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Nick De Marco

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  1. It was just there, then the question was where to stand to take the photo
  2. Horizontal & vertical lens, Hove. Leoca Monochrom 246, 21mm Voigtlander Color-Skopar f3.5 ASPH
  3. Wick. Leica M Monochrom 246 + 21mm Voigtlander Color-Skopar f3.5 Asph VM
  4. Old Street. Leica SL-S, Voigtlander Color-Skopar 21mm f3.5 ASPH VM
  5. Nature’s patterns. Leica SL2-S, Lumix 24-105 f4
  6. Yes. Returned the 7artisans and bought the Haoge Macro Focus Lens Mount Adapter instead - works perfectly
  7. Embassy Court 9: Abstracts. Leica SL2-S. From my blog: https://rangefinderchronicles.blogspot.com/2021/08/modark-modernist-architecture.html
  8. And thank you for your advice on the GR III. Being quite a 28 guy (on some days, at least) I am looking forward to it.
  9. I agree with that (not that I do enough hiking I am afraid). Each camera has its strengths - I'm pleased to say - so I don't feel it was a waste of money buying the fpL - and for what it is it is very good value. I just prefer the SL2-S to use, and for most, but not all, things. If I was going to use a tripod to photograph the moon, for instance, I would use the fpL because the 60mp resolution gives me so much more cropping facility it would be like having a 3x telephoto extender on the SL2-S, without losing any light.
  10. Sure. I explained some of it in this last blog post: https://www.blogger.com/blog/post/edit/1383094986304741224/3041415016625884525. Basically it is about usability/functionality rather than image quality. I don't think there is much between the fpL, the S5 of the SL2-S in terms of image quality. They are all superb, and the fpL has the advantage of 60-mp if you want that. But I just found shooting with the SL2-S much easier and more enjoyable. It's a combination of (1) the amazing viewfinder, which is so easy to see and focus with, (2) the size and shape in the hand and (3) the easy, ba
  11. Hello everyone, I just published a blog post about some Modernist architecture I have been photographing recently, based round the two great Wells Coates buildings in England, Isokon and Embassy Court. If you are interested in that kind of thing, please take a look here: MODARK. I shall post a couple of the photos (nearly all taken with Leiac SL2-S or M Monochro), below. Thanks Nick
  12. Thanks very much Wally. I shall do that. Nick
  13. Isokon 1; Leica SL2-S, Lumix 24-105mm From my blog: MODARK
  14. Southgate Underground Station Leica M240. 28mm Summicron ASPH From my blog: MODARK
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