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Interesting: some of the images are super sharp; others, not so much.
Most possibly others camera, exposure, development and scanning technique. Not the lens.

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Interesting: some of the images are super sharp; others, not so much.
it's sharp. i tested mine against a couple 35mm primes that are known to be "sharp", and it was the sharpest.

it was ahead of its time when it was released, as many 60s Leica optics are known to be.
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Brighton Beach Jetty
Leica M2, Leitz Summaron 35/2.8, Adox CMS 20ii, Rodinal 1:200, 20 mins @ ISO 6


A day at the Adelaide Zoo
Leica M2, Leitz Summaron 35/2.8, Adox CMS 20ii, Rodinal 1:200, 20 mins @ ISO 6


I've had 4 of these Summarons, and found that the one with slightly more contrast is the one with purple/blue
coatings compared to amber/purple coatings. Not much, but there is a difference.

This lens is sharp.
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Love this family portrait Jose!
I am considering some slower iso film for the summer but i am so used to trix that chaning it will be difficult for me.
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Well, I love Tri-X, but the green sensitivity on this Adox CMS 20ii has really won me over. I have 1 more roll to expose, and would like to buy more soon. With this film I don't need to use a green filter - great!

The T. Rex is after us!
Leica M2, Leitz Summaron 35/2.8, Adox CMS 20ii, Rodinal 1:200, 20 mins @ ISO 6


The BIG sandpit
Leica M2, Leitz Summaron 35/2.8, Adox CMS 20ii, Rodinal 1:200, 20 mins @ ISO 6


Adelaide Botanic Gardens
Leica M2, Leitz Summaron 35/2.8, Adox CMS 20ii, Rodinal 1:200, 20 mins @ ISO 6
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