Old 10-10-2017   #81
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What came out from an old ltm 3.5 and an expired Superia 400, I love this pastel colors

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I really like the second image of the old factory. It is typical of he way this lens renders. As I said below I have one which I am using again and finding it works nicely on my M8 in color like your images but especially in black and white which I am trying again. The tones rendered by this lens are often sooth and buttery which some people, raised on a diet of modern lenses, may not like but I think are sumptuous and quite typical of some early lenses and the way they render in color as seen in old magazines etc. Well done and enjoy this baby.
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Old 10-11-2017   #82
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I had an m2 version for a while. It had a touch of haze that a cleaning didn’t take away. Wide open it was very low contrast but gave an interesting look. I’d love to try a clean one some day. Currently have the color skopar and a schneider xenogon in ltm for my 35 needs. And a 40mm minolta.
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Old 01-16-2018   #83
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Here's one color shot on Kodak Ektar:


Mine was pretty hazy when I got it. Definitely affected color and contrast.
Love this shot.
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Old 10-31-2018   #84
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Just bagged a 1953 ltm 3.5 version of this lens cannot wait for it to arrive
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Old 10-31-2018   #85
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From the LTM version, 1952 vintage.


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Old 10-31-2018   #86
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Another one, from the same 1952 LTM Summaron 35mm. Love it.


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Old 03-23-2019   #87
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Some infrared photography with LTM Summaron 3.5. Efke Aura 820

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Old 03-24-2019   #88
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Pretty good corner to corner sharpness @f11..

Just took these happy snaps..haven't used the lens in awhile..




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Old 03-28-2019   #89
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a lot of surprises from this lens


M5 + Summaron 35/3.5

M version.

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LTM version.

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Old 03-28-2019   #90
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Ltm M-adapted on M-D 262. Lovely little lens.

Haven’t yet scanned or developed all the Acros recently shot with it on the M7 and Hexar.
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Old 03-28-2019   #91
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Some infrared photography with LTM Summaron 3.5. Efke Aura 820

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Looks a little awkward on the Z7

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Old 03-28-2019   #93
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M3 DS with goggled Summaron 35 3.5, Fuji C200

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Old 03-28-2019   #94
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Görlitz Cathedral from Zgorzelec (Poland) by Toreno, on Flickr

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Old 03-28-2019   #95
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I love this little lens...

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Old 06-05-2019   #96
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Some infrared photography with LTM Summaron 3.5. Efke Aura 820

*** by Gediminas Bernotas, on Flickr

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What do you use for the IR focus point? I know my early LTM doesn’t have an actual IR indication.
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