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Old 07-08-2015   #1241
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Old 07-09-2015   #1242
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Old 09-03-2015   #1243
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Old 09-04-2015   #1244
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My, there's a lot of barrel distortion on that brick wall shot

Great composition.
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Old 09-04-2015   #1245
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Old 09-05-2015   #1246
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Old 09-05-2015   #1247
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Old 09-05-2015   #1248
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Old 09-24-2015   #1249
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Old 11-10-2015   #1250
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You're doing great with the Neopan 400 !
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Old 12-13-2015   #1251
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Great work, Giulio.
What is the serial number of your 35 pre asph infinity lock v2? Mine is 2221365.

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Old 12-13-2015   #1252
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Thanks Erik.
Is still the one I got from Maitani about 2 years ago and that I sent over to wil van manen for an overall cla.
serial # 2347948
this is my special 35, the other are my beloved summaron 35 2.8 and a cron asph.
side note, last year new old camera in milan was selling the 2347947, always interesting to see such old lenses showing up with sequence serial numbers.
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Mine is 2167545...it must be on the cross over from v1 to v2?
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Mine is 2167545...it must be on the cross over from v1 to v2?
I have seen 2167141 wich is v1 (with goggles). In my definition a v1 will accept the OLLUX-shade. I have seen 2167173 wich is a v2, also with goggles.

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Old 12-14-2015   #1255
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Thanks Erik.
Is still the one I got from Maitani about 2 years ago and that I sent over to wil van manen for an overall cla.
serial # 2347948
this is my special 35, the other are my beloved summaron 35 2.8 and a cron asph.
side note, last year new old camera in milan was selling the 2347947, always interesting to see such old lenses showing up with sequence serial numbers.
great to see that infinity lock v2 still gets used, I should never sold this lens (as many before) but it's wonderful to see the photography with it :-)
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Old 12-14-2015   #1258
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I have seen 2167141 wich is v1 (with goggles). In my definition v1 accepts the OLLUX-shade. I have seen 2167173 wich is v2, also with goggles.

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Mine is 2222048 - I am waiting for some very light grease from Japan to fix this one and will surely give it some use after wards.
I love the infinity lock version.
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I have seen 2167141 wich is v1 (with goggles). In my definition v1 accepts the OLLUX-shade. I have seen 2167173 wich is v2, also with goggles.

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Thanks, Eric. Mine is the M2 version.
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Mine is 2222048 - I am waiting for some very light grease from Japan to fix this one and will surely give it some use after wards.
I love the infinity lock version.
I would love to see your results from the 2222048. My 2221365 performs very weird at the larger apertures.

My 2060691 performs very well, completely different from the 2221365.

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Old 12-15-2015   #1261
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Giulio, I love your scanning technique. What scanner do you use? Your pictures have a very nice tonality and sharpness, almost like old fashioned baryta-silver prints.

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Old 12-15-2015   #1262
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Erik, I think you are asking the wrong guy as I do not have a technique and actually I could only learn from you.
We are using the same scanner (epson v600) as i remember a thread were you were sharing your workflow.
In my case I just use the cheap plastic negative carrier.
Scan the full frame including the black borders and open it with adobe elements were I only adjust the level if necessary.
No more, no less...I am really not a tech person, sorry.
If you have a look at my flickr stream you will see my "work" is not as homogeneous as yours.
Thanks for your comment and if you have any tip for me I'm all ears!
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We are using the same scanner (epson v600) as i remember a thread were you were sharing your workflow.
In my case I just use the cheap plastic negative carrier.
I didn't know you are using the same scanner, but now I know it, I can see it.

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Old 12-19-2015   #1264
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Old 12-22-2015   #1265
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I would love to see your results from the 2222048. My 2221365 performs very weird at the larger apertures.

My 2060691 performs very well, completely different from the 2221365.

Erik.
Erik, unfortunately my sample with infinity lock did not get out much (I mostly use my favorite 35mm, a 35/2 UC-Hexanon) - here is a few test shots wide open from a few years ago with the 35 Summilux infinity lock SN 2222048:

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@ Giulio - I really like the first shot through the luminaire ;-)
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Erik, unfortunately my sample with infinity lock did not get out much (I mostly use my favorite 35mm, a 35/2 UC-Hexanon) - here is a few test shots wide open from a few years ago with the 35 Summilux infinity lock SN 2222048:
Thank you very much, Dirk, great pictures. Maybe my lens needs some attention of a specialist.

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Thank you very much, Dirk, great pictures. Maybe my lens needs some attention of a specialist.

Erik.
Thank you Erik for the compliment. What optical issue exactly do you see with your lens may I ask?

I have to comment that I did not draw any conclusions from my sample (I do like it very much and somehow prefer it a little over the regular later v2 sample I have).
I feel that the contrast is definitely different between the two (lower, more gentle contrast on the infinity lock version) but didn't commence formal scientific tests (I rarely do).
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Thank you Erik for the compliment. What optical issue exactly do you see with your lens may I ask?
The problem I have is the strange behaviour of the zone of sharpness. This shot is @ f/2.8. The outer zones of the picture are fare more out of focus than they should. I focused on the boy. The zone of sharpness is curved rather then straight. My v1 does not have this behaviour (and is much sharper).

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35mm pre-asph 'lux (Canadian) shot:



I no longer have the lens, I have owned two of them over the years. I now use a Summaron 2.8 for street work as I live in a very bright and sunny place and honestly, when stopped down, I like the Summaron as much as the lux. It's also only around a third of the price where I live!

I miss it for lower light sometimes though, might own it again someday.
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I love the composition on this one.
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Erik, nice too see some new shots of your V1. Nice framing as usual.
Looking forward to some more.
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Thank you, Giulio and d_b.

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Love the texture and light of the floor, great shot.
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Trying another one: 1777220.
Hi Erik, do you mean you got a second V1 or is it the one you have already?
I remember your v1 beeing really sharp already at f1.4.
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