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    It's another day of sun

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    I was in the mood to take out an old lens for autumns color.

    Edit: After the question of karl I created a profile for the lens and updated the pictures. Sorry for the edit. But the colors are better now. Well, in my opinion.

    (a7RII + Leitz Wetzlar 50/2 Summicron)

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    Quote Originally Posted by seb View Post
    I was in the mood to take out an old lens for autumns color.

    (a7RII + Leitz Wetzlar 50/2 Summicron)

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    Thanks seb. Nice images. In what year was the lens made? TIA.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    The serial number points to 1968. If I look at ken rockwells list, it's the one from 1969-1979:
    LEICA SUMMICRON 50mm Guide

    Edit: Sorry, I did an small update on both on flikr (see on my post below). Therefore the links do not work anymore in your post. But to compensate here is some more information about the lens.

    I have a few Leitz Wetzlar inherited from my stepfather. They are all from this time and he used them on an old leica. From the other two lenses I'm using from time to time I showed some pics here a while ago:

    Leitz Wetzlar 90/4 Elmar (colapsible) (1965)


    Leitz Wetzlar 35/2.8 Summaron (1965)


    As you can see, they come into my mind when it is autumn. The contrast and rendering suits to.

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    Thanks seb. Nice images. In what year was the lens made? TIA.
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    Little Petherick Creek (HDR) - 50mm Mitakon + Evening Dredging on the Sand Snipe - 50mm Mitakon









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    Leaves in the rain


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    Each year the company I'm working for have a big conference in Bern. Most time we have great weather then (some may remember at an identical picture of last year). But it was the first time the alpes showed their beauty in that way. On the left you can see the "famous" mountains Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seb View Post
    Each year the company I'm working for have a big conference in Bern. Most time we have great weather then (some may remember at an identical picture of last year). But it was the first time the alpes showed their beauty in that way. On the left you can see the "famous" mountains Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.

    Bern and Alpes
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    Thanks seb for the stunning image.
    It's the time of year, where sometimes you have a similar clear view of the Apls from Munich, or of the Sierra Nevada range from Mount Diablo in California.
    I have seen it but didn't have a camera at the time.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Thank you k-h. The distance between my point of view and the mountains was 60km in this picture. It's just a very special day if you get such a clear view on mountains with all the colors in the trees in front. no matter where.
    I'm on the way to lucerne in a few minutes and tomorrow I'll go up to Chur. I'm looking forward to get a few more pittoresque moments to see.

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    Thanks seb for the stunning image.
    It's the time of year, where sometimes you have a similar clear view of the Apls from Munich, or of the Sierra Nevada range from Mount Diablo in California.
    I have seen it but didn't have a camera at the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seb View Post
    Thank you k-h. The distance between my point of view and the mountains was 60km in this picture. It's just a very special day if you get such a clear view on mountains with all the colors in the trees in front. no matter where.
    I'm on the way to lucerne in a few minutes and tomorrow I'll go up to Chur. I'm looking forward to get a few more pittoresque moments to see.
    Thanks seb and good luck with the viewing conditions in Lucrrne and Chur.
    I live in New Mexico with its usually very dry climate. If there is no dust and hardly any moisture in the air then around here I can easily see horizontally for about 100 km. High humidity by itself, not fog or clouds, limits visibility to no more than 10 or 20 km IIRC.
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    There are only a few days where the sky is really clear in Switzerland. Most time after heavy rains on a cold day in spring.

    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks seb and good luck with the viewing conditions in Lucerne and Chur.
    I live in New Mexico with its usually very dry climate. If there is no dust and hardly any moisture in the air then around here I can easily see horizontally for about 100 km. High humidity by itself, not fog or clouds, limits visibility to no more than 10 or 20 km IIRC.
    Here are a few from Lucerne and (on the way back from) Chur:

    Vierwaldstättersee
    [a7RII + Sony Zeiss Sonnar 55/1.8)



    Pilatus
    (a7RII + Zeiss Loxia 21/2.8)


    I grown up about 100m of this place. When I was 7 to 12 it was one of my favorite places on the way to school.
    You can see Eiger - Jungrauf and Mönch (the mountains from the last post but in a different order) on this one too. They are the far ones 1/3 from the left. The focal length is now 21 instead of 55 but the distance is the same (around 60km)

    Taminabrücke
    (a7RII + Zeiss Loxia 21/2.8)



    Valensee
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    Thanks seb for the stunning vistas and images!
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Pontoon bridge across the river Schelde, temporarily erected 3 years ago as a remembrance to a pontoon bridge built at the start of WW1 to allow people to escape from the city during a siege.


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    A red hibiscus shot with the Sony A7r-FS + 55mm f/3.5 Micro-Nikkor + Kolari UV Bandpass filter.

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    Carl, You can use the WB target on your way for UV captures.

    Try an old 50/1.8 AI rather than the micro nikkor (poor UV transmission) or better an old Tessar, Elmar and the like.
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    Carl, You can use the WB target on your way for UV captures.

    Try an old 50/1.8 AI rather than the micro nikkor (poor UV transmission) or better an old Tessar, Elmar and the like.
    Thanks Vivek. I have both an old Contax Tessar and a MF Nikon 50/1.8 E that I'll try as well. How do the old Minolta 28 and 40 M mount lenses do with UV transmission?
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    Hi Carl, Good that you asked! The Minolta M 40/2 is *way* better than any of the ones mentioned!

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/vivek-...7645744474105/

    The 28/2.8 is better avoided.

    When a lens has poor UV transmission, IR (from the leaks in the filter) and even visible start to dominate an image, despite the bandpass filter.
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    Switzerland has a governmental department to monitor dangerous rocks, slopes and mountains. But it's very difficult to forecast landslides. This summer 8 wanderer died because of a landslide in a valley close to the village Bondo. The village itself was evacuated for several weeks. The landslide on the pictures is from 2001. The village below called Felsberg has a long history with landslides. They even gave it up ones. But after a long time nothing happens, people tend to forget... Today there are new builded houses just about 100m away from the big rocks you can see on the pictures.

    Bergsturz bei Felsberg
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    Duchesne indica (Mock Strawberry, one of the few around now) flower in UV.

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    Trying the old M-Rokkor 40/2 (thanks Vivek for the lens recommendation) with Kolari UV Bandpass filter on the Sony A7r-FS. Couple of selfies wearing UV block eyeglasses and with and without sunscreen dabs on face. My dermatologist will have a field day spraying sun damage actinic lesions with liquid nitrogen



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    Nice, Carl!

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