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Jack...you've been saying your CV 50 ASPH is prob your fav 50, but you've been shooting the M50 ASPH a lot! Which do you prefer? The M looks astounding, especially the sharpness! I had heard that it doesn't fair we'll into the corners, but your pics to me seem otherwise. You did a few stopped down shots several pages back, and they looked great. And the comparison of the fishing nets(?) a while back, made the lenses(CV and M) look very similar!!
Gregg, sorry to hear about your A7R mishap
I wanted to satisfy my curiosity about Lux-50 asph, but I was too cheap to rent one to compare it to C/V Nokton 50/1.5 ASPH. I ended up buying a brand new in silver (got a great deal from Fotopia store) but if I had a chance to go back I would stick to Nokton. Both lenses are very close in performance and Nokton is much lighter and easier to use, IMO. Mind you Lux-M 50 may be more universal as Nokton is more of a close-mid range lens only.
Here is a shot with Lux-M at f/4, (kinda accidental take) and I don`t think corners ruined anything.
There is always a way to take attention away from corners...
Kodak Gold 100 emulation: