Old 09-20-2015   #1161
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Absolutely gorgeous! Now, try this with a Canikon with auto iso 12800 and 1/8000 sec exposure time.
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Old 10-11-2015   #1162
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Old 10-11-2015   #1163
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Vignetting for the 21/3.4 is more pronounced when shot wide open and it also depends on the contrast of the scene.
Yes but this time ... a different lens & fov
I will try the 25mm Skopar m mount
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Old 10-11-2015   #1164
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For the record, it is this thread that nagged me in accordance with my will to get a 21/3.4 Super Angulon. It just arrived and is on my camera now.
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Old 10-12-2015   #1165
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Old 10-13-2015   #1166
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Regarding the use of a 21SA on an M240, I'm assuming it would have the same color edge\italian flag\metering quirks as is present on the M9. Right?
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Old 10-14-2015   #1167
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Just for information I'm using it on my M8.2 and have no issue at all.
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Old 10-14-2015   #1168
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Regarding the use of a 21SA on an M240, I'm assuming it would have the same color edge\italian flag\metering quirks as is present on the M9. Right?
No metering quirks on the M240 -- the metering system is a different design and is unaffected by the protruding lens. It meters just fine.

Italian flag, yes, though I'm not sure it's as pronounced as on the M9 as the M240 has a different sensor design that is, in part, an attempt to address these issues (shallower wells). Haven't compared the two though -- all I can say reliably is that on the M240, photos taken with the SA 21/3.4 do display colored edges. Cornerfix and Adobe Flat Field both seem to resolve that problem.
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Actually, I should qualify that...

If the metering mode is set to Advanced on the M240, there is no metering problem. If it's set to Classic it works like the M9.
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Actually, I should qualify that...

If the metering mode is set to Advanced on the M240, there is no metering problem. If it's set to Classic it works like the M9.
thanks!
this and the previous post, are just the info I was looking for
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Old 10-27-2015   #1171
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I gave up my beloved 50cron for the 21SA...
Just did the same, found a nice one locally at a good price with the finder. Unfortunately the 50 cron $ will be spent on xmas holidays to the beach, so my SA will have to be acquired in payments. Good things come to those who wait..?
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Old 11-02-2015   #1172
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20141202-M2-21SA-400TX-HC110B-27 copy by Days of My Ordinary Life (Vincent), on Flickr

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I really love this lens. One of the wisest unwise decisions I've made.

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Yes, same here. One of the few Leica lenses that I really like.
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Old 11-25-2015   #1177
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20141203-M2-21SA-400TX-D76-13 copy by Days of My Ordinary Life (Vincent), on FlickrWeaving silk textiles

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Not only a wonderful shot, but three different illumination technologies in one scene!
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Not only a wonderful shot, but three different illumination technologies in one scene!
Thank you! This was a hope over experience shot. The interior of the factory is quite dim. I think this was at 1/8 or 1/15 wide open.
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A group of kids enjoying the hectic May-Day street below their Kreuzberg balcony.
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Old 12-30-2015   #1182
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SA21 with the M8.2 here:

Snowy MB by Joan, on Flickr

Floman and Soochy by Joan, on Flickr

Soochy the Hamster by Joan, on Flickr

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Taken during Christmas in New York on Fifth Ave, in front of Bergdorf Goodman.

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From my first batch of films with the SA. Noosa NP in QLD over Xmas. Still getting used to it, but so far very fun.

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lots of joy there Michael. Glad you are getting to see the results after a longer than usual wait for you.
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A good one with the SA21. It seems like you were the official photographer of Catch 22, the movie production
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