DGPNY

Joined on Aug 18, 2013

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  • Welcome to the club. I have both lenses and a few of the others (I mention for the relative comparison).  I'd say the 11-56 is rather essential - and is a good fit with the high ISO handling ...
  • I'm not so sure the M version is necessarily superior.  The TL 35 Lux is optically designed & tested to resolve @ 60 lppm and is made with very fine glass.   Peter  Karbe is especially proud of ...
  • I loved my Contax G2. Those Zeiss prime lenses got me totally hooked on good glass and SLR alternatives. I find the Leica T with their native lenses has satisfied my yearning for a Contax G2 ...
  • Its a very personal choice that only you can decide. I actually sold a few nice watches (Rolex & Jaeger LeCoultre) to fund my Leica purchases and I have no regrets, for what it's worth. I get much ...
  • If you are looking for a used T (which isn't a bad idea), there's a place right across from B&H called Photo Village that typically has a very good selection of used Leica gear.  You may want to ...
  • The T work great with M lenses and with the AF TL lenses. I do a lot of low light candid photography and have been quite pleased. ISO to 6400 is usable, although I only go above 3200 in a pinch ...
  • +1.  Very informative. Might you have a similar crop using a T camera and the same lens please? Thanks for taking the time to demonstrate and provide the above details. Happy new year.
  • It is literally a stone's throw away from NY. Great image btw. Great composition & PP
  • Actually that's Hancock Shaker Village in Hancock Mass. It's located in the Northwest corner of Massachusetts in Berkshire County,, very close to the NY border.  Beautiful region for sure.
  • I am rather smitten by the TL 35mm. While it may focus just a tad slower than the 23mm, the difference is barely noticeable to me and it is certainly fast enough. Moreover, the lens locks onto ...
  • There may be lens profile software correction going in LR or within the camera that is prompted by automatically knowing what lens you are using from its 6-bit coding. I have the Leica version (for ...
  • Replied in Fishing Lines
    Great captures, as always. Wow - those fishing rods are quite large.  How far out do they have to cast? Here on the US East Coast, the rods they use to surf cast into the ocean appear a lot ...
  • Congratulations Vieri. Very well deserved. I wish I could take a class with you.  Your work is outstanding.
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