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    Thanks Steve, I think the lenses may be here to stay!

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    A cat on the chair would have been the icing on the cake

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    Lloyd: Incredible and beautiful - simply perfect!!!
    Thank you Hermann. I'm honored.

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    Very nice. Perfect framing, and wonderful tonality.

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    Love it!

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    Aha!! Well, the first image you've shared is impressive (but then, so has been pretty much everything you've posted). And, I'm not surprised by your statement about build quality. Not much that compares. In all honesty, while in general I think the Leica brand lenses are of a superior build, it's incremental, and I've found that pretty much all the rangefinder lenses I've owned were superior in build to most of the SLR or DSLR lenses. The Zeiss SLR lenses being the possible exceptions. (I've never owned a Leica R lens, so I don't have a basis from which to compare those.)

    As for the "separation" or the 3D look you get, that seems to vary a lot among lenses, and the widest apertures doesn't always make the most difference. (Especially in super-telephotos). For example, I did (and have seen the same others have done), a comparison of three popular Leica 35mm lenses: The 35 Cron version IV (the "bokeh king"), the 35 Cron ASPH, and the 35 Summilux ASPH (the first ASPH version, not the new one). All are great lenses, and have their qualities for sure, but in terms of the "separation" or 3D look when shot wide open, I found that to me the 35 Cron ASPH stood out (no pun intended). And that was even over the 35 lux when it was shot at 1.4, with the Cron ASPH shot at f2.0. As always, your mileage may vary.

    I've noticed with some of the CV lenses (and keep in mind that I'm a fan), the "separation" is less abrupt (if that description makes sense), looking a little smoother in terms of transition. The possible exception may be the Nokton 1.1. I know that to me the look of the 50 Lux @ 1.4 is much more "3D" than the Nokton 1.5 wide open. But there are things about the look of the CV wide open that I prefer in certain circumstances.

    Anyway, I ramble... sorry. Congrats on the new lenses (assuming they'll be yours... you know they will. ). Looking forward to more results.
    Thanks Lloyd. Not rambling at all, you make a lot of sense. I agree, the roll-off with the Nokton 1.5 was quite gentle, and too soon to say categorically how that compares with the 'cron. I remember an image posted by Ashwin of a friend in the woods which was the epitome of subject isolation....but that was the Noctilux

    This is another from yesterday, again with the 50 cron wide open. Very little processing, because I wanted to avoid too much contrast/clarity adjustment which might have effected the integrity of the background. Would like to see this printed; at monitor size I'm seeing reasonable separation here, probably lost at the size I'm posting here...



    Anyway I'm rambling now

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    Re: The Latest & Greatest Fun w/Digital M Images

    M9 and 75lux.


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    M9 and 75lux.

    ...very gentle, nice picture - perfekt

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    ...at monitor size I'm seeing reasonable separation here, probably lost at the size I'm posting here...



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    On my Eizo I clearly see this 'reasonable separation' too, Mike.

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    M9 and 75lux.

    lovely seasonal mood.
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    On my Eizo I clearly see this 'reasonable separation' too, Mike.

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    Looks terrific from here.

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    M9 and 75lux.
    That's a beautiful image Kurt. Wonderful soft colors to boot.

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    I agree with Hermann, Lloyd, you are a master of portraits!

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    I agree with Hermann, Lloyd, you are a master of portraits!
    Osman, my friend, you are too kind. Thank you... most appreciated.

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    Sun, doors... Now that's a great old song we got here...

    Waiting for the sun



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    Sun, doors... Now that's a great old song we got here...

    Waiting for the sun

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    Perfect. Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photon View Post
    Sun, doors... Now that's a great old song we got here...

    Waiting for the sun
    Very nice!

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    Not all our Halloween visitors were scary. Some were graceful and beautiful. Even if they are only six years old.

    M8, Nocti F1.0:
    Love the glow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post



    Anyway I'm rambling now

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    Perfect! Stellar IQ! Very Pretty Also Mike! Keep Em Coming!

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    M9 and 75lux.

    Signature 75 Lux IQ! You Can Feel The Chill In The Air! Lovely Color! Nice Image Kurt!

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    Re: The Latest & Greatest Fun w/Digital M Images

    Thursday's Post. M9 + 15mm CV.


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    Friday's post/ M9 + 90mm elmarit. 2 frames stitched. Obviously not hand held.


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    Quote Originally Posted by edtan View Post
    Fall Colors at The Seattle Japanese Garden
    Ed: Nice eye. Shoes designed to match Fall colors?

    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Matt, wonderful and humorous captures! There may not be a causal relationship between the two, but the last shot still has its striking message; glad it wasn't written on the jeans
    Osman: Thank you, my friend. But, I still would have had to take the photo! (insert LOL here)

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Im looking for Brando in the first shot...So Cool! Great PP!
    # 2 could be an advertisement for the 0.95! Very Good!
    Steve: Thank you! I'm practicing. So, it's not the end of the world when someone coats a bike in rubber spikes?

    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    I don't think there's any causal relationship between the first two photos and the third. Cheers, Matt
    This image is fantastic!
    ceh: Thanks!

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    Sport...
    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    Three consecutive images...
    Ceh: Excellent series. Shutter speed and pp was perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    I Am!

    M8.2, 50 Lux asph
    Steve: Nice juxtaposition! That dude's a little scary (as well as sexy?). I like the way the tree is just something else to look at (A+B and X).

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    Great shots, but had to separate from the notion of a relationship between them.
    Lloyd: Thank you! I was hoping someone could explain the rubberized motorcycle and that it did'nt mean what was on the sweatshirt.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Not all our Halloween visitors were scary. Some were graceful and beautiful. Even if they are only six years old.

    M8, Nocti F1.0:
    Lloyd: This is very beautiful! Composition, expression, colors and pp are terrific. The distinctive signature of the f/1 really works here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Yep glow is good
    Here's one from yesterday, my better half with M8 and, ummm a new lens that you all told me I shouldn't have bought.............

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    Ok. I'll come clean. They are not actually mine yet, but I'm testing 35 and 50mm Summicrons, both used, chrome and in excellent condition - serial nos. from around 1994-1996. 35 is asph.

    This will mean trading in my CV Nokton and Ultron which cover the same focal lengths. I'm keeping the CV 25 and 75.

    Yesterday was first chance to try them, and I don't have long to make my decision, so hoping for good weather

    First impressions? Build quality is unbelievable. You will all know this of course, but never having held a Leica lens it came as quite a shock when the first one got passed across the counter. Being chrome will account for some of that, but still....impressive build.

    Both lenses seem to focus really well on my M8, although the concave tab on the 35 will take a little getting used to.

    Too early to report on any negatives, but ( I think) I can see the effect of the slower 50mm vs the Nokton 50 f1.5, in terms of slightly less separation of subject to background, if that makes sense. I was expecting that anyway so no big deal, but something like the Nokton f1.1 might be a nice supplement in the future....when I get my wallet back from intensive care

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    Friday's post/ M9 + 90mm elmarit. 2 frames stitched. Obviously not hand held.

    Woody, your shots are always so sharp! I would have believed you if you said it was handheld.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    A cat on the chair would have been the icing on the cake
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very nice. Perfect framing, and wonderful tonality.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Love it!
    ceh: +3. What Mike, Lloyd, and Steve said!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    ...very gentle, nice picture - perfekt
    Kurt: I'd agree. Ceh, very apt description.

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    Perfect. Love it!
    Ton: +1. Very simple, great light and tonality.

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    What's the masculine of 'barista"? Cheers, Matt

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    Outstanding capture, Matt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtKamka View Post
    M9 and 75lux.

    Beautiful, Kurt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Not all our Halloween visitors were scary. Some were graceful and beautiful. Even if they are only six years old.

    M8, Nocti F1.0:
    Wonderfully seen and processed, Lloyd!
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    Quote Originally Posted by edtan View Post
    Fall Colors at The Seattle Japanese Garden
    Lovely capture, Ed. The colors are spot on!
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    Sport...
    Wow, scary and cool both at once!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Yep glow is good

    Here's one from yesterday, my better half with M8 and, ummm a new lens that you all told me I shouldn't have bought.............



    Regards

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    ooooh, what lens, Mike. Looks aspherical and crissssp?

    oh wait, I found your answer. Congrats on the 35 and 50 crons, Mike. You'll make them sing! Excited for you!
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    Here's one, dug up from recent archives....

    M9 and Noct f/0.95



    And didn't quite grab this one in focus, but still liked what I saw...



    And finally, another from the archives...

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    One more to share....

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    And finally, last from the archives, M9 and 35 lux pre-asph

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    Wide open, nice and rich rendering...
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    What's the masculine of 'barista"? Cheers, Matt
    Nice one Matt!

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    Mark: Great dynamics and framing in this photo!

    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Friday's post/ M9 + 90mm elmarit. 2 frames stitched. Obviously not hand held.

    Woody: Brilliant photo! The intensity of the sky and the painterly quality of the house and lights just draw me in.

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Outstanding capture, Matt!
    Ashwin: Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Here's one, dug up from recent archives....
    M9 and Noct f/0.95
    And didn't quite grab this one in focus, but still liked what I saw...


    And finally, another from the archives...
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    And finally, last from the archives, M9 and 35 lux pre-asph

    ]

    Wide open, nice and rich rendering...
    Ashwin: Great set. I think the subject of that second photo is the shadows, patterns in the pavement, and the way the light washes across. Works for me. I agree rich rendering, nice smile, and pretty lady in the last (at the Dish?).

    Quote Originally Posted by edtan View Post
    Nice one Matt!
    Ed: Thank you, sir!

    Looks like it's the all-Seattle, late night, West Coast edition of the forum!

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    What's the masculine of 'barista"? Cheers, Matt

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    Baristador? Sharp subject right down to his hair dangling in front of his face! Smokin Shot Matt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photon View Post
    Sun, doors... Now that's a great old song we got here...

    Waiting for the sun



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    Excellent "Slice" of light & shadow showcasing the beauty of the door! Very Cool Eye & Shot Ton!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Here's one, dug up from recent archives....

    M9 and Noct f/0.95




    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    One more to share....

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    And finally, last from the archives, M9 and 35 lux pre-asph

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    Wide open, nice and rich rendering...
    Supreme Work Ash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by markmont View Post
    Mark, Great Shot & Angle...But I KNOW He' Cant Hang With You!

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    Steve: Nice juxtaposition! That dude's a little scary (as well as sexy?). I like the way the tree is just something else to look at (A+B and X).

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    Thanks Matt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Thursday's Post. M9 + 15mm CV.

    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Friday's post/ M9 + 90mm elmarit. 2 frames stitched. Obviously not hand held.

    Love these 2 Woody!

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