This sample and the enlargement of the center rose was shot with the lens at f1.4.
this image and the one just below were shot at f2.0
Interesting...Adobe still has a lens profile in Lightroom for the Canon 50mm f1.4 FD lens. A lens that's fifty years old. I think it's pretty wonderful. And for all the people who've been sending "hate" mail about the usurious prices of those "damn" Leicas... this lens came in a package with a mint, black, Canon FTb camera, also from the early 1970s, for the princely sum of $150. So, if I divide out the package and resell the camera body I'm pegging the price of this lens alone at about $75. The Leica SL body did not refuse to work with the lens. It did not reject it or try to destroy it. They just worked it out. And I think the results are good. Except for the green fringing on the white chairs. Yeah. There's that. I expect that I could have gotten the same overall results with a Panasonic S5 or a Sigma fp. The Leica was just convenient.
So much hate for such good gear....