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    I recently bought the Zeiss 25mm also, it is probably my favourite lens. Just a small note, I am on my 2nd copy, the first had a stiff focus ring with some backlash. I returned it for exchange and the replacement is fine mechanically. So make sure if you buy new that they have a good exchange policy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    I recently bought the Zeiss 25mm also, it is probably my favourite lens. Just a small note, I am on my 2nd copy, the first had a stiff focus ring with some backlash. I returned it for exchange and the replacement is fine mechanically. So make sure if you buy new that they have a good exchange policy.
    Congrats David!
    Hope to see some more of your results soon, although I hope it is not as freezing cold as overhere at the moment.

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    Loving my new GXR and M-mount module.

    Shot this one with a 28mm Summicron.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Take it easy, Godfrey. I am sure sooner or later that lens will be in your posession and you will not be disappointed. ...
    Don't worry, I'm not in any rush at all. I haven't even tried all my current lenses on the M9 yet ... So far I used the Color-Skopar 50 for most, a few with the Ultron 28, a couple with the Color-Skopar 21 and Hektor 135. I've now put the M-Rokkor 40/2 on the camera and I think I'll shoot with that for a while as it seems to perform beautifully. I've got it set to the Summicron-M 35mm f/2 (11310/11311) correction code and there seems to be no color shifting and beautiful resolution across the board this way. (Really must get a coding kit or have these lenses coded as it is a bit of a hassle to set the lens corrections manually.)

    I suspected the Biogon 25 would have difficulty on the NEX 7, thanks for the confirmation. I think that SLR lenses are a better choice to adapt to the NEX cameras ... the Leica R and Contax/Zeiss SLR lines provide a lot of wonderful choices, never mind the Nikkor AI, Olympus OM, Pentax M42/K and Canon FL/FD. The longer RF camera lenses do well on the NEX models too, but shorter focal lengths get very tricky: they're just not designed for these lenses like the GXR-M is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Loving my new GXR and M-mount module.

    Shot this one with a 28mm Summicron.

    Nice smooth results David.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Congrats David!
    Hope to see some more of your results soon, although I hope it is not as freezing cold as overhere at the moment.

    Michiel
    Thanks Michiel. Our weather has been rather mild, but there is a possibility of it turning colder this week. I like the cold weather for photography generally, as we get some nice atmospheric shots.
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    Around town with Voigtlander 15mm -

    Last edited by Agnius; 30th January 2012 at 06:13.

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    A few from today......shot with the ZM35 Planar.










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    @ Agnius :: intense color, sir! :-)

    @ Rich M :: lovely strong B&W. I particularly like the third, wonderful shapes and geometries.

    I've finally wrenched the Nokton 40 off the GXR and fitted the Ultron 28. That's what I'll be shooting with the GXR for the next week. (It's kinda as comparison to the M9 with the M-Rokkor 40/2 in a way. The latter combo has become welded together, it seems. A wonderful setup!)

    Looking forward to seeing what I see with these this week.

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    Thanks Godfrey.

    A little off topic......your M-Rokkor 90mm.......is it the Leitz version or the later CLE? Is there a difference between the two?

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    As far as I'm aware, all the M-Rokkor 90mm lenses were built by Leitz in Germany on the same production line as the Elmar-C 90mm. Mine definitely says "Made In Germany" on it. I don't think they revved the M-Rokkor 90.

    My M-Rokkor 40/2 is the second generation one (made for the CLE with multi coating) made by Minolta in Japan and it says "Made in Japan" on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    A little off topic......your M-Rokkor 90mm.......is it the Leitz version or the later CLE? Is there a difference between the two?

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    Nice colors Agnius! Always the good weather hey..

    Rich M; These do remind me of the Russian Constructivists.
    Photographers like Rodchenko.

    Michiel

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    Godfrey: Thanks for the kind words. I am in my "intense color" phase.
    Michiel: Can't complain about the weather - weekend has been unseasonably warm. I am not complaining.
    Rich: I like the first one - very industrial. Those dark skies - polarizer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    As far as I'm aware, all the M-Rokkor 90mm lenses were built by Leitz in Germany on the same production line as the Elmar-C 90mm. Mine definitely says "Made In Germany" on it. I don't think they revved the M-Rokkor 90.
    Thanks Godfrey......

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Rich M; These do remind me of the Russian Constructivists.
    Photographers like Rodchenko.

    Michiel
    When I was younger, Rodchenko was not a favorite of mine......everybody was in the "Zone" and those well developed mid-tones. I think I even used to avoid shooting mid-day. How silly. Everything has its place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agnius View Post
    Rich: I like the first one - very industrial. Those dark skies - polarizer?
    Agnius......orange filter on the lens.......and more orange filter applied in PP.

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    Is there a simple way to find one's posts on a long thread like this one? I can't recall if I posted these (I linked on the "no love for the GXR thread).

    These were all taken at ƒ8, using the CV 12/5.6, so an 18mm EFOV. They are for a house "stylist" (they furnish houses to improve the sales price and to allow buyers to get a feel for the spaces). Nothing artistic, but these are SOOC apart from a WB; no corrections of any kind.

    Laman_Pl_SELECTION - Page 1

    I like this camera

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    And I like your pictures as well, Kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    And I like your pictures as well, Kit.
    Me too

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    I had one with the Leica M mount on loan for a few weeks. This was with a 21mm elmarit pre asph.


    Fans, Condell Park by Geoff A Roberts, on Flickr

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    A Cup Of Coffee

    Sitting in a cafe for my afternoon break, making photos with the Ricoh GXR-M...


    Ricoh GXR-M + CV Ultron 28mm f/2

    Processed on the iPad 2 with Snapseed and Photogene[/I]

    thanks for looking! comments always appreciated.
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    I like the treatment you have given that one, Godfrey. Good stuff.

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    I've been participating in a image a day project on another forum for the month of January and this was the image I submitted for the last day as a toast to the others that were also part of the project.

    GXR w/A12 28mm module. (Btw, my new M mount arrived a couple days ago and my new to me Leica 40mm F2.0 arrives tomorrow.)

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    Lovely image, Duane, excellent conversion. This module is the only one that I have not bonded with; but in your hands, it sings.

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    We have not had a cat image for a while:

    http://kitlaughlin.com/bodypress/R1000659.jpg

    GXR A12 50, ISO 800, ƒ4, 1/34th"

    This is my favourite module for a walk-around camera and the macro focusses pretty close.

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    And this was the setup; my girlfriend was writing an article on how to use a cat to stretch your hips and the cat was thoughtfully providing the weight!

    Only ƒ4, and 1/26th", focus point edge of iPad, and no artistic merit whatsoever, but the flexibility of the 50 module can't be beat, for me.

    Definitely not as sharp as the M-module, but the AF works. No sharpening.

    http://kitlaughlin.com/bodypress/R1000660.jpg

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    Nice shot, Duane! (You're going to like the Summicron-C 40mm, I'm sure!)

    I go back and forth between the A12 28 and 50 mm camera units. Both work very well, sometimes the 28 is too wide and sometimes the 50 is too tight. But I think I do like shooting with the 50 more of the time. 28mm FoV seems very wide.

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    Can somebody explain how to insert the image itself in the post, rather than a URL? Cheers!

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    Beautiful pic, Duane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kit laughlin View Post
    Can somebody explain how to insert the image itself in the post, rather than a URL? Cheers!
    Use the "Insert Image" icon (the yellow rectangle with a Mountain), I think it looks like an envelope with a stamp actually.

    So, you click that icon and paste in your URL there.
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    Duane - super photo, look forward to your new ones with the M Module too.
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    Tones, composition, subject, spot on in that one Duane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duane Pandorf View Post
    I've been participating in a image a day project on another forum for the month of January and this was the image I submitted for the last day as a toast to the others that were also part of the project.

    GXR w/A12 28mm module. (Btw, my new M mount arrived a couple days ago and my new to me Leica 40mm F2.0 arrives tomorrow.)
    Superb!

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    Kit,

    [IMG]insert the location of the image[/IMG]

    Thus, your image (you can check this if you try to quote this post, how it is done):



    Kit's photo.

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    Crossposting this series with the "Fun with NEX thread", therefore the numbers are mixed up.
    This is an older one and in the next post they are from today.

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    I like the aesthetic in this one, Michiel, but the shadow areas are overly blue-cyan to my eye.

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    These are from today. A windy and cold but sunny day. Not many people in the streets.

    Michiel








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    #23 has a lot going on Michiel - I really like it.

    Not too much evidence of the photographer in these reflective shots

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    Hi, and thank you Keith.
    I try not to reveal myself. I don't know why actually, I am not that ugly
    I think it just takes away the attention from the scene.

    I did quiet a lot today so here are some more. ( There are lots of nice stores on the way to my new grandson )

    Michiel





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    Thanks you Vivek, and lovely images everyone.

    Does anyone here know how one might attach a filter holder to the CV 15? I am finding all my old Cokin grads etc. absolutely fantastic on the 12 (mine came with a bonus 77mm filter holder, and the Cokin base piece screws straight in.

    And, @ Rich M: brilliant and I would never have thought of using an orange filter this way in the digital era—but your top image shows that these now very old school methods are still all about light—and that has not changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kit laughlin View Post
    Does anyone here know how one might attach a filter holder to the CV 15? I am finding all my old Cokin grads etc. absolutely fantastic on the 12 (mine came with a bonus 77mm filter holder, and the Cokin base piece screws straight in.

    And, @ Rich M: brilliant and I would never have thought of using an orange filter this way in the digital era—but your top image shows that these now very old school methods are still all about light—and that has not changed.
    Thanks Kit.........I think the filter holder for the CV15 (LTM) is a tough go......I was looking at mine and am stymied. As I understand the CV15 M-mount has 52mm threads......but that doesn't help, does it?

    Michiel.....some nice shots in there. How do you find living with the GXR and NEX7?

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    Two from today..first ratoon.

    Elmar 24/3.8




    ZM50 Planar



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post

    Michiel.....some nice shots in there. How do you find living with the GXR and NEX7?

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    Rich, I like them both, preferences lie in menu system, more pixels, use of wider lenses etc etc. each camera has its advantages in one field or the other.
    But they are both small and deliver nice files.

    But ideal would be; A full frame 24 MP Ricoh with Leica mount with collapsible LCD screen and build in EVF and better buffer.
    Same sort of design, material but just a little bigger.

    Some dreams come true

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    I just picked up a GXR and A12 module after selling it a while back for a Nex 5. I really liked the Nex 5 for a lot of reasons and similar to Michiel I kind of wish I could cross-bread them. Add flip screen to the GXR with touch screen control for focus magnification, retain the hot shoe, upgrade to the great 16mp sensor but with the better GXR micorlenses, and make the M mount itself modular, so you can take it off and add adapters for things like Pen lenses. There is really nothing in the "tube" part of the M that means it has to be built into the M-module. I'd steal a little stabilization protomatter from the Pen series, too.

    "You used protomatter?"

    Anyway, hope to be able to post some GXR images soon.

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    Rich: nice b&w conversions! Love those pineapples!
    Michiel: interesting series!

    I like GXR system too, it has the right blend of functionality and priced fair. I eyeballed new fuji x cam, but without M adapter released I would not even think about it. So I am hoping for Ricoh to incorporate some Pentax magic into their line - 16MP sensor with better dynamic range and high ISO (MP don't really matter that much), Image Stabilization would be super nice, and that's it. I find body to be just fine. The VF-2 viewfinder could be improved - when I am shooting I find it not staying in place, my face keeps rotating it up. Would be nice to have stronger detents. Maybe I could put a rubber band or something around it. I was thinking about getting an M8 couple years back, but I am so happy with GXR-M that I feel pretty happy. Maybe M10.

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    Communicating #71


    Ricoh GXR-M + CV Ultron 28mm f/2


    It's always fun to speculate on "what might be better" in the land of equipment. But ...

    I'm happy with what I have now. The GXR is a fantastic camera. The M9 is outstanding too. Don't need anything, don't really want anything, other than the occasional burst of Magpie Syndrome firing off in my head. These bits are good enough. I just want to make photographs and am struggling to find time to do so.

    Ah, the perils of having a full-time job again. But, um, without it I wouldn't have the GXR and M9 ... !!! ;-)


    Thanks for looking. Comments always appreciated.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kit laughlin View Post
    Thanks you Vivek, and lovely images everyone.

    Does anyone here know how one might attach a filter holder to the CV 15? I am finding all my old Cokin grads etc. absolutely fantastic on the 12 (mine came with a bonus 77mm filter holder, and the Cokin base piece screws straight in.

    And, @ Rich M: brilliant and I would never have thought of using an orange filter this way in the digital era—but your top image shows that these now very old school methods are still all about light—and that has not changed.
    I know with my Leica M8 that I had to fit the mandatory UV/IR cut filter to the CV 15 LTM with Blu Tack! (A tip from Jono).
    Just a couple of bits of Blu Tack and put the filter on in reverse. Don't know if the cokin could be adapted in a similar way.
    If you are using a tripod just hold the grad in front of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Agnius View Post
    Rich: nice b&w conversions! Love those pineapples!
    Michiel: interesting series!

    The VF-2 viewfinder could be improved - when I am shooting I find it not staying in place, my face keeps rotating it up.
    I had that too, fixed it by putting a loop of scotch magic tape (sticky side out) between the base and bottom of the VF. It gives enough stickiness to hold it in place, but can be pulled apart if you do need to tilt the VF.
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    Ricoh GXR-M + CV Ultron 28mm f/2

    thanks for looking! comments appreciated.

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    Very nice, Godfrey. I like the sky and the overall composition and lighting.

    Here is one from this afternoon - a grotty telephone booth. Minolta 28-85 md zoom on the m-mount.

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    Re: Ricoh GXR - Show your images

    Nice compo!

    BTW Keith, do I remember well you have the Jupiter-12 35/2.8?
    Or was it the Perar?
    Because I just bought one It has a very potruding rear element.

    According to this http://ricohforum.com/phpbb/viewtopi...t=6881&start=0 list it seems to fit.

    Michiel

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