Upload & Sell: On
Ron, Gary, Joakim, Katie, Michael, Charlie, Phil and everyone... great shots! I have been watching and liking. I have not traveled for the last 8 months being very busy, so not a lot of shots either!
Last week, I have traded my spare M240 for a A7s to compliment the A7r, now to be used as a backup. I only reason I kept a backup M240 was to ensure I still had a camera, when it needed the occasional re-calibration/repair and then needed to be sent back to Solms. It appears the servicing and recalibration will still be in Solms for the foreseeable future for the M240. This is one advantage of the M9, as it can usually be serviced within a few days!
I still have my M240 which I do love BTW. I still feel the M240 is much better as an overall package, ergonomics/speed/improved ISO/LV compared to the M9. The second hand prices for the M240 are coming down too.
As mentioned already, the CV 35/1.4 SC is excellent for B&W work, as it yields great tonality. It may be too bland for most people, as they more accustomed to the higher contrast. The CV 35/1.4 MC would the only lens I would consider for color work. As Ron is suggesting the CV 35/1.2 is a great lens and plays well with the A7's.