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    Noctilux 1.0 on Ricoh GXR
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    Using the 80/200/4 Vario-Elmar R on a Canon 5D II. This makes a great partner for the 35/70/4 R. Both lenses were made by Kyocera with Leitz supervision and design. The lens is well constructed...two touch controls.
    The focusing ring is forward, making for some balance problems...focusing is very delicate...in other words, miss focus by a millimeter and you have really missed focus...there is some zoom creep involved here as well...when I raise or lower the lens and then look in the viewfinder, focus has been off...but...the lens is very sharp...produces brilliant, contrasty images just like a real Leica lens!
    Here are some examples...YOU MUST CLICK ON THE THUMBNAILS and see the enlarged images to really appreciate the fine rendering of detail by this lens.

    The cat pic has been cropped 1/3 of the image on the right...to avoid distracting burnt out highlights. The image on the right hand end must be enlarged so that the superb rendering of fine detail can be seen (spider web and flower stamens.)

    There is a second set of 80-200/4 images forthcoming.
    Another excellent series and I like the spiderweb shot a lot and also the round leave(s).
    The cat is a fine addition to your plant and flower repertoire, Roy !
    Even at F4 I find this lens having very shallow DOF, basically only the cat's head is sharp.
    Interesting lens this 80200/4.0, I've got the lesser 70-210/4.0 but it's still fun to use.

    Well, keep 'm coming !
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    Thanks, Bart. I appreciate your encouraging comments.

    Here's the second set of images taken with the 80-200/4 Vario-Elmar-R, You can read the background information about the lens in Bart's posting above this entry.

    You will find the first set of images at the bottom of page one.. I was afraid that I would get trapped at the bottom page 1...sure enough.

    This set also reveals the great ability of this lens to render fine detail, so click on the thumbnails and take a look.
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    Good detail in these mushrooms, Roy. Surely this must be the positive spin-off of the monsoon season

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    Thanks, Bart. Each mushroom head is about the size of a 25 cent piece. They sprout out of the mulch early in the morning and have shriveled up and disappeared by the noon hour. The Faerie Queen comes out at night, touches the mulch with her wand, and out they sprout in the sunrise.

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    One more from last week. NEX-5 + 35 Nokton II.

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    Nex-7 and ZM 2/50





    And some color just because:
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    Taylor: image #3 (last one) provides an excellent geometry lesson...well done.

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    A couple through the C-V 15/4.5. I kept both and am showing them here. What happens with street snaps all the time. "Decisive moment" is way over rated.


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    Re: Fun with M & R Lenses on anything other then a Leica

    Quote Originally Posted by Ario Arioldi View Post
    Noctilux 1.0 on Ricoh GXR
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    Anche tu da queste parti?
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    Elmarit R 19 V2 and Sony A900.

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    One more from last week. NEX-5 + 35 Nokton II.

    What a beautiful rendering of that lens. And I thought I was done with buying M lenses
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    Brooklyn Bridge NYC with GXR and Apo Summicron.
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    Re: Fun with M & R Lenses on anything other then a Leica

    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Using the 80/200/4 Vario-Elmar R on a Canon 5D II. This makes a great partner for the 35/70/4 R. Both lenses were made by Kyocera with Leitz supervision and design. The lens is well constructed...two touch controls.
    The focusing ring is forward, making for some balance problems...focusing is very delicate...in other words, miss focus by a millimeter and you have really missed focus...there is some zoom creep involved here as well...when I raise or lower the lens and then look in the viewfinder, focus has been off...but...the lens is very sharp...produces brilliant, contrasty images just like a real Leica lens!
    Here are some examples...YOU MUST CLICK ON THE THUMBNAILS and see the enlarged images to really appreciate the fine rendering of detail by this lens.

    The cat pic has been cropped 1/3 of the image on the right...to avoid distracting burnt out highlights. The image on the right hand end must be enlarged so that the superb rendering of fine detail can be seen (spider web and flower stamens.)

    There is a second set of 80-200/4 images forthcoming.
    Benroy: The 'cat' and the 'cobweb' are brilliant. Just saw the second set of images! 'Mushrooms', really make me want this lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor Sherman View Post
    Nex-7 and ZM 2/50
    And some color just because:
    Taylor: Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by retow View Post
    What a beautiful rendering of that lens. And I thought I was done with buying M lenses
    Yeah I thought I was done too.

    I bought it right after I bought my 35 Cron ASPH because I was unwilling to pay the $7000 that 35 Lux FLE were going for when you could find them. It's even better on the M9 and easily the best lens that Voigtlander makes in my opinion. This is coming from someone that has tried many of their lenses and owned a few of them in the past. Very modern rendering indeed that makes me look like a half competent photographer at times.

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    this thread is so cool 8D and Epson RD-1 isn't under the Leica category right?
    all shot with CV 40/1.4 ...





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    3rd set: 80-200/4 Vario-Elmar-R on 5D II. Overcast provides soft, shadowless lighting.
    All shot between F/4 - F8 @ ISO 400...fine detail rendered, even wide open...all shot between 150-200mm,
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    Quote Originally Posted by hillary.hc.chang View Post
    this thread is so cool 8D
    Indeed!

    I photographed this odd man who does not want to show his face to anyone (he sensed the camera and literally hopped off very quickly).


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    NEX-C3, C-V 15/4.5

    Most others aren't that reclusive/shy.


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    Excellent Vivek - love it
    Jono, Thank you for your kind words (sorry did not see this due to page change)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillary.hc.chang View Post
    this thread is so cool 8D and Epson RD-1 isn't under the Leica category right?
    all shot with CV 40/1.4 ...

    Hillary: I like the nervous, jittery, green bokeh contrasted with the smooth brown wood.

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    3rd set: 80-200/4 Vario-Elmar-R on 5D II. Overcast provides soft, shadowless lighting.
    All shot between F/4 - F8 @ ISO 400...fine detail rendered, even wide open...all shot between 150-200mm,
    Roy: I really like that last one with the delicate berries on the field of green. Seems 'soothing'.

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    Kids polo game. NEX 7 with elmar-c 90
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    Re: Fun with M & R Lenses on anything other then a Leica

    Here are some with my 60 f2.8 Elmarit on the Olympus OMD (apologies if you've seen them on the olympus forum):

    Conundrum


    Solution


    Tangled


    Sharp


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    Jono: leaves pic is a winner!

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    At Revel, a 'Korean' restaurant in Seattle's Fremont Neighborhood.

    Oly E-M5; Leica-M 50mm f/1.4; 1/320s; ISO 200


    Oly E-M5; Leica-M 50mm f/1.4; 1/3200s; ISO 200


    Oly E-M5; Leica-M 50mm f/1.4; 1/100s; ISO 200


    Oly E-M5; Leica-M 50mm f/1.4; 1/100s; ISO 200


    Oly E-M5; Leica-M 50mm f/1.4; 1/125s; ISO 200


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    Ah! Matt!
    THAT's why you bought the M adapter . . . .

    dammit - now I need one too!

    all the best

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    double posted from 4/3 forum (sorry)


    snoozing quietly, 5000 ISO


    the young Harry Potter! 3200 ISO


    again with the 60 macro elmarit on the OMD.

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    Harry Potter, Jr. is a real charmer!

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    Road under construction markings with 35-70/4 Vario-Elmar on Canon 5D II...shades of Ernst Haas.

    More to come....
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    Roy - I love these road markings- excellent.

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    Nex-5N w/ the 21SE

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    Nex-7 and ZM 2/50

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Ah! Matt!
    THAT's why you bought the M adapter . . . .

    dammit - now I need one too!

    all the best
    Jono: I bought it, so, I figured I'd try it out. A little stealthier then an R-lens, and last time i looked, my M9 doesn't have a tilt-up LCD.

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    Another set of road markings...35-70/4 Vario-Elmar-R on Canon 5D II:
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    Re: Fun with M & R Lenses on anything other then a Leica

    The same bunch of people kept running into me within 15mins.


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    A bit of cleaning was needed to get this 1934 gem to shine. (Single) coating is intact and just superbly clean.


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    NEX-7 Leitz Summar

    Before the front and the rear elements were cleaned (using different tools obviously!), the images were a bit "hazy". After cleaning, here is a quick test snap.


    NEX-7, Leitz Elmar 3.5cm f/3.5 f/3.5 1/60s, ISO320
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    Re: Fun with M & R Lenses on anything other then a Leica

    A couple of samples out of the Elmar (on NEX-7)

    With a thin extension ring (f/6.3).


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    As is (f/4.5) shows a bit of swirl but is very sharp.


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    Aisling, 18 week old Abyssinian kitten. Could be her sister, Willow? I can't tell them apart

    OMD; Leica-R 60mm f/2.8; 1/10s @ f/2.8; ISO 2500


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    180/4 Elmar-R on Canon 5D II...compact, light, well constructed, very sharp.

    Free Snickers bar to anyone who can figure out what the bottom pic is all about. (hint: fastened to trunk of tree ; )
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    Benroy: Nice set! I like the deep color and level of contrast. And...I have no idea what that last photo is about?

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    Staghorn.

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    Benroy,

    We have an 80 lb staghorn in the backyard that just broke its chain and fell to the ground. Not really in the mood for a Snickers, more in the mood for the 180/4. I will send you my address and will pay for shipping for the lens.

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    Some of my favorite things. Originally, a late night lens 'test', but, I liked it.

    O-MD E-M5; Leica-R 60mm f/2.8; 1/40s; ISO 6400


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    More with the Nex-7 and 21SE.


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    When I thought about (I seldom think) it, this must be the opposite of the MM + AA 50 combo, in terms of price (NEX-C3 and Leitz Elmar 3.5cm f/3.5) and is so tiny and unimpressive to look at.


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    Re: Fun with M & R Lenses on anything other then a Leica

    I'm afraid I made another slip up at Red dot cameras (they're so nice and helpful).

    My 80-200 f4 arrived the other day . . . such a lovely thing, and it works so nicely with the OMD as well.

    Just a couple of preliminary snaps:


















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    Re: Fun with M & R Lenses on anything other then a Leica

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    Jono: nice lens isn't it? Beautiful images...must be shooting close to wide open.

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    Jono: nice lens isn't it? Beautiful images...must be shooting close to wide open.

    Roy Benson
    Hi Roy
    Thank you - it was actually your fault entirely that I got this lens . . . . I saw your images . . . looked on the Red Dot Camera website and . . . . . rang Ivan and I was doomed . . . doomed!

    As you say, it is a very nice lens - and it handles perfectly well on the OMD, As you say - most of these were shot wide open (focusing seems easiest, and the bokeh is pretty nice).

    all the best

    Just this guy you know
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