Old 10-26-2019   #121
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M2, 5cm Summicron Collapsible and Portra400


Really Love this... Beautiful rendering & color palate
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Old 10-27-2019   #122
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Dear Ccoppala82 ~ Chris

I was Wondering
How the collapsible does on your M240

Would love to see some photos please ... Thanks in Advance
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Dear Ccoppala82 ~ Chris

I was Wondering
How the collapsible does on your M240

Would love to see some photos please ... Thanks in Advance
Hello Helen,
I haven't used it digitally much, but am taking the kids to the pumpkin farm today. Would you like color or BW?
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Old 10-27-2019   #124
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Some Images from the Collapsible Cron on the MP240. These are all shot between ISO 800-3200. It was super overcast, so perfect for color photos.
Keep in mind, my copy is EXCEPTIONALLY CLEAN, so I am not sure how a hazed or scratched sample might handle color
Processing of color was a preset I use for my base M240 images
BW is the Leica JPG medium high contrast/Yellow filter


Red Apples by Chris Coppola, on Flickr
yellow apples by Chris Coppola, on Flickr
Honey Straws by Chris Coppola, on FlickrPumpkin Pull by Chris Coppola, on Flickr
Pumpkin picking 1 by Chris Coppola, on Flickr
Got it by Chris Coppola, on Flickr
A boy and his pumpkin by Chris Coppola, on Flickr
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This is basically the first photo I made with the collapsible Summicron 5cm that I recently got from a fellow member. It's also the first photo I made with some film that was given to me another fellow member.



Untitled by Colton Allen, on Flickr
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Untitled by Colton Allen, on Flickr
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M2, 5cm Summicron Collapsible and HP5+

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M2, 5cm Summicron Collapsible and HP5+ (yellow filter)

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Collapsible ‘cron on an M8
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