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    Another M10-D shot under fairly extreme conditions

    Shot under a single streetlight, and rendered in B/W to give the feeling of an Elliot Landy album cover from the 1960s:

    L1008716 1 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr M10-D ISO 6400 [email protected]/1.4

    Not knowing if you got it until the pictures are downloaded is a bit stressful (I knew I got it) but fun.

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    By candlelight

    Last night of Hanuka:

    L1009248 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr M10-D M apo-50 SC

    L1009245 2 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr (auto-WB)

    and we don't need no steenkin' histogram!

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    Re: M10-D mini-review

    I've had several film Leica's and never once used the rewind lever as a "thumbs up" grip. Do people actually hold a Leica that way?

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    Re: M10-D mini-review

    Quote Originally Posted by jdphoto View Post
    I've had several film Leica's and never once used the rewind lever as a "thumbs up" grip. Do people actually hold a Leica that way?
    Occasionally they do - I did so with all my film Leica's and I loved it!

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    Re: M10-D mini-review

    Neck strap to secure the camera, left hand on the lens to focus, right hand to trip the shutter- the average “normal” operation.

    Quote Originally Posted by jdphoto View Post
    I've had several film Leica's and never once used the rewind lever as a "thumbs up" grip. Do people actually hold a Leica that way?
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    Re: M10-D mini-review

    Not I.

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    Re: M10-D mini-review

    Sometimes, especially when taking a vertical, but more often I use all that nice leather-covered back of the camera to hold onto. And when I am using a heavy lens and between shots, I am more likely to hold the camera in one hand, with my hand under both camera and lens, thumb on top of the lens keeping the lens cap from falling off.
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    Re: M10-D mini-review

    Irakly Shanidze has added a short commentary on the M10-D on his website:
    Leica M10-D. The Cutting Edge Old School – ART PHOTO ACADEMY

    He concentrates on exposures in very bad light and shooting somewhat predictable action in dance since these would seem to be challenges. He liked it (but I suspect he had to send it back to Leica when his time was up).

    Incidentally, there are some copies in stock again, for example, I saw one listed at Popflash.

    I'm enjoying mine. Used it as the principal camera on a recent trip to Spain. I tend to keep the thumb-rest winding lever out, but hold it primarily by gripping the front and back of the camera, with my right hand through a triple-loop of bog-standard Leica strap, which I attached with the ends going down and the triple loop already made. When the strap is over my shoulder, there are twists in it, but for one-hand operation it works great.

    C1090947 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr CL60/[email protected]/8
    Last edited by scott kirkpatrick; 31st December 2018 at 07:48.

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    Hummus with various breads

    (the falafel is optional) has become a "thing."

    L1009935 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr M10-D APO28/2.8

    It even comes with gluten-free breads (the humus and falafel themselves have no gluten).

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    Re: M10-D mini-review

    Grab shot, our tortoise-shell cat, Tai, and Friedlander's "American Monuments."

    L1009963 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    M10-D, M24/2.8 asph @f/5.6

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    They don't always cooperate...

    L1009997 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    family G-Hangout, Jerusalem and Brussels.

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    Would you want to eat something this color?

    L1000248 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

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    Re: Would you want to eat something this color?

    The cook doesn't know how to adjust color tint in Lightroom.

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    Re: M10-D mini-review

    Tel Aviv street:

    L1000285 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr M10-D APO 50 SC

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    Re: M10-D on an evening in Berkeley

    All high ISO to get shutter speed. It just works.

    L1000917 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    L1000894 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

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    More M10-D in available dark

    L1000981 1 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr M10-D APO 50 M ISO 6400

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    M10-D captures food in the making


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