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Leica Minilux with 40 mm Summarit f/2.4

The pictures on this page was taken solely with Leica Minilux with the 40 mm Summarit f/2.4 lens.
(There exists also a Leica Minilux Zoom, but this is the one with fixed lens).

The 40 mm Summarit lens is now legendary.

The replacement for this camera came in 2005 with the Leica CM which is a
smaller camera with the same lens with new ASPH coating.



Leica Minilux silver and Leica Minilux black with the 40mm Summarit F/2.4 lens
My two Leica Minilux. A black and a silver. There is no difference other than the color. The silver one I bought from new in 2000, the black one I bought second-hand in 2005 as a backup.

 


4 year old Jacob poses at Skarregaard Museum at Mors Island, Denmark, May 2003.
Leica Minilux
, Fuji Velvia 50 (scanned on Nikon Coolscan IV).


My kids Oliver and Robin Isabella eating apple cake in the kitchen May 2006. Leica Minilux, Kodak Portra 160NC, Hasselblad/Imacon Flextight scanner.


A interior shot from Skarregaard Museum at Mors Island, Denmark, May 2003.
Leica Minilux
, Fuji Velvia 50 (scanned on Nikon Coolscan IV).


Photographer Robin Skjoldborg photographing Ted Sorensen for Euroman Magazine at Mors Island, Denmark, May 2003.
Leica Minilux
, Fuji Velvia 50 (scanned on Nikon Coolscan IV).


Photographer Robin Skjoldborg photographing Ted Sorensen for Euroman Magazine at Mors Island, Denmark, May 2003.
Leica Minilux
, Fuji Velvia 50 (scanned on Nikon Coolscan IV).


Some friends gathered at Agnethe's house, June 2002.
Leica Minilux, Fuji 200 ISO negative film (scanned on Nikon Coolscan IV).


Kids at the Kildeskolen school (my son Oliver right).

Leica Minilux, Fuji 200 ISO negative film (scanned on Nikon Coolscan IV). Available light, no flash.


Kids at the Kildeskolen school (my son Oliver shooting).

Leica Minilux, Kodak 200 ISO negative film (scanned on Nikon Coolscan IV).


American composer Mark Isham performing in UK, October 2001.
Leica Minilux, Fujipress 800 ISO negative film (scanned on Nikon Coolscan IV)


My wife Maibritt, August 2002.
Leica Minilux, Fuji 400 ISO negative film (scanned on Nikon Coolscan IV), changed to B&W in Photoshop.
The picture is a crop of about 1/4 of the negative.


My wife Maibritt, August 2002.
Leica Minilux, Fuji 400 ISO negative film (scanned on Nikon Coolscan IV).


The beach outside Freetown, Barbados, December 2002.
Leica Minilux, Fuji 200 ISO negative film (scanned on Nikon Coolscan IV).


My daughter Caroline in Italy, July 2002.
Leica Minilux, Fuji 400 ISO negative film (scanned on Nikon Coolscan IV).


My daughter Caroline's first day in School, August 2002.
Leica Minilux, Kodak 400 ISO TMX negative b&w film (scanned on Nikon Coolscan IV using ROC/GEM)
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Old building meets new 2002.
Leica Minilux, Kodak 200 ISO negative b&w film (scanned on Nikon Coolscan IV).


Uncle Bent with the kids, March 2004

Leica Minilux, 3200 ISO Tmax b&w negative film (Scanned on Nikon Coolscan IV).

Leica Minilux silver

 

 

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