Recently, I have been looking back through some photos from 2013. I splashed out on a Voigtlander 15mm f/4.5 Super-Wide Heliar lens for the Leica M9. I should have also bought an external viewfinder but they didn’t have one in-store at the time.
Anyway, the lens was very small, well built, and produced pin-sharp images with near zero distortion.
I ended up selling it on after a while as I found I just didn’t use it enough to justify keeping. Other reasons included:
colour casts/shifts in the corners of images, and no external viewfinder (my bad).
Voigtlander are now producing a newer version (III) of this great lens that has improved colour performance in the corners. I know what is on my wish list for Santa this year….
Here is an interior shot I took that required no perspective correction.