Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2001/09/21

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Noctilux
From: Mark Rabiner <mark@rabiner.cncoffice.com>
Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2001 18:16:56 -0700
References: <1120AB2026ABD211A82600A024B971370C436C@einstein.morton.org.uk>

Having Neopan 1600 in my camera with the Noctilux makes you ready for anything
Except on a sunny day; on the sunny side of the street.
So a little neutral density would seem to be the thing.
Which if i had my way might as well be green, why not? More fun then grey! A 61
3 and 1/3rd stop green!
Well anyway putting glass in front of your Noctilux is some kind of abomination
against the anti-Fstop.
Mines the latest with the 60mm and built in hood.
Anyone ever try this? put a filter on the front? Vignetting? A repeating
kaleidoscopic effect? A peak into the 5th dimension? all or none of the above?


Mark Rabiner

Portland, Oregon
USA

http://www.rabiner.cncoffice.com/

noctiluca (nk1t-l2k) n.
Any of various bioluminescent dinoflagellates of the genus Noctiluca that when
grouped in large numbers make the sea phosphorescent. [New Latin Noctiluca,
genus name, from Latin noctiluca, lantern, moon : nocti-, nocti- + lucTre, to
shine; see leuk- below.]
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