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Robert, I think the guy to ask that question is Boris (bobu). While he's getting out of Leica due to the M240's live view implementation, he's worked with both of those and the 21 SEM. If you visit his and Philippe's (philber) trip to Patagonia, he may have some relevant images. Or PM him. BTW, I really love the color image in the previous set. Those above are also very interesting, particularly the interior.
Dexter - thanks. I think there is a difference though. Joe's concern is about lens-induced edge color shift. You seem to be referring to the overall feel of the files vs. the M9. I agree, there is a difference to the M240 files that reminds me of Canon's to some degree, due to an underlying color quality that might be inherent to the camera's color profile. A lot of times Canon files feel too red in underlying tones, and it's difficult to get rid of in some software. It's one reason I liked Canon's DPP RAW converter.
Michael - nice work! This is the first time I've seen such flare with the 28 Cron. Going through the images from this portion of the day, there were a few more with this flare, but most of the time, it was unattractive veiling flare. I find one has to be somewhat cautious with the 28 Cron. If there is sun outside the frame but shining on the front element, there is a fairly good chance for veiling flare. With the 21 SEM I rarely worry about it. It seems to worsen, at least with the lenses I've used, as the focal length increases.