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75mm F0.95 Nocturnus Lens | Meyer-Optik Goerlitz Goes After Leica In Speed & Price
Almost a stop faster than the Leica, and 1/3rd the price?
Hands On With The Leica 75mm Noctilux & 90mm APO Summicron | Matt Granger
Two of Leica’s newest and most exciting lenses
The Leica Noctilux-M 75mm f/1.25 ASPH | Drinking Light Like A Shot Of Tequila
Depth of focus control like nothing else.
My Tribute to the Leica M: Forever Memories. On Tour with Seal, Noctilux, and M
A Leica M can be transformative.
HandeVision IBELUX 40mm f/0.85 | ‘World’s Fastest Lens For System Cameras’
Following the trend, HandeVision is giving Voigtlander a run for its money with what is now the “World’s fastest lens for system cameras.” – And it doesn’t cost near a Noctilux.
How a Canon 5D Mark II is Transformed into a Pseduo-Leica
Usually, when one acquires a $6,500 Leica Noctilux 50mm f/1 lens, that’s usually a great thing. The problem for San Diego photographer Robert Brenson is that he did not have a Leica rangefinder body to go with that lens. So then Robert transformed his Canon 5d mkII so it can accept the Noctilux.
Aperture Guide Pt. 1: The Basics of Aperture
This article is part 1 of our aperture guide that will talk about aperture and its role in photography. We will start off by explaining what aperture is, what f-stop is, and how aperture controls exposure. The aperture is the opening at the end of the lens that lets light to hit the sensor.