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Purple-tinted snapshots taken with the New Russar+ Lens and Leica IIf

We're still on a Russar+ shooting frenzy, and this time around, we're showing off these sample photographs taken using another Leica classic rangefinder, the IIf.

Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve showcased various super wide New Russar+ Lens photographs taken with some of the most iconic cameras like the Leica M6, Fed 5B, Voigtlander Bessa R2A, and Fed 5C. This time, it’s the Leica IIf‘s turn, and as if using the Russar+ with it isn’t enough, we’ve upped the ante a little more and loaded it with the Lomochrome Purple to take these refreshing, eye-catching snapshots.

The New Russar+ is a stunning brass-bodied wide-angle lens. It is a pioneering update on the 1958 Russar. Thanks to its modified lens tube construction, the New Russar+ is compatible with L39 and M mount analogue cameras, digital mirrorless cameras and loads of other cameras using adaptor mounts. Visit the New Russar+ microsite for exciting information and stunning wide-angle photos.

See more samples of photographs taken with the Russar+ in these gallery posts:

Go Wide, Go Purple! Fresh snaps with the new Russar+ Lens and Fed 5C

Stunning Landscape Shots Taken with the New Russar+ Lens

Out and About with the Russar+ and Voigtlander Bessa R2A

Scenes in black-and-white captured with the New Russar+ Lens

Marvel at these analogue snaps taken with the New Russar+ Lens and Fed 5B

These portraits taken with the Russar+ Lens will make you go wide-eyed

Shooting Architecture and Cityscapes with the New Russar+ Lens

Vibrant Analogue Snaps Taken with the Leica M6 and the New Russar+ Lens

Around the World With Lomography’s New Russar+ Lens

Fantastic Photographs Taken with the New Russar+ Lens and Lomochrome Purple Film

Sample these sharp and rich black and white photos taken with the New Russar+ lens!

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