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The Leica Summilux-M 35mm f/1.4 ASPH is a wide-angle lens for FF and APS-C, manufactured from 2010. The focus is done by Manual Focus, it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 5000 €;
17 users have given it an average vote of 9.8 out of 10.
This lens is available with the following mounts:
Leica M: this lens is compatible with mirrorless (rangefinder) Leica M.
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Opinion:I have the pre FLE version that I use on film and MP 240, I find it with an amazing optical quality, a rendering of colors and a strong blurring, but always readable with a remarkable scan of the planes. At TA it has a little vignette, but very pleasant and that contributes to the creation of the image, in my opinion of course. In fact, in my opinion it helps to focus the attention on the center where (typically) is the main subject isolating everything else. The best of it is given in low light conditions (for example in churches, mechanical workshops, in situations of atmosphere such as candle lights, etc.). Flare, coma, etc virtually absent already at TA making it perfectly usable
Opinion:I am a lucky owner of a Summilux of the first series, the one called Aspherical, with two aspheric lenses. I bought it by accident: at the time they were producing that. I think it's still the No.1 among all the lenses, just cleaned and overhauled in Wetzlar I compared it, in the studio, to the recent APO - Summicron 50 and, in my opinion, came out winning: definitely sharper. That said... He has been accompanying me for about 30 years in reports from all over the world, he has gone from film to digital without signs of aging and I hope he still has many stories to tell!
Opinion:I have the FLE version; The point of arrival, the better of him there is none. Sharp, handsome, compact, with a rendition of the Blur that gives an extraordinary sensation of three-dimensionality. However it has its nei; Being the first of the class involves some compromise: not very close focus, delicacy of the system with floating lenses (avoid shocks, pain complicated interventions in assistance), very protruding back lens (caution when grafting The lens), cap cover hood simply obscene. The price? Only €5,025.00! But it is still worth it (if the wife does not ask for a divorce).
Pros:Three-dimensional, zero distortion, zero aberrations, sharpness throughout the frame, colors, rugged
Opinion:Optically speaking is perfect, from the first class. Capable of giving a unique feel to your photos when used in TA.rnRispetto the Pre-FLE version, this latest version has superior performance, and in architecture does not flatten the tridimensionalità.rnLa vignetting present at f1.4 and f2 is really pleasing as it is able to isolate the subject. Leica M-coded 6bit vignetting is contained during shooting because of the software developed to hoc.rnrnIl 35 FLE is a newly developed optical, for floating element created to compensate for the limitations of the rangefinder on a digital too esigente.rnrnL 'optic when used on Sony A7x goes lily at the edges, and the floating element can be a problem because when used with adapters type the Techart Pro will preclude its qualità.rnSu Sony A7x with change Kolari Vision optics to the edges makes perfectly as Leica M digitale.rnrnPersonalmente I had for 6 years Summilux 35 Pre-Asph Canada, an optical full of optical defects, but able to give a unique emotion that sol optical leica era damage. Later I replaced my old pre-Lux asph with 35 FLE, but the weight, bulk and too much perfection made me love full of this, today venduta.rnrnPersonalmente through stop aperture advice to aim for 35 cron, maybe the latest version to 11 blades, where the yield, weights and dimensions are perfect in the telemetry system.
Pros:Security, I FLE version, perfect as usual Leica. Absolute sharpness, blurred by fear, slow to use at full aperture. Used both on Leica M (typ 240) which is now on the Leica M9.
Opinion:I bought this lens after you have had for a while 'time the Summicron lens 8 (fantastic on M9). It was a choice dictated more by the possibility of having a lens to use and always say always, night and day both on Leica M9 and later. The vignetting that presents to TA is often a must and in any case is not a problem in the process of PP. It loses some 'charm Summicron f / 8 lens 2 but I do not regret moving to this 35mm.
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