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|This is the Summilux 35/1.4|
|This one is the 3-cam version.|
|We have to remove the black shroud first.|
|And now, remove the screws of the original Leica-R mount.|
|Lifting the mount.|
|Pay attention to the small bearing ball, sometimes it remains glued to the mount.
|Now, we have to remove the two slope shaped cams.
The ROM version of this lens doesn't need to remove any cam.
|I use to put some grease in the hole where the small bearing ball goes.|
|And the plastic tool with some grease to bring the ball to the lens.|
|This is the place.|
|Now just install the Leitax mount , pay attention to make coincide the holes for the screws.|
|This one is the version for Sony cameras.|
|Ready, there is no problem to use this lens on full frame Sony cameras.|
But the Nikon full frame cameras will hit the mirror with the rear side of this lens. It would be necessary to file it.
|One of my clients kindly sent these pictures to share the way he filed the lens rear side.|
|First, protect the glass with a piece of plastic.|
|Sealing the lens to avoid any metal particles going inside.|
I would use paper masking tape instead. To avoid glue residues.
|This is the result.|
|This is a picture from another client.|
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