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Old 04-29-2013   #561
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Leica M9 with Contax G Plannar 45/2 remount to M.

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M9-P with CV 90/3.5 APO (guess the aperture? No cheating!)



You'll just have to imagine the in-focus bits about twice as sharp as this looks - it actually is in Lightroom at least.
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Old 05-03-2013   #565
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Old 05-03-2013   #566
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Congratulations Tennesse. The M9 and you and that lens are a good match. Subject's good too.
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Thank you! And she is!
It's a lovely camera. Using it like an m6 at the moment, except for trying out colour for the first time in years...

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Hi Chris- I like the look of the bark and soft colors here. I am thinking it is stopped down some because the background is quite discernible and there must be quite a bit of distance between the subject tree and the more distant ones.... That said, I know you'll say it is wide-open....I didn't look


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Hi Chris- I like the look of the bark and soft colors here. I am thinking it is stopped down some because the background is quite discernible and there must be quite a bit of distance between the subject tree and the more distant ones.... That said, I know you'll say it is wide-open....I didn't look
Hi - I had to check the exif myself! From memory I had the lens stopped down at least one stop. The exif says f/5.7 (the M9 doesn't have a direct reading from the lens setting, and estimates the aperture from the light reading). I think 5.6 is probably right.
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Hi - I had to check the exif myself! From memory I had the lens stopped down at least one stop. The exif says f/5.7 (the M9 doesn't have a direct reading from the lens setting, and estimates the aperture from the light reading). I think 5.6 is probably right.
The M9 can be way off in its estimation of aperture, both ways depending on the lens. I find it consistently increases the f stop number with my 50 Elmar M - underestimates the aperture, the amount of light let in. I haven't looked at this systematically with other lenses.
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The M9 can be way off in its estimation of aperture, both ways depending on the lens. I find it consistently increases the f stop number with my 50 Elmar M - underestimates the aperture, the amount of light let in. I haven't looked at this systematically with other lenses.
My experience as well- that M9 gets aperture wrong in exif. I think with my 28 'cron, which is currently my only coded lens, and dialed in may be accurate. Next time I use that one, I will pay attention.
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Old 05-14-2013   #574
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Matt Nathanson's PR wants to use this, which makes me pretty psyched:

Matt Nathanson Bottlerock-5.jpg by Aeturnum, on Flickr

From a friends' romantic event:

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One with the VC 21/4.

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M9-P, 35/2.8 C Biogon:


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Wow. Put this in the Gallery and it will be a much chosen pick in the weekly Gallery picks. Delightful shot.
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Agreed!

Another with the VC 21/4. Lightroom mono conversion.

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Sydney street, A couple of weeks ago. Taken by Jerry with his M9 and 50 Summilux ASPH. Me and M9-P with 21 C Biogon.


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Many thanks!

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M9-P 90/2.5 Tele-Elmarit:


Bruce, May 05, 2013 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr

More with the 35/2.8 C Biogon:


Shades, Iron Tail Gallery, May 16, 2013 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr


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Simply...Superb Tenessejones !!

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Another with the VC 21/4. Lightroom mono conversion.
Wonderful shot Chris, love the Mix of Textures& Tones...


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Sydney street, A couple of weeks ago. Taken by Jerry with his M9 and 50 Summilux ASPH. Me and M9-P with 21 C Biogon.

<<Richard & M9-P>> by JerryBay, on Flickr
Fab portrait of You Richard...that Lux asph is Stellar
Love your set up btw

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Wow Maggie that 90 works Supreme on the M9p...love it !!
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Thanks Helen. The full size image is very very sharp. Jerry can hold 1/90s very steady. You can read the lens details....
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A couple of shots using a 35 summicron fitted with a Hoya r72 IR filter.



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Thank you, Helen!!! I don't use the 90 that much, but every time I do I wonder why I don't use it more.
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M9-P, 35/2.8 C Biogon, in-camera B&W:


27th and South Streets, Lincoln, NE, May 17, 2013 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr


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50mm Summilux E46 non-ASPH

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In memory of my now-sold M9, some pictures from last year's Easter week in Sicily:


Untitled by renzerispens.com, on Flickr


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Untitled by renzerispens.com, on Flickr

Here's the rest of the set: http://www.flickr.com/photos/renzsu/...th/7142507185/

(and no, this last picture isn't of some dead guy.. it's Gigi, a famous character in Trapani. As the 24 hour Easter processions come to a dramatic conclusion, you can usually count on Gigi being overcome with emotion and fainting. I was lucky to be there to witness it ).
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M9-P, Zeiss C Sonnar 50/1,5:


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I was surprised that the 35 Biogon distorts this much?

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From a Brooklyn Bridge photo walk I instructed the other day. All with M9 and 35mm 'cron v4











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