First, thanks to the mu-43 regulars who provide so much useful information. I enjoy shooting manual lenses, both native (Voigtlander 25/.95) and legacy glass (Nikkor 85/2, Tamron adaptall 180/2.5) on micro 4/3. I only recently have moved from a 1st generation camera (G1) to almost current state (EM-5). I notice that the images from the old lenses are usually washed out in appearance when I first import the raw files, but by pushing the black level and contrast in lightroom I can get some very nice images with these. (And this is not the case with the much newer Voigtlander lens.) My question is: what is it about the older lenses, or combination of lens-made-for-film and digital sensor that gives this result? And how best to deal with it? (I think I've read somewhere that the issue is in part the coating s on the older lenses, somehow being non-optimal for digital, but I dunno why, or even if I'm making it up .. but if this is the case, would a highfalutin expensive multicoated filter help?) Thanks for your insights!