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Fine Art Landscape Photography with the Leica M10 - Review

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Vieri, 

Thank you for your article, it has help me to clarify many doubts in my mind. I really appreciate your time and the comparison. If you do not mind would you share in greater detail your decision to stop working with the S (Type 007). I was under the impression a medium format camera would be a better choice for fine art land scape photography versus an SL or M10 because the dynamic range, the size of the files and the ability to bigger prints. The 2 lenses I was drawn to the S system where the 120 TS APO and 24mm. Any thoughts I will greatly appreciate. 

Grazie 

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vor 7 Stunden schrieb Mauricio:

Vieri, 

Thank you for your article, it has help me to clarify many doubts in my mind. I really appreciate your time and the comparison. If you do not mind would you share in greater detail your decision to stop working with the S (Type 007). I was under the impression a medium format camera would be a better choice for fine art land scape photography versus an SL or M10 because the dynamic range, the size of the files and the ability to bigger prints. The 2 lenses I was drawn to the S system where the 120 TS APO and 24mm. Any thoughts I will greatly appreciate. 

Grazie 

You're about one year and seven months late, Grazie.

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In the meantime, Vieri has indeed moved to MF, but to the X1D (and now X1Dii).  The S system didn’t suit his style with long exposure limitations, etc.

Jeff

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