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    M9+50mmSummicron
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    This is from raw - more emotion. The one above was from jpeg.
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    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2
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    M9 and 35 Cron. Taken in a bar in Montmartre, Paris, looking across to the other side of the street.

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    Are we slowing down now as the new M arrives?

    M9 and 28 Cron

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    Didn't have the opportunity to shoot much with the C-Sonnar, but here are a couple snaps from today:


    M9 + ZM 50 C-Sonnar by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 + ZM 50 C-Sonnar by edward karaa, on Flickr
    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2
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    Be kind to me....realtively new to the whole RF experience...but some shots from the other day down on Venice Beach. M9 and 75 summilux courtesy of my other half AKA Cam around these parts


    L1001126 by kevinparis, on Flickr


    L1001133 by kevinparis, on Flickr


    L1001158 by kevinparis, on Flickr

    some more of my explorations here

    Leica at Venice Beach - a set on Flickr


    and here

    A Leica in LA - a set on Flickr

    cheers

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    Nice Kevin... Welcome to the dark side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiredArm View Post
    Nice Kevin... Welcome to the dark side.
    Thanks ....just dipping my toes in.... not yet ready to fully immerse myself!!

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    Nothing special. Sometimes you just have to get out and make an image. M9-P / 35mm FLE:



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    Nice action, Kevin, and welcome on board !

    Here are three pics of the large field, where the Oktoberfest takes place in Munich, overlooked by the Statue of Bavaria.








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    Hi Wolfgang, the last shot is very interesting. Somehow the scale of things doesn't feel right. I looked back up and see that the statue was really quite huge, or maybe it's the compressed distance that made me do a double-take.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinparis View Post
    Thanks ....just dipping my toes in.... not yet ready to fully immerse myself!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by downstairs View Post
    This is from raw - more emotion. The one above was from jpeg.
    Just my opinion, but I greatly prefer the colors in the first rendition (from jpg). The second one (from raw) is too cold. It's the opposition of the warmer colors (eggs and straw) and the colder ones in the first image that really do it for me.

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    MM,50AA,f/2.0,1/90sec.,ISO 2500..

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    Many thanks for the likes for my previous picture - it means a lot.
    I have been out of town for a bit, and here is one from my travels - preliminary processing in RPP, then some PS: young monks at Shwezigon Pagoda, Bagan, Burma:
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    Thank you everyone for the likes!

    More from the shoot with Ron













    More to come.

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    Made with an 'old' M9 and 50 Lux.

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    Thank you to our fellow members Teera and Stephen for the lovely afternoon shooting in the old quarters of Bangkok. All with the C-Sonnar:


    M9 + ZM 50 C-Sonnar by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 + ZM 50 C-Sonnar by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 + ZM 50 C-Sonnar by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 + ZM 50 C-Sonnar by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 + ZM 50 C-Sonnar by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 + ZM 50 C-Sonnar by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 + ZM 50 C-Sonnar by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 + ZM 50 C-Sonnar by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 + ZM 50 C-Sonnar by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 + ZM 50 C-Sonnar by edward karaa, on Flickr
    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2
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    A few more from the same shoot:


    M9 + ZM 50 C-Sonnar by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 + ZM 50 C-Sonnar by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 + ZM 50 C-Sonnar by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 + ZM 50 C-Sonnar by edward karaa, on Flickr
    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2
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    'Jacqeline', M9-P/35mm FLE:



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    Fun with the New Leica M

    Hi There
    Well, someone had to start it - and I'm sure it'll merge in with the other thread in due time.

    So - all you guys out there with an M, start posting.

    Unfortunately all I have is a very early firmware version, (I'm hoping for my real camera next week) but it takes photos okay, despite having the first version of the firmware.



    Champagne envy




    35 FLE 3200 ISO f2

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    Jono, are you not able to load the new firmware with the prototype hardware?
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    Dear Jono

    Thx for starting. Maybe this should be the place for new postings for the Leica M (240) (do we have to keep putting that in? Leica really wasted lots of energy and ink when the dropped the M10 designation

    Sort of like "the camera previously known as the M10? "

    Anyway, I guess the new M owners are out shooting as I see no new postings

    But they will come
    and be good...

    I think,

    I hope!

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    Quote Originally Posted by edwardkaraa View Post
    Thank you to our fellow members Teera and Stephen for the lovely afternoon shooting in the old quarters.
    Thanks, Edward. They're all looking good. Hope that the New M's color is as good as yours.
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    No color?

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    Quote Originally Posted by algrove View Post
    No color?
    You didn't hear that Jonoslack was going to China this time to test the MM240!?!
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    Great idea to start this thread. I'm very interested to see more of the M.
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    ISO 3200, 35 FLE

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    btw- That isn't my photo, but I have yet to see it posted elsewhere. The M 240 is certainly impressive with real life shots at high iso. More details better dynamic range than Canon's best for certain.
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    Hi there
    Well, here are two shot with the 35 'lux FLE at f2.8 (don't believe the exif) and at 3200 ISO




    As you can see, this is catastrophically horrid lighting - I'd really not have managed colour at 1250 with the M9.

    Now for something completely different:
    This is shot with the 28 'cron (again, don't believe the exif!), using the Leica Oufro - it's almost full frame (just very slightly cropped to remove a blemish).

    So - you can do macro with M lenses too!

    N.B. - these were shot with pre-production firmware.

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    Hi There Victor
    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    Dear Jono

    Thx for starting. Maybe this should be the place for new postings for the Leica M (240) (do we have to keep putting that in? Leica really wasted lots of energy and ink when the dropped the M10 designation
    It's a pleasure as always (starting it that is

    And no - let's not call it the 240 - look at the thread title - let's just call it the M

    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    Sort of like "the camera previously known as the M10? "

    Anyway, I guess the new M owners are out shooting as I see no new postings

    But they will come
    and be good...

    I think,

    I hope!
    I'm certain -

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    N.B. - these were shot with pre-production firmware.
    Hi Jono, are you still having the testing camera? if yes can you just update the firmware with the latest release?

    Thanks for sharing

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wstam View Post
    Hi Jono, are you still having the testing camera? if yes can you just update the firmware with the latest release?

    Thanks for sharing

    Cheers.
    Hi There - unfortunately you can't update the firmware on the prototypes - there was a hardware calibration needed. Actually, I don't think this camera is hardware compatible with the final firmware.

    Leica have very kindly let me hang on to an early prototype until my camera arrives (hopefully in the next week or so). The new cameras are obviously greatly improved - but even this early one does pretty good!

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    I wonder if Leica is starting to name their models like Apple? Like "early 2013 M", "late 2015 M"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi There - unfortunately you can't update the firmware on the prototypes - there was a hardware calibration needed. Actually, I don't think this camera is hardware compatible with the final firmware.

    Leica have very kindly let me hang on to an early prototype until my camera arrives (hopefully in the next week or so). The new cameras are obviously greatly improved - but even this early one does pretty good!

    all the best
    Just got a call from Leica Shop Wien that my M is here! Well I had told them I would like one in summer, because I think then the HW will be really proven and final by then and also FW will have matured even further. So I am on the list for July 2013!

    We are getting there ..... just did not want to go through similar troubles as I did with my early M8 in 2007 (although I know with the M all is different now - but just to be sure)!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptomsu View Post
    Just got a call from Leica Shop Wien that my M is here! Well I had told them I would like one in summer, because I think then the HW will be really proven and final by then and also FW will have matured even further. So I am on the list for July 2013!

    We are getting there ..... just did not want to go through similar troubles as I did with my early M8 in 2007 (although I know with the M all is different now - but just to be sure)!
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    Quote Originally Posted by emr View Post
    I wonder if Leica is starting to name their models like Apple? Like "early 2013 M", "late 2015 M"...
    I think that was actually the point: the M from now on will be called just the M, with variants named specially (M Monochrom, M-E), and differentiated in model by a type number (M type 240, M type 241, etc).

    It's a brand and model name strategy that automakers (and Apple, amongst others) have been using successfully for many years. For example, people talk about their "Toyota Corolla," not about their "Toyota Corolla Mark XXXVII." When more specific model and series information is required, year, chassis type, etc can all be used to determine that.

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    Heya Jono,

    I wondered when you would start this thread!

    Nice pix as always. It will be good to see more from the M, now that it's actually getting into people's hands and we can get past the pre-release review anxiety ... :-)

    I'm not on any buy list yet. I suspect I won't be until end-of-2013 into 2014, as I usually follow the trailing edge of the wave. I'm still very happy with what I get from the M9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Peter
    So, will you have it now or will you wait?
    Wait till July! Maybe a little wait is worth it and protects me to be hurt by early series failures - not saying there will be some, but history has proven unfortunately.

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    @ Jono,

    do you actually use LR4 for your M or Aperture? I would be keen to continue with Aperture, now as I switched from LR some 6 months ago because of different reasons. And being there (with Aperture) I really love it and like it much more than LR.

    Thanks

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    MM,50AA,f2.0,1/180sec.,ISO 1600

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptomsu View Post
    @ Jono,

    do you actually use LR4 for your M or Aperture? I would be keen to continue with Aperture, now as I switched from LR some 6 months ago because of different reasons. And being there (with Aperture) I really love it and like it much more than LR.

    Thanks

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    HI Peter
    I use Aperture - of course I've also used LR4 for testing, but I just like Aperture better.
    All of the photographs in the write up were processed in Aperture - I've certainly had no problem with the colours.

    all the best

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    The new M is out. So took out my M9 yesterday to check if it's still working

    Just after a heavy rain. The scene was very dull. So lifted the color a fair bit in PP:


    M9|50Lux


    In fact I have problem in deciding if I should post the colour one above or B/W one below. B/W seems to overcome the dull scene but the colour of the roof make it more interesting.




    Thanks for looking.
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    Salisbury Cathedral, M9-P / 50 'lux:







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    My Village. M9 and 90 Elmarit-M.



    Note the Nissan houses at the left. They are protected now.
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    Great shots. I will be paying close attention to the shots posted on this thread...maybe I'll get to play down the road
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Great shots. I will be paying close attention to the shots posted on this thread...maybe I'll get to play down the road
    Sorry Ashwin - resistence is useless - you will be a victim

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    Truly sensational work every one ! well done !

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    Welcome to the color run by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


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