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  1. #11

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    Clay,

    I would agree... my 'hit-rate' with the M5 and Nokton 35/1.2 is better than the Nikon FM2 with the Nikkor 35mm f1.4.
    P. Lynn Miller
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    And I have one of those Flickr thingy's...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleath View Post
    My thought progression went like this:
    "OH MY GOD I WANT ONE"
    "...why?"
    "maybe when the exchange rate is a bit better"



    Exactly the same feeling here!

    Good to see Voigtlander taking the advice from its users. A year ago or so there was a thread on the rangefinder forum about what folks would like Voigtlander do next lenswise.

    The overwhelming majority asked for a kickass-wide 50mm.
    I reckon this was the result. Couldn't have been better!
    Cheers
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    Any MTF graphs for the lens. Will be interesting to see how it compares to other fast RF lens: Leica f1.0, f0.95, the old f1.2 and the Konica f1.2.

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    This looks like it would be fun to use.
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    From the pictures I've seen on Flickr it looks to me that the 1.2 Noc beats it out, albeit 50 v 35mm.

    I also don't think very much of the DOF of this lens, again, from what I've seen. I'm planning on purchasing the 1.2 this week and this 1.1 is not even a consideration, even if they were the same price.
    That may be unfair, but as far as the images, on a M8, not scanned, not close.

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    I cannot wait. Are there any other ways to get it in the US, other than from Gandy? I've had bad experiences with him in the past.

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrlowlight View Post
    I cannot wait. Are there any other ways to get it in the US, other than from Gandy? I've had bad experiences with him in the past.

    Bill
    Photo Village in New York is the only other factory authorized Cosina Voigtlander dealer in the USA. They'll likely sell the 1.1
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