This morning I am very adventurous and I try to mount my old LTM lenses on the M240 using some 5 bucks adapters that I own. I have tried the 50mmF3.5 Industar 22, the 50mmF2.0 Summitar, the Jupiter 35mmF2.8 Jupiter 12 (the one that goes so deep inside the camera) and the Canon Serenar 135mmF4 (the bad version) The good news is I did not break the camera and all lenses can fit. I would not bother you with some test shots as I did not make a very scientific test but here are the results:
- The Serenar does not focus at all, but with Liveview can produce some acceptable pictures
- The Jupiter seriously back focuses
- The Summitar back focuses slightly
- The Industar, probably focuses alright but picture quality is really crap
This said they can probably be focusing problems can be used with LiveVew; if ever you can use it. I found myself having problems focusing with the screen in bright light and I need my reading glasses to do so. This is another lesson for me: LiveView on the go is not really for rme, why would I want a rangefinder if I though otherwise?
So I finished playing and walked to Little India with the Summilux and the Elmarit. First stop Tekka Market.
Once again the pictures are taken at a too low speed. Color rendition is fine for me.
Next I change from the Summilux to the Elmarit and walk to the “” temple when there is a celabration
I spend a while trying to get a nice shot of this musician,; I really like the focusing of the Elmarit; unlike the Summilux which have such a long range. Another cool feature of the M240 is the continuous mode, really handy for street or travel type photography.
I made several more stops on the way back home and in the afternoon I take my back to take some pictures of east coast park and the sea side. On the way back, Right on time I rode back via the new sport hub (below)
I pass by gardens by the bay for the sunset over Marina Bay Sands
This was a nice day. I just forgot to bring the LTM adapters to try the Color Skopar and the Jupiter outdoors, but that’s life.
Final round of shots tomorrow morning before giving back the camera.