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    Re: The M9 as a Landscape camera

    Impressive posts, Carsten, especially the second one.

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    Re: The M9 as a Landscape camera

    I really love this thread. I'm enjoying the M9 and it's really great for landscape work. Here are a few shots from a recent drive to the Point Montara Lighthouse in Half Moon Bay, California.






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    Re: The M9 as a Landscape camera

    Wonderful shots, Anthony, especially the second.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C_R View Post
    Eleanor, Otumay, Don, and Stef - wow, thanks a lot ! It was really kind of once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and great to have my Leica with me then.

    My newest toy, the Nocti 1.0 is a fascinating lens :-)



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    Carsten - just saw this series, very impressive!

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    Re: The M9 as a Landscape camera

    Here are a few from Milford Sound earlier today. A beautiful but difficult place to photograph during the day, due to very high contrasts.

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    Elmarit 28 Asph., three landscape formats stitched for a square


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    Re: The M9 as a Landscape camera

    Quote Originally Posted by C_R View Post
    Elmarit 28 Asph., three landscape formats stitched for a square


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    Very Nice!
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    Anthony/Doublep/C_R: Excellent photos! Thanks for sharing. Cheers, Matt

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    Re: The M9 as a Landscape camera

    Here's one from 2 weeks ago (on an M8)


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    Re: The M9 as a Landscape camera

    Quote Originally Posted by BeeWee View Post
    Here's one from 2 weeks ago (on an M8)

    Great catch!
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    Two landscape photos stitched using photoshop.
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    M (Typ240), Lux 24mm ASPH, Lux 35mm FLE, Cron APO 75mm ASPH, 60mm Macro-Elmarit-R, 80-200mm Vario-Elmar-R. Sony a7S
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    Re: The M9 as a Landscape camera

    Very interesting processing, Mohammed!
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    Re: The M9 as a Landscape camera

    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Very interesting processing, Mohammed!
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    Thank you Osman
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    i am too using the m9 as a landscape camera. What kind of filters do you use for you lens? a RF75 or a Lee or cokin? I am using the 21 lux, 35 cron and the 0.95 currently. I know there is step up to 82mm adapter from leica for the 21 lux and the 0.95 but I am at a lost for finding a step up 82mm adapter for the 35 cron

    any ideas?


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    The RF75 is a Lee product. You will need to use Cokin P or Cokin X, as you're using an 82mm filter thread. The RF75 only goes up to 67mm. Gonna be a big setup.

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    any ideas for the 35 cron step up 82mm adapters? can't seem to find them.

    thanks for the comments

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    Re: The M9 as a Landscape camera

    My first M9 photo taken with 35mm Summarit
    processed C1 / PS CS4 - Silver Efex
    I guess it's a start considering I have never shot with a leica or any rangefinder.

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