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Leica M240
Leica 50mm f/2 APO Summicron-M ASPH

Aperture Series: Dana Meadow Kuna Peak (M240)

June 2013 lens sample, which suffered from poor flare control.

A common sight for those entering Yosemite from the east side.

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Kuna Peak from Dana Meadow

Well worth noting is that the brand-new 50/2 APO ASPH on the brand-new Leica M240 would produce a visibly blurred result if focused to the hard infinity stop.

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