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Crissy Field, 8AM, with 50mm APO-Summicron. 

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Mmmm...i'd be a bit slower j.

Nice to get excited with a new toy, but what happens if you want some colour, or macro or copy documents, for example.  With the Monochrome only,  you are painting yourself into a corner.

Good photographers should have the skills to handle any assignment. This usually means a range of gear and/or brands. And massive other stuff..

Love the pic of the binoculars though; lovely lighting.

All best... 

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M10M + 35 summicron + red filter

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7 hours ago, david strachan said:

Mmmm...i'd be a bit slower j.

Nice to get excited with a new toy, but what happens if you want some colour, or macro or copy documents, for example.  With the Monochrome only,  you are painting yourself into a corner.

Good photographers should have the skills to handle any assignment. This usually means a range of gear and/or brands. And massive other stuff..

Love the pic of the binoculars though; lovely lighting.

All best... 

I'm with David on this, seller's remorse can be expensive!  

The Mono and 50mm APO is a fantastic combination, and the idea of one camera, one lens, is appealing; but @joonas you should keep the Zagato and just use that lovely silver 50mm APO lens for colour photography.  Perhaps sell other lenses to fund a Retro Black Chrome 50mm APO for the Mono.  Then you have the perfect two cameras, two lenses, combo.

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Last evening I went out with the M10M and my Swarovski ATS-80 Spotting Scope to capture the moon. It was an 18% Waxing Crescent. I set the spotting scope eyepiece on 20X power, which is equivalent to 1000mm FF focal length. The scope was solidly mounted on a tripod. I then held the M10M 35 ASPH FLE up against the eyepiece and shot around 50 images at various shutter speeds and apertures. From 1/60 - 1/2000 / sec. This is the best of the lot. The settings were 1/180, f/4, ISO 400. 

I'll again say how impressed I am with the M10M. The shadow recovery and detail is simply amazing. This kind of shot is not for everyone's liking, but I find it fun because it's an out of the ordinary use of a fantastic camera and lens. There is an amazing amount of detail in the image. 

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2 hours ago, Leica Guy said:

Last evening I went out with the M10M and my Swarovski ATS-80 Spotting Scope to capture the moon. It was an 18% Waxing Crescent. I set the spotting scope eyepiece on 20X power, which is equivalent to 1000mm FF focal length. The scope was solidly mounted on a tripod. I then held the M10M 35 ASPH FLE up against the eyepiece and shot around 50 images at various shutter speeds and apertures. From 1/60 - 1/2000 / sec. This is the best of the lot. The settings were 1/180, f/4, ISO 400. 

I'll again say how impressed I am with the M10M. The shadow recovery and detail is simply amazing. This kind of shot is not for everyone's liking, but I find it fun because it's an out of the ordinary use of a fantastic camera and lens. There is an amazing amount of detail in the image. 

Well it certainly is to my liking. The more I look at it………..the more I see.

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