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    First Shots with my nice silver M9p

    Hi There - Today I did a trip up north - partly to deliver my silver gray M9 to it's new owner . . . . and partly for business.

    When I got home my new M9p was sitting on the kitchen chair!
    In time honoured tradition I'm posting a couple of early shots with the new camera.

    Just for once, the first shot with a new camera was not a table or the kitchen, but a glimpse of sunshine behind the house:


    28 'cron

    Here are a few more from around the garden:



    28 'cron


    75 'cron


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    75 'cron


    75 'cron

    Then an evening light walk around the fen with the dog for a couple of landscapes:


    28 'cron


    28 'cron


    28 'cron

    Focusing seems to be spot on with the lenses I've tested so far . . . . and it's the first camera I can remember which doesn't (yet) have any spots on the sensor . . . .

    Of course, it goes without saying that the shutter is quieter and smoother, and the IQ much better than the previous camera

    all the best
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    Congrats!!!

    When do we get to see pictures OF the camera? :-)

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    Re: First Shots with my nice silver M9p

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    Of course, it goes without saying that the shutter is quieter and smoother, and the IQ much better than the previous camera
    Wow that is great news!

    Enjoy it.

    But take a break from your shooting to do some weed maintenance to make the bench usable

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    Best of luck with the new camera Jono.

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    Big Congrats Jono! Beautiful Images!

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    Congrats on the new beauty....now hw about some pics 'OF' the actual camera?

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    Yes, enjoy your lovely new M9-P Jono. I think though your dog is looking away from the camera due to the sun reflecting off it's beautiful bright chrome. If that's the case (and animals have rights too), I'm very sympathetic to your delema and would gladly help out by taking it off your hands and replacing it with a more subdued black M9

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    Congratulations Jono. It appears that you and the M9-P are already getting along nicely.

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    Congrats, Jono. Rendering seems very close, if not spot on, with the M9...

    I am hoping to get mine turned into an M9-P should the time come where it is upgradeable...
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    Looks good Jono. BUt now we also need an image of your new M9p itself please.
    Just to make my life harder.
    And yes, the images from the M9/M9p just look so good that each time I see some I immedatly impressed.

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    We-hey, congrats! But as others have said, it would be nice to see some pictures of it as well!

    Having read your posts I gather that you have quite a few cameras: at least Leica M9P, Fuji X100, Pentax K-5, Sony A900, probably others as well. May I ask what camera do you use for what and why? Or does it vary according to your feeling atm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leicashot View Post
    Congrats on the new beauty....now hw about some pics 'OF' the actual camera?
    Quote Originally Posted by bcambern View Post
    Congrats!!!

    When do we get to see pictures OF the camera? :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by David K View Post
    Best of luck with the new camera Jono.
    Thank you David

    Quote Originally Posted by TEBnewyork View Post
    Wow that is great news!

    Enjoy it.

    But take a break from your shooting to do some weed maintenance to make the bench usable
    Well now - those weeds are carefully nurtured by Emma (or at least intentionally left) - between the tiles it's mostly thyme - the oddity growing through the bench is just that - we're leaving it to see what it does next! . . . and the bench is meant to look rustic (rusty perhaps!). Truth is we're leaving lots of the garden to go a bit wild at the moment due to families of fly-catchers and goldfinches who are living here.

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    Steve, Mark, thank you for the kind words.


    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Yes, enjoy your lovely new M9-P Jono. I think though your dog is looking away from the camera due to the sun reflecting off it's beautiful bright chrome. If that's the case (and animals have rights too), I'm very sympathetic to your delema and would gladly help out by taking it off your hands and replacing it with a more subdued black M9

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    Ah Dave - actually he was looking back at the well cover as if to say 'Don't you think that well cover needs a bit of attention?'

    So I think I'll turn down your kind offer!


    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Congrats, Jono. Rendering seems very close, if not spot on, with the M9...

    I am hoping to get mine turned into an M9-P should the time come where it is upgradeable...
    HI Ashwin
    I did consider doing that, but I thought that the price wouldn't be that different, and actually I was right - the price isn't that different, sure, it would have been marginally cheaper to wait and upgrade, but of course, this way I get a new camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    Looks good Jono. BUt now we also need an image of your new M9p itself please.
    Just to make my life harder.
    And yes, the images from the M9/M9p just look so good that each time I see some I immedatly impressed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by emr View Post
    We-hey, congrats! But as others have said, it would be nice to see some pictures of it as well!

    Having read your posts I gather that you have quite a few cameras: at least Leica M9P, Fuji X100, Pentax K-5, Sony A900, probably others as well. May I ask what camera do you use for what and why? Or does it vary according to your feeling atm?
    Hmm yes - more and less - I'm afraid a trip to ebay becomes more and more of a good idea. Actually, I don't have an X100 anymore (but there are 'others' as well - notably another M9 and an Olympus XZ-1).

    Since you asked, if I'm going specifically to take pictures I usually carry the M9's with 4 lenses. If I'm walking the dog or going out with friends, then I like to take an M9 with one lens and a small slr with a small zoom (hence the Pentax). When Emma and I go out on horses I carry the Olympus XZ-1 (it was the X100, but it didn't really work). Sometimes I do weddings and events, in which case I take an SLR with a fast lens (A900 with 24-70 + 135 f1.8) plus the two leicas with lenses.

    Good for me to try and rationalise so much gear!

    But I'm going to have to cut down - the two SLR outfits are overkill, I really think that in the end it's going to be Sony, but I'm still dithering.

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    A very big congrats Jono. May you enjoy it in good health and good fortune for a very long time.

    Best.

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    Congratulations Jono!!! I definitely think the rendering is better with the M9-P I love the styling and look
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    What is the strap, Jono?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimothyHyde View Post
    What is the strap, Jono?
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    Charles, Ray - Thank you for the kind words.
    Timothy - it IS a Luigi leicatime strap. It's a fixed length strap with no adjustments, I'm always worried that strap adjustments will scratch the camera.

    However - it's unlikely to stay on the camera, I really like the standard Leica strap, I might be the only person in the world to like it, but it's because:

    1. it's so flexible and thin you can bunch it up in your hand - with the rubber shoulder strap along the baseplate, it makes the camera secure and easy to hold when it's just in your hand, and I do, usually, keep the camera in my left hand all the time.
    2. If I do put it over my shoulder, then the rubber grip with the bobbles on really does grip - better than the lovely green suede on the leicatime strap.
    3. it's really unfussy - I think it might be the cheapest thing that Leica sell!

    I did try using a half case . .. for about 5 minutes (until I needed to change the battery)! I'd like the camera to be thinner, not fatter!

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    I'm with Tom ... I ... must ... avert ... my ... eyes. Enjoy it, Jono, it's gorgeous!

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    Well Jono, if my previous "dog angle" didn't work, I'll have to somehow come up with some other infraction of the law you're guilty of. I can't believe I can't trump up some fictitious story that won't have you begging me to take that horrendous looking silver M9-P off your hand. Maybe you can help me come up with something good?

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    Jono,
    I am fairly new in this world of digital photography, and have tried to avert my eyes when Leica comes up for fear of being tempted. These shots help me to understand that the danger is real! What a wonderful quality of light and colour in these photographs. Enjoy your new camera.
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    Gorgeous cam and boy am I jealous
    I'm opting for the conversion later this year in October.

    but Jono, you ought to explain those 90'cron shots

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    Now you just need chrome lenses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    but Jono, you ought to explain those 90'cron shots

    Happy shooting.
    Which 90 'cron shots are these Bart?

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    Very nice Jono. I'm still kicking myself for not taking the plunge on your grey M9

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    The engraving really improves the looks (makes the camera look less "fat" than the M8/9). Real chrome is a good thing, too.

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    very nice Jono, and thanks for posting the pictures OF the camera :-)

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    Congrat! A great body M9 in a nice vintage looks of an MP! A very nice Luigi brown strap also!!! <3 <3

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    That is truly a beaut, Jono. Congrats on the M9-P, Jono. They are not widely available here yet, and I plan to wait on whatever upgrade plan is available and let the lustre wear off prior to throwing more money at Leica LOL...until then, it'll be second hand enjoyment , and these truly are the highest example

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    Ashwin, Kristian, Mike, Mike, Kavalliano
    Thank you - Mike - sorry you didn't bite, but it's gone to a very good home.

    Ashwin - I dithered about it, but it's cost me about the same amount as the upgrade to change the camera, so that isn't too bad.

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    It's a beauty, Jono. Congrats.
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    Curious about the references to the "upgrade"... Does Leica have such a program or is it still at the rumor stage??

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    Hope Jono doesn't mind, I'll add some pictures from my first day shooting my M9-P....stalked Mr.Superman for a while on Hollywood Boulevard. He's the original and been there for over 20 years. Some of you may have seen his documentary.

    I took advantage of the nice late afternoon sun streaking down the boulevard

    All with the Leica M9-P and Nokton 35/1.2 - first and last Superman pics wide open at 1.2, other wise all at f/8 i think.















    and a couple of others




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    Very nice Nokton 35 1.2 images Leicashot, better saturation and contrast than I've seen before........must the that "P" (for punchy) in the M9

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    Me likey.

    @leicashot: I love the Superman/Spiderman staredown shot! Awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seascape View Post
    Very nice Nokton 35 1.2 images Leicashot, better saturation and contrast than I've seen before........must the that "P" (for punchy) in the M9
    The Nokton works wonderfully well on the M9. Its my favourite 35mm lens and was as sharp as the Biogon-C (at 2.8) I owned at the same time, except without the terrible vignetting. At 1.2 it's character is very nice.

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    HI Kristian
    You're welcome to join in (as is anyone else with a nice new M9p!)
    Great superman shots - what a weird job, and I think he may have washed his costume a bit vigorously (the padding looks a bit lumpy).
    Is it the new version of the Nokton or the old version?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    HI Kristian
    You're welcome to join in (as is anyone else with a nice new M9p!)
    Great superman shots - what a weird job, and I think he may have washed his costume a bit vigorously (the padding looks a bit lumpy).
    Is it the new version of the Nokton or the old version?


    all the best
    Still the old version, but a newly pickup up copy. I am first on the US list for the mark II so awaiting eagerly

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    Quote Originally Posted by leicashot View Post
    Still the old version, but a newly pickup up copy. I am first on the US list for the mark II so awaiting eagerly
    Well, I hope it's a winner. I'm in the bizarre situation of not really having any M lens lust right now (oh, except for the 135 f3.4, but that can wait). Just enjoying the ones I have: Favorites are the 75 'cron and the WATE (and of course the Noctilux).

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    hi jono,
    beautiful camera, at least the front view. did they do something about the cheapo looking plasticky control button on the rear?
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    Hurry, M9-P available at B&H now!!!! http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...era_Black.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Well, I hope it's a winner. I'm in the bizarre situation of not really having any M lens lust right now (oh, except for the 135 f3.4, but that can wait). Just enjoying the ones I have: Favorites are the 75 'cron and the WATE (and of course the Noctilux).
    Well you should be content with them. I doubt VC can better the current/discontinued model

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    Quote Originally Posted by leicashot View Post
    Well you should be content with them. I doubt VC can better the current/discontinued model
    I could be wrong, but I think Cosina wil be quite happy if they can match the old one in optical performance and image characteristics, in a slightly smaller and lighter package. Other than that, it's been a long time favorite of mine too.

    Kristian, I've been meaning to ask...is your new M9-P silver or black?

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    I could be wrong, but I think Cosina wil be quite happy if they can match the old one in optical performance and image characteristics, in a slightly smaller and lighter package. Other than that, it's been a long time favorite of mine too.

    Kristian, I've been meaning to ask...is your new M9-P silver or chrome?

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    It's a chrome actually. I've always only owned chromes except for my old M8 which was black. As much as I like to be inconspicuous I enjoy looking at the chrome shine in the sun

    My first Leica was a chrome, so I guess it's just stuck. I've never owned 2 bodies at once, or I'd have once of each, cause the black is mighty sweet too, especially in black paint, VS black chrome.

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    It's a chrome actually. I've always only owned chromes except for my old M8 which was black. As much as I like to be inconspicuous I enjoy looking at the chrome shine in the sun

    My first Leica was a chrome, so I guess it's just stuck. I've never owned 2 bodies at once, or I'd have once of each, cause the black is mighty sweet too, especially in black paint, VS black chrome.
    LOL...My original question to you (above), was to ask if you had silver or chrome. What I meant to say was "silver or BLACK"? (I already fixed that typo)!

    Silver, nice and agree, if one used 2 bodies, it would be a silver and black paint. Hmmm, your black VC 35 f1.2 would look lovely on my Gray M9 while my silver VC 35mm f1.2 would look nice on your silver M 9-P. Since no doubt we'll be holding onto our respective lenses, I think a swap of bodies are in order (just trying to be a help out a good friend)

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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    LOL...My original question to you (above), was to ask if you had silver or chrome. What I meant to say was "silver or BLACK"? (I already fixed that typo)!

    Silver, nice and agree, if one used 2 bodies, it would be a silver and black paint. Hmmm, your black VC 35 f1.2 would look lovely on my Gray M9 while my silver VC 35mm f1.2 would look nice on your silver M 9-P. Since no doubt we'll be holding onto our respective lenses, I think a swap of bodies are in order (just trying to be a help out a good friend)

    Dave (D&A)
    thats a nice offer buddy but can't possibly take advantage of you

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    Re: First Shots with my nice silver M9p

    Gorgeous stuff!

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    Re: First Shots with my nice silver M9p

    Quote Originally Posted by markowich View Post
    hi jono,
    beautiful camera, at least the front view. did they do something about the cheapo looking plasticky control button on the rear?
    peter
    HI Peter
    Nice to hear from you-hope you're well.
    Same old rear wheel - quite agree, it could be better.

    all the best

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