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  1. Probably the most famous landmark on Dorset's Coast, Durdle Door is definitely impressive and a real sight to behold. Here I shot it at sunset, but it's beautiful at sunrise as well. With the Leica SL and the spectacularly wide Voigtlander 10mm Hyper Wide Heliar with Formatt-Hitech Firecrest filters used through the extremely useful Bombo adapter. Thanks for viewing, best regards Vieri
  2. All taken with the Leica SL and 24-90mm zoom, in trying conditions (crowds and tricky light). I am a confirmed atheist (raised in a Christian family), and would align myself with Bertrand Russell's flying teapot or the Flying Spaghetti & Meatballs, if you prefer. There's no denying, however, the intense spirituality of Jerusalem, and this place in particular. There are a number of Christian sects vying for control of the Church, and disagreements such that a local Muslim family has held the keys to the Church for some generations to avoid squabbles about access. Here is the courtyard - like much of the Old City of Jerusalem, a lot of history is crammed on top of each other.
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    Elbphilharmonie Hamburg harbour The biggest Jazz Festival in germany, and the best: Concert at midnight at the "Elphi" called Elbphilharmonie Cristoph Spangenberg plays NIRVANA as a solo version on piano... outside:
  4. Hallo Zusammen, Kann sich jemand vorstellen die SL „vorerst“ ausschließlich mit M-Objektiven zu verwenden ? Ich schätze diese Optiken über alles, komme aber mit den Eigenheiten der Messucherkamera (M9-P/M246) nicht allzu gut zurecht. (Exaktes Festlegen des Ausschnitts, Aufstecksucher für Weitwinkel, Beurteilung der Tiefenschärfe,…) Gruß Andi
  5. An amazing pastel cloudy sky over Manly Beacon, at Zabriskie Point in Death Valley NP, just before sunrise. With the Leica SL and the Voigtlander 15mm v. III. Thanks for viewing, best regards Vieri
  6. This winter in Death Valley I was lucky to get two (!) rainstorms in a few days. When it rains on some of the driest landscapes on Earth, the landscape change in ways unimaginable when you see it dry: here you can see Cottonball Marsh turned into a spectacular lake at sunset. Leica SL (Typ 601) and Voigtlander 15mm. Thanks for viewing, best regards Vieri
  7. The long descent to Seacombe Cove, on Dorset's Jurassic Coast in the UK, brings you to a spectacular little cove where you really feel to have time-walked into the past. With Leica SL and Voigtlander 15mm v. III. Thanks for viewing, best regards Vieri
  8. The Racetrack, in Death Valley, where the stones travel by themselves, is an incredible location. The long off-road drive to get there is definitely worth it: seeing and photographing these stones with their trails is magic, every time. Leica SL (Typ 601) and Voigtlander 15mm. Thank you for viewing, best regards Vieri
  9. The spectacular double cave and arch at Playa de Campiecho, in the Asturias (Spain), here with both openings shown in full in the amazing sunset light. I had to stand in the cold sea water for quite a while, but it was definitely worth it! Leica SL, Voigtlander 15mm. Thanks for viewing, best regards Vieri
  10. The amazing Playa de Gueirua, in the Asturias, at sunrise. A steep descent to get there (and a steep ascent to go back!), but definitely worth it. Leica SL, Voigtlander 15mm. Best regards, Vieri
  11. "Double cave and arch" at Playa de Campiecho, Asturias. Leica SL, Voigtlander 15mm v. III. Thanks for viewing, best regards Vieri
  12. "Badwater, IV" from Death Valley, USA. Leica SL, Voigtlander 15mm v. III. Thanks for viewing, best Vieri
  13. Hi, I'm wondering if anyone has come across a Leica SL half case worth sharing. I got used to them since the M8, and kind of miss it now in the SL, although never before I used them in any of my SLRs. I have not found anything yet. I heard Arte Di Mano is developing one, and I would guess others are too. Thanks so much. m.
  14. Brought it with me on a trip over the holidays. Nowhere near as comprehensive review as Sean Reid's - but here's my take on the lens, published by Leica San Francisco: http://www.madeinwetzlar.com/on-vacation-with-the-leica-sl-summilux-50mm-f-1.4
  15. The Stone Circle at Machrie Moor, on the Isle of Arran in Scotland at sunset. Leica SL, Vario-Elmarit-SL at 34mm, 1 second @ f/10. Best, Vieri
  16. Nun konnte ich meine neue Leica SL (601) ausgiebig testen und bin im Grossen und Ganzen begeistert. Was mir jedoch fehlt, wie auch bei der Leica M, ist die Möglichkeit der Doppel- oder Mehrfachbelichtung. Dieses, bis auf die Ursprünge der Fotografie zurückgehende Stilmittel, nutzte ich analog sehr oft. Es wäre wohl ein leichtes die Möglichkeit zu programmieren, eine Doppelbelichtung zuzulassen. Denn was auch mit der alten, analogen SL möglich war, sollte doch mindestens auch digital umgesetzt werden könnte. Gruss smy
  17. Has anybody used yet the AFS NIKKOR 14-24mm 2,8 G ED on the SL? ​What adapter are available? Can you post a link to this theme. I could not find any meaningful post. Thanks Hans https://plus.google....gmbpt=true&fd=1 https://www.facebook.com/khunhans
  18. Ming Thein said this in his "cameropedia" page about the 24-90: I would think that if the focus shift was a significant problem, we would hear more about it on the forum, especially since most SL users seem delighted with the SL and that lens specifically. Any feedback? (Ming's page is https://blog.mingthein.com/equipmentdatabase/ ).
  19. Corrie's fossil sands, on the Isle of Arran in Scotland. Leica SL and Voigtlander 12mm. 1 minute @ f/11. Thanks for viewing, best Vieri
  20. Hier mal ein deutscher Erfahrungsbericht zur Leica SL. Viele Spaß beim Lesen http://norbertwindecker.blogspot.com/2015/12/erster-eindruck-und-tests-mit-der-leica.html http://norbertwindecker.blogspot.com/2016/03/erfahrungsbericht-leica-vario-elmarit.html
  21. A street portrait with the SL and the Canon 50/f1.2. Thanks for looking.
  22. I was editing some images that I took last week in New York city, including some taken from the observation deck of the Empire State Building. Then I remembered that I had taken some shots of the same view from the same location, 15 years ago. 2001: Hasselblad 205FCC 110mm (35mm equ 70mm) Planar lens, Fujichrome 100, 6x6cm tranny scanned in an Imacon Flextight scanner to 135Mb 2016: Leica SL, 24-90mm lens (at 68mm), 24 Megapixel sensor, ISO 100, DNG 42Mb Both shot on a clear morning. Both handheld. Both similar field of view (about 70mm) The Hasselblad body, lens and the Imacon scanner were arguably the best quality equipment ever produced for a portable film camera. And, of course, the 6x6cm trannies have a much larger surface area than a 35mm sensor. The Leica SL and 24-90 zoom is arguably current state-of-the-art for quality, portable, digital camera / lens. Of course, the SL is streets ahead of the old film 'blads in terms of convenience and percentage of usable images. But I was interested in seeing how things have progressed, IQ wise. So, I used LR's compare feature to find the same portion of the image at 100%. Then took a screenshot of the two side-by-side. The Leica image is on the left, the scanned Hasselblad image is on the right. After 15 years, we can see that the 35mm Leica has surpassed the scanned 6x6cm MF transparency in terms of resolution, colour and punch. (and the New Yorkers have painted some of their water tanks) And here is the Hasselblad scanned tranny from 2001: And the Leica SL image from 2016:
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