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    Re: The Three 35 mm f/1.4 Summilux Asph lenses (AA, FLE, Asph)...

    I agree. The Nokton II is a different animal but I would like to see how it compares. I don't mind the size of it personally but I also have pretty large hands.
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    Re: The Three 35 mm f/1.4 Summilux Asph lenses (AA, FLE, Asph)...

    Ok, like the idea, but can someone help me with part numbers instead of user friendly definitions.

    What is the #11870 lens #3253xxx with 12504 hood?

    I know the #11663 as the latest and greatest FLE.

    What about the #11310 cron?

    Thanks for any help.

    And just for kicks dug out some 50mm that I found in the back of the shelf (hate to admit that):

    50/1.4 Leitz Wetzlar S/N 2221xxx. Part number 11114 from 1967. Takes the hood #12586. Any good to you at all at 45 years old?
    50/2 #11819 1913-1983, Any good-who currently uses one?

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    Re: The Three 35 mm f/1.4 Summilux Asph lenses (AA, FLE, Asph)...

    Might want to post this in a new thread?

    The 11870 is a 35 Summilux. Not ASPH.

    The 11310 is a 35 Summicron version IV.

    They are all good.
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    Re: The Three 35 mm f/1.4 Summilux Asph lenses (AA, FLE, Asph)...

    Well, I successfully picked out the FLE lens, and since I ordered one yesterday, I'm happy to know I thought it had teh best definition around the subject. Well, that's my opinion anyway. I didn't try to pick out the other two, I had no basis for choosing those.

    sorry for digging this out of the cellar.



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    Re: The Three 35 mm f/1.4 Summilux Asph lenses (AA, FLE, Asph)...

    Well I have an F1 version III Noctilux on it's way and I now have an E46 as well as an E43 Summilux. The E46 is going to Malcolm Taylor for coding and a CLA.

    So far I like the 0.7m of the E46 and prefer it at F1.4 and F2, but there does seem a little more vibrance with the E43 and it is a little sharper at f2.8-5.6. I'll keep you posted

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