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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M9 Images

    Hi there
    I managed to get out today for an hour or so - lovely late autumn sunshine (between the rain).

    here are a few shots - all with the Zeiss 25 f2.8 biogon coded as a Leica 28mm f2.8 Asph Elmarit.

    as you can see . . . it's been raining





    Here is the same shot in colour . . . can't quite decide which works best



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    Thank you, Lloyd. I am still loving the M8, and can't resist picking it up and snapping with it.

    And no, she isn't impressed.




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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M9 Images

    Jono,

    this is a wonderful combination, a Zeiss 25/2.8 in front of the Leica M9 and JonoSlack behind it.


    Snapshot at the local fair, waiting for a delicious bag of "smoutebollen"
    (literally lard balls)

    M9 / Nokton 35mm-f 1.2 at f2.8 / 640 iso
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    Quote Originally Posted by francishmt View Post
    Thank you, Lloyd. I am still loving the M8, and can't resist picking it up and snapping with it.

    And no, she isn't impressed.
    What a cutie! Nice shots... and she really doesn't look at all impressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi there
    I managed to get out today for an hour or so - lovely late autumn sunshine (between the rain).

    here are a few shots - all with the Zeiss 25 f2.8 biogon coded as a Leica 28mm f2.8 Asph Elmarit.
    Jono,

    Glad you found the answer for that wonderful lens. I always enjoyed your M8 work with it, and even more now with the M9. As for the shot in b/w and colour, it is a tough call, but I think I prefer the b/w. Either works, and I would have been all about the colour version had I not seen the b/w.

    Good stuff all around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bébèrt View Post
    Jono,

    this is a wonderful combination, a Zeiss 25/2.8 in front of the Leica M9 and JonoSlack behind it.

    Snapshot at the local fair, waiting for a delicious bag of "smoutebollen"
    (literally lard balls)

    M9 / Nokton 35mm-f 1.2 at f2.8 / 640 iso
    Hmmm... lard balls? Maybe not for me, thanks.

    Nice to see how well that wonderful lens works on an M9. Very well indeed.

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

    75 lux at 1.4 in the fog.

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    75 lux at 1.4 in the fog.
    Very nice. That fog in the bokeh is really mystical.

    Great to see you posting on the M8 thread again, Tim.

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

    Quote Originally Posted by francishmt View Post
    Thank you, Lloyd. I am still loving the M8, and can't resist picking it up and snapping with it.

    And no, she isn't impressed.



    These are both lovely photos of this very cute child. All of your walk-about photos were very nice, too.

    Tim,
    Your water pump photo in the fog really shows off the 75 lux.

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    Photographed on a naval training ship in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Cheers.

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    Don't know how I missed these! Really nice, Matt. And the b/w conversion is superb!

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M9 Images

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi there
    I thought I would revisit the Zeiss 25 f2.8 biogon

    This was a very favorite lens on the M8, on the M9, it seemed less necessary, added to which, if you coded it as a 24 elmarit (obvious) then it had a nasty red band on the left hand side.

    Yesterday I thought I'd do some research, so I checked it against a bunch of WA lenses on the M9 lens table, from the WATE 21 upwards. Nothing was much good until I got to the 28 elmarit ASPH. It does vignette a little, but with little or no colour deviation.

    Here are some examples:







    Hi Jono,
    thanks for sharing your findings about the Zeiss 25 coding.
    I've just a curiosity regarding the behaviour ot the Biogon with lens recognition set to "off".
    Cheers,
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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very nice. That fog in the bokeh is really mystical.

    Great to see you posting on the M8 thread again, Tim.
    +1. Very nice. Simple. Elegant. Cheers.

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    1. M8; 50mm f/1.0; 1/180s; ISO 160


    2. M8; 50mm f/1.0; 1/180s; ISO 160


    3. M8; 50mm f/1.0; 1/180s; ISO 160


    4. M8; 50mm f/1.0; 1/45s; ISO 160

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    Can't believe either! That's a lively story told by lively colors.
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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M9 Images

    Quote Originally Posted by Ario Arioldi View Post
    Hi Jono,
    thanks for sharing your findings about the Zeiss 25 coding.
    I've just a curiosity regarding the behaviour ot the Biogon with lens recognition set to "off".
    Cheers,
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    HI Ario
    Well, I actually took some shots with it on 'off' by mistake. It was quite bad, but nothing like as bad as it is when set up as a 24 elmarit. I tried all the options from 18mm SE up to 35 'cron. the 28 asph f2.8 was really the only one which produced a decent result.

    Rather irritatingly I can't actually code mine as a 28 asph f2.8, because when it had the 6 bit coding added by John Milich the lens mount was changed to bring up the 24mm framelines. I'm currently considering whether or not to change back to the original mount which has the 28 lines . . . which would then allow me to code it as a 28.

    I think I'm going to wait awhile, as I think there is some dust to settle on this issue, and there may be changes in the firmware which change things (just guessing here, no knowledge).

    I hope this helps.

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M9 Images

    HI Bébèrt

    Quote Originally Posted by Bébèrt View Post
    Jono,

    this is a wonderful combination, a Zeiss 25/2.8 in front of the Leica M9 and JonoSlack behind it.
    Thanks for that - and thanks to Lloyd as well. Like Lloyd, I'm not so keen on the idea of lardballs . . . but I'll be driving through Belgium in a couple of weeks, so perhaps it would be fun to try some

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M9 Images

    Thank you Jono,
    this confirms what I've seen with my non Leica ultra wides.
    I'm also of the opinion that most probably we will see an adjustment coming with a new firmware because at least some fine tuning of the correction mechanism is likely needed also for some of the Leica lenses.
    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Can't believe either! That's a lively story told by lively colors.
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    +1. Well done, Matt.

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M9 Images

    Thanks Lloyd and Jono.

    The end of our town fair.

    M9 + CV28 - iso 160








    and for those with a sweet taste:

    An oliebol (plural oliebollen ( pronunciation ) is a traditional Dutch food. Oliebollen (literally oil balls) are traditionally eaten on New Year's Eve and at funfairs. They are also called smoutebollen (literally lard balls) in Belgium. Sometimes it is referenced in English as Dutch donut.

    Oliebollen are a variety of donut made by using two spoons to scoop a certain amount of dough and dropping the dough into a deep fryer filled with hot oil. In this way, a sphere-shaped oliebol emerges.

    The dough is made from flour, eggs, yeast, some salt, milk, baking powder and optionally some sultanas or currants or raisins and sometimes apple pieces and zest or succade. In some family recipes beer is added to the dough. The dough needs time to rise for at least an hour. Oliebollen are usually served with powdered sugar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bébèrt View Post
    Thanks Lloyd and Jono.

    The end of our town fair.

    M9 + CV28 - iso 160

    and for those with a sweet taste:

    An oliebol (plural oliebollen ( pronunciation ) is a traditional Dutch food. Oliebollen (literally oil balls) are traditionally eaten on New Year's Eve and at funfairs. They are also called smoutebollen (literally lard balls) in Belgium. Sometimes it is referenced in English as Dutch donut.

    Oliebollen are a variety of donut made by using two spoons to scoop a certain amount of dough and dropping the dough into a deep fryer filled with hot oil. In this way, a sphere-shaped oliebol emerges.

    The dough is made from flour, eggs, yeast, some salt, milk, baking powder and optionally some sultanas or currants or raisins and sometimes apple pieces and zest or succade. In some family recipes beer is added to the dough. The dough needs time to rise for at least an hour. Oliebollen are usually served with powdered sugar.
    Really nice shots, Bébèrt. And thanks for the explanation. They don't sound too bad afterall.

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    Beautiful photos.

    I love the 3rd one.

    [QUOTE=jonoslack;154944]Hi there
    I thought I would revisit the Zeiss 25 f2.8 biogon

    This was a very favorite lens on the M8, on the M9, it seemed less necessary, added to which, if you coded it as a 24 elmarit (obvious) then it had a nasty red band on the left hand side.

    Yesterday I thought I'd do some research, so I checked it against a bunch of WA lenses on the M9 lens table, from the WATE 21 upwards. Nothing was much good until I got to the 28 elmarit ASPH. It does vignette a little, but with little or no colour deviation.

    Here are some examples:



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    Excellent series of shots, Matt. They pull you right into the action. Great color.

    You had asked earlier about Viveza 2. It's supposed to ship in December. I met with Nik Software at PhotoExpo Plus, and they gave me a pre-release version to try out.

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    Otumay/Lloyd/DavidE, Thanks for the comments. Her facial expressions and body language were wonderful.

    I think that sometimes there are so many people with point-n-shoots and iphones pointing every direction that it's easy to go unnoticed (especially with a Leica).

    David E: I use Viveza a bit now. I'll definitely get Viveza 2.

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M8 Images

    Experimenting with B&W processing. Three shots of the same flower with the 50 lux.

    While I like the first one, it takes on a more artificial look when I convert it to JPG.









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    Experimenting with B&W processing. Three shots of the same flower with the 50 lux.



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    Very nice, David. This one just rocks!

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    Very nice, David. This one just rocks!
    Thanks, Lloyd. That one is my favorite of the bunch -- if I can figure out how to convert it without the black border areas becoming distorted.

    Here's another experiment. These landscape shots seemed too busy, so I turned them upside down. Shot with the Leica 18mm.







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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Thanks, Lloyd. That one is my favorite of the bunch -- if I can figure out how to convert it without the black border areas becoming distorted.

    Here's another experiment. These landscape shots seemed too busy, so I turned them upside down. Shot with the Leica 18mm.


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    Great idea, works really well.

    BTW, we were sitting at the table last night when I opened those flower images on my laptops. My wife's immediate reaction to the first one was "Wow! That is stunning!" Case closed.

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    My wife liked it, too -- which helps when I say, "Gee, honey, I'm thinking about buying another lens for the Leica."

    She has this one on her computer as the Windows background image.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    My wife liked it, too -- which helps when I say, "Gee, honey, I'm thinking about buying another lens for the Leica."

    She has this one on her computer as the Windows background image.

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    Very nice... would make a good background. I had a similar experience (lens buying-wise), but after the fact. I bought a Noctilux, and let's just say my wife wasn't particularly amused by the price. Then I shot some of our nieces and nephews, and a bunch of our daughter-in-law... just snapshots, and mostly wide open. A couple of days later, I found her browsing the images on the computer. I watched her for a couple of minutes without saying anything, and then she turned and said, "ok, I get it... that lens is magic, and worth the investment." Just wish it happened that way more often!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
    Thanks, Lloyd. That one is my favorite of the bunch -- if I can figure out how to convert it without the black border areas becoming distorted.

    Here's another experiment. These landscape shots seemed too busy, so I turned them upside down. Shot with the Leica 18mm.

    Exactly what I've done recently with a pic
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    Quote Originally Posted by f 1,0 View Post
    Exactly what I've done recently with a pic
    Nice. That works well. Looks like we've got a trend going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
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    Those are great, Cindy. Well seen and captured. Love the effect of the window reflections.

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    Nice. That works well. Looks like we've got a trend going.
    In the interest of keeping the trend going, here's another upside-down photo.



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    In the interest of keeping the trend going, here's another upside-down photo.



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    Good one David. Trend setter, trend perpetuator!

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    I want to play too, but this is the best I could muster on short notice.

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    s.agar,

    beautiful picture there but it looks to my eyes awfully much like the one of Jonoslack....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bébèrt View Post
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    beautiful picture there but it looks to my eyes awfully much like the one of Jonoslack....
    It is, Bébèrt. I think he quoted Jono's post, and included that image as one he liked best from Jono's set.

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M9 Images

    Looking to buy an old house... perhaps

    some snapshots with M9 + CV15 super wide "coded" as Tri-Elmar 16mm.
    Lightroom 2.5 (LR3 installed) but no cornerfix applied.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Bébèrt View Post
    Looking to buy an old house... perhaps

    some snapshots with M9 + CV15 super wide "coded" as Tri-Elmar 16mm.
    Lightroom 2.5 (LR3 installed) but no cornerfix applied.
    Nice images, and even the little bit of magenta in the last one doesn't bother me much. I like the ghost effect from the movement in the first image.

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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M9 Images

    two gosts were still living on the attic...



    thx again Lloyd
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bébèrt View Post
    two gosts were still living on the attic...

    thx again Lloyd
    Good one!!

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    Thanks LLoyd.

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    It is, Bébèrt. I think he quoted Jono's post, and included that image as one he liked best from Jono's set.
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    Re: The All New More and More Fun w/M9 Images

    Bebert, thanks for the photos. Very beautiful photos.

    I used to have the CV15mm, and had lots of color changes on the sides and corners. (M8) I had no oppurtunity of coding it, so I had to sell. You seem to be more lucky.

    On the contrary, I still have my CV12mm, and even without coding, it gives much less problems. Here is a sample from Rome, Spanish steps: (no corrections applied incl. for vignetting. But of course it's taken with an M8 not FF M9)



    I always wonder why the wider lens has less problems for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bébèrt View Post
    Looking to buy an old house... perhaps

    some snapshots with M9 + CV15 super wide "coded" as Tri-Elmar 16mm.
    Lightroom 2.5 (LR3 installed) but no cornerfix applied.





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    Very neat house. A little haunted, maybe
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    Seyhun,

    the CV 12mm is indeed the better lens of the two CV WIDE's. I thought it would be a little to wide for my haunted house pictures.
    Lovely shot of Rome, I'm already looking out for the next summer.
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    Been busy but just looked through the recent shots. GREAT stuff!!! Here is one from today with the Zeiss 25. Shot this earlier in the year but went back today. Hoping to get some interior shots with the WATE this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevem8 View Post
    Been busy but just looked through the recent shots. GREAT stuff!!! Here is one from today with the Zeiss 25. Shot this earlier in the year but went back today. Hoping to get some interior shots with the WATE this week.
    Very nice, and, once again, terrific processing. What are you coding that as?

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    I took Jonos advice and have it set as a 28 Elmarit. I also tried all settings and he is correct, the 28 Elmarit is the best setting with the M9. It still has some slight vignetting at 2.8 though but the pink left side issue is pretty much a non issue when its set as a 28.
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    Good news. I love that little lens, and would hate to give it up when I finally get an M9... in about 20 years or so.

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