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  • Voigtänder v 50mm F1.1 on X-Pro-1
    lens I cecked it out Voigtländer is an japaneese company today Until summer 2000 I used the Leica R6 my favorite camera in many years Digital cameras took over 35mm films was more and more difficult to obtain and I lived in the high arctic and it was difficult to send and develop analog films I used digital cameras from 1999 but didn t bother to start off with a

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  • Fujinon 14mm F2.8 on X-Pro-1
    happy with old maual focus Leica lenses M and R bajonett and I m very satisfied with the Metabone Speedbooster I thought about the Elmarit R 2 8 19mm 2 Ver This lens is very hard to find out there I found one for 2100 Euro Well the Fujilens is much cheaper and I guess technical better I agree in all points in the reviews in the left One important

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  • Camara case for the X-Pro-1
    with the Fuji leather case Fuji Case Before I could use the Fuji case that is made for the 35mm prime lens I had to modify it for my 18 55mm X lens and for the Voigtländer 50mm 1 1 I used it for some month and it worked well but is was ugly So I decieded to clip it up and use the modifed orignal as a template to

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  • Leica Elmarit-R 1:2.8 / 135mm on X-Pro-1
    Nice for a 135mm Conclusion I like this lens even if it s not beating the famous Leica M Elmar 135mm 1 4 The Elmar M is may be sharper and is more lightweight Ok it has 2 aperature steps less but who cares in summertime But the big point is that the Elmar M 135 with M X adapter gives you a 200mm lens The Elmarit R 135mm together

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  • Leica Elmar 135mm F4 on X-Pro-1
    was born made it even more exciting To use the lens on the Fuji I need a Leica M X mount adapter that I bought a month earlier Until summer 2000 I used the Leica R6 my favorite camera in many years Digital cameras took over 35mm films was more and more difficult to obtain and I lived in the high arctic and it was difficult to send and develop analog films I used digital cameras from 1999 but didn t bother to start off with a new system camera until december 2012 The Fuji X Pro 1 gave med the same opportunity to control the camera as the R6 Conclusion so far Tests or reviews on the net are hard to find Ken Rockwell s may be the only one After testing the lens for a year now I must say I really like this lens Together with the X mount adapter the 135mm lens gives approx 200mm FF focal length on the Fuji LEICA s catalogs of the 1960 s said this is one of the sharpest lenses ever created and it is It s ultra sharp even at f 4 Since I m living in a part

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  • Fujinon 18-55mm F2.8-4.0 on X-Pro-1
    35mm films was more and more difficult to obtain and I lived in the high arctic and it was difficult to send and develop analog films I used digital cameras from 1999 but didn t bother to start off with a new system camera until december 2012 The Fuji X Pro 1 gave me the same opportunity to control the camera as the R6 Conclusion so far The Fujinon XF 18 55mm F2 8 4 R LM OIS is intended to be my allround lens on the Fuji It actually tok some time for me to like this lens There are a lot of reviews and tests out there and yes this lens is well buildt sharp okay autofocus etc My point is that this lens has little soul It s a nice piece of Japanese hightech I m not talking about technical tests they are nearby perfect for this lens it s about colours and how to create a picture and in my opinion this lens is missing the unperfect glory that only oldfashion manual lenses have Personl I like the colours from the Leica lenses better than the more clearly crispy and more realistic Fujinon colours this lens

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  • Comparison: Fuji XF 56mm f1.2 - Voigtländer Nokton 50mm f1.1 - Leica R 80mm f1.4
    with one step here from f1 4 to f 1 2 which gives the same aperature as the Fuji 56mm Converted to full format these to lenses have almost the same focal length Fuji 84mm f1 2 FF and Leica 80mm f1 2 FF Nevertheless the Leica samples are at the nominal lens aperatures in the table below The f1 2 row in the table for the Voigtländer sample is at the max aperature f 1 1 and not 1 2 as for the to other lenses Fuij XF 56mm 84mm Voigtländer Nokton 50mm 75mm Leica R summilux 80mm 80mm f 1 2 f1 1 N A se comment f 1 4 f 2 0 f 2 8 f 4 0 f 8 0 Bokeh Test Conclusion bokeh Well This has to be personal You have to make your own conclusion My conclusion I like the Leica Summlux bokeh best The second best is Fuji XF 56mm and last the Nokton The Leica gives softer rings with a more uniform intensity The Fuij has slitly more ciclelike spots than the two others Comments bokeh test All three lenses was focused on ca 1 5m The Voigtländer Nokton series is a bit darker due to night sky shorter focallength and selected camera metering The Speedbooster increases the aperature for the Summilux so the pictures should maybe be lifted one step up but I chose to plot them according to the nominal lens aperature Fuij XF 56mm 84mm Voigtländer Nokton 50mm 75mm Leica R summilux 80mm 80mm f 1 2 f1 1 N A se comment f 1 4 f 2 0 f 2 8 f 4 0 f 8 0 Sharpness Test Conclusion Sharpness In general the Fuji is sharpest over the hole aperture range Wide open the Nokton has noticeable

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  • Leica Elmarit-R 1:2.8 / 180mm on X-Pro-1
    180mm with an aperature of 2 0 Nice for a 180mm Conclusion so far After testing the lens only some month now I must say I like this lens The Elmarit R 180mm together with the Metabone Speedbooster gives a 180mm on the X Pro1 The lens is sharp all over Manual focus workes fine but peak focusing is difficult even with tripod shaking around There is vingnetting at f2

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