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    Hi Kurt.

    Thanks ever so much for sharing your thoughts regarding the new M. I appreciated it when you expressed your concerns regarding color when you shot with your friends "M" a while back and now once again after use with your own personal "M" camera at present. At the time of your earlier posting on the other forum, I too had the chance to work with many full rez "M" RAW files, kindly supplied and had similar impressions and concerns of the quality of its RAW output. I believe when someone is willing to share their honest assessment, whether it be good, bad or indifferent, it's an important contribution that should be respected and judged on it's own merit and discussed in a respectful way. This can only benefit and enhance our understanding of the positives and negatives of newly released equipment. I too hope that through updated Lightroom Profiles and/or firmware camera updates, that the new "M" and it's output continues to improve.

    With that said, I apologize for my incorrect explanation of the attributes of your excellent image above (#5). Here is my correct explanation of the elements within that image:

    "On the RIGHT side of the bus's side, there is a picture of youthful boy and girl who look like a young couple (together) and then next to them a young girl looking straight ahead. Next to that young girl, standing on the street is actual guy with headphones and looks like he is with that young girl pictured on the bus, as though they too were a couple. Very effective and nicely captured. I almost wish the older woman walking in the opposite direction next to the bus, wasn't part of this image."

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    A few from the past week.







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    Quote Originally Posted by kuujinbo View Post
    Love the series. Your photos have a unique and consistent signature I really like, especially the B&W. Probably strange, but I always view threads from the last page and hit the End key - don't see the poster's name that way. Always know which ones are yours.
    Mohammad: Big +1! All of those photos that you've been posting from Madrid are brilliant!
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    Matt, it's my greatest pleasure and honor that you are enjoying my Madrid set, thank you so much for the kind words, i really miss my beautiful moments there cheers! my friend.

    More from the streets of Madrid with M9 and 28 cron


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    Mohammad - Great Madrid sets, keep them coming! You have a great, consistent signature to the look of your photos. Something many strive for!

    kuujinbo - Great set as always, my wife loves your pup :-)
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    Not been posting here in last few weeks (or months?), as I've been toying with film a lot and posting in other threads.

    In any case, portrait session of sorts with my wife. She needed some for her fitness portfolio now that she is also yoga certified.

    All M8 & 50 lux v2







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    From the other night: Maneki's and SoDo. W/35mm Summilux FLE.









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    M8 + 35 Summarit

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    Leica M at dawn, with 35mm Summilus f/1.4 FLE. "Morning After" on the National Mall.

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    Nokton 50/1.5
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    Leica M9 / Tri-Elmar 4.0 50mm

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    Another one.



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    Quote Originally Posted by sjg284 View Post
    kuujinbo - Great set as always, my wife loves your pup :-)
    Thank you Steve, and we love Hanzo too.

    Congratulations to your wife on her yoga certification. I stretch before every workout (getting old, no choice) and can only dream of that kind of flexibility and body control...
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    A hot day down at the marina. Leica M-E with Contax G 35mm f/2 Planar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    In the meanwhile, I'm enjoying the M. I'm most pleased with the higher ISO, the increased dynamic range and the multi-field exposure setting.
    Kurt, could you expand a bit on how you use the multi-field exposure setting? Do you use this in classic or advanced mode, and with or without the EVF? Does the delayed shooting (in order for the shutter to open, close and open again) present any problems?

    I appreciate your feedback.

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    Multifield is Advanced Mode, I believe, and Classic Mode is always Center Weighted Average.
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    Mine is set to multifield in the Classic Mode.

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    In keeping with Matt's blue hour theme -

    35 FLE


    90 APO


    50 Noct ASPH
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    humble apologies, this is a Nikon shot. I just wanted to take a family portrait:

    Single parent M9 with newest child: 75mm APO Summicron ASPH mounted:
    The rest of the kids: 24mm 1.4 FLE Summilux ASPH, 35mm 1.4 Summilux FLE ASPH, 50mm FLE Summilux ASPH, 90mm Version 3 Summicron, in no particular order...

    /M-TP240/MM+Luxious trinity(24:35:50) + 75 2.0 APO ASPH Cron + Nikon D3X/D700, 58 1.2 noct, 28 1.4d,200VR + Zeiss 35/50/100 + 135mm 2.0 DC, 17-35/24-70/70-200VRII, Einstein studio...
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    Leica M (240) w/35mm Lux FLE.







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    Nothing better than a wallow in a cool mud pit on a hot day.



    Followed by some nice chilled seafood.



    Leica M-E with the Voigtlander 21mm f/1.8 Ultron ASPH.
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    Re: Fun with the New Leica M

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff S View Post
    Kurt, could you expand a bit on how you use the multi-field exposure setting? Do you use this in classic or advanced mode, and with or without the EVF? Does the delayed shooting (in order for the shutter to open, close and open again) present any problems?

    I appreciate your feedback.

    Jeff

    Hi Jeff,

    After a few more days of shooting, I realized that I was a little too enthusiastic about multi-field metering. I liked using the multi-field option especially when shooting subjects with bright backgrounds. Just as your questions imply, the delayed shooting in advanced mode really has an impact on the ability to fire off successive shots. So now I'm strictly using classic metering. The great thing about the new M is that the excellent dynamic range allows you pull back quite a bit out of the shadows making shooting in the classic mode quite exciting ... especially when you need to shoot directly into the light. I don't use a viewfinder since I'm a big fan of carrying around the camera in one hand with a thumbs-up attached.

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    Instead of fireworks, I opted for camping for July 4th and some nice sunrises.





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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    Hi Jeff,

    After a few more days of shooting, I realized that I was a little too enthusiastic about multi-field metering. I liked using the multi-field option especially when shooting subjects with bright backgrounds. Just as your questions imply, the delayed shooting in advanced mode really has an impact on the ability to fire off successive shots. So now I'm strictly using classic metering. The great thing about the new M is that the excellent dynamic range allows you pull back quite a bit out of the shadows making shooting in the classic mode quite exciting ... especially when you need to shoot directly into the light. I don't use a viewfinder since I'm a big fan of carrying around the camera in one hand with a thumbs-up attached.

    Kurt
    What I'm trying to fully grasp is why in multi-field metering as described, is there a delay in shooting (successive frames?). I would have thought regardless of the metering mode, triggering of the shutter itself shouldn't be affected. I'm thinking along the lines of the various metering modes found in other cameras. They all assess the scene in different ways but don't delay the firing of the shutter. That is unless I'm misunderstanding this asptec of the M240?

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    Thanks, Kurt.

    Dave, in classic mode, metering is the same as with prior digital Ms, i.e., read off the shutter curtain (by 3 small eyes at the bottom of the bayonet). The shutter doesn't need to open for metering. However, in advanced mode, metering is done in live view directly off the sensor (either center weighted, spot or multi-field). So, to do this, the shutter must cycle open to meter, then close and then open again for actual exposure.

    At least that's what I think happens; hence the lag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff S View Post
    Thanks, Kurt.

    Dave, in classic mode, metering is the same as with prior digital Ms, i.e., read off the shutter curtain (by 3 small eyes at the bottom of the bayonet). The shutter doesn't need to open for metering. However, in advanced mode, metering is done in live view directly off the sensor (either center weighted, spot or multi-field). So, to do this, the shutter must cycle open to meter, then close and then open again for actual exposure.

    At least that's what I think happens; hence the lag.

    Jeff
    Thanks for the explanation Jeff, makes perfect sense. I would have thought it relative easy for Leica to possibly use only one of the "eyes" for spot metering (although it would have to be able to read centrally off the shutter curtain) without the need to go into live mode, thereby giving the option of at least two metering modes without the shutter delay.

    I also wonder though if there was a creative approach for Leica to develop a way to also take multiple readings off the shutter curtain for center weighted metering? I would think there times where this delay would be inappropriate for certain types of shooting but whereby some of these metering options would be desirable.

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    ZM C Sonnar:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Photojazz View Post
    humble apologies, this is a Nikon shot. I just wanted to take a family portrait:

    Single parent M9 with newest child: 75mm APO Summicron ASPH mounted:
    The rest of the kids: 24mm 1.4 FLE Summilux ASPH, 35mm 1.4 Summilux FLE ASPH, 50mm FLE Summilux ASPH, 90mm Version 3 Summicron, in no particular order...
    Lacking a second parent, the MM or the M240.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    Instead of fireworks, I opted for camping for July 4th and some nice sunrises.
    David, I'll go for a camping with a nice sunrise like the one in your first shot, anytime.

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    Does Jackson fit in well in there?
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    6 MP is all you need. Epson R1 Ds with 35mm summilux pre asph. what a wonderful camera







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    After Dark. Leica M with Noctilux f/0.95.

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    Leica M9 + Ultron 28mm f/2

    Hunting through my Lightroom catalog, this photo I made last year caught my eye...

    Thanks for looking, comments always appreciated!

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    Thanks for the likes, y'all!

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    Washington Monument with its temporary restoration scrim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimothyHyde View Post
    Washington Monument with its temporary restoration scrim.


    Hi Tim. A great picture. I think this scene actually warrants a repeat visit by you and take a careful picture (better timing, foreground, etc). . It's unlikely the monument will be in this state for decades. Quite unique opportunity
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    "Hi Tim. A great picture. I think this scene actually warrants a repeat visit by you and take a careful picture (better timing, foreground, etc). . It's unlikely the monument will be in this state for decades. Quite unique opportunity"

    Thanks, mmbma. I shoot this often and from a variety of angles and spots and have done so over many years. Not sure what you mean by timing, but there is nothing in the foreground I didn't chose to leave. Believe me, monuments without people or construction cranes or orange cones or McDonalds litter get pretty boring pretty fast.

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    Steve, Thank you so much for the kind words for the Madrid set, glad you liked, unfortunately that was the last subset of the whole set, it was a wonderful experience and i really miss lot of things from there, cheers! .. your yoga set is stunning ! i'm so sold to try your wife's yoga class !

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    Look of drama by M.ALKHAMIS, on Flickr


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    Mohammad, superb set!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimothyHyde View Post
    "Hi Tim. A great picture. I think this scene actually warrants a repeat visit by you and take a careful picture (better timing, foreground, etc). . It's unlikely the monument will be in this state for decades. Quite unique opportunity"

    Thanks, mmbma. I shoot this often and from a variety of angles and spots and have done so over many years. Not sure what you mean by timing, but there is nothing in the foreground I didn't chose to leave. Believe me, monuments without people or construction cranes or orange cones or McDonalds litter get pretty boring pretty fast.
    Hey Tim

    Not meant as a criticism at all but, yes, I believe there's a better shot to be had here. I would try it if it were accessible to me.

    A very simple rule of thumb for me: would i want to print it big and hang it in my living room? In this case, almost. but not quite. I think there's a better shot to be had at this scene. I dont' know how, but i sure would like it if you found out

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    Quote Originally Posted by xdayv View Post
    Mohammad, superb set!
    Thanks Dave, so glad that you liked
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    Jazz, please let the kids know that you love all of them equally or they will have issues when they get older.

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    This ratty looking old desert cactus stays in the basement all winter, but it faithfully blooms profusely every summer. Leica M-E with Contax G 45mm f/2 Planar (M mount), shot at f/4 in late evening.

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    Three from Tokyo

    Shot with an M9 -- the first two with a 24 lux and the third with a 50 lux.








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    My youngest brother is in town from Ottawa and we went out flying model aeroplanes with my dad and all the kids

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    episode 2, this time 1964 summicron 50 on my M8
    one of the cool rubber powered models, only 10 inch wingspan, weighs about 15 grams



    my 6 yr old nephew if you look closely, you can see my reflection in his sunglasses

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    Night fishermen on the Potomac. Leica M with Noctilux f/0.95

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    Stopped at a small classic car show before lunch today.









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    Went to the recently opened Leica store in LA today to double check my recently acquired 35'Lux. What a great lens... the constrast, sharpness, colors, I almost prefer every image straight out of camera.

    Here are some shots of the gigantic 1 million dollar sculpture sitting in the store:




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    I can just imagine what the size of the SD card will be for that!
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    Re: Fun with the New Leica M

    On a trip to the cemetery today, where my wife's parents are buried, I came across this scene. Couldn't pass it up.

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