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Old 09-01-2017   #401
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From last week's visit to New York ...


A Gray Day to Fly
Westchester County Airport 2017
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Leica M-D + Summilux-M 35 v2
ISO 400 @ f/8

This photo is a nine frame panorama composite, captured hand-held through the Observation Lounge window. The full resolution image is available on Flickr (with suitable permissions), it's 68 MPixel and runs about 7 megabytes or so.

The M-D is my favorite Leica M of all.

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Nicely done Godfrey.
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Very nice!

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Flight over Wolfe Lake
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Riley at the Cottage
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The preceding images were from an afternoon I spent with the M-D last spring.

My experience with it that day (and the 35mm Summilux ASPH and Elmar-M 24mm I borrowed from the Leica reps) is probably the single greatest contributing factor to my buying back in to the Leica system.

Recently, I purchased an M3 and collapsible 50 Summicron on impulse at a camera show and then I logged into this site for the first time since 2013 (?!?). Glad I remembered my password
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The preceding images were from an afternoon I spent with the M-D last spring.

My experience with it that day (and the 35mm Summilux ASPH and Elmar-M 24mm I borrowed from the Leica reps) is probably the single greatest contributing factor to my buying back in to the Leica system.

Recently, I purchased an M3 and collapsible 50 Summicron on impulse at a camera show and then I logged into this site for the first time since 2013 (?!?). Glad I remembered my password
They look Torontoish

Who is repping Leica there now? Vistek?
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One from yesterday morning, 35/1.4 Summilux.


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Still loving my 5cm/1.4 Nikkor

And I'm pretty convinced that the UV/IR cut filter makes a difference in the colour rendering. This photo has had very little done to it out of the camera -- I'm very pleased with these colours.


Early Morning Cromwell Valley
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I hate the whole "purity" meme. It's just marketing BS.

You work with an M-D the same way you work with an M7. Necessary functions like setting time/date, checking battery, checking storage, performing updates, etc all happen with the FN button and the viewfinder. You can check your exposures at any time by using a smartphone or tablet with an SD card reader ... just take the SD card out of the camera, and view its contents on your device (presumably with an app that knows how to process DNG files like PhotoRAW on iOS).

If you have needs for an LCD/EVF in your shooting workflow, this is not the correct model M for you. Leica makes several others...
Plug a card into another device to chimp. Ridiculous.
Screen on back is the best thing offered on cameras to date.
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Plug a card into another device to chimp. Ridiculous.
Youíre right - this camera is completely ridiculous. And thatís why I personally like it
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