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    jonoslack replied to a thread M10 in Leica
    Ah - the secret Cabal of Leica ownes who privately acknowledge them to be rubbish whilst using Sony cameras in real life . . I dare not speak their...
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    jonoslack replied to a thread M10 in Leica
    Maybe Matt, Maybe - I certainly agree we canít tell what the original lighting was . . But shadow recovery is something that most cameras do really...
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    12 Hours Ago
    Some snaps with the Leica SL and the new 75 summicron . . https://adobe.ly/2F99enA
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Where's Jono? in Leica
    Hah! I think you got it wrong Scott I have been playing with a Panasonic G9 with the 'Leica' 12-60 vario elmarit and 100-400 Vario Elmar. I've...
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    18 Hours Ago
    Lunch - G9 with 12-60 Vario Elmarit
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    Lunch - G9 with 12-60 Vario Elmarit
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    Iím with you Tre - in this case (FWIW) all were shot with Ďdaylightí white balance. I like the colour (whoever is responsible!)
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    22 Hours Ago
    Apologies for double posting . . Seems itís time to move the G9 into the normal Fun With thread . . The sun is shining today (but itís pretty...
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    The sun is shining today (but itís pretty cold and windy) At any rate, we got out with the dogs just after dawn, here are a few shots with the G9...
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    This is an interesting point, and one which really does point towards Leica involvement in the design of the PanaLeica zooms. I had an interesting...
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    jonoslack replied to a thread M10 in Leica
    Sorry Vivek You could have taken this with an Olympus Pen - really, anything which took a picture when you press the shutter release. Actually,...
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    jonoslack replied to a thread M10 in Leica
    Yes, well, itís certainly true that the dynamic range (especially wrt highlights) on the M10 is better at 200 ISO than it is at 100
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    jonoslack replied to a thread M10 in Leica
    NO Vivek The body may be mag alloy, but the top plate is brass - Iíve seen them being made in Portugal . . Same as previous digital M bodies.
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    Lovely pictures Louis Isn't it ironic - we live in the depths of the Norfolk countryside, but seeing a fox close up is a very very rare occurrence! ...
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    Lightroom seems to work okay (sorry, you probably don’t want to deal with the devil!) . . . Erm . . . Are we to understand that you just bought a...
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    Wouldnít it be nice Peter, but I think this is unlikely - my experience is that camera makers arenít willing to spend much money to help their...
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    Ah Ricardo - I do get out every day (2 hours today), but thereís no portraits (except the dogs) around here - itís path photography, not street! The...
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    Ah! That would explain why Iíve been surprised at how good 400 is . . Because all the shots have been taken relatively close (misty and grey here).
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    Funny that - I had a d500 for a month, shooting with the 200-500 and the 80-400 . . . And I just switched it over to PL stuff. I guess the Nikon is...
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    Another grey day! No time for playing with a new camera. Still, I did go out for a couple of hours this afternoon, and although I didn't really get...
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    Theyíre great Louis I guess the real question is whether the extra reach of the 100-400 makes up for the quality of the 200?
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    Through the glass darkly G9 with PL 12-60 2000 ISO 60mm f4
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    But Hey This thread is supposed to be about the G9 Which seems to me superficially to be a fantastic camera. I haven't even begun to explore the...
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    Touchť Uhhh, Vivek has his point here - In terms of my agreement with Leica, I can make that clear - I signed an NDA contract, which means...
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    Well, the 18 prime is certainly not the fastest to focus on the CL . . and you could be right about the firmware update which was after I had the...
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    Of course, I quite realise - I've just been pleasantly surprised at how easy it is to handle the G9 and 12-60 one handed for long periods. ...
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    Because I was expecting to keep the Fuji, and those were the lenses which seemed to be the best for my purposes. To be honest it had never occurred...
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    jonoslack replied to a thread Panasonic G9 in 4/3rds Cameras
    HI Ricardo I can quite see your point - although in the last few days carrying the G9 around in one hand it doesn't feel large (and certainly not...
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