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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    I've fixed 'details' now. it was a detail/details plural problem
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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Sorry about the OT post but could not help it:

    Bandwidths

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/8248056.stm

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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Next time Mr Internet appears in the office I'll ask him about pricing for carrier pigeons!



    Still, it seems to be ok now (*touches wood*)
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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    hahahahah - what a great story!


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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Silas - fyi at least here the "Detail" gallery link still returns an error. What works though is manually adding an "s" (you mentionned "plural") directly into the url line, so that it reads "http://www.slack.co.uk/m9/details/index.html" instead of"http://www.slack.co.uk/m9/detail/index.html" (not working)

    That being said, i have to say that i'm a bit disappointed in the details / close-up potential of the M9 from these pictures. Maybe it's the small jpeg... Or maybe it's still an area where Leica is not really a top performer... we'll know more in time, maybe with larger files.

    Again, as said on last page: many many thanks to both of you!

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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Many thanks (that's plural!) to both Silas and Jono for the Words & Pictures!!!

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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    It has given me a lot of confidence to see that jono has been a beta tester for 3 months. Corlan, the detail gallery is not the best; my favorites areall the rest. I specially enjoyed the wideangle shots. I am impressed that we have such good 16 mm capacity in a dig rangefinder. The wedding pictures are also grate and I agree that this camera must make for the best wedding tool I can think of. It is also very important for me that it can be used so well with all the other film rangefinders.

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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Silas - fyi at least here the "Detail" gallery link still returns an error. What works though is manually adding an "s" (you mentionned "plural") directly into the url line, so that it reads "http://www.slack.co.uk/m9/details/index.html" instead of"http://www.slack.co.uk/m9/detail/index.html" (not working)
    I'm pretty sure the HTML is change properly... could you be using a cached version of the main page (M9pictures.html)?

    It works ok from here
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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Quote Originally Posted by cmb_ View Post
    Many thanks (that's plural!) to both Silas and Jono for the Words & Pictures!!!
    It's been a pleasure to help out (and we had a lot of fun in Baku when he was using it there -- I borrowed an M8, a rare priviledge!) .

    I'm sure Jono will reappear at some point. Maybe when he gets off the beach this evening!

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    Wow and thank-you...

    to Jonathan and Silas for the assist in posting the short but informative text on the M9.

    The pictures, however, are where the action is. Heretofore, the pics that I have seen have not shown the M9 to any particular advantage. Jono's pics, though, are many and varied and provide grist for anyone's mill.

    If the pics could be annotated with info such as lenses used, ISOs etc. it would be nice, but again thanks for a photographic tour de force!
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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    What I want to know is will Leica make me an ala carte version like Jono's. Having M8 on it would so desceptive.

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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Just received a text from Jono which BTW is in Crete and he wanted to thank everyone for there comments and was more than happy to get the site up today for you viewing pleasure. He also wanted everyone to know he only has his Iphone with him and trying to load images up would cost 10 dollars per mg.

    So doing the math here he can either buy a M9 or put up 30 images on the web. Da, buy the M9. My numbers are not real but you get the point.

    Silas , dad said clean the bloody house before he gets home. Just kidding he did not say that . But from Jack and I thanks for getting the site going and now you are a member here we love for you to hang out and have fun with us.
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    Re: Wow and thank-you...

    Quote Originally Posted by beamon View Post

    If the pics could be annotated with info such as lenses used, ISOs etc. it would be nice, but again thanks for a photographic tour de force!
    Hmm.. I'm seeing that if with every image. Wonder why you're not?

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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Jono, (and Silas), well done indeed. I enjoyed the write up, and the pix almost have me back on the bandwagon. Thanks again.

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    Re: Wow and thank-you...

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Hmm.. I'm seeing that if with every image. Wonder why you're not?
    If this weren't so sad it would be funny. I'm so accustomed to looking for annotations about photos either above or below the picture, I completely neglected to look at the side. There they are!

    Thanks for getting me back to the images, this time with peripheral vision alerted.
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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Shooting tele's too much Roger need to switch to the wide angles.
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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    But from Jack and I thanks for getting the site going and now you are a member here we love for you to hang out and have fun with us.
    I certainly will. I often read threads on here and find useful info... very lazy!

    Now i will try to post some!

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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Quote Originally Posted by johnastovall View Post
    What I want to know is will Leica make me an ala carte version like Jono's. Having M8 on it would so desceptive.
    I have a spare M8 top plate for you John.

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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Many thanks to Jono and Silas. Well done!

    Very nice photos Jono.

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    Gentlemen Slack,
    thank you so much for the great entertainment
    Silas for getting the site up and Jono for his wonderful story and splendid shots

    All the best.
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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Jono,

    Nice job with the M9 overview and the sample shots.

    If the goal of using a Leica is to invoke emotion from the viewer then you've been successful. I'm suddenly homesick for merry England all of a sudden.

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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Ahh, thank you both for getting this up for us to read. I love the wedding photos. I think a lot of wedding photographers will be looking or buying this leica.

    It also seems there was one picture I remember seeing posted here of the wedding photographer. An M9 photo posted here and we didn't even know it

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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Shooting tele's too much Roger need to switch to the wide angles.
    Yeah another reason to buy the M9. My 35/Lux ASPH will then act like a 35mm lens!
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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Quote Originally Posted by silasslack View Post
    Thanks Guy, but it's all up now.

    http://www.slack.co.uk/M9

    Enjoy!

    Silas

    thank you, i have been wondering how you and other testers were able to mingle in public with an M9 without anyone noticing that you have a model that was not supposed to exist.

    by the way, i think it was a delight looking at pictures such as yours taken at high ISO without being reminded that they were from a digital camera. the high ISO images are very nice. i've said it often, but i won't shy away from saying it again, it reminds me of film grain. "film grain" is good, it's like fiber for the eyes.
    Last edited by Daniel; 11th September 2009 at 05:59.

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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Quote Originally Posted by monza View Post
    He wasn't exactly kind in his words )(uneven quality)...and neglected to say that the shots were taken with firmware at all different stages of completion.

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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    I was confused by Mike's comment "you might find his pictures quite uneven" - I actually think it might be some kind of typo but have no idea what he meant to say.
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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    It is this kind of derivative discussion (comment of an excerpt of a review/user experience), that is not very useful, IMHO.

    Those of us who got a glimpse of Jono from here (and perhaps elsewhere) know that he has been his true self in his words and his photos.

    I would like to applaud all the work/effort the Slacks have put into this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post

    I would like to applaud all the work/effort the Slacks have put into this.
    I'll second that.

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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    +1 more.
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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    It is this kind of derivative discussion (comment of an excerpt of a review/user experience), that is not very useful, IMHO.

    Those of us who got a glimpse of Jono from here (and perhaps elsewhere) know that he has been his true self in his words and his photos.

    I would like to applaud all the work/effort the Slacks have put into this.
    If I was being unhelpful, it was not my intention. Sorry.
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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    I was confused by Mike's comment "you might find his pictures quite uneven" - I actually think it might be some kind of typo but have no idea what he meant to say.
    Pretty sure Mike's comments meant exactly what he said. But as Vivek mentioned, his commenting on other people's reviews was just hot air filling his blog. He should come up with something original on his ad site, oops sorry, web blog, rather than snipe at others.

    to Jono for his efforts and images.

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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    Damn, and just when I thought I said goodbye to rangefinders..
    I know the feeling.........!!

    I have only just read this thread after being away at the Leica Fellowship meeting at Lytham St. Annes last week.

    Jono's review has also re-ignited my own interest in RF cameras again....at last FF on a rangefinder. Those lovely lenses can now be used as intended by the designers.

    It is a pity that the Maestro processor could not have been used to provide a little more ISO though but still a very creditable performance for an 18Mpx cam.

    Now will the rumoured Zeiss RF camera make an appearance soon and will that level of competition then spark off the M9.2? Exciting times.
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    Exclamation Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review coming 9/10

    Parts of Jono's story and pictures can be found in the latest issue of LFI magazine [7/2009] ...
    Bart ...

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    9 weeks with an M9 (I'm back folks!)

    Hi there everyone
    I've been away from the internet for a couple of weeks (in Crete with an M9) so I've missed all the brouhaha. I know that many of you have seen my simple field report, but some may not have done, and anyway there was no scope for reply.
    This is not meant to be any sort of competition for the 'proper' review sites, and I can see that the subject has been well covered by Sean Reid, Michael Reichmann, Phil Askey, and many others. Still, it may provide some extra information, and hopefully some entertainment.

    M9 Field Test Report

    If you've already seen this (it has not changed since publication on the 10th), apologies for the duplication.

    Next Monday I'll publish some pictures from South West Crete together with some more feelings.

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    Re: 9 weeks with an M9 (I'm back folks!)

    Well rested and rejuvenated I hope.
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    Re: 9 weeks with an M9 (I'm back folks!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Campbell View Post
    Well rested and rejuvenated I hope.
    Until I saw my inbox
    Now I need a holiday!

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    Re: 9 weeks with an M9 (I'm back folks!)

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Until I saw my inbox
    Now I need a holiday!
    Haha

    I was wondering when you would be back...it got so quiet.

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    Re: 9 weeks with an M9 (I'm back folks!)

    Hey it's about time. LOL

    Glad to see you back in action.
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    Re: 9 weeks with an M9 (I'm back folks!)

    You might have missed this Jono all about your report and such. Great thread and you need to read it. I'm getting a M9 today from Leica for review. So look for that as well

    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=10074
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    Re: 9 weeks with an M9 (I'm back folks!)

    Welcome back. When I get my M9 I want it to have 'M8' on it, too.

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    Re: 9 weeks with an M9 (I'm back folks!)

    Welcome back. I enjoyed your M9 report. Your pictures from your 2008 visit to Crete were stunners. I can't wait to see what you did with the M9 this visit.

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    Re: 9 weeks with an M9 (I'm back folks!)

    What we need now is a comparison shoot out between the M9 and the A900.

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    Re: 9 weeks with an M9 (I'm back folks!)

    Jono - thanks for your field report - it was very helpful. Glad you're back, and can't wait to see your holiday images.

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    Re: 9 weeks with an M9 (I'm back folks!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    What we need now is a comparison shoot out between the M9 and the A900.
    Yes..that would be nice! And since you have nothing else to do .

    I must say that it was your report and pictures that sent me over the edge to buy one. Come visit me in debtors prison.
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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review HERE!

    Jono,

    Really enjoy reading your M9 report and your images. Welcome back!

    Kind regards,

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    Re: Jonathan Slack ( Jono) M9 review HERE!

    Hi Folks:

    I messed up this morning and merged a thread Jono started with the thread Guy started a few weeks ago when I meant to link them together. Anyway, I cannot seem to undo this -- am still looking -- so in the meantime, I am sorry. At least ALL of the individual posts are still up, just now combined in this thread.

    Again my apologies...
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    Re: 9 weeks with an M9 (I'm back folks!)

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Until I saw my inbox
    Now I need a holiday!
    In the 'good' old days, I reckoned with about 1 to 2 feet of paper/week...but I could use the moving-month system...simply move this month's paper to the left, same for last month's and the month before that...went directly into the waste paper basket...nothing untoward ever happened.
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    Re: 9 weeks with an M9 (I'm back folks!) (Admin note: Jono's M9 review HERE!)

    Welcome back, Jono. I really enjoyed your report and your images.

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    Re: 9 weeks with an M9 (I'm back folks!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Campbell View Post
    In the 'good' old days, I reckoned with about 1 to 2 feet of paper/week...but I could use the moving-month system...simply move this month's paper to the left, same for last month's and the month before that...went directly into the waste paper basket...nothing untoward ever happened.
    Hi Robert
    Works well with email as well, just goes down rather than to the left, and then you can get it automatically binned at the end of the month!

    Emma's mother used to work for SOE during the war, they then had an edict to empty their 'pending' tray in the bin at the end of each week, on the basis that if it was not important enough to do now, it was never going to be important enough to do!

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