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    Schneider Cine Xenon 25mm/1.5 on the G1 compared to Vario Elmar R ASPH 21-35

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    Image circle of the Cine Xenon 25/1.4 (white ceiling)


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    Uncropped image f/1.4


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    @ f/1.4 to eliminate vignetting, corresponds to a 33mm lens


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    Leica Vario-Elmar-R ASPH 21-35mm/3.5-4 @ 33mm


    Technical:
    Covers full sensor : No
    Vignetting : Yes
    Smearing : Some when fully open
    Mechanical : No modification needed
    Adapter : Rabenwolf c-mount->m4/3
    Handling: Aperture ring recessed in adapter, difficult to reach and set
    Peter Werner
    Leica M8, R9+DMR & Digilux 2; Nikon D700; Panasonic FX01, FX150 & G1; Samsung TL350 (WB 2000)

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    Re: Schneider Cine Xenon 25mm/1.5 on the G1 compared to Vario Elmar R ASPH 21-35

    Quote Originally Posted by petermcwerner View Post
    Leica Vario-Elmar-R ASPH 21-35mm/3.5-4 @ 33mm
    On the M8? Correct?

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    Re: Schneider Cine Xenon 25mm/1.5 on the G1 compared to Vario Elmar R ASPH 21-35

    Quote Originally Posted by milapse View Post
    On the M8? Correct?
    NO, on the G1. BTW, it is a Leica R lens, it could not be focused on an M (no rangefinder coupling if you use an adapter)
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    Re: Schneider Cine Xenon 25mm/1.5 on the G1 compared to Vario Elmar R ASPH 21-35

    Quote Originally Posted by petermcwerner View Post
    NO, on the G1.
    I understand now... you would get a little more fov with a wider format but @ 4:3 I can see how the theoretical FOV vs actual is different.

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