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    Re: M9 users review coming

    Awfully big grains of sand in Crete...
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    Here is one with the 28 'cron just to give you a view from the other direction:



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    and yes, that is a taverna :sleep006:

    but I can't go again for another year

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Mike, If you look at the foliage on top of the tree (next to the building and at lower center of the frame) you could notice a bunch going blue-green as opposed just being green. The same is apparent on the top right foliage.

    I understand this is an extreme example (16mm FL) and I would expect it to be gone/unnoticeable by ~28mm FL.

    This could be a manifestation of the "cyan drift" stemming from IR + light fall off (camera and lens respectively).
    Vivek

    The M8/24Lux combination had this issue in spades. Very bad blue fringing. However C1 blue fringing control totally eliminated this. I am slightly concerned about not having C1 for my M9 files or to find that LR will eliminate the fringing as well

    Woody

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    Vivek

    The M8/24Lux combination had this issue in spades. Very bad blue fringing. However C1 blue fringing control totally eliminated this. I am slightly concerned about not having C1 for my M9 files or to find that LR will eliminate the fringing as well

    Woody
    Hi Woody
    C1 works excellently well with the M9 (version 4.8.3). Great colour, great detail etc.

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    Re: M9 users review coming

    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    Vivek

    The M8/24Lux combination had this issue in spades. Very bad blue fringing. However C1 blue fringing control totally eliminated this. I am slightly concerned about not having C1 for my M9 files or to find that LR will eliminate the fringing as well

    Woody

    Thanks, Woody.

    With specs announced (Kodak CCD), one could already expect what sort of issues there would be. The bottomline is if there are workarounds to any problems that might happen.

    The answer appears to be, thankfully, yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Matter of fact here is the one for the M. Seriously treat yourself. It is double sided on the grip so no matter how tangled you are it will always have a grip side on your shoulder and it sticks there

    http://upstrap-pro.com/Merchant2/mer...uct_Code=RF-PS
    Thanks Guy for the info about the alternative strap. After the first shock the camera doesnt look as bad as it first might have sounded. Its mainly the bottom plate and I might eventually replace it.(its insured) But anyway-it hurts in the first moment with a new toy.
    Just got back from some days in the US and really loved to use the M9.
    Together with a 21/2.8, 35lux asph and the 28-35-50 trielmar it was a perfect travel set - maybe missing 1 longer lens - but I wanted to travel with light equipment.

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    Re: M9 users review coming

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Woody
    C1 works excellently well with the M9 (version 4.8.3). Great colour, great detail etc.
    Thanks Jono

    I just finished downloading 4.8.3 and all is well. Now I simply need an M9 to go with it. Hopefully in a week or two.

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    Re: M9 users review coming

    The Steve Huff Review is up now for those who care about another opinion.

    http://stevehuffphotos.com/Steve_Huf...M9_REVIEW.html
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