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Subject: RE: [Leica] Re: 90 Elmarit Experiences?
From: "Felix Erazo" <>
Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2002 09:36:18 -0400

Heelo Chris, I took a look at your website and I like your B&W images. I
liked the images that showed a lot of contrast and shades. Lets see some

Felix Erazo

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[] On Behalf Of Christer
Sent: Monday, September 02, 2002 3:36 AM
Subject: [Leica] Re: 90 Elmarit Experiences?


>, my Tele-Elmarit is the best
>portrait lens I've ever used.
>Gary Todoroff
>Tree LUGger

I can second that 100%. I have had one for a few years and I now have 
a f/2.0 APO-ASPH 90 mm.
The Tele-Elmarit is much lighter, much smaller and (used) much, much 
cheaper (in the positive sense of the word) than the APO-ASPH.  It 
also has a much, much better sun shade. The one stop lost in 
comparison with the 2.0 is of no relevance for portraits as shooting 
at less than f/5.6 gives a too shallow depth of field for most 
practical purposes.

There are other occasions (theatre) where the APO-ASPH may have 
advantages, but not for portraits.

All of the portraits shown at were shot 
with the Tele-Elmarit. the one shown at are shot with APO_ASPH

>>  looking for general experiences with the 90 elmarit for portraiture.
>>  Like - dislikes?
>  >
>  > Eric

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Christer Almqvist
D 20255 Hamburg and / or
F 50590 Regnéville sur Mer

please look at my b+w pictures at:
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