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Old 03-08-2019   #1
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Post CL/TL/ L mount images here

Surely there are enough RFF users of CL, TL, T cameras mounting L lenses and adapted lenses to produce a trickle if not a flood of images made with these combinations.

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T & 23/2 Summicron




T & 18-56 Vario Elmar
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Before acquiring the 23/2 and the 18-56 TL lenses, I was perfectly happy to mount small M lenses on the T. I mostly shoot M/manual mode in any camera anyway.



Mimi in Mendocino, T & CV 15/4.5







Long Island City, T & CV 35/1.4




Eugene, Oregon T & ZM 35/2




Jenny Scheinman, Blue Lake California, T & 90/4 C-Elmar
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Leica T... VM Noktob 50 1.5

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The above photos were shot without external VF


Wonderful photos Robert ! My favorites are the deli arched figure & Child of wonder shot
really Love the rendering/ sensor / files of the T


I have never used the visoflex 020...
re: manual focus / Can one see the focus in the EVF as You are focusing with lens ??
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Helen! I’m looking after Miss T until you get a Visoflex and experience the greater focus control from live view, especially for fast 50s or 35s in crop mode.

Being able to use the CV 35/1.4 as a (cheap, compact) Summilux is great for me. I’m measuring the T/23 Summicron against the RX1 and (your ex-) X100s as a go-to compact. Being able to tilt/detach EVFs is a real asset in how I frame things.

You did great with screen-only focus, especially the portrait of your partner. The T screen really has no digital equal. But you might enjoy the CL’s integrated body/VF more than the T.
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Have a look at L-MountImages.com

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Here is the 35ZM on the S1R

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