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    Nice Image Duane! TGIF arrives quite early in NC, here in Belgium it is only 15:30...
    Two images for the other photo ravenous posters.
    Stuck the M9 through the torn roof with a preAsph 28Elmarit, love this lens even if it does show it's weaknesses sometimes. The other is with Edward's least favoured lens 50Sonnar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ced View Post
    Nice Image Duane! TGIF arrives quite early in NC, here in Belgium it is only 15:30...
    Two images for the other photo ravenous posters.
    Stuck the M9 with a preAsph 28 Elmarit, love this lens even if it does show it's weaknesses sometimes. The other is with Edward's least favoured lens
    Which version pre 28 Elmarit is this?
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    Giving my new M(240) a test in the neighborhood with the 21 SE.
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    Duane I'm not sure of the different versions but if this helps Elmarit 1:2.8/28 S/N3671347.
    I haven't done it justice as I bought it to use on my M6 but it has been lying in a bag for years and is practically like new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddanois View Post
    Giving my new M(240) a test in the neighborhood with the 21 SE.
    Congratulations - looking good!
    I hope you're enjoying it.
    all the best

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    [QUOTE=jonoslack;503925]Hi There
    sorry about all the dog snaps, but it's too damned cold to go outside!
    both with the M, the 35 FLE wide open, processed in Silver efex pro 2 (a little vignetting added)

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    Like young children who are always inquizitive, looks like Matty is thinking "how the heck can you even see anything with all that hair covering your eyes"...LOL!

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    Memories, M9-P / 35mm FLE:



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    Not sure about the lens used. It could have been the Planar as well.


    M9 Biogon 35 ZM by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 Biogon 35 ZM by edward karaa, on Flickr


    M9 Biogon 35 ZM by edward karaa, on Flickr
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    One more:


    L1003128 by edward karaa, on Flickr
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    L1003160 by edward karaa, on Flickr


    L1003129 by edward karaa, on Flickr
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    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2
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    Quote Originally Posted by algrove View Post
    I won't bore everyone with them again, but I had changed the coloration in one to reduce the reds and oranges, but guess I picked the same one twice. Sorry.
    Not at all the same. I see greatly desaturated red in the second, and seems brighter. The first looks more interesting although the second has more detail.

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    re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    A few random pics from my trip to Malta this past week:

    Azure Window, Gozo



    Old house, Rabat



    Peeling paint, old house in Rabat



    Quiet street in Rabat



    Dead lizard, the Limestone Heritage centre



    Welcome to Cumberland Hotel, Valletta (maybe 50 years ago...)



    Misrah Ir-Rebha square, Birgu (view from Cafe Brazil which serves the best coffee in Malta, I am not kidding, I had to return to this place before catching the return flight this afternoon)



    Sweet life fishing in Sweethaven (give me another week in the sun...)



    Couldn't resist this one (apologies for utter lack of photographic merit, but fellow Land Rover fans will understand)



    I am linking these images to Flickr and they don't look as sharp here as when I view them in Lightroom. No idea why, but maybe someone could advise me how to make these look as sharp on Getdpi as they look in LR4. Perhaps it's the retina display to blame.. I don't know but too tired to investigate. Regards, Martin
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    B&H reopened on Wednesday so a package came yesterday with my EVF (the olympus model) and a Novoflex R to M adapter. The Novoflex actually has flat spot with a white background where the six bit codes go. Does anyone know what code will be on the Leica adapter?

    This opens up a world of possibilities. Let's start with the Leica R 280mm f4.0. This thing is monstrously big and heavy by M standards; I can't image what the 280mm f 2.0 is like weight-wise. The 280 f4.0 is a lovely lens - great three dimensional quality. It has a strong reputation; I bought it a while back in anticipation of the M and was excited to have a chance to use it. There's a little bit of red/green CA wide open but LR corrects it perfectly. LR by the way has lens profiles for the full range of R lenses.

    Out my window:

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    Another:

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    The EVF is also a boon for old and odd lenses. I have a 1939 Karl Zeiss Jena 8.5 cm f1.5 and an "Orion" adapter that lets me mount it on the M body. The issue is focus - the lens links to the rangefinder but is wildly off in a non-linear way. the EVF to the rescue:

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    I'll have some more satisfying subjects over the weekend.

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    Martin, love the light on the second photo The lizard doesn't look so dead!

    We finished this 3000-piece puzzle a while back... and finally got around to framing it today:


    Speaking of lizard, this big guy was crawling on our screen door this afternoon:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    B&H reopened on Wednesday so a package came yesterday with my EVF (the olympus model) and a Novoflex R to M adapter. The Novoflex actually has flat spot with a white background where the six bit codes go. Does anyone know what code will be on the Leica adapter?
    Woody,

    Jono Slack mentioned something concerning a 28/90 code...I downloaded the Leica faq for their R-M adapter and wonder if there is a chip that recognizes the ROM in Leica R lenses as they state that it will recognize some 20 R lenses.

    Not sure what all this means....

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    Ladies Day - Liverpool 2013


    Cooking at the Olive - Liverpool 2013

    Both with M9 + Nokton 50mm f/1.5.

    Enjoy!
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    Edward, Baudolino, David and Godfrey - enjoyed viewing your pics lately. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ced View Post
    Duane I'm not sure of the different versions but if this helps Elmarit 1:2.8/28 S/N3671347.
    I haven't done it justice as I bought it to use on my M6 but it has been lying in a bag for years and is practically like new.
    That's the e46 filter version IV latest version before the latest ASPH version. I've recently bought a used version and waiting to receive it.
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    OK, guys here's what I know about the Leica R-M adapter. I brings up the 28/90 frame lines. It is 6 bit coded. BBWBBB. I posted a photo of it while at Photokina. Once the camera detects the 28/90 and the 6 bit code then you can go to manual lens detection and there is a list to pick your lens from manually. Even if your lens is not on the list it will work fine. The 105-280 is not on the list, but look at the photo I started the R lenses on M thread with.

    I have been using the Novoflex adapter until such time the Leica adapter becomes available. Accessories are beginning to trickle out as I was notified my extra M charger is being sent today. OK, I still only have one battery, but I always try to have backup chargers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    I'll have some more satisfying subjects over the weekend.
    Woody, good shots and thanks as I like that lens. Why don't you post them over on the Using R lenses with the M thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baudolino View Post
    A few random pics from my trip to Malta this past week:

    Couldn't resist this one (apologies for utter lack of photographic merit, but fellow Land Rover fans will understand)


    Yep, completely understand!

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    Further news tonight about R lenses working on the M.

    Years ago Leica made an R-M adapter #22228/500934. It brings up 28/90 frame liens as was designed before 6 bit was introduced. Well a guy just manually with a Match Technical coder and a sharpie pen coded his 22228/500934 and when going to manual lens detection he was able to get the list of 20, R lenses to show up and he picked the one he was using.

    This is great news. I had tried mine, but under position 5 there is a screw which must inhibit my camera from seeing it as an R-M adapter. I have another idea I will try tomorrow and report back if I succeed. All very promising-with old gear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by animefx View Post
    M8 + 35 Summarit (my favorite lens ever made)
    First one is spectacular. Nice work!
    M9, Summicron 28mm, Summarit 90mm
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    Edward, Baudolino, David and Godfrey - enjoyed viewing your pics lately. Thanks.
    Thank you very much Dave
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    Just a bit of fun during chaotic hours in the ICU; Martin, male nurse:
    M9, Summicron 28mm, Summarit 90mm
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    Some fun with the 21/3.4 Super-Elmar-M on the typ240












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    Fantastic shots, Daniel!
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    Quote Originally Posted by edwardkaraa View Post
    Fantastic shots, Daniel!
    +1 Daniel - I especially like the first shot - excellent.
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    Surprising to see the support column of the bridge cut off (first photo) inspite of the live view option. Colors are brilliant!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Surprising to see the support column of the bridge cut off (first photo) inspite of the live view option. Colors are brilliant!
    It's a pano, spherical projection cut it off.

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    Lovely Shots Daniel, especially those with the combination of ambient and artifical light at that time of day. Interesting that the shot posted below that of the motorcycle indicates a street that appears to end in a "dead end" and with all those single tire track marks. I can envision many cyclists burning rubber down one side of that divided road in the early morning hours at break neck speeds, banking a U-turn and speeding up the other side Hopefully of course without a new Leica M sitting next to them..LOL!

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    MM,50AA..

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    Duelling granddaughters.
    (M9, 90mm Elmarit-M)


    Last edited by Frits; 7th April 2013 at 12:09.
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    Ceh and Frits, love the shots.
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    Duelling granddaughters - Phase 2.
    Can you tell who won?


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    M262 ZM 25/2.8 35/1.4 50/2 85/2
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    A portrait serie,

    First an artist who paint hiperrealism pictures.

    Second the grandparents of my couple

    And third my Couple as a gift, after wake up! :P



    Pascual Arroyo por Bruno Gracia, en Flickr



    Pascual Arroyo por Bruno Gracia, en Flickr




    Emilio por Bruno Gracia, en Flickr


    ┴ngela por Bruno Gracia, en Flickr




    Zora por Bruno Gracia, en Flickr
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    Some great images posted these days, thanks all for sharing!
    Both with M9-75-Summarit.
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    Daniel, Your shots have convinced me to dig into the parts bin once more and get out some 21mm lenses to try on the M. Thanks for your posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Lovely Shots Daniel, especially those with the combination of ambient and artifical light at that time of day. Interesting that the shot posted below that of the motorcycle indicates a street that appears to end in a "dead end" and with all those single tire track marks. I can envision many cyclists burning rubber down one side of that divided road in the early morning hours at break neck speeds, banking a U-turn and speeding up the other side Hopefully of course without a new Leica M sitting next to them..LOL!

    Dave (D&A)
    Given the industrial-looking area, and the fact that all the tracks are paired treads, I'd say that trucks made these. I wonder if it's really burnt rubber or just dirt or tracks in dust or something? It could also be that while making this u-turn the differentials aren't up to the task and the inner or outer wheels under- or over-speed.

    Oh - meanwhile, awesome shots! I so badly want to use my 21SE on a full-frame camera. But I just can't get myself to pay for an M9 with all of its shortcomings (IMO), and the M is just too much for that.

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    I'be spent the last few days with my Leica R 280 f4.0 mounted on my M via a Novoflex adapter. The view through the EVF is crappy, but it works. I nailed focus 100% of the time - focus peaking works with this lens in daylight, even when not stopped down. Because the view was so bad I assumed I was producing poor results. In fact the files are gorgeous. This combination can't be used for sports or game because of the slithering view and slow frame to frame rate. But for landscape and the like it puts a fabulous lens in front of a very good sensor.

    Here's the world's most ugly cell tower, three frames stitched.

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    re: Fun with the New Leica M

    Same kit:

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    On a monopod, two frames stitched.

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    More of the same, also on a monopod. Basil confronts the barn.

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    Couple more photos from Liverpool...





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