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View Poll Results: Which FL' do you NOT have?
I have ALL of these focal lengths. 13 2.09%
15mm 472 75.76%
18mm 551 88.44%
21mm 372 59.71%
24/25mm 447 71.75%
28mm 305 48.96%
35mm 95 15.25%
40mm 425 68.22%
50mm 53 8.51%
75mm 451 72.39%
85/90mm 236 37.88%
105/135mm 393 63.08%
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Old 08-11-2017   #121
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Canon 35 f/2 LTM
Voigtlander Color Skopar 28mm F/3.5 (what an amazing lens, so well built and small!)
Zeiss Sonnar 50mm F/1.5

I don't shoot much wide, so I think I am good on lenses for a while. If I were to add a lens, I suppose it would be a Zeiss 21mm
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Old 08-12-2017   #122
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i've trimmed down. i like to only have gear i use. the cv 28 3.5 is a wonder...but i just don't see things in 28. I have a 21 (cv) with leica finder; a 35 summaron 2.8 (beautiful brass build no goggles), a 35 tessar miyazaki(from a donor yashica), & a 50 2.5 cv. one of these days the 28,75, 90,135 framelines will get masked in my MP.
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Old 09-17-2017   #123
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Isn't the better question "what focal lengths do I not have that I NEED"? After spending a last career for a decade as a newspaper photographer for a small weekly, I decided to get rid of all my Nikon gear in retirement. I wanted something light that I could and would carry everywhere. I started with the Fuji X100S, added an X-E1 and 1,4/35mm, and then decided to go with JUST the X100S. I feel much happier carrying around the leaf shutter X100S with its self-contained 3-stop ND filter that allows me to shoot wide open whenever and where ever I want. I added the two conversion lenses and have am now using only the X100S with the TCL as my "poor man's Monochrom and Summicron"! It is forcing me to slow down and really concentrate on my images again. I have found I got lazy while working with the paper and having all the zooms and primes necessary to do the daily tasks. Now I only shoot what I want to shoot and hope for the best!
Yashica Electro35 GS, Fujifilm X100S, TCL-X100, WCL-X100, sold everything else!
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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #124
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The only focal length that I have is 50mm, and I have 3 of them.
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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #125
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would love to try an ultra wide
Currently loaded: Leica IIIg, IIIc 'stepper', Voigtlander Bessa R, Rollei35, Minox 35ML.
Current digital: Fuji X100, XE-1, X Pro-1.
Current favorite glass: CV Nokton 50mm 1.5, Fuji x 35mm 1.4, Nikkor 50/2.
Current analog SLR: Nikon F Ftn, Pentax MX, Minolta XE-1.


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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #126
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Having thought I was through with RF lenses I recently added a CV15mm. I'd probably have preferred 18mm but the Zeiss option is simply too dear.

Now I have

LTM 15,25 ,35, 45 , 50 and 105
M mount : 25,35, 50 & 90

The 90 and 105 are used rarely.
The above are used on M2, CL and Leotax F
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