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    Don: "youse"—I thought that was an Australian expression—the great Jeff Fenech once said famously (after becoming world champion in a division of boxing): "I love youse all; I did it for youse!"

    Anyway, your sentiments are very welcome. cheers, KL

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    Kit, youse funny... oh, youse = you and your cat

    Youse is not proper English. I try to kill the Queen's English as much as I can...I'm told I do a fine job at it....
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    GXR M mount with Sigma 21-35 zoom

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    Keith ... This last one is fantastic! Absolutely the best. :-)

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    Ricoh GXR-M + CV Skopar 21mm f/4
    ISO 200 @ f/5.6 @ 1/320 second

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    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    What I find interesting on this thread, is the diversity of style and intent. Yeah, I know it's a photo thread but it is inspired by a single camera. Well, almost a single camera. Godfrey's M9 doesn't count.
    ...
    LOL! Couldn't agree more. ;-)

    It seems in the past few months I've come up with a surfeit of cameras and imaging ideas and a deficit on time to use them. Oh well.

    The GXR is quite special. This thread really demonstrates that. It is a polyglot camera capable of being and doing a heck of a lot of different things through its modular design. Can't thank Keith enough for suggesting it to me.

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    Kieth, can you post an image of that zoom on the GXR, please? I can't imagine it on the GXR; and what mount?

    @ Streetshooter; if you'd ever heard Jeff talking, you'd know it's not 'proper' English, but a very enduring and (in his case) endearing expression, just the same. cheers!

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    Thanks Godfrey. That picture is a massive crop.

    Kit - here is the lens. It is on a MD-LM mount. It balances quite well, and I've been pleased with its performance.

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    Keith, thanks for the photo. Looking at the lens on there, I now realize that the size of the new zoomie won't bother me at all.

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    On the road traveling this week for work. A quick grab from the hotel lobby with the GXR/A12 Mount and Leica Summicron-C 1:2/40 wide open.

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    Neat lens, Keith.

    In addition to the Polaroid SX-70 (see Time Zero ...), my uncle gifted me with his Nikon N80 and Pronea S cameras and lenses. The pick of the batch is the Nikon 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5D IF-AF ... I haven't tried it on the GXR yet but I will. About 40 to 160 mm EFL is a nice one-lens zoom range for wandering about sporting events, despite being a bit on the slow side.

    That's a nice lobby shot, Duane!

    The Summicron-C 40mm is one of my old favorites. I'm using its sibling - the second generation M-Rokkor 40/2 - on the M9 right now, but it's just as 'at home' on the GXR as a long normal rather than being a wide normal. ;-)

    Too much equipment again. Sigh. Oh well, my Impossible film for the SX-70 arrived today. If I can get up to SF tomorrow, I'll bring that along as well as the GXR and see what I can see with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Neat lens, Keith.
    ...

    That's a nice lobby shot, Duane!

    The Summicron-C 40mm is one of my old favorites. I'm using its sibling - the second generation M-Rokkor 40/2 - on the M9 right now, but it's just as 'at home' on the GXR as a long normal rather than being a wide normal. ;-)

    Too much equipment again. Sigh. Oh well, my Impossible film for the SX-70 arrived today. If I can get up to SF tomorrow, I'll bring that along as well as the GXR and see what I can see with it.
    Look forward to your SF shots. I'm finding the 40mm maybe just a bit long for me. The A12 28mm module that I have is fine when I really need wide angle, but I'm thinking I may try the Voight 28 Ultron to get a little bit wider than the 40mm that I have for my normal lens.

    I can't afford the Leica 28mm Summicron F2 and I'd prefer one stop faster than the Leica Elmarit-M 28mm f2.8. However, that Elmarit is probably impossible to beat wide open.
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    Duane, If you can find the 28 1.9 Ultron...you'd have a gem for that focal length.
    If you can't find one...I'll lend you mine.
    Don

    ps... I'd send it to you FedEx but I don't know about their pilots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    Duane, If you can find the 28 1.9 Ultron...you'd have a gem for that focal length.
    If you can't find one...I'll lend you mine.
    Don

    ps... I'd send it to you FedEx but I don't know about their pilots.
    Don, I may have to take you up on that offer. I'm not yet ready to buy one and want to shoot a month or more with this 40mm until I get the hang of shooting manually. But so far I'm liking the results I'm getting from the A12 Mount.
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    Unloading raw sugar from the floating winter warehouse . .

    M mount with Sigma 21-35 zoom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duane Pandorf View Post
    Look forward to your SF shots. I'm finding the 40mm maybe just a bit long for me. The A12 28mm module that I have is fine when I really need wide angle, but I'm thinking I may try the Voight 28 Ultron to get a little bit wider than the 40mm that I have for my normal lens.

    I can't afford the Leica 28mm Summicron F2 and I'd prefer one stop faster than the Leica Elmarit-M 28mm f2.8. However, that Elmarit is probably impossible to beat wide open.
    Unfortunately I didn't get there. Oh well, next week maybe.

    Yes, 40mm on the APS-C format is a touch long ... I love it, but I do like having something a bit shorter as well. I tend to toggle between the 40 and 21 most of the time, but sometimes—like recently—I fit a 28mm and just use the one lens.

    I have both the Ultron 28mm f/2 and the Color-Skopar 28mm f/3.5. Both are delightful lenses (probably not quite up to the Summicron-M 28/2 or Elmarit-M 28/2.8 but darn good). The Ultron 28/1.9 is preferred by many .. I think mostly because it doesn't focus shift where the 28/2 does. (If you're working with a Leica M it's a bit of a problem, but with a TTL camera like the GXR it's not.) The f/1.9 flares more wide open, the f/2 is slightly softer wide open.

    The Color-Skopar 28 is just a delightful, small lens. It seems to be very sharp even wide open and it is very unobtrusive and fun to work with.

    It's a toss up ... I'm happy with both Voigtländers. Personally, if I were going for a Zeiss or Leica lens, I'll likely go for the Biogon 25mm f/2.8 ZM.

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    I know this is slightly OT, but I will have a pristine 25/2.5 Biogon for sale as soon as I get home this week; on the GXR, I find that it's a bit front heavy, but the results optically are excellent. I am on the lookout myself for of the CV 28/3.5s that Godfrey talks about, just for this use: it's the perfect walk-around focal length for me. "ƒ8 and be there!" anybody?

    Godfrey, which of the CV28s is the sharper at ƒ8, or are they pretty much identical at this aperture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kit laughlin View Post
    I know this is slightly OT, but I will have a pristine 25/2.5 Biogon for sale as soon as I get home this week; on the GXR, I find that it's a bit front heavy, but the results optically are excellent. I am on the lookout myself for of the CV 28/3.5s that Godfrey talks about, just for this use: it's the perfect walk-around focal length for me. "ƒ8 and be there!" anybody?

    Godfrey, which of the CV28s is the sharper at ƒ8, or are they pretty much identical at this aperture?
    By f/5 or so, the Ultron 28/2 and the Color Skopar 28/3.5 are just about indistinguishable from one another. The little Skopar is a delight at f/5-f/8. I got lucky and found a truly "as new" black one that someone in SoCal had up for sale. I nipped it up in a hurry; don't know why Cosina/Voigtländer decided not to do an M-bayonet version of the Color-Skopar 28 and 50 mm lenses. They're both really sweet.

    BTW:
    Remember that the old "f/8 and be there!" exhortation of 35mm photography is more like "f/5 and be there!" in APS-C format. I tend to have either lens set to f/4.5-5 most of the time. :-)

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    Hello Godfrey; thanks for that. Yes, I am aware of the new rule... but sharpness is just so much more critical these days, so I just go with the old rule! I have emailed Stephen at cameraquest, in case he can find me one of the Color Skopars; I am with you on that one, too. I'd rather have a tiny kit, and 1600 ISO is acceptable on the M module for snapshots, IMHO. Cheers, KL

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    Carnaval 2012 (A12-28)


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    Hey all; this one courtesy of the CV 50/1.5, via RPP (for Mitch), with a little tweaking courtesy of PK Sharpener. I love the bokeh of this lens, not to mention 'Predator' focussing mode.



    This is Suu Kyi; Miss Neatness (check the feet). The long-suffering model who just wants to sit in peace.

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    That is one heck of a kitty, kit!

    Nice lens!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kit laughlin View Post
    I know this is slightly OT, but I will have a pristine 25/2.5 Biogon for sale as soon as I get home this week; on the GXR, I find that it's a bit front heavy, but the results optically are excellent. I am on the lookout myself for of the CV 28/3.5s that Godfrey talks about, just for this use: it's the perfect walk-around focal length for me. "ƒ8 and be there!" anybody?
    I would never sell the 25/2.5 Biogon. It is by far my favourite lens on the GXR!
    You will regret it. Is this topheavy already for a big guy like you?
    I agree the ZM Zeiss lenses draw a little cool (oposed to the Contax Zeiss), but so sharp and easy to focus.
    No problem in PP.

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    Two with the Biogon.

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    Michiel, I really like the first one (bicycle and pedestrian).

    I like the results of the Biogon; it's more that I want the smaller 28 Color Skopar for a forthcoming trip to Italy—a one-lens, take-camera-everywhere thing.

    @ Godfrey: that really made me smile (and it took quite a while to explain the 'big' reference to Miss O, my partner, because in reality, Suu Kyi is one of the smallest cats around!).

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    cOOke spEEd panchrO ser III 25mm @ t 2.8±... gXr



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    cOOke spEEd panchrO ser III 25mm @ t 2.8±... gXr



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    Both YB!

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    From the series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    That is one heck of a kitty, kit!

    Nice lens!

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    +1

    I never understood why they discontinued that lens. It has a combination of sharpness and bokeh that is very unusual considering its relatively modest price. The 50/1.1 isn't even close.

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    Traveling this week for work and grabbed another hotel lobby shot. GXR with Leica Summicron-C 1:2/40mm

    Also posted on my blog: Duane Pandorf

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    Nice lobby again, Duane!
    Could become a nice serie of Hotel Lobbys.
    They certainly have that special atmosphere of how the designers think they can please the quests.

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    Got two lenses back from Will van Manen(Cameraservice) who gave them both a complete CLA.
    They operate smoothly again and are cleaned.
    Had to try them out today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Got two lenses back from Will van Manen(Cameraservice) who gave them both a complete CLA.
    They operate smoothly again and are cleaned.
    Had to try them out today.
    Very nice shots Michiel.....the second (woman in front of poster) is a great capture.

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    For Michiel:



    I tried a few croppings; I decided that FF was best. The 50 macro module, run through RPP (Mitch, I am going to be posting on workflow soon), K64 film mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Got two lenses back from Will van Manen(Cameraservice) who gave them both a complete CLA.
    They operate smoothly again and are cleaned.
    Had to try them out today.
    ........

    Michiel
    I see you have a couple lenses I have on my wish list. Especially the Elmarit 90/2.8. I may have to settle for the 90/4.0 though.

    I'm thinking I'd like to go to a 28/2 or 35/1.4 for a fast "normal" lens on this kit. Then the 50/2 for more of a portraiture lens. Then the 90 for when I need the reach. I need to shoot some more with my 40 though before I make any other decisions.
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    Old buildings with deep, dark corners......another ZM50 Sonnar shot wide open.



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    Quote Originally Posted by kit laughlin View Post
    For Michiel:
    I tried a few croppings; I decided that FF was best. The 50 macro module, run through RPP (Mitch, I am going to be posting on workflow soon), K64 film mode.

    I did follow the whole discussion on the RPP workflow on the FM and RF fora. Interesting, but I am not prepared to change my whole workflow to the Mac platform.
    I hope a Window version will be available soon.

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    For my series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    Old buildings with deep, dark corners......another ZM50 Sonnar shot wide open.



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    Rich, another nice theme - I like themes to focus on - Old buildings with deep, dark corners

    Good in B&W!

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    25mm Zeiss ZM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agnius View Post
    25mm Zeiss ZM.
    Agnius.....how do you like the ZM25?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    Agnius.....how do you like the ZM25?

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    No complains about IQ. I wish it was little smaller physically, but I guess that's the price for f2.8. Mechanically there are no issues. FOV of 25mm works for me - I shot surfer burial at the beach with it, Leica Digital Journey. I also have 28mm f2.8 Elmarit, which is excellent AND small. But for the price, ZM 25 is a real deal.

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    Another Sonnar shot.......wide open.



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    Another very nice shot.

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    The ZM 25 shots are fantastic

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    Hello,

    I want to thank all of you for starting, participating in, and continuing this incredible thread.

    Each of you helped point me in the direction of the GXR which I very recently acquired.

    I am still new to photography and trying to learn from people that are incredibly skilled and have vision like the posters on this thread.

    Wish I could say I knew more about composition and many other areas of photography but I am eager to learn and try to find more time to take pictures.

    Hopefully this photo will be linked correctly so I can share one of my favorite early pictures I took of my son Joshua. He is a wonderful 11 month old boy.

    Taken with my newly acquired Nikon 55mm f2.8 Micro with Fotodiox adaptor.



    Thank you all and I will continue to follow this thread and learn as much as possible.

    Best Regards,

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    Charming shot Nick, one for the album!
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    Lovely image Nick, glad you have been enjoying the thread.

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    Re: Ricoh GXR - Show your images

    Great stuff from all youse guys. ;-)

    Past week and some i've been shooting film (Polaroid SX-70 with Impossible film and Nikon Pronea S with Advantix B&W) so I have nothing particularly new out of the GXR to show. I'm scanning two rolls out of the Pronea*S right now.

    too many cameras, not enough time.

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