Leica Lens Test, Quick and Dirty

Riding down my fave Stringtown Road this afternoon looking for Rhodies in bloom. I have one spot that has very nice ones in a clump at the end of a driveway. And I had a sack of lenses along with the Jupiter 12. So, here are six lenses:

Canon 28mm LTM f/2.8
Canon 35mm LTM f/2.0
Canon 50mm LTM f1.8
CV 35mm Nokton II f/1.4
CV 40mm Asph f/1.2
Jupiter 12 35mm, f.2.8

All on the Leica M9 at F/11.0


Ooops! see the ISO's are all over the map. I will have to go back and retake the photos if any think that is necessary. Take a look and let me know.

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With a fixed ISO then the lens opening changes, or shutter speed. As the highest camera-selected ISO was 1250 I did not get into the range of serious grain. All in all, it is a pretty valid presentation of the various lenses. The single improvement I can think of is to use a tripod next time. Any other suggestions will be considered.
 
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