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    Quote Originally Posted by innerimager View Post
    24/2.8 elmarit. My favorite wide lens, by a lot!....Peter
    This is a cool shot, esp like the red reflection.
    really freash; something different!

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    BTW here's what vail NORMALLY looks like!
    but REAL skiers hate the non snowing sunny, snow melting days
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    andlets not forget how good that M quality is on 100% crop!
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    Great detail VIctor!
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    This is a cool shot, esp like the red reflection.
    really freash; something different!
    Thanks man. A spring wake up call for sure. best....Peter

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    Three from a walk along the Broadwalk at Coney Island today. Definitely need to go back here several times. M8 + 50/1.5 Summarit.









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    Hi Charles,
    I like these for different reasons. The first B&W the tones feel so smooth. The second one looks like it was done with that profile you have.

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    3 from Washington Square area NYC. M7, XP2, 50 rigid cron....Peter



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    Hi Charles,
    I like these for different reasons. The first B&W the tones feel so smooth. The second one looks like it was done with that profile you have.
    Terry - the second one is an IR shot.

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    Hi All,

    I love the images everyone posts here, so I thought I'd throw in a couple from a recent trip to Miami. The first is from Fairchild Botanical Gardens with a CV 12. The second is a hotel in South Beach with a Leica 21/2.8 [handheld at wide open]. The third is an open room I passed while walking on Ocean Ave near the former Versace Mansion [with the same Leica 21]. The third image is actually a blend of two exposures to get the entire range, but the only actual lighting inside the room is from the headlights and taillights of the cars passing by and parked outside. Miami is always a blast!

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    great job on the interior George....Peter

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    Soooooo Cooool.... Great shots .......CHARLES -CMB

    I recommended 'Coney Island' for our NY outing.......
    but no one seemed interested
    haven't been there since I was a small child
    but I have heard the 'Mermaid Parade' every year is something NOT to be missed
    Have you been to that
    Perhaps we should shoot it
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    We are working on spring here. It is still pretty bleak. One from today with 50 lux pre-asph.

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    Cindy that's beautiful.Great depth and the light is great. Well done!

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    Cindy, please don't... I was not going to buy ANY lenses any more, ever...
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    Cindy, please don't... I was not going to buy ANY lenses any more, ever...


    Jaap, This is the lens that I (stupid me) sold. I thought I wanted an ASPH. I had to beg to get the pre-ASPH back. I won't make that mistake again.
    Charles (cmb) gets the same look from his Summarit 50 f/1.5. I think you have that lens, don't you?

    Tim, thank you.

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    So, what's so bad about the ASPH?

    [Starting the next generation valley girl!]
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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    So, what's so bad about the ASPH?

    [Starting the next generation valley girl!]
    Absolutely nothing is wrong with the ASPH. It is surely sharper. I just like the dreamy look of the pre.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    So, what's so bad about the ASPH?

    [Starting the next generation valley girl!]
    The Asph 50 is a great lens, supremely sharp, but for many of us shows a slightly harsher bokeh than the pre...

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    yes, I agree Cindy's shot (oops, sorry, Capture! )really fits the scene

    I really like the smoothness. Likely cant get that when you play around with so may lens groups for corrections.

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    Thanks Helen- and what's thus I hear about a get together at Coney Island? Count me in, if there's any way it matches up with my schedule. I'd love to do that, haven't been there in nearly 40 years. (I was an infant....I wish). best...Peter

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    Soooooo Cooool.... Great shots .......CHARLES -CMB

    I recommended 'Coney Island' for our NY outing.......
    but no one seemed interested
    haven't been there since I was a small child
    but I have heard the 'Mermaid Parade' every year is something NOT to be missed
    Have you been to that
    Perhaps we should shoot it
    TY Helen

    I have never been to the Mermaid Parade. The date is:
    Parade Begins at 2 PM on Saturday June 21
    Has anyone gone to this? Sounds like it would be a nice event to shoot but I wonder if it is just too crazy. I'm willing to try but would like to hear from someone who as bee to it.

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    Jaap, This is the lens that I (stupid me) sold. I thought I wanted an ASPH. I had to beg to get the pre-ASPH back. I won't make that mistake again.
    Charles (cmb) gets the same look from his Summarit 50 f/1.5. I think you have that lens, don't you?

    Tim, thank you.
    Really nice shot Cindy. Yes, I have that Summarit and I would say it has a similar look. I had a chance to shoot with a 50 pre for a few minutes when I was in Carmel and I feel it is definitely a few notches better than the Summarit and the 50 pre will deliver the goods in almost any situation. I do love my Summarit, though.

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    Jaap, This is the lens that I (stupid me) sold. I thought I wanted an ASPH. I had to beg to get the pre-ASPH back. I won't make that mistake again.
    Charles (cmb) gets the same look from his Summarit 50 f/1.5. I think you have that lens, don't you?

    Tim, thank you.
    Indeed I do; and I like it a lot too.But the oof areas can be a lot more wild than the Summilux.
    This was my Summarit last year. I need to spray my roses
    It is imo not precise enough to get the 3-D bokeh you achieved. For that I would look to my 75 Summilux, which is of similar character.
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    TY Helen

    I have never been to the Mermaid Parade. The date is:
    Parade Begins at 2 PM on Saturday June 21
    Has anyone gone to this? Sounds like it would be a nice event to shoot but I wonder if it is just too crazy. I'm willing to try but would like to hear from someone who as bee to it.
    Last year at the Maine Workshops ,Jay Maisel had a series of images he took of this parade. The key is to get there hours before it starts and visit the staging area. I did a quick search on the parade and in the FAQ ..for $5 per camera you can have access to this area. Jay indicated that since the people in the parade are obviously showing off ..they are happy to be photographed..but all the action is leading up to the event.

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    Thanx Glenerroird !! .......Best, H

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    The Summarit and that wild,wild bokeh...
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    Another Summarit shot

    Unused entrance
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    I see now that the bokeh from the summarit 1.5 is not quite as smooth (in this case). I love the "Unused Opening" shot.

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    Thanks Cindy
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    Sunday Afternoon in my Garden

    M8, Summicron 35 asph. and the evening sun....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaapv View Post
    Sunday Afternoon in my Garden

    M8, Summicron 35 asph. and the evening sun....
    Dammit Jaap - now it's monday morning, you're making me want to get out in the sunshine already!

    Lovely shot though

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    Jaap: The garden shot has wonderful feel to it. Very nice. DR

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    We've had lovely weather here, I've even been seen on the bicycle, and the M8 has been back in the ascendant.

    Here are a couple of shots from the last day or so that I was pleased with.


    75 'cron


    75 'cron


    75 'cron . . . I thought Madonna might be interested in this.


    75 'cron


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    Jono, your environment is very lucky to have you in it - you seem to capture a consistent mood and spirit that is communicated well.

    I see that you have the Zeiss 25mm. I have been thinking about buying this lens. Please share your thoughts and experiences (and any other images you have would be nice as well from this lens). Do you have any of the Leica glass in the 21mm to 28mm range and if so could you characterize the differences in handling and imaging between them and the Zeiss. Thanks in advance.

    - Charles

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    Charles:

    I might be selling my 24mm if you can hold off buying for a week or so. I will be bringing the 24mm, Wate, 35mm, 50mm, 90mm to the San Juan workshop. I suspect the WATE may get the most use when I need a wide. If it works out that way, I will probably put my 24mm ASPH up for sale.

    In regards to the Zeiss 25mm, you have to make sure it has the correct mount on it or it will not code. It is also a bit high in contrast compared to the Leica lens.

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    Jono, your environment is very lucky to have you in it - you seem to capture a consistent mood and spirit that is communicated well.
    Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    I see that you have the Zeiss 25mm. I have been thinking about buying this lens. Please share your thoughts and experiences (and any other images you have would be nice as well from this lens). Do you have any of the Leica glass in the 21mm to 28mm range and if so could you characterize the differences in handling and imaging between them and the Zeiss. Thanks in advance.

    - Charles
    I think the bother with it is getting it coded as a Leica 24mm (for the IR). I bought mine from Vieri, together with the 50 1.5 sonnar, which I didn't want, but which was part of the deal . . I use both of them a lot, the sonnar is kind of a poor man's noctilux - it's all dreamy at f1.5, but by f4 you could cut yourself on it.

    The 25 is smaller than the Leica 24, I suppose you might accuse it of being a little clinical - it's very VERY sharp (moire can be an issue), the distortion is minimal, it's pretty much as good from f2.8 to f11.

    I've not owned the ASPH Leica 21 or 24 - I do have a WATE.

    I think the general comparisons between Zeiss and Leica probably cover the ground between the Leica 24 and the Zeiss. But I like mine, it's on the camera a lot as it almost fills the rangefinder, it's small and light and it always delivers.

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    ditto on the zeiss 25;

    sharp as a tack, but compresses midtones compared to the cron28, not sure about the 24 but I suspect it is the same.

    I went to the trouble of swapping the mount, getting it milled and coded, and I got the hood for the 25/28, round, vented for it. It does intrude into the viewfinder on the M8, and after a while I found I was not able to really compose well considering what i was not seeing. After getting the 28 cron two weeks ago I am really appreciating the lower contrast.

    Funny thing is that the performance of the 28 cron is so good on the M8 that it makes me wonder how much better the 24asph would be compared to the Zeiss...the cron is just so good, if the 24 was that good it would be worth it imo to buy the leica. (I suspect it is...).

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    Robert - The Leica 24 is probably twice + the price of the Zeiss which is why I am looking at the Zeiss. I won't buy this week so if you are selling after the trip I'll have a look. Also, if I were to buy Leica I would have to consider the 28/2 as well as the 24mm.

    I can get the Zeiss with the correct mount from PopFlash. Not a fortune either.

    Jono - Thanks for all the info, very helpful. It confirms what I have been reading about it around the web.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertwright View Post
    ditto on the zeiss 25;

    sharp as a tack, but compresses midtones compared to the cron28, not sure about the 24 but I suspect it is the same.

    I went to the trouble of swapping the mount, getting it milled and coded, and I got the hood for the 25/28, round, vented for it. It does intrude into the viewfinder on the M8, and after a while I found I was not able to really compose well considering what i was not seeing. After getting the 28 cron two weeks ago I am really appreciating the lower contrast.

    Funny thing is that the performance of the 28 cron is so good on the M8 that it makes me wonder how much better the 24asph would be compared to the Zeiss...the cron is just so good, if the 24 was that good it would be worth it imo to buy the leica. (I suspect it is...).

    Thanks for the info. Everyone says the 28/2 is so good on the M8. I know I will have to get it so I should just forget about the Zeiss and go for it. Oh well, looks like I will not be saving any money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertwright View Post
    ditto on the zeiss 25;the cron is just so good, if the 24 was that good it would be worth it imo to buy the leica. (I suspect it is...).
    It is.....Peter

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    Jono and David..Thanks
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    I think the problem is the viewfinder intrusion. Even on the ziess it is bothersome. I wish zeiss woudl come out with a lower cost smaller slower version like the voigtlander p series 25mm. It would make a good street lens.

    Been thinking about the voigtlander for that but since it is no longer ltm it makes it that much harder to code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertwright View Post
    I think the problem is the viewfinder intrusion. Even on the ziess it is bothersome. I wish zeiss woudl come out with a lower cost smaller slower version like the voigtlander p series 25mm. It would make a good street lens.

    Been thinking about the voigtlander for that but since it is no longer ltm it makes it that much harder to code.
    I use the Zeiss without a hood - get very little flare problem, and it hardly intrudes at all (FwIW).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    I use the Zeiss without a hood - get very little flare problem, and it hardly intrudes at all (FwIW).
    I'll have to good hoodless more often...

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    that's what i call fun. never published shot...

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    Bought me a Voigtlander Heliar 75mm f2.5 to play with.


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    And a Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f1.5 also.


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    Lovely lenses.
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    This has been a great thread, always good to see images of this quality. I just uploaded some images to a new gallery, here, my first. Below is a sampling, feel free to let me know what you think....

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    I had set the M8 aside for a few weeks to spend some time with the D3. A couple of snaps from the 75lux this morning remind me why I like this lens so much ... and just how nice the M8 is to use. Both were at 1.4.

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