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First day playing with the M10-R.  Focus certainly seems accurate.  The resolution is dangerous in that it entices you to get lazy with framing and just cut into the image.  The camera and the 50 cron look to be well suited.  Second image is a 100% crop into the first.  Now that I'm getting the hang of the thing, it's time to go off and make some real images!

 

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Detail from a still life from the Dutch painter Pieter Claesz in the Frans Hals Museum Haarlem. This is an amazing painting, the candle holder is as silver as it is in reality. This is in museum light. I cannot see any fault in the WB or color rendition with C1's default color profile for the M10R.

M10R with Summicron 35 iv, ISO3200, F4.0 with 1/30; LiveView without Visoflex2; handheld. So there's an answer to the question about movement blur with a 40Mp sensor 😊

 

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Am 3.10.2021 um 20:18 schrieb otto.f:

Detail from a still life from the Dutch painter Pieter Claesz in the Frans Hals Museum Haarlem. This is an amazing painting, the candle holder is as silver as it is in reality. This is in museum light. I cannot see any fault in the WB or color rendition with C1's default color profile for the M10R.

M10R with Summicron 35 iv, ISO3200, F4.0 with 1/30; LiveView without Visoflex2; handheld. So there's an answer to the question about movement blur with a 40Mp sensor 😊

 

Still life is easy. Movement in a photo is not that easy to do.

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10 hours ago, panoramer said:

Still life is easy. Movement in a photo is not that easy to do.

My first photo’s with the M10R had movement blur with non moving objects, I discussed that somewhere in another topic about ‘more pixels means more blur’. So that was in the hands of the photographer. Movement blur from subjects is another thing and mostly not that irritant IMO.

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On 10/2/2021 at 5:46 PM, Steven said:

Lens ? 

I liked his shot so much I thought I'd try something "similar" taken from the cheap seats (50mm f/1.5 Heliar Classic)

One has to consider that we are looking at an image shot with an $11,000 lens versus one that cost $849. 🤔

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Here are some my first set of pictures on the M10R after 2 weeks of getting to know the Camera and what it can do here starts the Journey.

My Grand Daughters Christening .... Meet Olivia Rose 

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Good proofs of night photography with mixed lightsources from the M10R. I find that one of the essential extra’s above all the foregoing M’s. White balance is never going in uncontrollable directions. The first one, #816,  is not entirely my taste but it’s always doable to reach good results within a reasonable time, which was quite difficult or impossible with the M10, for me. 

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