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filmfan 10-30-2010 13:35

Leica Summicron 35mm f/2: POST your photos
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jcrutcher 10-30-2010 13:55

Version IV. Shot with M9. Aperture f9.5, 1/1000, 200 IS0. Handheld

Last week at Balboa Island California

Rogrund 10-30-2010 14:09


Steven Dooley 10-30-2010 14:34

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Summicron v2

jcrutcher 10-30-2010 14:50

the chair is awesome, good job with the light. Is this film and if so what brand and what did you shot it at? Also did you scan or a lab scan.


Originally Posted by Rogrund (Post 1457059)

photogdave 10-30-2010 15:20

V.IV @ f/2

mfogiel 10-30-2010 22:33

V 3, very nice bokeh

I had some vignetting issues, before I found the correct lens shade

this one wide open

Rogrund 10-30-2010 22:57


Originally Posted by jcrutcher (Post 1457103)
the chair is awesome, good job with the light. Is this film and if so what brand and what did you shot it at? Also did you scan or a lab scan.

Thanks! The film was Fuji Superia 200 at box speed. The scan is straight from the local 24h lab.

Charles Binns 10-30-2010 23:45

35mm Screw Thread Asph Summicron
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Taken with my screw thread 35mm f2 Summicron - Asph, made originally in 2000 in limited numbers for the Japanese 'Barnack' market. I bought it so that it can be used on both my M6 and my IIIg :).

It only focuses down to 1 metre v a standard bayonet lens that goes down to .75 of a metre - life is full of compromises.

MichaelW 10-31-2010 02:02

v 4, f/4 Neopan 1600

Timo 10-31-2010 05:41

Hello, i have a type 2 and i did some comparison shots with a summilux ASPH, the link is here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/timo70/...7624717398614/
And i also took it on my trip to Chili and Bolivia, here are some pictures i made over there: http://www.flickr.com/photos/timo70/...7625279388706/


mooge 10-31-2010 07:18

I got to borrow a summicron 35 v4 once, along with a M4-P. I actually wanted to borrow a 50mm (the owner didn't have one). Now, a year later, I have an M2 and a 50mm and I want a 35... go figure...

oh rats... by rokka~!, on Flickr

filmfan 10-31-2010 07:26

Very nice photos.

varjag 10-31-2010 14:03

Randers by varjagg, on Flickr

Shac 10-31-2010 14:28

35 IV on M6

lawrence 11-02-2010 15:03

M7, 35mm ASPH, Portra 400NC.

seakayaker1 11-02-2010 15:50


Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH. @ f/2.8


Summicron - M Aspherical 35mm f/2 @ f2.8

Flat Twin 11-05-2010 13:15

Tiny Hotel Room... Paris 2010
35mm F2.0 v1 eight element Summicron

ChrisN 11-05-2010 13:59

ASPH at f/2. Still one of my favourites made with this lens:

Experts confer by Another Chris, on Flickr

jcrutcher 11-05-2010 16:12

M9, summicron 35mm IV @ F4

hamustar 11-05-2010 18:32

with M8.2 through a Hoya R72 filter

photogdave 11-09-2010 15:51

varjag 11-09-2010 22:20

Alfred Nobel Hotel by varjagg, on Flickr

Mister E 11-09-2010 22:52

Man, I love that shot varjag.

varjag 11-09-2010 23:53

Thanks Mister E!

jcrutcher 11-11-2010 12:05

35mm Summicron IV, M9




varjag 11-11-2010 12:09

Lille Lungegårdsvann by varjagg, on Flickr

varjag 11-11-2010 22:44

Guanghua market by varjagg, on Flickr

papasnap 11-11-2010 23:04

all taken on 35mm summicron asph, provia 400x +2 stops, leica m6 ttl 0.58x

I do miss this lens - late one night I left mine in a taxi, attached to an m6 ttl alas. I'm currently trying out a zeiss 35mm f2 biogon too, which is another lovely lens. still the 35mm f1.2 nokton is the best damn lens I've ever used!

luuca 11-12-2010 00:41

summicron 35 v4 @f2

Roninman 11-12-2010 14:04


filmfan 11-12-2010 20:28


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Originally Posted by luuca (Post 1467315)
summicron 35 v4 @f2

Nigel Meaby 11-12-2010 22:32

varjag 11-13-2010 07:57

Randers by varjagg, on Flickr

Rogrund 11-13-2010 08:01

v3, Tri-X

jcrutcher 11-13-2010 08:18


Originally Posted by Rogrund (Post 1468091)
v3, Tri-X

Very nice!

gcsk76 11-13-2010 10:59


Originally Posted by varjag (Post 1467287)
gcsk76, nice boxing series

Thanks Eugene.

ashrafazlan 11-13-2010 12:06

35 Cron Asph shot with FP4. I've always felt that the cron was too contrasty and harsh for film like FP4 and Tri-X, thankfully diafine helps smooth things out.

Rogrund 11-13-2010 13:02


Originally Posted by jcrutcher (Post 1468095)
Very nice!

Thanks! :)

jcrutcher 11-17-2010 17:43

M9 version iv 35 cron iso80 f8.0
http://url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/rootbeer2004/5186278076/] photo.jpg by rootbeer2004, on Flickr[/url]

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