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Who proposed it gets it: My 9-10 year old grandson. Photo taken with Leica V-lux 1.

He now he plays in the Local Branch team.

 

LEICA TL2+TELE-ELMAR-135MM-F4

 

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Intruder bird that appears on my terrace.
Freehand photo through window glass.
If I had known, I would have waited with tripods and would get better quality.
There is no rush, we will keep testing. These telephoto lenses without stabilizing the slightest movement, the photo does not come out well, now when you have it well focused, the sharpness is guaranteed.

TL2+Tele-Elmar-135mm-F4

 

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Beautiful poppy! ..
I keep testing this lens, the absence of tripods and the existing air makes the sharpness drop a bit.
Such a lens should be stabilized, although few Leica telephoto lenses are stabilized, at least I don't know of any. There is some? ...
TL2 + Elmar-Tele-135-F

 

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23 hours ago, raadoo said:

Sold my CL, picked up a still-in-the-box TL2 for less than half price.

Chucked the trusty old CV 75mm f/1.5 on it and, well, I for one am certainly not disappointed.

 

Nice photograph.

I sold my TL2 and bought a CL some time back but I find myself missing the TL2 :-).  Essentially the same sensor and image quality but I find the integrated viewfinder very useful.

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vor 23 Stunden schrieb raadoo:

Sold my CL, picked up a still-in-the-box TL2 for less than half price.

Chucked the trusty old CV 75mm f/1.5 on it and, well, I for one am certainly not disappointed.

 

A very balanced photo, good framing, light and beautiful colors. the sky, tower and water elements give strength to the photo.

If you come from CL at first, TL2's handling may be a bit strange, but with practice you will get over it. Both cameras are great and work similarly, but the interface is very different.

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1 hour ago, vikasmg said:

Nice photograph.

I sold my TL2 and bought a CL some time back but I find myself missing the TL2 :-).  Essentially the same sensor and image quality but I find the integrated viewfinder very useful.

We could have saved ourselves the headache and just do a swap 😂

I did like my CL very much but I've got my eyes on an SL2-S, and those funds need to be coming from somewhere.

Shooting the TL2 is certainly interesting; I thought it would take loads of fiddling to get on with the touch controls but, lo and behold, not 24h into having it in my mitts and it's like I've been using it for years. Credit to the fine UX designers of Wetzlar.

That being said, the EVF is in the mail, slowly making its way to me. 😄

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