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    Re: Ricoh GXR - Show your images

    Yes Michiel, the Jupiter fits and takes sharp images. The Perar is also good with very nice color.

    Here is another from today that maybe should have been placed in the Bokeh thread. Again with the Minolta zoom

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    Just found a picture of the combo in your Getdpi Gallery.
    Beautiful gallery, my compliments. The woman under the parasol watching that industrial ship! Amazing!

    Michiel

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    @Keith :: Very nice! Some of those older Minolta lenses were really quite good.

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    BTW Keith, do I remember well you have the Jupiter-12 35/2.8?
    Or was it the Perar?
    Because I just bought one. It has a very potruding rear element.
    Are you missing the lens fitment test jig for the GXR-M?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Just found a picture of the combo in your Getdpi Gallery.
    . . . . The woman under the parasol watching that industrial ship! Amazing! . . .

    Michiel
    Thanks Michiel, as one crazy British comedian once said "that was no woman, that was my wife!"

    The stars aligned for that shot - stormy grey sky, pink umbrella, red pink waterline on the ship, and the artificial beach with the chair facing backwards. Ah well, in a couple of years I'll get another one

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    At the Alhambra Lunar New Year carnival - GXR with Zeiss 25mm, @f5.6.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    @Keith :: Very nice! Some of those older Minolta lenses were really quite good.



    Are you missing the lens fitment test jig for the GXR-M?

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    No. Godfrey, but the lens has not been sended yet. It was an impulsive last minute bet and I didn't have time to check it. So I couldn't put it in the rig either.
    I was sitting in front of the screen with the rig and other protruding lenses to compare and find out it would fit visually

    I am glad I know for sure now. My first rangefinder lens in the 35mm range.

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    Michiel, I would be interested to see how that J12 works (it was quite fuzzy on the Epson R-D1s at close ranges). Contrary to some ideas implanted, it is a Sonnar design and not a Biogon clone.

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    Foto: Keith (Woodmancy)

    Look how nice small it looks on the GXR (most of the lens is inside the camera )
    I am curious too, because they can be found cheap.
    Of course I will post some examples when I have it.

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    Well, I thought you had it. Could have given mine to you on a long term loan as well. Mine is one of the favored version (presumably the original Zeiss factory or the workers made it).

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    Don't have too much that shows resolution on the Jupiter 12, but this one was taken wide open at ISO 400, 1/195s.
    I like the built in lens hood effect (recessed lens) and the size - I'll take a few next week.

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    This is Frank Gehry's Art Gallery of Ontario. Sigma 21-35 zoom in MD mount.

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    GXR m-mount with Sigma 21-35 zoom

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    Wheels & Axles

    At the Felton, California "Roaring Camp" train yard ...


    Ricoh GXR-M + Micro-Nikkor 200mm f/4

    thanks for looking!

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    Here is another image of the fascinating back wall of the Gehry designed gallery. The blue is stunning against a grey sky. Sigma 21-35 again - a nice lens.

    Keith


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    @Godfrey: Wheels and Axles - like it a lot.

    @WoodMancy: Quite surreal as the blue looks like the sky at first.

    You guys have quite a selection of lenses. (Pot calling kettle black) :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    @Godfrey: Wheels and Axles - like it a lot.

    @WoodMancy: Quite surreal as the blue looks like the sky at first.

    You guys have quite a selection of lenses. (Pot calling kettle black) :-)
    Thanks!

    Yes indeed ... I have too many lenses as a matter of fact. Most get used pretty infrequently, are "nice to have" occasionally. For both the GXR and the Leica Ms, I could likely work with the trio of 21, 40 and 90 mm about 95% of the time and rarely see any lack.

    But it is nice to have other options occasionally.

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    There are wonderful pictures in this thread! I look at them very interested because I have a film Leica system (M3, IIIa, ZM 25mm, 50mm Summicron and 50mm Summar) and would love to use these wonderful lenses on digital. Right now I have a Sigma DP2 which delivers beautiful color files and it is small and unobtrusive, but I would like to have different focal lengths available. I use the camera with a Petri optical viewfinder which I could use with the 25mm on the GXR... Anyway, please keep posting here, you are going to make me buy this camera. Regards

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    @ Keith :: this photo at the Gehry is stunning! You're pushing Rene Magritte ... :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    @ Keith :: this photo at the Gehry is stunning! You're pushing Rene Magritte ... :-)
    +1 Surreal

    Godfrey; works real well in black and white, those wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    @ Keith :: this photo at the Gehry is stunning! You're pushing Rene Magritte ... :-)
    Thanks Godfrey,Michiel and David . . . It's tough not to get a good picture of this Gehry creation. He was born right in the neighborhood of the gallery.

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    At the Saddler today - "Making it in Leather" - a favourite book title

    Taken with GXR A12M and 35mm C Biogon.


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    Was out tourskating today and took only the P10 module with me. (does not weight much). Even got a little medal.

    Beautiful day and lots of people skating from 6 to 80+. Everybody is happy and friendly and nice green pea soup available on the ice.


    This is what tour skating on natural ice is all about.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Was out tourskating today and took only the P10 module with me. (does not weight much). Even got a little medal.

    Beautiful day and lots of people skating from 6 to 80+. Everybody is happy and friendly and nice green pea soup available on the ice.

    This is what tour skating on natural ice is all about.

    Michiel
    Michiel: Really, really would like to join in, looking so great!

    And of course congrats on your medal!
    Best regards - Hermann

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    Michiel - it looks idyllic. The colors are very nice. I guess you are fit?

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    Hello Hermann, thank you

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    Looks like lots of fun Michiel! Well done on the medal.
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    Hi Keith, it was a very nice area. Lots of reed. It is easely accesable because of the ice and they where harvesting the reed all around the track.
    They use it i.a for roofing.

    BTW I was not as fit as I like to be. It was a 25 km tour. After that I had to stop with pain in my feet. My son did another round although he was sort of exhausted after that.... Friday I am gonne do another tour somewhere else and build up some more condition if that is possible at my age

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    Michiel, congrats on the tour! Wow, that makes me feel totally out of shape!

    GXR-M12 with Zeiss 25mm, lazy Santa Monica Wednesday morning.


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    You can't say something like "a nice picture etc", because it is actually more a rather poignant photograph. Altough he looks rather well fed.
    Don't know keeps you wondering.
    A jogger just taking a nap?
    A bum?

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    Hi Michiel, Wow! Congratulations!

    Even if I am OK, I would not have been able to do it. Now, with -5 C and a miserable cold, no way.

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    I think this particular bum was well dressed and well fed. I think he was sleeping off a morning hangover. But who knows what his story is? All those blue collar jobs that got shipped off to China - economy is tough. Santa Monica - home of the homeless.

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    Wow Michiel........that looks so grueling.

    Thanks for sharing.......R

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Hi Keith, it was a very nice area. Lots of reed. It is easely accesable because of the ice and they where harvesting the reed all around the track.
    They use it i.a for roofing.

    BTW I was not as fit as I like to be. It was a 25 km tour. After that I had to stop with pain in my feet. My son did another round although he was sort of exhausted after that.... Friday I am gonne do another tour somewhere else and build up some more condition if that is possible at my age

    Michiel
    Lovely photos!

    I can only wish to be in shape to tackle such events. I was never a good skater to begin with ... sigh. Age and crappy joints catches up with ya.

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    Here's one from my travels this week and posted on my blog and shot with my new A12 Mount/Leica 1:2/40 lens.

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    Nice, Duane

    Looks just like my Arista 400 (Tri-X) souped in Diafine

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    Did another (25K) skate tour today just north of Amsterdam.
    Felt a little better as the first one.

    Here are some random shots.

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    Here's one I took on our flight from Japan to Anchorage, Alaska with the Leica Summicron-C 40mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duane Pandorf View Post
    Here's one I took on our flight from Japan to Anchorage, Alaska with the Leica Summicron-C 40mm.
    Nice shot Duane......that little lens really shines.

    Here are two from today with the ZM 50/1.5






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    Duane and Rich; Good b&w photos with good lenses!

    Here is one with a new alt lens. This Jupiter is a good sharp lens and looks great on the GXR! Some distortion and 1 meter focus are my first little critics.

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    And one for my series with the same lens. (Distortion corrected)

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    Youse have all been very active. Some of the best GXR (and M9) images reside on this thread.... I've been under the weather but I'll try to do my part....

    Duane, nice to see you found your way home....Don

    The Edward Steichen Estate, Redding CT.

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    First time I have seen your landscapes, Don. Beautiful tones.

    This is the 28mm A12?

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    Keith, Thanks. Obviously these were not in Philly.
    When I get near clean air and nature, I breathe.
    Yes, these are the 28mm.
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    Cosina Voigtlander 75 @ ƒ2.8, 1/810", opened up 0.5 EV in Aperture—otherwise, save being resized, SOOC.

    I love this ugly duckling!



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    And @ Streetshooter: we read everywhere that the 28 module is not sharp, too...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    The Edward Steichen Estate, Redding CT.
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    Don......great shots. I like this one especially. I used to live in CT......never even knew this place existed.

    You were a very early Ricoh adoptee......you're really nailing them.

    All the best.......R

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    And now for something completely different...


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    Agnius

    Subject, color, composition, framing, and action - - all excellent!

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    What I find interesting on this thread, is the diversity of style and intent. Yeah, I know it's a photo thread but it is inspired by a single camera. Well, almost a single camera. Godfrey's M9 doesn't count.

    I find in exciting to see how users have made the camera adapt to their vision and not the other way around. If you read this thread well, there's no real issues about techie stuff like on other camera threads.
    Maybe its just my observations and that's ok cause that's what I do...observe.
    Anyway, youse are all much fun to be around...
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