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Recent content by Hausen

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    Macro with the Leica S - achieving 1:1

    Why did I sell my Xpan?
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    M11 Images

    Mine arrives in 2 weeks and I am not the most patient person in the world.
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    M11 Images

    I totally agree but I live in the adventure capital of NZ and I find I keep leaving the majority of my XCD lenses behind when I hike, ride motorbike, mountain bike or snowboard and going back to a smaller kit makes sense even though I will sacrifice IQ. Photography has always been my main...
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    Fun with Q2 shots

    I love my little Q2. This is Poolburn Dam Road in Central Otago, NZ.
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    M11 Images

    Please keep posting. I am thinking of downsizing to an M11 + WATE + 90 Summicron from my Hassy 907x + 4 lenses. Can't be bothered with the weight anymore and as an amateur going back to Leica isn't really isn't a step down. I am a long exposure guy and the ability to turn off LENR makes this...
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    Fun with Leica Compact Cameras

    Thanks Dave, it is an amazing place and the Q2 certainly saved my back.
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    Fun with Leica Compact Cameras

    Does the Q2 qualify as a Leica compact. I got the Q2 as a hiking camera so I wouldn't be tempted to lug my 907x + multiple lenses on 3 days hikes like this one on Routeburn Track, NZ. This is Lake MacKenzie early morning on day 2 of the hike.
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    The great tripod & head thread!

    I recently purchased a Peak Design aluminium tripod for hiking, and was great on our just completed a 3 day hike (Routeburn Track). It made an extremely light solution for my aging back. Leica Q2, Benro 3 + 6 + 10 stop 49mm filters + RRS nodal slide + PD Ali tripod. The nodal slide helped with...
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    The struggle of choice

    I know how you feel especially when you get somewhere and say I wish I had a tele or ultra wide, but I feel I have less than 20 good summers left and I don't want spend them humping gear that I will likely not use. What did it for me was the amount of times on was on a beach/mountain/lake/river...
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    The struggle of choice

    I recently bought a Leica Q2 to solve my hiking/riding/travelling light trips. Fixed lens so no choice, 49mm filters plus an RRS pano head makes for a really light bag. On a recent hike I really suffered after taking to all of my Hassy gear and thought I am too old for this shit, so something...
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    Tilt shift options for GFX100S

    Hi Don, would you be able to post a pic with the Rogeti, Kipon on the GFX please? I use the 24mm on my 907x and I love it. I would interested to see how the cage fits with the Kipon as well. Sorry to hijack the thread but that Rogeti looks really interesting to me.
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    Tilt shift options for GFX100S

    I went through a similar search with my 907x and I settled on the Canon 24TS-E with a Kipon adaptor for my long exposure work. I also have a Laowa 15 Shift in Nikon mount and Fotodiox adaptor. I use the Laowa when there is no sun around and want super wide. Both lenses give me around 8mm of...
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    The great tripod & head thread!

    It is my birthday in a couple of weeks and my wife whose business operates in USD asked what I wanted, so now a AS Cube is heading from NYC to Queenstown NZ. Can't wait. Hopefully when it arrives we will be out of our current lockdown.
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    Fun with the Hasselblad 907x

    Another lockdown here in NZ. This is Lake Wakatipu Queenstown near my home. Really liking the Canon 24TSE + 907xSE.
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