Old 12-01-2018   #1641
Erik van Straten
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Hi John, I think you have a problem with the goggles. In the small, round window on the left, seen from front, there is a prism. I think this prism is out of position. The position of this prism can be adjusted by tiny screws. These are located in tiny holes in the black crinckle painted frame and are usually covered with black wax. BUT: to readjust the position of this prism is not a DIY-job. Most probably the prism is completely loose. The best thing you can do is contact a repairman - DAG for instance - and ask if he can fix it.

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Old 12-01-2018   #1642
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Thank you so much Erik! I will do this.
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Old 03-14-2019   #1643
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This is my first post on this resource and the first frame on my wonderful lens Summilux 35 pre-asph (II)
Tri-X ISO400, Ilfosol3, 1+14, 20C, 12min


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Old 04-18-2019   #1644
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with M9.

Maybe not the sharpest and it doesn‘t give much 3D feeling but the lens helps making the pictures look dreamy wide open and friendly when stopped down.
Actually I find the sharpness perfect wide open, it gives its character.
Even if I could wish a bit more crisp above F2.8 like a Summicron.
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Old 5 Days Ago   #1645
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201905-02-M4BP-ACROS100-400-35LUX-35CV-019copy by Gabor Samjeske, on Flickr
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