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With so many excellent choices from Wetzlar these days, I'm betting that a perennial dilemma for Leica shooters is whether to go with the M10 Monochrom or rely on software conversions with an M10. That debate is thoroughly covered elsewhere in the Monochrom forum. But, how about a showcase for some M10 conversions, be they smooth and detailed or grainy and stark?

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In this image of planted teak trees, in an early morning fog I was concerned about highlight rendition and fall-off. M10 | Summaron-M 1:5.6/28 | ISO 200 | f/5.6 | 1/60 sec | Wiang Pa Pao, Thailand Hello guest! Please register or sign in to view the hidden content. Hallo Gast! Du willst die Bilder sehen? Einfach registrieren oder anmelden! ________________________ Frog Leaping photobook

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I made a custom LR preset that gets pretty close to the stock b&w jpeg, and it matches my film photos really well. I mostly shoot the M10 as black and white. 

My nieces trying to scare me, TTArtisans 21mm

 

Summarit 35mm f/2.5

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A few from my M10 and a 35 cron.  

Still getting the hang of these files.  It certainly sings when the light is just right.

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M10M +1 vote  -- these tiny flowers are about 2cm only, FYR.

8 Elements(35 Cron V1)

 

The following screenshot is original DNG file preview from computer.

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