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Discussion in 'Leica' started by Armanius, Mar 30, 2013.
Flash, this thread awaits you!
I'll get it started.
Flash, waiting for your contribution to this thread!
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Awesome photos Gordon!! Keep them coming! Love your wedding stuff.
great photos Gordon and Armanius. Your styles are very different. I like them both! I hope to see more.
Amazing photos in this thread. I'm really looking forward to the new M-mount version that is soon to be released.
Cosina/ Voigtlander 50/1.5 Nokton Aspheric, LTM
This is a great lens, and will soon be re-introduced in M-Mount. I like the LTM version, wide-focus ring and a more modern design. This is a big lens, and uses 52mm screw in filters- the same as the 35/1.2. Also the same as Nikon has used for decades.
All shots wide-open at F1.5, on the M Monochrom with a single-coated Nikkor O56 Orange Filter.
There's already a sample thread for this one.
I'm thrown by two things: the Sample Archive sub-forum vs this forum, and the other thread being listed as the Voigtlander 50mm F1.5 Nokton. I've actually got two Voigtlander 50mm F1.5 Noktons, and Voigtlander made them in LTM mount. Just 50 years before this one.
Merged the two threads, and added "Aspheric" to the title. I'm also going to suggest that the Image Archive sub-forum be moved up a level. When opening the M/LTM lens forum, you have to "dig down" to find this sub-forum, where all the activity is.
Wide-Open, on the M Monochrom. Y2 filter, custom DNG processor. Fortran code to add a Gamma curve and convert pixels from 14-bit values to 16-bits.
G1017771 by fiftyonepointsix, on Flickr
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Bokeh shot- this lens and the 35/1.7 Ultron are very smooth.
G1017782 by fiftyonepointsix, on Flickr
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