Despite having a brand new Leica M, today I decided to go out with my old M9 and the small Voigtländer Color-Skopar 28mm F3.5. These subjects have caught my attention during the short walk after lunch along the river and in the streets of the historic center of Robecco sul Naviglio.
The Color-Skopar 28mm F3.5 is a little gem in the Voigtländer production, but now it is currently out of stock and it is not so easy to find. You can mount it on Leica cameras with a simple adapter ring. The advantages of this objective are the precise construction, its robustness and reduced size. It also has a very high sharpness across the frame.
Robecco sul Naviglio is a little Italian town of 6,929 inhabitants in the province of Milan. The municipality of Robecco sul Naviglio is located about 25 kilometers west of the capital, not far from the Ticino River and the Piedmont Region. It is worth taking a walk.