Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/10/08

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Subject: [Leica] 75mm 1.4 - Any pics?
From: mark at (Mark Rabiner)
Date: Fri Oct 8 17:25:27 2004

On 10/8/04 3:38 AM, "Didier Ludwig" <> typed:

> Rei,
> The 75mm is a Summilux, not a Noctilux.
> I have this fast lens not only for available light photography in dark
> situations, but for having a lot of bokeh at daylight too, and I don't
> think I'm strange because of that. I do not agree that this lens should be
> used with dark backgrounds only - what a silly limitation!
> And I dont believe the Summilux is usually vignetting.
> Summilux 1.4/75mm wide open at daylight:
> - does anyone see vignetting here?
> Didier
Once again Rei comes to the aid of the cause of super high speed Leica
optics like no one else ever has.

These appear to be in some need of unsharpening.
As they are a little unsharp. Part of the scanning not shooting process.

And two unsharps make a sharp.

Mark Rabiner
Portland Oregon

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