asph Summicron. Sorta puts things into perspective.
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Old 04-21-2016   #83
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None of the ones I have had has been anything less than stellar, so I could vote for all of them:
15mm LTM X 2 -- love the view, don't use it much
21/4 M -- great lens, gets lots of use
25/4 LTM -- couldn't get along with the manual focus
28/1.9 X 2 -- love this one! Love, love, love
35/1.7 LTM -- a perfect lens, not my FL, though
50/1.1 Ultron -- this comes out when nothing else will work

But my absolute favorite of the bunch is the 28/1.9 used wide open.
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The 35 f2.5 PII, because it's the only one I have. So it's got to be my favorite, right?
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Old 07-13-2016   #85
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15/4.5 LTM - perfect on my Ricoh GXR as a general snapshot lens

25/4 M - a similar snapshot lens, and a great lightweight street combo with the Zeiss Ikon

35/1.7 LTM - I looooooved this lens on the M9, but unfortunately, my copy had backfocus, and couldn't be shimmed into calibration. I had to part with it. But I just loved the way it handled and rendered, there was just something about it on the M9 which made me want to shoot.

35/1.4 MC - great low light wide on the M9 and film bodies, and excellent fast 50 equivalent on the GXR, not to mention 70mm equivalent on the Panasonic GM1 and GH4.

50/3.5 LTM - this has the most 'round' organic rendering of any lens I have. It is wonderful for environmental portraits, especially on M9 and film.

I also have the 35/1.2 v1, which is an excellent lens but too large; the 12/5.6 M, which is also too large for my liking; and the 75/2.5 LTM, which is great but I prefer the Leica Summarit.
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Old 07-15-2016   #86
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The 35/2.5 II is just plain wonderfull: small, sharp ,light and fast to focus with the tab. Perfect match to especially the Bessa R2, but also to a leica or Ikon...

The wide angles: 21/4 and 15/4.5 (I and II) are just unique, as they are modern, sharp and really small (and really affordable) As a "speciality lens" i wouldn't buy something large and expensive!

In Generel the "tabbed" skopars are quite unsurpassed in usefullness and ergonomics and "grab-and-go" factor:
Super pleasant to use ergonomicaly, solid, optically superb and: its not a jewell you dont dare to use mindlesly.

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Old 08-19-2016   #87
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40mm Nokton Classic Single Coat.

I love its drama in black and white. It's one of my favorite lenses in any format.

The 35mm Nokton Classic Single Coat and 35mm C-S PII are up there too.

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Old 09-10-2016   #88
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I've used a number of these lenses successfully, but picking favorites is tough.

Of the ones I've had (nothing longer than 50mm), most have worked best on film and on the Ricoh GXR for digital. Only the Nokton 50/1.5 LTM has worked well on FF Leicas (the M9, M-P, M-D, and SL)—well meaning no vignetting or color shifting—and the Nokton 40/1.4 the same on the Sony A7.

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I've used a handful of CV lenses and the ones I've enjoyed most have been the ones I used on my RD1. The 28/2 Ultron and 15/4.5 Mk1. Unfortunately I was forced into selling them but have now replaced the RD and 28. May replace the 15mm again when cash allows.

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I voted for the ones I own, I own them because they are my favorites. So far.....
I have had the 25/4, the 35/2.5 ltm and the 35/1.2. None of which I particularly got along with.
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Old 09-23-2016   #91
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I thought a picture might be useful at this point.



I didn't expect the 21/4 LTM to be on top, and the 50/1.5 VM to be by far the most successful VM lens ...

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Old 09-24-2016   #92
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I thought a picture might be useful at this point.

I didn't expect the 21/4 LTM to be on top, and the 50/1.5 VM to be by far the most successful VM lens ...

Roland.
Thanks a lot!

Much more clear, time to get a 21mm f4, I guess!
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Old 09-26-2016   #93
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Had about 10-15 VL lenses and still have 5.
In the film era I liked the 15/4.5 (I) and 25/4 most. They were probably the sharpest VL lenses. Both the 21/4 and the 28/3.5 were later developments out of the 25/4 Snapshot Skopar.
The 15/4.5 (I) and the Bessa-L started a new photographic era for me, so I voted for the 15/4.5 (I).
I recently sold my 21/4, since I've got a Zeiss Loxia 21/2.8. Much bigger lens.
The 35/2.5 Pancake Biogon was a very sharp lens. I sold it too cheap, but don't miss it much, since the Summarit 35/2.5 is also very nice (sharper and not that much larger). Had the 35/1.7 for a long time, never liked it much (low contrast, strange ghosts in backlite).
Still like the solid brass 50/2.5.
And recently upgraded to the 15/4.5-III. Very sharp and nice to handle (SONY Version).
Sold the 10/5.6. Too wide for me.
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Old 09-26-2016   #94
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I am looking at the 21mm f4 as a M8 user, I assume this would be quite a common set up.
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I thought a picture might be useful at this point.

I didn't expect the 21/4 LTM to be on top, and the 50/1.5 VM to be by far the most successful VM lens ...

Roland.
I guess what we are seeing is the best value lens. I imagine the 21/4 will have the most votes because the most people have it and because it is good value for that focal length.

I've had 5 Voigtlander lenses but I couldn't vote for my favourite because I haven't used them all yet

Out of the ones that I have owned though, the 40mm would be my favourite for versatility and value for money
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I imagine the 21/4 will have the most votes because the most people have it and because it is good value for that focal length.
My thoughts as well. The results rather shows how many people HAVE a lens and not how good it is.

Anyway, interesting it is.

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Bought three when CV first issued. 25 is a decentered paperweight. 12 & 15 have mechanical issues I repaired myself and do not work well with digital.
Some bad luck on your side, so it seems.

All my CV lenses (4.5/15, 2.0/28 and 2.5/75) perform great and are mechanically a pleasure to use.
Just my 1.7/35 I didn't like that much. It was well built, but performancewise it didn't get to where the others are.
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21/4 is a real handful on digital, but so tiny you can always grab it.


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Old 01-10-2017   #98
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I've owned quite a few CV lenses, but my favorite is the CV 35/1.2.

I used to own v1 and used it frequently with my RD1s. I now own v2 and use it with my A7R. Given the 2 different bodies, it's probably an apples-to-oranges comparison, but I prefer v2.
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I've definitely had my share of CV lenses but right now my hands down favorite is the 50 f/2.5 Color Skopar. It just is the perfect size / weight / balance on my M3 and the rendering isn't half-bad either! (In fact it sometimes feels so similar to my Elmar-M 50 which is my favorite 50mm lens).

I do currently have the 50 f/1.5 Nokton M and have owned the LTM in the past, also great lenses but I'm finding I don't need the speed very much.

I really enjoyed the 21mm Ultron but I just found it to be too large for me, which was a bummer because I thought the image quality was excellent. The same story can be said for the 35mm f/1.2 which I absolutely LOVED the rendering of but I just couldn't come to terms with the sheer size of the thing. I bet it would be great on an M5 though

Honestly though I'd re-buy that lens, it's really gorgeous.
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Old 02-18-2017   #100
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My vote was for the Color Skopar 28mm 3.5 its the only CV lens that I have sold, just to buy it later on. A fantastic lens.
The other lens that I regret to sell is the Heliar 50mm collapsible f/2.
I also like the Color Skopar 50 2.5 for its solid feel.
My worst CV was the 25mm M mount due to the poor construction of the copy I had.
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Old 04-04-2017   #102
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Old 04-04-2017   #103
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Old 04-06-2017   #104
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The 15/4.5 v1 was the first CV lens I bought in 2004 and still have it. should say something.
Now, I 've got the 21/4, and for $350, this value is unbeatable: used on film and digital, especially RD1s = 35mm FOV=great.

But the latest CV just last week is the LTM 351.7 since I have to sell my Leicas 35/1.4 Asph and PreAsph lenses. The sweet little secret about this CV lens is the IQ is often very difficult to tell apart from Leica Luxes IQ.
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Old 04-19-2017   #105
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It was fun to see that the 21/4 ltm I just bought has the highest popularity rating (77 at this moment)!
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I narrowed mine down to the 35 1.4 sc because for my purposes it was all that made sense. Reasons being
1. My favorite digital photos were taken with a 35L on my canon 6d
2. I am only using M mounts on film, so a more classic rendering was important
3. Size. This thing is TINY and I love that about it
4. Value. Build quality/IQ is a fantastic relative to cost. The only competition imho would be an old summilux for vastly more money. I would love to someday get a 50 1.1 or 1.5, but I have an Amedeo adapter Nickel/Enamel 1934 Sonnar 50 1.5 I'm testing out now. I'm hoping I like it so I can resist the G.A.S
5. My M2 is my daily carry camera. It goes with me everywhere for whatever I want to shoot. So, if I need one lens and I may run into low light, this is the one that comes along.
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I too had to vote Color Skopar 28mm 3.5 LTM. One of the best lenses I've ever had the pleasure of owning/using. Love that it is brass and so tiny. More importantly, it renders beautifully
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I voted for the 1.1./50 and the 1.2/35 (II). The latter was sold eventually, the former is still in my possession from the time when the head bartender was allowed to do business with clients in Switzerland If adjusted well, the 1.1/50 is a really lovely. As I mostly use it for what it was built for, I don't really care about the focus shift.
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Used a few VM lenses now and my favorite is still the 21mm Ultron. Its sharp at all apertures, has lovely rendering and thanks to f/1.8 aperture it is very versatile. It is also plenty sharp for landscape, and do not has to hide from its only counterpart, the 21mm Summilux.
The Nokton 35mm f/1.2 II is growing on me too - lovely character.
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The 15/4.5 LTM is the one I have owned for the longest time, and is the most unique and special. I am tempted to pick up the latest m-mount for digital. Also, the 35/1.2 II is working out extremely well for me. It gets me through the time of year when the days are short with its great performance at f1.2 and 1.4.


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I've three CV lens 15/4.5 (ltm), 25/4 (ltm) and 40/1.4SC.

Optically all are great. The 15 is the least used which isn't a surprise as I knew when I bought it that any lens that wide would have limited applications. The 25 is so small and it's click stop focusing keeps it in contention despite also owing the Zeiss 25/2.8 ZM.

The 40/1.4 is my most recent purchase, I love the photos I'm getting but the slippery focus tab is taking some getting used to.

The only lens I still desire is the 28/3.5 LTM as I'd like a compact and sharp 28 to use on my M2 without needing a separate finder.
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I have four CV lenses, the 21/4 LTM, 50/3.5 (nickel), 50/2 that came with the anniversary set and the 75/2.5. The last two have really grown on me over the last couple of years and I use them often. None of the four are slouches though.
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The four I own and would have no problem taking out over my Leica lenses:

15mm f4.5 III
21mm f1.8 Ultron
35mm f1.7 Ultron VM
75mm f1.8 Heliar Classic VM

The 35mm f1.7 Ultron VM in particular is as good as either the Leica 35mm f2 ASPH or 35mm f1.4 FLE. In some ways it is superior, such as against the light. I own all three and the CV 35/1.7 is consistently a better contra-light shooter.
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I agree with Greg. It is a very special lens. However, the old LTM Ultron 35mm f/1.7 is extremely nice too.

Leica M5, VM Ultron 35mm f/1.7, 400-2TMY, gelatin silver print.

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Yes, I love to use my VM Ultron 35mm 1.7 in my M5 (HP5 Plus at 1600ISO).
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It's all about size and performance for me, so I chose the only Voigtlander lenses I need that Leica don't do to the same degree; the Voigtlander 21/4 and the 35/2.5 in Leica Thread Mount. Both are TINY, ergonomically quick and well built as well as flexible. I can use them on my M's and LTM cameras. I believe this is why they are the most popular.
I have a good set of all sorts of Leica M lenses, like the 35/2 Type 1 and 50/2 DR to the 90 Summicron, but these little Voigtlander lenses are what Leica should be about.
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in the Past it was the Nokton ... 50 1.1 and ltm 50 1.5

Now It's the Color Skopar...
not just for its size & ergonomics but Lovely rendering
Even though I shoot film I no longer lust for speed


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