leica elmarit-m 28mm f2.8 asph

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leica elmarit-m 28mm f2.8 asph
This is a Leica compact 28mm lens. The f/2.8 aperture is good for a wide-angle head. It was not my original intention to buy this elmarit 28mm, it was bought with the camera kit.

This is an asph lens. Compared with pre-asph lens, its advantage is small, but its disadvantage is lack of personality. Compared with summicron 28 f2 asph, elmarit-m 28mm f2.8 asph has only price advantage.

My favorite Leica 28mm lens is elmarit 28mm f/2.8 v1. It is the only 0 distortion lens in the Leica 28mm lens.

Although the later ASPH version has improved corner sharpness, the old version of the lens is still irreplaceable.

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Leica elmarit-m 28mm f2.8 asph is sharp when focusing accurately, and elmarit 28mm f/2.8 v1 is more three-dimensional when focusing is not accurate. In fact, street photography is often too late to focus.

leica elmarit m28 2.8 asph is digital friendly, there is no doubt about it. It came along with the Leica m8.

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leica elmarit-m 28mm f2.8 review

leica elmarit-m 28mm f2.8

Wide-angle lens can get more scenery, just like 21-year-old age is easy to think too much.

0.7 meters

With the lens focal length set at 0.7 meters, street photography can be performed. It is more concealed at 0.7 meters. The 21mm lens can increase the distance between the main body and the background, and put more background than 35mm, the picture is more impactful.

1.5 m

1.5 meters can get a greater depth of field, get clearer characters and background images.


21mm has many bokeh, really, and very beautiful. The f/2.8 aperture is used up close, and the bokeh has the style of leica summicron 35mm f/2 v4.

Not many masters have used 21mm lenses in history. Let Rupp Siff like to use Leica 21mm. His photos are very stable on 21mm perspective control, and there is almost no perspective distortion. It is indeed a master.

leica elmarit-m 28mm f2.8
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