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  1. irgendwie fühlte ich mich beobachtet....
  2. The new Voigtländer Nokton 1,2/50mm arrived on monday and after some initial indoor tests I finally took it outdoors with the Leica SL. I have to say that I really like this lens. Wide open sharpness is good enough for me(I don't make huge prints and for portraits a little softness is sometimes more than welcome). Stopped down the lens is pin-sharp. Here some pictures from today, Leica SL/Nokton wide open
  3. HJKrahtz

    Posing

    From the album: People

    Testshot. In Wetzlar (Leica HV) testing the new Leica SL.

    © Hans-Jürgen Krahtz

  4. Outraged Productions recently traveled to the PhotoPlus Expo 2015 in New York City! Our production crew had an awesome time meeting some big name people at some big name companies! Unfortunately, we were only able to stay for a limited time, but we hope you enjoy this exclusive news coverage. More news coverage from #PPE2015 coming soon! Subscribe to our channel for future events!
  5. jazz2good

    Sheer Joy

    From the album: Weekend in NYC

    © Cary DeCamp

  6. From the album: Weekend in NYC

    © Cary DeCamp

  7. jazz2good

    Morning Jo

    From the album: Weekend in NYC

    © Cary DeCamp

  8. jazz2good

    In Touch

    From the album: Weekend in NYC

    © Cary DeCamp

  9. jazz2good

    Dark SoHo

    From the album: Weekend in NYC

    © Cary DeCamp

  10. From the album: Weekend in NYC

    © Cary DeCamp

  11. jazz2good

    Can't Wait

    From the album: Weekend in NYC

    © Cary DeCamp

  12. I’m not one for spending a lot of time pixel peeping but, last Sunday, I noticed that, over the last couple of years, by coincidence, I had taken a photo of the same subject (a ruined temple with lots of fine details), at the same place, from roughly the same distance, at roughly the same time of day, with three cameras: Hasselblad H4D50 - prime lens 100mm (~60mm) (4.5x6cm sensor @ 50 Mpxl) Sony A7Rii - prime lens 55mm (35mm sensor @ 42 Mpxl) Leica SL - zoom lens at about 50mm (35mm sensor @ 24 Mpxl) Coincidentally, I had used roughly the same ISO, shutter speed and aperture all 3 times. So I started doing some comparisons in LR, zoomed in on the TIF files at 100%. Nothing scientific at all, just looking around the images: centre, corners, details, colours, sky, etc. From a pure resolution point of view, I could not see any difference, either in the centre or in the corners. This means that: there’s no penalty from the lesser number of pixels; that the Leica SL zoom performed as well as the two prime lenses, and; in the 3 years since the H4D-50 sensor was built, sensor technology has advanced such that a CMOS 35mm sensor is equivalent to the older 4.5x6cm CCD sensor. From a colour point of view, the SL was discernibly better - against the 'blad, not by much, but better. Much more realistic than the Sony colours. Other noticeable differences: skies are definitely better rendered by the SL sensor, better gradation, smoother, less colour grains. From a usability point of view, the SL is way ahead of the other two. The hit ratio of quality images (focus, exposure) has been much higher than the other two cameras. After 40 years of knowing that "zoom = quality loss", with this SL, I need have no more concerns about using a zoom. With an additional bonus from this weather-sealed camera: one lens on the camera all day long, never have to expose the sensor to dust. No more juggling lens swaps. But kudos to the Sony too for keeping up with the two more expensive systems. But, it suffers greatly in usability and a lot of the lenses, by comparison, are poor, especially the zooms. The Zeiss 55mm that I mentioned above stands out in the Sony range as an exceptional lens. In my experience, none of the Sony zoom lens come close to the image quality of the Leica SL 24-90mm. And I wouldn't have the strength to lug around the Hasselblad zoom... Regards Peter
  13. When putting an S lens on an SL (through the yet to be released adapter), how does that 'affect' (equivalent) focal length and maximum aperture? When putting an 'APS-C lens' (e.g. T lens) on a full frame camera, one adds a crop factor of 1.5 and aperture remains unchanged. I would have expected with an S lens on the SL the reverse to happen (crop factor about 0.7 and aperture unchanged)? However, I saw a video of a Leica technical expert who claimed that if you put a 100mm 2.0 S lens on the SL, in effect you have a 100m/1.2 lens. That sounds a bit strange. Anyone having any thoughts on this?
  14. Love the camera, but the manual is ofen next to useless. I can't seem to find anything about the sensor cleaning system in the Leica SL. Can any of you advise on the following: 1) How does the electronic sensor cleaning system work? Does it activate on startup/shutdown as it does on my Canon SLR, or does it have to activated manually? If the latter, where is the switch in the menu structure? 2) Is there a specific procedure to follow for manual cleaning of the sensor? 3) Is there a dust detection system similar to the one in the M cameras? Thanks.
  15. Hello to everybody: this is my first post here and I hope not to have broken any rule. I simply want to say that last Monday I received my Leica SL with the firmware 1.2 installed. I do not know what really changed, but now, when I use my M lenses, I can activate the magnification by pressing the joystick button with my right thumb; I can now also activate the exposure compensation quickly: I have assigned this function to the FN button on the front of the camera. It seems to me that these features were not present in the previous firmware. Does anyone have more precise information about the new firmware? Thank you and ciao from Italy!
  16. Well, Today I had the SL Bundle in my hands like for an 1.5 hrs. I'm not a guy that write reviews but I just want to share my very personal experience and possible to read more about the impressions of other people that has test the camera. 1) Weight: Yes is a little heavy but not as any of the BIG C and N with their 24-70. For me will not be a problem since what I want to use the camera requires tripod 90% of the time. 2) Ergonomics: For my hands (I consider my hands M size) it feels very comfortable to hold it and I can normally modify settings with my thumb and with the index the Aperture and Shutter. 3) Menus: Is crazy, has a lot options but nothing complicated. Is very similar than the S so it was not very time consuming for me to learn how to navigate but coming from another systems for some people can create a little confusion. 4) Love the idea about the touch screen. It work flawless. 5) Viewfinder excellent, and when using manual focus lens together with the peaking is fast to achieve the focus. 6) The Auto-Focus is fast and with the navigation button i can place comfortably the spot where I want it. 7) The App on my iPhone work flawless with the camera (Not like the T that...nah, forget it) 8) Talking about the quality of the images, so far are sharp, it controls very good the highlights and the shadows. No visible CA. I will say that across the different focal lengths is constant the sharpness across the frame ( I open the images in LR saw them without Sharpening.) and the DR is better than my C5DMIII and similar as my SA7R but I'm not specialist on this so I judge based on my eyes and taste and with the final firmware I don't know if can change. 9) I used the AWB and is a little to warm for my taste but not big deal. Now, for me was very important to try 3rd party lenses and I use my Canon TS-E 24mm II and the TS-E 17mm and see how they behave. I used a Fotodiox EOS to Leica M and the M to T. My lenses were pre-set at F11. For my surprise and compare with the SL 24-90 @ 24mm @ F11, it is around 95% vs the native SL lens. The image is colder by 500 Kelvin out of the camera and yes, is present softened edges but in the centre is very good and the rest of the of the frame is good. I'm very please with the general experience and now I will play with the files to see how much I can push the images. Will I buy it?...Based on user experience, Yes. I only need to play with the pictures then have my last word.
  17. Do you still have questions about the Leica SL? We'll have a Leica SL workshop with Stefan Daniel and Stephan Schulz for Leica Forum members this Friday (November 13th). If you have questions we should ask the Leica experts - or try them out, please let us know! Andreas
  18. MatchTechnical and Tim Isaac have given me the privilege of testing a prototype of the Thumbs Up EP-SL grip for the SL camera. I am a huge fan of MatchTechnical's designs, which have adorned each of my Leica cameras since the M8. I believe that the EP-SL is another great design that will add to hand holding stability of the camera, in particular with larger lenses (SL and R lenses). Below are a few pictures. The grip should be available in a few weeks, from what I have been told....
  19. Hello to everybody and happy new year from Italy! I'm wondering if no one has experienced this problem during sequences bracketing. Nothing serious, just a nuisance. My SL (firmware 1.2) set up this way: DNG + JPG (JPG-L); Lexar two 64GB SDXC cards 1000X II (1 + 2 mode); AE braketing with 5 shots Well, my SL produces five regular DNG + JPG plus a sixth strangely corrupted JPG file. Here two samples: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4ac1xg2hp3rr8l9/L1010669%20copia.JPG?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/gclld35v4hahgdc/L1010443%20copia.JPG?dl=0 If there is someone who works in Leica, could also put this issue in things to be fixed, please ;-) Ciao and thank you.
  20. I've updated my Leica SL "Max" page with sample photos and more. The camera is now available (for a short moment it seems) and the first few ones has been shipped. Enjoy, and feel free to comment. http://www.overgaard.dk/Leica-Camera-Typ-601.html
  21. Was muss ich tun, um die gestrige Präsentation nachträglich zu sehen. Leider hat gestern nichts geklappt. Was habe ich nach dem Klick auf die ensprechende Zeile in der Ankündigungsmail falsch gemacht ??? Was hätte ich richtigerweise tun sollen ??? Grüsse aus Berlin EA
  22. Am Tag nach der Vorstellung der Leica SL habe ich mit den geschätzten Kollegen von FotoTV ein längeres Interview mit Stefan Daniel geführt - mit einigen interessanten Infos z.B. zur Entwicklung der Leica SL: Der Beitrag bei FotoTV: https://www.fototv.de/fototvnews-leica-sl
  23. Wir haben aus den wichtigsten Infos ein kleines Video zur Leica SL zusammengestellt:
  24. If you need a quick impression of the Leica SL, here is a 3" video we have put together:
  25. Here comes the Leica SL – a professional mirrorless system camera without compromise! Top class electronic viewfinder, 35mm sensor, 4k video and professional features - and the perfect tool to use your Leica R and M lenses. We have for you: Everything about the Leica SL and about all Leica SL lenses The first detailed Leica SL test report by Jono Slack with a lot of sample images And of course a dedicated Leica SL Forum Share your voice!
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