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    Never used this lens on the Ricoh yet. It is great!

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    Nice to see some shooting with the GXR again, Michiel.
    Excellent work as always!

    There are just too many fine cameras in the closet these days. I haven't touched my GXR for a long long time. I should probably get off my butt and sell it; the M9, E-M1, and A7 have pretty much taken over for all my digital shooting.

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    Ah Godfrey, thank you!
    It is actually because I don't have any other camera at the moment. My A7r is now already more then 3 weeks under reparation at Sony's service center. My EVF didn't work anymore.
    The Ricoh files are still great though.

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    Serious bussines.

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    Thank you for coming to this remote area of the forum and the likes!

    One more from Zeeland

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    From today.


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    From another angle.


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    om zuiko 24/2.8
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    I really need to use my GXR more. It's such a discreet camera for the street.


    Soho, London, GXR-M with 25mm f2.8 ZM biogon


    Covent Garden, GXR-M with 50mm ZM c-sonnar

    Although sometimes it's nice when your subject holds still!


    GXR-M with 50mm ZM c-sonnar
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    CZ Biogon 2.8/28
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    Biogon 2.8/28

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    OM Zuiko 50/1.4



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    Re: Ricoh GXR - Show your images

    Quote Originally Posted by Kameleo View Post
    OM Zuiko 50/1.4

    "...I think I will need a day off, just to rethink everything...meaning of life and so...he can walk the cat instead..."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    "...I think I will need a day off, just to rethink everything...meaning of life and so...he can walk the cat instead..."
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    absolutely agree! thanks Thorkil!

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    So nice to see this thread revive, if only shortly! Seeing these images again reinforces my love for this little camera - and my sadness over the decision to discontinue it. I am currently having a gallery exhibition which consists primarily of large (20" x 32") images from my Leica M8 and M9...but it also includes four GXR images. Not one person has noticed that there is any difference - and no loss of quality - in the GXR images!

    GXR A12 module:




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    Don't know why my website link isn't producing an image...I'll work on it.

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    Sometimes I hate my website.

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    And the other:


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    OM Zuiko 50/1.4
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    If I could find a GXR and M module in nice condition, I would snap it up.....
    I Sing The Camera Electric....
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    Just re-processed some of my old GXR files from 2013. I really loved this camera and was disappointed that it was dropped and never updated. I may drag it out of the closet and see if it can still produce some nice, fresh images.

    Wine cellar doors, Contax G 28/2.8 Biogon



    Clouds and bridge light, Contax Zeiss 28/2.8 Distagon



    Civil war cemetery with new stone markers, Contax Zeiss 45/2.8 Tessar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Just re-processed some of my old GXR files from 2013. I really loved this camera and was disappointed that it was dropped and never updated. I may drag it out of the closet and see if it can still produce some nice, fresh images.
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    Lovely photos, Carl!

    The GXR was a fantastic concept executed very nicely, but it was both complex and expensive, and that made it difficult to explain to most folks why it was worth the extra money ... never mind the costs of doing upgrades in firmware and/or hardware. I really liked it too and was saddened when they discontinued it. It remains the single camera that was MOST compatible with all my M-mount lenses, including some of the Voigtländer Color Skopars that don't play well with most of Leica's sensors.

    I sold all my GXR kit some years ago now; the only lens I bought for it specifically that I still have is the Color Skopar 28mm f/3.5. I just can't bring myself to hold onto good equipment once I stop using it ...

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    Two more with the CV 21/1.8 Ultron on the GXR A12 mount.



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    [QUOTE=scho;762183]Two more with the CV 21/1.8 Ultron on the GXR A12 mount.

    Hello Carl, Both lovely photos. Sometimes I think GXR has more "weight" than M8. GXR is so far most affordable M mount digital.
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    Resurrected GXR (actually a refurb with new A12 mount module that I found on eBay). Forgot that I gave my 2013 model to my daughter. Nevertheless, it still renders beautifully just as I remembered. First test with my old Contax 25/2.8 Distagon. Excuse the moire that I didn't clean up.

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    Good to see GXR photos posted again! Almost tempts me to hunt up another ... but I have the Leica CL now, really don't need to buy another camera!

    Pulling up one of my old favorites from 2011:


    Ricoh GXR + A12 50mm f/2.5 Macro
    ISO 400 @ f/5 @ 1/9 second

    enjoy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Good to see GXR photos posted again! Almost tempts me to hunt up another ... but I have the Leica CL now, really don't need to buy another camera!

    Pulling up one of my old favorites from 2011:


    Ricoh GXR + A12 50mm f/2.5 Macro
    ISO 400 @ f/5 @ 1/9 second

    enjoy!
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    Nice! I may eventually end up with a CL, but I will wait awhile and see how I get on with the old GXR.
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    Today I put the CV 15/4.5 III on the GXR and used it pretty much as a fixed focus camera. Set aperture to f/6.3, focus point between the 3m and INF marks, and just shot with those settings on my walk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Nice! I may eventually end up with a CL, but I will wait awhile and see how I get on with the old GXR.
    It's interesting to compare the two cameras.

    The Ricoh GXR with A12 Camera Mount unit has a slightly more ergonomic shape and feel to its body with more configuration settings to work with. The removable, tilt-up EVF is handy, but on the downside it's a bit fragile and the EVF is 2009 spec performance (kinda poor by today's standards). Accepting the EVF as good enough, it can be configured very nicely to suit your shooting needs and works very well.

    The Leica CL is a much simpler, more refined camera to work with. It has fewer customizations available, but IMO needs fewer to work well. The EVF is modern quality and on par for the camera class. Speaking only from the perspective of using M and R lenses on it, Leica's lens profiles ensure that nearly all their lenses perform beautifully on the CL. I've found it to also work very nicely with the Voigtländer Color Skopar 28mm f/3.5 and a couple of Nikkor SLR lenses (28/2 AI, micro 55/3.5 PreAI) as well. The CL has the feeling of a "just slightly smaller but half a pound lighter Leica M" to it, and the controls are similarly mostly easy to learn and use.

    Both cameras have a solid, quality feel to them and produce very high quality DNG files that render well using Lightroom. The CL's WiFi remote control app is a nice plus; the fact that the Ricoh can be used with a wired remote is a nice plus too (wish the CL had that).

    Both are great cameras, really. I was very happy using the GXR in its day, and as I learn and use the CL I'm getting the same "great performance in a nice compact package" joy out of it too.

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    My favorite walkabout lens for the GXR. The tiny CV 25/4 Color-Skopar.

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    Two walkabout shots from Stewart Park today. GXR CV 25/4 Color-Skopar



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    A few shots taken using the GXR with the CV 25/4 Skopar and Minolta M-Rokkor 40/2 in the Ithaca Children's Garden.









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    A couple of shots taken with an old Leitz 90/4 M-Rokkor on the GXR. Both shot at f/4.



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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    A couple of shots taken with an old Leitz 90/4 M-Rokkor on the GXR. ...
    I have the same lens ... it's a really nice, tiny little thing with excellent optics. The early ones were made in Wetzlar and are identical to the Leica Elmar-C 90mm f/4 except for the lens bezels that say "M-ROKKOR" and have the standard JIS 40.5mm filter thread instead of the DIN filter and hood setup.

    One of my favorite GXR photos made with this lens:


    Bicyclist on Jurby Road
    Sandygate, Isle of Man 2011

    Ricoh GXR-M + M-Rokkor 90mm f/4

    enjoy!
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    Another old repro of a sunflower field in Lansing, NY. Ricoh GXR + Contax G 28/2.8 Biogon. They keep rotating sunflower fields so hard to keep track when going back to re-shoot.

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    [QUOTE=scho;763094]Another old repro of a sunflower field in Lansing, NY. Ricoh GXR + Contax G 28/2.8 Biogon. They keep rotating sunflower fields so hard to keep track when going back to re-shoot.

    Carl, This is a beautiful image. I have a chance to buy Contax G 28 (Miyazaki coverted to M),whats your opinion about this lens. Asking ptice is aroung 600+ GBP. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Another old repro of a sunflower field in Lansing, NY. Ricoh GXR + Contax G 28/2.8 Biogon. They keep rotating sunflower fields so hard to keep track when going back to re-shoot.

    Carl, This is a beautiful image. I have a chance to buy Contax G 28 (Miyazaki coverted to M),whats your opinion about this lens. Asking ptice is aroung 600+ GBP. Thanks.
    The M mount converted Contax G Biogon that I used for this and other shots with the GXR performed very well with the A12 mount sensor. Unfortunately it has serious problems on full frame Sony sensors (corner/edge smearing) so unless you intend to use the biogon only with M mount APS-C sensors like the GXR A2 mount design it won't be very useful with modern, FF cameras.
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    The M mount converted Contax G Biogon that I used for this and other shots with the GXR performed very well with the A12 mount sensor. Unfortunately it has serious problems on full frame Sony sensors (corner/edge smearing) so unless you intend to use the biogon only with M mount APS-C sensors like the GXR A2 mount design it won't be very useful with modern, FF cameras.
    I will give it a miss because I have sevaral lenses in that focal length and many others collected over past 25 odd years.
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