W/NW: M240 B/W pictures
Old 05-21-2015   #1
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W/NW: M240 B/W pictures

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Old 05-23-2015   #5
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Thanks for participating, guys. One more from me:

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Cross-post from my "M Diary", at this morning's carneval:









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Nice thread. Shot with the CV 50/2 Heliar classic.

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Club shooting at the Detroit Music Hall Jazz Café and Cliff Bells:

20150118-056-web by Mike Tuomey, on Flickr

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Most excellent, Mike. Have to try 6400.

Kirk, does the Heliar collapse OK ? Thanks !
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That first one Mike! .... So good!
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That first one Mike! .... So good!
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Thank you Roland, Andy, and Helen. Crushing the blacks (my weakness) helps a lot

Lots of really fine images on this thread - well done!

240's iso 5000-6400 can work, not as clean as the MM, but good enough for me.
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Thank you Roland, Andy, and Helen. Crushing the blacks (my weakness) helps a lot

Lots of really fine images on this thread - well done!

240's iso 5000-6400 can work, not as clean as the MM, but good enough for me.

It's not quite up to my D700 at 6400 .... but certainly not far off either.


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Smiled when I saw this one, Keith. You must have gotten wet too.

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It's not quite up to my D700 at 6400 .... but certainly not far off either.
Good to know, Keith (nice pic). Will help my dSLR immunization plan



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Lovely Keith !


i love Resolution and Clarity but what I don't like about Digital is when its tooo Clean
Hence I may love 3200-6400 on the 240

Yes to "crush the blacks" ... rich Beautiful inky Blacks
Well said, Helen. I lose myself in those "inky" depths ...
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Most excellent, Mike. Have to try 6400.

Kirk, does the Heliar collapse OK ? Thanks !
Roland - The Heliar collapses just fine. No problems. It does have a fair amount of focus shift, so I would use the EVF if I were using the lens regularly.

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Seriously nice work in this thread ... great idea Roland!


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Smiled when I saw this one, Keith. You must have gotten wet too.

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The safety/protection of a nearby doorway Roland .... and the 85mm Zuiko via adapter!

You can damned near drown in rain like that!
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