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Subject: Re: [Leica] Noctilux and Landscape Photography
From: "Mark Pope" <>
Date: Mon, 2 Dec 2002 07:31:54 -0000
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Have a look at Graham Battison's site - it's choc a bloc
with fine colour landscapes taken with a noctilux.


Mark Pope
Swindon Wilts, UK
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From: "Robert Rose" <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, December 02, 2002 6:14 AM
Subject: [Leica] Noctilux and Landscape Photography

> Here is something I don't ever recall being discussed before.  It is a
> quote from the Noctilux-M instruction booklet:
> "It is also a suitable lens for landscape photographs, where minute
> details have to be sharply reproduced."
> "A special type of glass with a high refraction index especially
> developed by Leica for the NOCTILUX ensures warmer colour reproduction.
> This reduces the (often troublesome) blue cast caused by haze on distant
> subjects in landscape photography."
> I suppose I will try this out, but I never thought of the Noctilux for
> this use.
> Anyone else ever try it for landscapes?  Under a moon at midnight
> maybe? :-)
> Bob Rose
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