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Old 01-23-2013   #361
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Old 01-23-2013   #362
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Old 01-24-2013   #363
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I like this one. It makes you think. . or at least think about thinking. :^)
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Old 01-25-2013   #365
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Old 01-25-2013   #367
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Old 01-26-2013   #368
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Ah, the print QA team is already on the job...


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Another from the C Sonnar and then one from the C Biogon 35/2.8:


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Old 01-26-2013   #370
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Three from my second trip out with the M9 - although I got caught out by the battery dying after around 150 shots (plus moderate chimping and deleting) and had to pack up and go home. Is that normal?

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Old 01-26-2013   #371
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Old 01-26-2013   #372
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Fabulous results at night in colour stichohana.
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strong graphics of variety level of forms and I like the red plastic container (coffee mug) which slightly gives interesting object with contrasting color, a dash of horror and irony... that it may fall quickly to the other side quietly polluting the planet.
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Old 02-01-2013   #383
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Great page. How bad do you feel being stuck with an M9? Not only am I over wanting a Monochrom, I'm now slightly sorry I didn't grab the sister chrome M9P at my dealer, now sold.
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Great page. How bad do you feel being stuck with an M9? Not only am I over wanting a Monochrom, I'm now slightly sorry I didn't grab the sister chrome M9P at my dealer, now sold.
I don't feel bad at all with my M9 - the Monochrom would be a limitation, because I like colour too. And a M9 and a Monochrom would be a quite huge investment and additional weight , because I could'nt decide, which to take with me. So my choice is the M9, which opens both worlds (in some limited way regarding black and white, but I can live with that).

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Old 02-04-2013   #387
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Lovely shots Lachie. I especially like the two wine bar shots. Nice exposures. What ISO?
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Cape Otway National Park, Victoria, Australia. Just above Lorne. With the 21mm f4.5 C Biogon.


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I do like that Otways shot Rich. The bar shots are 160/800 respectively. Gotta love that auto-ISO.
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I am going to explore auto ISO. I had been let down by the minimum shutter speed limit of 1/125 until you pointed out the bleeding obvious to me: just set 1/500 and f4 for the street and come what may.
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There is something very compelling about auto-ISO. Especially with exposure lock / exposure compensation, especially because in aperture priority you can always see the shutter speed in the finder... Oh, M5, if only you had auto-ISO.
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Maggie, I just got a 3880 on Friday and I must say that the printer is so good that the photographer is now failing the QC process. I am worried that I am not worthy. That shot of the guitars is great.

While it won't solve my quality deficiencies, this entire thread has me pining away from an M9.
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How about something different? And yes, these were made with my M9.


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There is something very compelling about auto-ISO. Especially with exposure lock / exposure compensation, especially because in aperture priority you can always see the shutter speed in the finder... Oh, M5, if only you had auto-ISO.
The M5 does, it's called Kodak Portra 400!
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Maggie, I just got a 3880 on Friday and I must say that the printer is so good that the photographer is now failing the QC process. I am worried that I am not worthy. That shot of the guitars is great.

While it won't solve my quality deficiencies, this entire thread has me pining away from an M9.
I'm hoping that I'm worthy, too. I've barely had time to unbox the mighty beast and am reading all of Ctein's articles about printing with it. I've got a print of his that he did with an Olympus E-P2 and it is just stunning. I imagine the M9 files will really be something, assuming I don't screw the pooch.
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I went out yesterday with my new to me M9 to continue the series on the Cambridgeshire fens I'm working on. Nice to have such a light full frame body but the very bright sky and black clay fields were a test for the metering, to say the least.









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