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    Quote Originally Posted by arild View Post
    Same story as with the 28 framelines, for a 28mm, then! I find the frameline accuracy, at least on that focal length, at all focus lengths, appalling. I plan to try fixing the lever to 35mm to see it that makes it all better.. Thank you for your help! Will sift through Paris in November for one of those, and if not, a 90 TE Leica.
    You're most welcome arild.

    Of course, the ZM 85 is slightly wider than the Leica 90, so it's not surprising that the frames are a bit tighter. After shooting with it for a short while, you will start to previsualize how much extra coverage you get outside of the frame. No big deal, really.
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    interesting, I was noticing a rather attractive girl to the right in the 3rd shot from top,(zm85 4 set) then noticed she was wearing a Tennessee State "something" shirt. LOL. Small world indeed.

    nice set Edward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    interesting, I was noticing a rather attractive girl to the right in the 3rd shot from top,(zm85 4 set) then noticed she was wearing a Tennessee State "something" shirt. LOL. Small world indeed.

    nice set Edward.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    You know Tim....you went through that elaborate explanantion of your post processing technique...cancel vignetting, then adding it back, then localized shapening and finally clarity adjustment....and do you think that cute adorable little pooch gives a damn....LOL! I bet you he loves his owner all the same (as his owner loves him), especally if he gets his daily treats! (I wasn't sure if that was your dog or not?)

    Oh by the way....lovely image and yes, often times the Noct f1 can present an image like no other.

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    Grand Canyon - South Rim; 35 Lux ASPH FLE on the M9-P ---

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    Beautiful shot of one of my favorite places, John.
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    Depth of field test for 35 lux... Interesting shot.



    I think my broom is a little worn... LOL I actually only used it for the front tractor wheels to give it a "parking" point when I strapped it in. I used to mow my Mother's yard, for 7 years. Now that Mom is in a home, and we have to do something with the house, I no longer use this trailer as much. We are paying someone to mow it. Thank goodness. I was worn out doing this.


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    my own scruffy little patch of Rhododindrum after 2 days of rain, a couple of blooms popped to enjoy a drying spell.

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    Some photos from the last month or so. First rangefinder I've ever owned (M-E), and loving it.









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    You seem to have the hang of zone focusing. Nice work!
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    Nice work everybody!

    Is it true that Leica only made two M's and you guys just overnight them to each other to keep us entertained?

    Cheers, Matt

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    My nephew slept over this weekend. Half of me wished we had another child because our son was so happy playing with his cousin, but half of me was glad that we didn't because the noise level seems to grow exponentially!


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    No, there's the Reichmann/Dubovoy/Reid copy and the one the Steve Huff just sold. Four in total...
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    Thank you very much for the likes, everyone!
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    That dog shot is awesome caught mid-air with Leica? Impressive. Great other shots here too. Zone focus indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    That dog shot is awesome caught mid-air with Leica? Impressive. Great other shots here too. Zone focus indeed.
    +1! Impressive indeed (shot of dog caught mid-air)..... and as Photojazz mentioned, some great shots all around by everyone. Really, really nice! David, don't you wish we could all drive like that out on the open roads? Oh wait, from the look at how drivers on my daily commute drive, some of them do...LOL!

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    Plus one from me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    That dog shot is awesome caught mid-air with Leica? Impressive. Great other shots here too. Zone focus indeed.
    Plus another one! What zone focus?! Way too shallow dof. I would say pre-focused and snapped at the right moment.

    Nice capture.
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    Wow, thank you everyone for the warm welcome.

    And yes Vivek you got it. The dog shot was taken late afternoon/early evening so had to open up to f1.7 or so to get a good shutter speed. Also funny you mention DOF, because I haven't shot FF that long and still have some problems deciding when and how far to stop down certain shots.

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    Keith makes it look easy. He probably focused on the branches below and asked his daughter to chase the dog to jump. That's how I would have done it :-)

    Is that the 75 'lux? I'm glad you put it into great use. It wasn't get enough love here because I also have the 85/2.

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    I go from 50/1.4 soon, to 90/2.0 version 3. There's a gap to be filled someday, with a 75 cron probably. But I have to rest a while on buying glass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardman View Post
    Keith makes it look easy. He probably focused on the branches below and asked his daughter to chase the dog to jump. That's how I would have done it :-)

    Is that the 75 'lux? I'm glad you put it into great use. It wasn't get enough love here because I also have the 85/2.
    Thanks Richard. Actually that's our son, but don't worry, we hear that a lot due to his hair length. He was trying to keep up with our dog, not chasing him.

    The dog shot was before I got the 75 lux from you and only one that wasn't with the lens, but since I got it, it's pretty much been a permanent fixture on the camera.

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    More from Madrid, Spain with M9 and 50 cron


    By the door by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Seńora by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Matador by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    City of the bear by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    That moment by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    Invisible captain by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


    What is that ?! by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr
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    Sorry Keith, but here's my story - at least once or twice a year, someone would call me "madam," and then apologize. At first I thought it must be my pony tail, which used to go almost down to my butt. However, I had it short for 4 years now and... same thing.

    My only conclusion is that I look like an ugly Chinese woman ;-)

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    Another birthday party, this time my 6 year old daughter

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    and the trusty rigid cron 50mm










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    Edward don't skimp on the posting of images from your part of the world I for one enjoy them and I love the image of the guy on the bench whose small toe pops out of the sandal like a thumb...
    Lloyd I would love to see a comparison if you have a way to see why the M8 converts better to B&W than the M9 just for educations sake ofcourse:-)
    I love the image of the MB gent, the tones in the white outfit are great.

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    Thanks ced. Unfortunately, I no longer have an M9 to make the comparisons with. For me it was a matter of the levels of tonality. Look, for example at the b/w conversions in Robert's post just above (dude163). Wonderful tonalities, whereas the M9 conversions for me didn't have the same nuance and subtlety. Just seemed harsher somehow. Now the MM, that's another story... no flies on that one.

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    Lloyd, thanks

    I agree after lusting for a M9 for a long time I did a lot of comparisons and found that for me , the M8 is more viable . I prefer to use vintage lenses and the M8 suits them well, it also does a fantastic job of B+W , sort of a poor mans Monochrom ( well except no 10000 ISO!)

    What some people overlook is pixel density , the M9 is full frame and is 18 MP the M8 is a 1.33 crop and is only 10 MP, relatively the same if you do the math

    Cheers!

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    for comparisons sake here is the same shot in Colour and then B+W

    look at the detail on her bracelet, cuff and the edge of the cake

    not bad for a lens from 1973 ( elmarit 135 f2.8, although this is at f5.6)




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    M9 with Voigtländer 50/1.5 Nokton.


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    First go at LR 4.4. M+21SEM-Dry Tortugas NP-Fort Jefferson-click to enlarge.

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    Here are 2 with same PP and then one switched to B&W via CS4.
    I can't figure where is the harshness...
    Maybe am missing something?
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    Dude I find the light tones in the batton and the top of the cake are lost during the conversion don't you think?

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    Different strokes for different folks. If it works for you, go with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dude163 View Post
    I agree after lusting for a M9 for a long time I did a lot of comparisons and found that for me , the M8 is more viable . I prefer to use vintage lenses and the M8 suits them well, it also does a fantastic job of B+W , sort of a poor mans Monochrom ( well except no 10000 ISO!)

    What some people overlook is pixel density , the M9 is full frame and is 18 MP the M8 is a 1.33 crop and is only 10 MP, relatively the same if you do the math

    Cheers!
    While I agree with what Llyod said above, there are no poor man's Leica. Do recall the thread about Sarah Lee and her mention (in a blog) about Leica prices. You, Robert, have a dentist camera (though it is practically useless for dental photography).

    The M9 is a much better camera than the M8, in every respect. Check out post 10115 from Mohammad.

    The atrociously expensive MM is in a very different class altogether.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    While I agree with what Llyod said above, there are no poor man's Leica. Do recall the thread about Sarah Lee and her mention (in a blog) about Leica prices. You, Robert, have a dentist camera (though it is practically useless for dental photography).

    The M9 is a much better camera than the M8, in every respect. Check out post 10115 from Mohammad.

    The atrociously expensive MM is in a very different class altogether.
    Well, having owned both M8 and M9 cameras, I mite have to take issue with there not being a poor man's Leica. I've moved onto shooting a Fuji X-E1. I find it better in almost every regard save for the difference in falloff between an APS-C and a full frame sized sensor. I can't get that full frame shallow depth of field with my Fuji, but in every other regard this little thing kicks even my M9's ***. At 10% of the cost, once you factor in the equivalent focal length lens.

    Both cameras are fast, the Fuji is almost silent, both make great prints, edge in color goes to Fuji, high ISO the Fuji is way better, and both have great ergonomics for the kind of documentary/street shooting I do. Leica lenses work well on both, but the EVF on the Fuji is way better to focus with in low light, which is where I spend most of my time. Is it a poor man's Leica? Nope, it doesn't have the Leica brand. But it doesn't give up much of anything else that helps great photographers create great photographs!

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    Hi Chuck
    . . . but the Fuji doesn't have a rangefinder!

    Lots of great shots - I'm keeping connected - lot's of stuff going on here, and not too much time for photography or forums - but hey - you have to keep that shutter clicking:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Jones View Post
    Well, having owned both M8 and M9 cameras, I mite have to take issue with there not being a poor man's Leica. I've moved onto shooting a Fuji X-E1. I find it better in almost every regard save for the difference in falloff between an APS-C and a full frame sized sensor. I can't get that full frame shallow depth of field with my Fuji, but in every other regard this little thing kicks even my M9's ***. At 10% of the cost, once you factor in the equivalent focal length lens.

    Both cameras are fast, the Fuji is almost silent, both make great prints, edge in color goes to Fuji, high ISO the Fuji is way better, and both have great ergonomics for the kind of documentary/street shooting I do. Leica lenses work well on both, but the EVF on the Fuji is way better to focus with in low light, which is where I spend most of my time. Is it a poor man's Leica? Nope, it doesn't have the Leica brand. But it doesn't give up much of anything else that helps great photographers create great photographs!
    You can list anything you want, cost, live view, etc, etc. Can your XE-1 do this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by algrove View Post
    First go at LR 4.4. M+21SEM-Dry Tortugas NP-Fort Jefferson-click to enlarge.

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    Very nice and atmospheric shot, kudos!
    I once went for lunch on the last of the dry tortugas, at the house of an elderly, interesting man who had a sort of expensive shack on it for weekend parties. I think it was the actual southernmost house in the USA... a strange, interesting and slightly odd place.

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    I see some things work the same in the Netherlands as here in the US. ROFLMAO.


    Dude163, your daughter's birthday party photos are wonderful. The M8 shined here.

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    Vivek, that second photo of the dogs and their look....simply priceless!

    Agree, the joy on those kids faces at the birthday party is what life is all about....pure happiness!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    I see some things work the same in the Netherlands as here in the US. ROFLMAO.

    Doug, That was zone focussed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Vivek, that second photo of the dogs and their look....simply priceless!



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    I have many candidate titles for those shots- Henry and Dogging being one.
    When I replace the ricketty old Rokkor with a Summcron 28, it will all be dogs and boket.

    Thanks, Dave and also for getting the name right this time.

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    Vivek; hilarious two shot series!
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    Thanks all

    ceh: Yes all I did for B+W was click the B+W button in lightroom, i didnt use any other sliders for my normal conversion

    re: Joy, yes the leica is great for the stealthy approach, a pal has a canon eos 7 and it sounds like an AK 47 CLACK CLACK CLACK zzzzz CLACK CLACK CLACK

    re: poor mans leica : saying you can get an M8 for about 1500 that is cheap for what you get , its barely more than an x100 and less than a 7D canon . However thats used M8 vs NEW others

    I hate the term dentist camera, I prefer Air traffic controllers camera

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    Quote Originally Posted by arild View Post
    Vivek; hilarious two shot series!
    Thanks, Arild.

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    Thanks all

    ceh: Yes all I did for B+W was click the B+W button in lightroom, i didnt use any other sliders for my normal conversion

    re: Joy, yes the leica is great for the stealthy approach, a pal has a canon eos 7 and it sounds like an AK 47 CLACK CLACK CLACK zzzzz CLACK CLACK CLACK

    re: poor mans leica : saying you can get an M8 for about 1500 that is cheap for what you get , its barely more than an x100 and less than a 7D canon . However thats used M8 vs NEW others

    I hate the term dentist camera, I prefer Air traffic controllers camera
    You have to justify your ownership and usage? OK.

    But the dentist camera sticks.

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    I am not trying to justify mine but i observed that a Leica cam does turn heads and gets noticed.


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    Vivek, don't you think the photos of the dogs would have been a better if you had been a tad closer?

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    re: Fun w/Digital M Images

    Go easy on a noob, will ya, Mikal?

    I am still working on it. First our own kind.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    Those tiny dogs need a better, faster focusing zoom.

    BTW, Mikal, I found a gorgeous sample of the 10.5cm PC Nikkor.
    Sale Items (http://www.getdpi.com/forum/gear-fs-...8806-sale.html)
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