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Re: Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


Gary Clennan wrote:
edwardkaraa wrote:
Congratulations Charles! Where will you be posting your images?


You cheeky bugger Edward! Those threads are truly a mess but it really is great to see all the excitement over this release. I think once things calm down we will see some great images posted from this camera. The A7 may be a good alternative to my D700 (for mid/long glass) but I will wait a while longer to make a decision. I'm looking forward to seeing some of Charles' images so I suppose I should mosey on over to the A7 thread every once and a while.


Haha, you know just the usual madness after each new product release Anyhow, I'm convinced this camera is not for us. It will be a great addition to a Leica M(9) as Charles said, as it allows to shoot up close with precise framing. But the entire zone C and a good part of zone B are smeared and blurred even stopped down to crazy apertures like f/11-16 so it's gonna be impossible to shoot landscapes with anyting shorter than 50mm.




Nov 26, 2013 at 06:03 PM
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Re: Leica M8/M9/X1 Picture Thread


Gary Clennan wrote:
edwardkaraa wrote:
Congratulations Charles! Where will you be posting your images?


You cheeky bugger Edward! Those threads are truly a mess but it really is great to see all the excitement over this release. I think once things calm down we will see some great images posted from this camera. The A7 may be a good alternative to my D700 (for mid/long glass) but I will wait a while longer to make a decision. I'm looking forward to seeing some of Charles' images so I suppose I should mosey on over to the A7 thread every once and a while.


Haha, you know just the usual madness after each new product release Anyhow, I'm convinced this camera is not for us. It will be a great addition to a Leica M(9) as Charles said, as it allows to shoot up close with precise framing. But the entire zone C and a good part of zone B are smeared and blurred even stopped down to crazy apertures like f/11-16.




Nov 26, 2013 at 06:01 PM



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