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3 hours ago, robsonj said:

How is the color fringing with the cv21mm on the m10-r?

I really don't see much, it seems quite neutral to me in general shooting.

I'm planning to take a look in more higher dynamic range situations in the next week or so perhaps fringing will rear its ugly head.

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On 10/4/2020 at 8:47 AM, robsonj said:

The detail shows that you’re blocking an entrance way right there 😀

True, but that entrance is not used. It is around the back of the building. My car was only parked there for about 15 minutes, enough time to take my photos.

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Image of M10R + 35 FLE almost straight out of the camera.

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A very strange neighborhood just outside of Jerusalem.  Here's the conventional (?) view:

V1001200 1 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

and here's more of the full flavor (about one thhird of the whole complex)

V1001207 Panorama by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

M10-R with M 24 Elmarit-asph.

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My first shot with the new M10-R.  Lens was the M50 Lux asph.  The paper wasp nest in the photo is about the same size as a regulation basketball!

Thanks,

Mark

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It drove me crazy focusing the rangefinder on this flower.  I believe this is called Flowering Kale.  M10-R with M 35 cron.

Thanks,

Mark

 

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