Infrared Fields

A few infrared photos from my recent drive though nearby fields. As always the tool of choice was the Leica M8, but this time I used the Elmarit 28mm f/2.8 lens.

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8 Responses to Infrared Fields

  1. G.A. says:


    Looking for an M wide angle; don’t figure out what you recommend.

    • kbesios says:

      My favourite wide angles are the Voigtlander 15mm and 21mm.They are slow but with great image quality for their price. Leica 21mm and 24mm are superb but with the usual Leica price tag !

  2. G.A. says:

    Not thinking of getting another Leica lens.
    That’s why I ask. Even they don’t manufacture under 21. Too expensive for what they do.
    Voightl√§nder are excellent, but 15 is not coupled…
    Zeiss 15 is a fortune too.
    So. Thanks

  3. G.A. says:

    You’re right. I thought Heliar 15 wasn’t

  4. G.A. says:

    Not for criticizing Leica, but right side is washed out in first and last.
    I’ll go for Heliar, thx

    • kbesios says:

      This is the effect of IR light, not all lenses work perfect with infrared. About Heliar, it’s a favourite lens, simply incredible image quality for its price, and also a very small and light lens.

  5. George Appletree says:

    Well,
    That’s what a Leica dealer would say.
    What I say is that when you get a camera for a fortune and the sky is full of brand new dots, their reply is:
    Get an astronaut suit and buy isopropile alcohol to clean your jewel sensor.
    But the incredible is when newer models get corrosion and they say to repair for free, people reply is:
    Oh such a great brand.

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