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    Hey Mohammad, SF seems to have some crazy events and you're always there to capture them! I hope you didn't go home with a multi-colored camera
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    LOL. I like the way you think, Jono! Gotta find funds, and not sure yet that I'd want to give up my 24 lux...which would work out financially...hmmmm....
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    Quote Originally Posted by wuffstuff View Post
    Note the Nissan houses at the left. They are protected now.
    Nissen, I think you mean. Nissan houses are for the truly homeless!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    Nissen, I think you mean. Nissan houses are for the truly homeless!

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    Nissen it is. Nissan is my Xtrail car. Slip of the mind, or confusion; it's an age thing. Now, where is my Lucia M9?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    LOL. I like the way you think, Jono! Gotta find funds, and not sure yet that I'd want to give up my 24 lux...which would work out financially...hmmmm....
    Hmm yes. The 24'lux is an interesting conundrum. I'm considering letting mine go to help fund another body. It's big and I don't usually carry it for that reason.

    Decisions decisions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Sorry Ashwin - resistence is useless - you will be a victim
    Now let's see-that's an even USD1.00 for Guy. He's only got 27,796 Smilies, etc. to be posted for him to secure M funds. Better hurry and pay before the Pound sinks any further!
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    Got on LFI today with this photo from New York
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    Congrats! Very nice. What did you shoot it with?

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    Lloyd, thanks... I used the M9 with Noctilux .95....

    Lately I have been converting to all BW imagery and thinking about the MM
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    Smile, Roll on the floor Laughing, sunglasses, Poke. (with thanks to Tim Ashley)
    we shouldn't make it too easy for Guy (oops)

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    Great shot, and congrats on LFI. You'll like that MM, my friend!!!
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    Venice November 2012

    M, 35mm FLE

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    Thank you all for likes!

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    Wow Jono that last shot is so amazing with the water being in B&W! That's what being able to "see" in B&W is all about...I'm guessing that picture would not have had the visual impact in color but could be wrong. Love it!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    Hey Mohammad, SF seems to have some crazy events and you're always there to capture them! I hope you didn't go home with a multi-colored camera
    David, Hehehe Yes! indeed, this is why SF is my favorite city in the whole US. and as for the camera yes i got my self a multi colored M9 which should inspire Leica to create some sort of a special edition of it .. oh man i spent over an hour cleaning the lens and the body, and it's shiny and glowing ready to go again

    Here are some more :-)


    Color worriers III by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Color worriers II by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Color worriers I by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr
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    Actually, one of Jono's earlier gallery was water ripples from Venice in color. And rather nice. Can we see this one in its original Kodachrome form? I'm curious as to how the black boat holds up against the reflected walls that color the water.

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    Interesting, I created a colour profile for the M240 with the 50APO today and when I switch to it in Lightroom the difference is practically imperceptible. They must have calibrated colour in the camera very well. Conversely when I enable my M9 profile I see an immediate shift.

    I don't know if Jono mentioned (since I recall he also owned this lens) but colour shift and falloff with the 12mm Voigtlander is different (see images below, M first then M9)
    Will be interesting to see how future ultra-wide Leica lenses are designed.

    Sharpness differences in the corners between the M9 and M240 is barely perceptible but I have to rule in favour of the M240 by a hair.

    Noise in the corners at base ISO is also in favour of the M240 - falloff correction does add a bit with either camera, the nature of the beast.

    One interesting thing I noticed that I haven't seen mentioned elsewhere is that you cannot engage live view or movie mode with a non-coded lens mounted.

    It'll be a while until I can spend some serious time shooting with the camera, but when I can I promise to contribute more artistically to the thread



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    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post

    One interesting thing I noticed that I haven't seen mentioned elsewhere is that you cannot engage live view or movie mode with a non-coded lens mounted.
    I hope that is not the case. This would rule out the M for me as I have only non coded ZM lenses.
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    True, that seems unnecessary, but hopefully one can use manual lens selection to overcome it?
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    Interesting, I created a colour profile for the M240 with the 50APO today and when I switch to it in Lightroom the difference is practically imperceptible. They must have calibrated colour in the camera very well. Conversely when I enable my M9 profile I see an immediate shift.

    I don't know if Jono mentioned (since I recall he also owned this lens) but colour shift and falloff with the 12mm Voigtlander is different (see images below, M first then M9)
    Will be interesting to see how future ultra-wide Leica lenses are designed.

    Sharpness differences in the corners between the M9 and M240 is barely perceptible but I have to rule in favour of the M240 by a hair.

    Noise in the corners at base ISO is also in favour of the M240 - falloff correction does add a bit with either camera, the nature of the beast.

    One interesting thing I noticed that I haven't seen mentioned elsewhere is that you cannot engage live view or movie mode with a non-coded lens mounted.

    It'll be a while until I can spend some serious time shooting with the camera, but when I can I promise to contribute more artistically to the thread
    Thanks, Daniel.

    It is a pity that the CV12 shows this much color shift. The CV15 will fare worse, I think.

    Without liveview for non coded lenses, the camera is pretty much useless. Hope it gets corrected by a FW update.

    May be they should reinstall Jono's firmware back?

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    I tried manually selecting the WATE but live view still wouldn't engage with the 12mm nor my 105mm.
    With a coded lens the peaking works a treat though. I'll play more with the camera hopefully this weekend. I'll also check which firmware it has loaded.

    EDIT:
    Jono has informed me that any lens will work fine unless they're on cutaway LTM adapters (mine are) and that is being fixed. So there's that problem solved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Thanks, Daniel.

    It is a pity that the CV12 shows this much color shift. The CV15 will fare worse, I think.
    Worth pointing out that while the colour shift appears more noticeable it's likely because the light falloff is much less (both cameras had no correction applied in-camera) and the shift is totally confined to the left and right edges on the M, easy to fix with a grad in LR or cornerfix or whatever.
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    HI There Daniel
    Congratulations on the camera (I wish mine would arrive!)

    Quote Originally Posted by thrice View Post
    One interesting thing I noticed that I haven't seen mentioned elsewhere is that you cannot engage live view or movie mode with a non-coded lens mounted.
    Quote Originally Posted by edwardkaraa View Post
    I hope that is not the case. This would rule out the M for me as I have only non coded ZM lenses.
    This is definitely not the case with the prototype cameras I have had, and I'm certain it's not something they've added - the one exception being cutaway adapters (but they bring up a 'no lens attached' message and don't work at all - to be fixed later).

    I've just taken a short video with an uncoded Contax/M adapter and no lens attached at all - worked perfectly.

    I hope this helps - I guess it's worth trying again!

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    I'll try again later this week. Sadly it is not my camera but rather my employers
    Thanks again for the info. That is exactly the issue I was encountering and it makes sense now.

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    Looks like they need to put a "Shoot without lens" option in the menu to disable the light sensors on the camera mount. Even otherwise, it should pose no problems at all.

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    Thank you Jono and Daniel! I'm feeling better now after the initial shock

    I just browsed Jono's Venice album. I have no reservations whatsoever about the M cmos colors anymore. Beautiful rendering and excellent PP.
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    Just handled the new M in the Leica Sore in Vienna!

    Cannot make any comments about IQ as I did not have time to shoot, but from handling, haptics, weight, menu, rangefinder, frame lines, LCD, LV, etc it looks really exciting. All I did expect!

    BTW the LCD has nice colors right from scratch - not something one can take as given today.

    KUDOS Leica!

    Now let just some more weeks pass by to see that there are really no HW and FW quirks and I will give it a go!!!
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    MM,50/1.4 Lux Asph.,f/1.4,1/3000sec.

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    M9 and 50 Lux ASPH.

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    Do I understand that a WATE lens would not work with Live View on the new M Body. Most of my Leica M mount lenses were manufactured well before the coding process so I wonder if these uncoded M mount lenses will work with Live View? Is this situation controlled by firmware?

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    Phil, it's already sorted.

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    What was the cause of the live view failure that you experienced with the WATE lens?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotophil View Post
    Do I understand that a WATE lens would not work with Live View on the new M Body. Most of my Leica M mount lenses were manufactured well before the coding process so I wonder if these uncoded M mount lenses will work with Live View? Is this situation controlled by firmware?
    Phil. All leica M mount lenses work fine on the new camera. No question

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    Thanks - that's great news! Does the same situation apply to all LTM adapters?

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    1964 lightroom-fakery with a 1964 lens on my M8

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    Very nice, Robert. But it would have to be fake, isn't everything frozen up there this time of year.

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    Pretty much! you know its bad when it hits 0C and everyone is walking around with no gloves and hats/scarves commenting on how nice it is out! lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by fotophil View Post
    Thanks - that's great news! Does the same situation apply to all LTM adapters?
    A firmware fix for the cut away (older type) ltm adapters is forthcoming.
    These are the adapters where a brass ring is clearly visible on the camera side of the adapter if I'm not mistaken.

    All other LTM adapters work fine right now.

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    MM,50AA...

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    Just found this snowy snap (there are so many which I couldn't show).


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    Pontificating - M with 50 'lux Asph 1250 ISO (don't believe the exif)

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    James - M with 50 'lux Asph 2000 ISO (don't believe the exif)

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    A few shots with the Leica M-E using Contax G lenses (28, 45, 90) taken on a cruise from Valparaiso, Chile to Buenos Aires, Argentina. These and other annotated images are in my gallery.















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    More from the color run in San Francisco with M9 and 50cron


    Color Fighter by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    After a pink attack ! by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Purple causalities by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Color fallen by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Color Chill by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


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    M8 + 35 Summarit

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    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2
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    Parisian Walkway.

    M9 and 50 Lux ASPH

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    MM,Summilux 35/1.4 Asph.,FLE,f/8.0 .,....

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    Here's one with the 50 Summicron AA:


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