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    Something tells me they stockpiled milled and polished bodies long before they officially announced the camera. If so there still will be a wait list but maybe not as long if one calculates the number of bodies x supposed workers polishing them.

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    i cant believe this numbers of orders. maybe some people ordered it at several places to increase the chance to get one.

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    New love on the Beach!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paratom View Post
    I do like Leica and I do like most of their products but I do not like their ignorant and arrogant behavior regarding delivery timing and notification.
    I have been interested in a 50 APO for long time and just don't get one.

    They present a new product like the T, present a date when they will start shipping but you actually cant buy it.(OK, I am not in any hurry regarding the T but this happens with many of their products - I had to constantly ask and call to finally get an M body last year)
    Their production planning seems to lag far behind the product development.
    Or would they do it on purpose to make the product more exclusive and interesting and to keep prices high?
    Dont give up...just one week after I wrote the complain here I get the notice to receive my lens very soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barjohn View Post
    New love on the Beach!
    Nice images and color looks very good to me.

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    Re: Fun with the Leica T

    Hi There
    Perhaps we can wake this thread up a bit - anyone got a T?

    Here are a couple from yesterday


    buzz buzz
    With the macro Elmar 90 f4 and the Macro Adapter M


    summer lunchtime (trout, samphire, zucchini and a chilled Langedoc)
    with the 18-55 zoom

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    Some guy in Germany is still polishing mine.

    - Marc
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    Re: Fun with the Leica T

    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Some guy in Germany is still polishing mine.

    - Marc
    . Actually Marc, some guy in Germany is still polishing mine as well, but I've kidnapped the prototype until he's finished!

    Have you ordered one? or was that just a good excuse for a snappy rejoinder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    . Actually Marc, some guy in Germany is still polishing mine as well, but I've kidnapped the prototype until he's finished!

    Have you ordered one? or was that just a good excuse for a snappy rejoinder?
    Leica already has all my camera budget for the next few years Jono … as you know, I'm a S addict, and there is a S-100/2 coming. Probably a new camera also.

    Besides, I just bought another home in Florida because I cannot hack another winter like the last one. My wife is fast depleting any cash source to decorate the place, and she is eyeing my camera gear asking questions whether I need yet another lens. Oh oh.

    I'm thinking of opening my home to transient boarders, chloroforming them then harvesting their organs for cash. It is safer than Guy's method of robbing banks in a homemade ski mask.

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    Very Droll!
    Maybe I should head S wards now you've done all the testing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Very Droll!
    Maybe I should head S wards now you've done all the testing!
    I think it's worth it IF one works with off-camera lighting outdoors a fair amount like I do.

    Not that it isn't a great system without that feature, but the CS lenses and 1/1000 sync puts it over the top for me. I did over 200 shots with a Profoto B600 AIR this past weekend, and the fast sync saved my behind.

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    Not too many T shots appearing.

    Near home. T and 23/2.

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    A cropped images with the T-Zoom:
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    Hah, Tom - you caved in - excellent - well done - congratulations.
    . . . and a lovely shot too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hah, Tom - you caved in - excellent - well done - congratulations.
    . . . and a lovely shot too.
    Congratulations for getting back into GAS ?
    Anyways - so far I enjoy the T more than I thought I would and I do find the IQ better than I had expected.
    There are some processing speed issues which need to be addressed by Leica via Firmware but I knew about those upfront.

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    Some more first shots with the T.
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    one more (and checking if Flickr works better than pbase in regards of image sharpness)
    L1000155-2 by paratom0511, on Flickr
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    L2310164 by paratom511, on Flickr

    L2310156 by paratom511, on Flickr

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    T+23mm on a sunny afternoon.
    L2310487 by paratom511, on Flickr
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    carved from a single block of solid ... wood

    All the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    carved from a single block of solid ... wood

    All the best.
    Hah - what's worse is that it would seem you have to take the strap off to 'easily snap it on and off'

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hah - what's worse is that it would seem you have to take the strap off to 'easily snap it on and off'
    Well, according to Leica your 'worst' is just a click away ...

    It’s all just a click away
    The Easy-Click system of the Leica T is unique in the world of cameras. It stylishly and conveniently connects accessories like the carrying strap and the wrist strap to your camera. The accessories are attached by a stainless steel pin that is simply pressed into the click-lock mechanism on the body of the Leica T. Removing them is also as easy as can be: the accessories are just as easy to detach, with a quick and easy movement.

    Besides, how often do you want to change anyway ?
    Exactly, thought so too ...

    All the very best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hah - what's worse is that it would seem you have to take the strap off to 'easily snap it on and off'
    Actually not. They have two versions: One where you have to take the strap off and another with larger holes where you don't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Well, according to Leica your 'worst' is just a click away ...


    Besides, how often do you want to change anyway ?
    Exactly, thought so too ...

    All the very best.
    You Need to get it off and on for changing the battery. Thats why I did not buy any of the plastic covers but rather a halfcase where you dont have to unlock the strap. However until it gets cold I will use the camer "naked" anyways.

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    Taken at Caleta De Famara, Lanzarote.

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    Dulverton, Somerset.

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    wuffstuff, on my screen the images do not look sharp. I assume its a problem of compression/websize?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paratom View Post
    wuffstuff, on my screen the images do not look sharp. I assume its a problem of compression/websize?
    Must be; they look soft to me. They are really sharp in lightroom. I haven't printed either of these yet but all those I have printed are extremely clean and sharp.

    I don't think I'll put anymore up here; they don't look right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuffstuff View Post
    Must be; they look soft to me. They are really sharp in lightroom. I haven't printed either of these yet but all those I have printed are extremely clean and sharp.

    I don't think I'll put anymore up here; they don't look right.
    or try to post through a different way. flickr seems to work better. I had / have same problem sometimes

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    I am actually thinking about taking the plunge, T, 23 lens and EVF... hmmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    I am actually thinking about taking the plunge, T, 23 lens and EVF... hmmmm
    In some strange way, the Leica T does make a lot of sense, particularly after I went back to Nikon DSLR for most of my photography. It's a kind of "I don't give a damn" camera, if you see what I mean

    In my case, they would have to come up with a Summicron fiftyish or something though, and I would have to stumble over a forgotten stash of banknotes

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    Re: Fun with the Leica T

    I went to B&H to compare the feel of a bunch of new cameras and they did not have a T on display. Very disappointed. Hasselblad Stellars were in abundance . The A7II and X-T1 were there, so the visit wasn't wasted. The X-T1 was much bigger than I expected. Sorry, getting ,

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    Re: Fun with the Leica T

    So I pulled the trigger on a used T 701 Black, with EVF and Leica T-M adaptor $1800.
    I hope I didn't pay to much

    So now I have to decide on whether to get the zoom, 23mm prime or try to less expensive Zeiss ZM lenses.

    Has anyone tried the Zeiss 21/4.5 ZM or 35/2 ZM planar?

    Is it true that the Leica T wrist strap for $70 is not any good?
    I saw a 1 star review on B&H complaining that it is way to short on length.
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    Re: Fun with the Leica T

    Got my "T" today really liking it so far. Just upgraded to the latest FW, I had a few hiccups with the LCD locking up once and also after I attached the EVF which btw I think is awesome, like it better then the Sony A7 series.... the T would not shut down so I had to pull the battery.
    I only have one lens right now, Zeiss 85/4 ZM, nothing special but manual focus was a breeze with it.
    I rented both the zoom and the 23 which I will get on Tuesday to give them each a spin.

    Here are 2 quick snaps from today.



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    Nice, enjoy the T.
    I'll be interested to see where it takes you.

    For me, the lens would be a simple thing: I'd grab the 23mm if I wanted an AF lens. Otherwise I'd put the adapter on it and use my existing M-mount 21, 28, 35, 40, etc lenses. I only rarely find myself wanting a zoom; I prefer the shooting methodology and constraint implied by working with a single focal length at a time.

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    Re: Fun with the Leica T

    Godfrey,
    I really don't need AF, so spending $1900 on the new 23 does not excite me to much.
    Since I live at F8 99% of the time, and unfortunately I sold off my M lenses a while ago I am not sure what to do. For me I would be happy with a 35 and 50 Summarit yet I still would like a 21 though don't have the money for the Leica 21. There's the Zeiss C Biogon 21 though I have no idea on the performance on a T

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    I really don't need AF, so spending $1900 on the new 23 does not excite me to much.
    Since I live at F8 99% of the time, and unfortunately I sold off my M lenses a while ago I am not sure what to do. For me I would be happy with a 35 and 50 Summarit yet I still would like a 21 though don't have the money for the Leica 21. There's the Zeiss C Biogon 21 though I have no idea on the performance on a T
    If you don't need/want AF, and you spend most of your time at and near f/8 anyway, spend your money on a couple of Voigtländer lenses. The Sony APS-C 16Mpixel sensor that Leica chose for the T happens to be one of the few that works very well with wides in general. I bet you could buy a Voigtländer Color Skopar 25 and 35 (35 and 50 mm equivalent FoVs) and be quite pleased with them, and they'll cost together less than ONE Leica or Zeiss ZM lens.

    I have tested the Color Skopar 21, 28, 35, and 50 mm lenses even with the Sony A7 where the FF 24Mpixel sensor isn't as forgiving as the APS-C 16Mpixel. They do pretty well even on that camera, and at f/8 the imaging is nearly indistinguishable from my Leica lenses in large part. I bought the faster Leica (and Voigtländer) lenses to use at wider apertures where the imaging signatures are much different.

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    A few shots at the GoodGuys Nationals here in Phoenix a few weeks ago, with the T & 23 Summicron. Love how the lens and sensor renders.
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    Re: Fun with the Leica T

    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    Godfrey,
    I really don't need AF, so spending $1900 on the new 23 does not excite me to much.
    Since I live at F8 99% of the time, and unfortunately I sold off my M lenses a while ago I am not sure what to do. For me I would be happy with a 35 and 50 Summarit yet I still would like a 21 though don't have the money for the Leica 21. There's the Zeiss C Biogon 21 though I have no idea on the performance on a T

    Steven
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    Sounds like you got a great deal! In my experience pretty much any M lens will work okay on the T (it's that lovely Sony sensor and the excellent Leica T adapter). It's nice to have them 6 bit coded so that the lens shows in the exif, but I don't think there's any clever image modification - so you're good to go with anything.

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    Re: Fun with the Leica T

    Thanks Jono I am renting a few lenses this up coming week to see what I like.
    So far really liking my T

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuau View Post
    So I pulled the trigger on a used T 701 Black, with EVF and Leica T-M adaptor $1800.
    I hope I didn't pay to much

    So now I have to decide on whether to get the zoom, 23mm prime or try to less expensive Zeiss ZM lenses.

    Has anyone tried the Zeiss 21/4.5 ZM or 35/2 ZM planar?

    Is it true that the Leica T wrist strap for $70 is not any good?
    I saw a 1 star review on B&H complaining that it is way to short on length.
    For me the wrist strap is too short and for a wrist strap I also dont like the material - so I looked at it in the store and did not buy it.
    Regarding lenses - I think the native T lenses worked very well and give you AF. The Summicron is nice but the zoom is very good too and very flexible.

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    If you use f8.0 and want 21mm - why not just buy the zoom which is nice at 21mm and offers you also all the other focal lengths as well. Its also nice at the long end for poeple images or sometimes also for landscape.

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    Re: Fun with the Leica T

    I am for sure leaning to the zoom, will be renting it this week. Though I just wanted to see what other options I had just to make sure.
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    Definitely stay away from the wrist strap. Way too short.

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    Re: Fun with the Leica T

    I'm with others on the wriststrap as well, too short and somehow flimsy. I like the rubber neck strap, but I realise I'm in the minority.
    Match Technical (the thumbs up people) make ordinary lugs now, so you can attach whatever you like:

    Leica T Strap Lugs

    I also agree that the zoom is very good - I'm hoping to get a go with the new zooms soon.

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    Re: Fun with the Leica T

    I'm glad this thread has woken up again.

    Here's one from October in Cornwall:


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    Re: Fun with the Leica T

    Jono,
    I am having all kinds of fun with my T. Yeah its not a Sony A7, A7s or A7II, yet the fun factor is really great. I get my Zoom and 23 tomorrow to try out. Hope to have some more pics to post soon.

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