Voigtlander 35mm 1.4 Nokton V2

Leica M4-2

5 Frames in Bilbao with Leica M4-2, Voigtländer VM 35 mm f/1.4 Nokton Classic II MC, Kodak Tri-X pushed 2 stops (1600 ISO).

The first international trip since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic brought us to Bilbao, which offers many photographic opportunities and challenges. Of course there is the Guggenheim museum which photographers can best take advantage of for stunning images if they use a digital camera with an ultra-wide angle lens or a wide angle zoom.

Leica Summicron Voigtlander Nokton

Leica Summicron 35mm v4 vs Voigtlander Nokton 35mm v2 – By Vincent Bihler

When I bought my first Leica M4 back in 2014, I decided to couple it with a Nokton 35mm f/1.4 S.C that I bought new (first time of my life I bought anything new). It was a great moment. I absolutely loved it and ignored its flaws as it was all I could buy myself at that time. I was so happy with it. But time went on and as many of you may know, once you start thinking “Leica”, it is very hard to resist to the temptation of getting more gear… German gear… So I ended up selling that Nokton to get myself a nice Summicron 35mm v4 (aka the King of Bokeh).

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