Undisclosed Lens #3 (test shot on digital).

If you have been following along, my last few posts contain photographs created with Undisclosed Lens #3.

So far, I’ve only shot with it on film.

I decided to examine central sharpness, wide open, on the Leica M9.

Here is the original test shot:

Undisclosed Lens #3 (test shot)

And here is the central crop of the above image, at 100%:

(focus was on the “T” of the word “Teas”)

Undisclosed Lens #3 (100% crop)

Once again, I’m quite impressed with this lens.

—Peter.

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11 thoughts on “Undisclosed Lens #3 (test shot on digital).

  1. Karen says:

    “T” of the word “Teas”. Or “T” of the word “tease”? It is hard not to ask….will undisclosed Lens #3 be disclosed or is it one of life’s little moments of mystery? 🙂

    • Hi Karen,

      The identity of Lens #3 can be accessed through my “Instruction” page for those willing to make a small donation to the site (I hope people understand that I have to purchase new equipment on my own – so that I remain unbiased – and I also spend a considerable amount of time preparing and publishing the results).

      For those not interested in making a donation, my experiences over the years with (and reviews of) dozens of pieces of gear can still be accessed via the “Cameras, Lenses, and other topics” drop-down menu at the bottom of the page.

      —Peter.

  2. andygemmell says:

    Looks pretty good!

    I picked up a 35mm Cron ASPH on Friday (to go on an M4)…..the 50 lux was sitting there….decided I would like to give myself a go with 35mm for a while…:-)

  3. I was inspired to make a pretty good guess about the identity of international lens of mystery #1, but as for #2 and #3, I have no idea. 😉

  4. Antonio Russell says:

    I don;t really follow the logic of posting pictures with an undisclosed lens?

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