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Old 04-01-2019   #121
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Leica M2 + ZM Biogon 35/2, Ilford FP4 @250 Expired 2008, Tmax Dev 1+4


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Old 04-02-2019   #122
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I see definite "3D pop" in this shot, as well as most others shots by Yokosuka Mike! I know it's partly due to mike's composition, placing the "popped" subject very close to the camera; but when 3D pop happens, it seems the lens was most likely a 35mm Biogon! Sometimes it's a c Biogon, and sometimes the f/2!
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Old 04-02-2019   #123
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Here's one;
Argentina_Rio Blanco_001 , on Flickr

Rio Blanco. Patagonia, Argentina.
Leica M4, 35/2 Biogon ZM at f/8.

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Old 05-30-2019   #124
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Leica M2. ZM 35mm F/2 Biogon.

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Beautiful tonal range... Lovely shot Toreno
the Biogon is Magic
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Beautiful tonal range... Lovely shot Toreno
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Yes, the Biogon 35/2 is a fantastic lens.
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The ƒ/2 Biogon is optimized for ƒ/2.8 and some veiling flare & focus shift present wide-open. My personal preference is for the 35 C Biogon, the sharpest and most flare-resistant 35 out there, aside from the Distagon. I prefer it to all newer Leica 35's.
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