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  • Leica 50mm f/2 Summicron Rigid  Is The Second Choice

    Leica 50mm f/2 Summicron Rigid Is The Second Choice

    Sound: I love the satisfying sound of turning the aperture ring on my Leica Rigid lens. It’s a small, clean sound that reminds me of the snap of a flower stem. Unfortunately, this sound cannot be heard in later Leica lenses. Beauty: In my opinion, the Leica Rigid is the most beautiful 50mm lens in […]

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  • Leica 35mm f/1.4 Summilux II Pre-asph

    Leica 35mm f/1.4 Summilux II Pre-asph

    Glow The lens has a slightly soft focus, suffers from chromatic aberration, and vignettes at its maximum aperture of f/1.4. When shot wide open, it produces a soft, dreamy glow with shallow depth of field, and swirly bokeh, which is why it’s nicknamed the “Leica glow.” This type of soft and dreamy bokeh is either […]

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  • Voigtländer 28mm f/2 Ultron LEICA M Mount Ultron

    Voigtländer 28mm f/2 Ultron LEICA M Mount Ultron

    Leica M-mount 28mm lenses are generally not cheap, as they are standard wide-angle lenses. However, the quality of the Voigtlander VM 28mm f/2 lens is really impressive, with rich colors and high resolution. The Leica M8 originally produced images that were quite mild, but with this lens, the colors become much richer and the bokeh […]

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    A true master will not let focal length change their style… Why limit oneself to a certain focal length? Wide-angle lenses don’t just cram more into the frame, they bring you closer to your subject. Today, let’s talk briefly about the Leica M28 F2ASPH wide-angle lens, which doesn’t have very obvious characteristics, so there’s no […]

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    The Leica M8, a digital rangefinder camera, was released in 2006, making it 12 years old now. It was a controversial machine right from the beginning, with an APS-H format and 10 million pixels. Some people thought the camera was a great product, while others felt that it was outdated compared to Canon’s 5D in […]

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  • Leica Super Angulon 21mm f/3.4 Black & White Film

    Leica 21mm f/3.4 Super-Angulon M – Technical Information Manufacturer: Schneider-Kreuznach – LeicaOptics: 8 elements in 4 groupsAperture range: f/3.4 to f/22Filter: M 48 X 0.75 Thread – or Series 7 (held in place by the hood)Maximum Outer Diameter: 52.5mmWeight: about 250g (black version, without caps)Lens code number: 11103Lens hood code number: 12501 (12501M)Front lens cap […]

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  • leica elmarit-m 28mm f2.8 ASPH Black & White Film

    This lens is optimised for digital photography and has significantly reduced image field curvature in comparison to the previous model. Used Leica Elmarit-M 28mm F2.8 ASPH Lens (11677) W/ Box, Case, and Lens hood, and all caps. more info

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  • leica summicron-m 90mm f2 v1 Black & White film

    leica summicron-m 90mm f2 v1 Black & White film

    The first generation of Summicron 90mm f/2 has three versions, with the same optical design but mainly differing in appearance. The craftsmanship is excellent, with smooth focusing, and the silver version has a rigid feel when enlarged, really representing the top-level craftsmanship of the M3 era. Later, I went and bought a second version, as […]

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  • leica elmarit-m 28mm f2.8 V1 Color Film

    Product Description Elmarit-M 28mm f2.8 Version 1, 9 elements Yellow /white scale; red /white scale (RS); ELC /Wetzlar This set include 12501 Hood. more info

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