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Summilux 50 M, Vario Elmar T and Macro Elmar R 60

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Went to Chatsworth House today and took some pictures with the Leica T and the 23mm Summicron.

 

 

 

 

There are some more on my Flickr stream.

 

Chatsworth House

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Here's a few..Loving the T! and the app is very cool and easy to use..well done Leica.

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These are all unedited photos. Nothing spectacular - just travel photos.

Edited by rsh

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I've got my T with me on vacation this week, and I've taken a few shots. Here's one, straight out of the camera (DNG):

 

Summicron 23mm

Manual Focus

f/3.2

ISO100

1/3200 sec.

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I want to try the Nikon 105/2,8 at the T:

I think, the result is not so bad.

 

What adapters did you use?

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Leica T with 18-56 zoom, set up on a tripod, and exposed using iPhone App (the touch focus on the iPhone is a very useful option).

 

There are some eyes in there somewhere, watching very carefully.

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A few shots from my Leica T...

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And a couple more from last week....

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Getting in the mood for July 4: I took Leica Mayfair's loan camera for a tourist spin around the sights of Washington DC. More on Macfilos here.

 

I like most the picture of the reflecting pool, it`s a great shot!

 

Werner

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A few shots from my Leica T...

 

 

Just beautiful. Taking nothing away from the photographer and the camera but where are these taken? It's a beautiful part of the world!

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Just beautiful. Taking nothing away from the photographer and the camera but where are these taken? It's a beautiful part of the world!

 

Hi,

 

Thanks for that, the first one was in West Sussex in the UK, the next ones in that post were all Cornwall also in the UK and the three on the other post were Western Australia...

 

Cheers

 

Mark

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I've seen some of the English countryside and you've captured it's beauty very nicely. I've also been to Perth and Margaret River which has a unique beauty all it's own.

 

- Vikas

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Thanks - certainly, I do. Have liked it and will continue doing so with the M9, and in combination with the T it offers the possibility of selective focus and nice bokeh, something that does not work with the 18-56 zoom.

 

After only a couple of first shots my initial summary is that the M-lenses work well with the T, they feel "appropriate". Manual focus is not really a challenge, and using the magnifier with the left dial became intuitive after the 10th shot. Electronic support such as focus peaking would be helpful for the next firmware update, especially when working wide-open.

 

regards

 

Holger

 

 

Holger, are you using the viewfinder to focus the T with your M lenses?

 

John

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