Carl Zeiss Biogon T* 2,8/25 ZM

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By: markusw (1 month ago)
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Dear all, I am discussing with myself wether to go into the Leica M system or not. One aspect is the ability to use ZEISS lenses. My choice would be a WA like the Planar 2,8/25 ZM or maybe the Biogon 2,8/21 ZM, and a standard lens (C Sonnar 1,5/50 ZM or Planar 2/50 ZM - probably the second one?) First of all, I can afford them much better than comparable LEICA offerings, of course ;)  Second thought, I have very good experiences with ZEISS on a D300 in former days... had the 25mm ZF, and the...
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Hi all, I own a X-E1 for a while with the 18-55 kit lens but I noticed the lens is not quite my favorite to play with. I came from a dSLR Alpha that I used to learn a little more about photo and then I felt that I really wanted to get more serious in my hobby and then Fuji was my choice. At the time the kit seemed to be a good choice instead the 35mm. And it was. Taking pictures with the X-E1 is a very different beast compared with my old Alpha and the different focal ranges helped me to get...
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