M9 in Thailand

Discussion in 'Other Genres' started by James3900, Jun 11, 2017.

  1. James3900

    James3900 Leica Place Rookie

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    Mar 12, 2017
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    James
    I took the M9 to Thailand with the 35mm Zeiss Biogon. I did not use it as much as I had hoped but here is a few shots from it. I guess I am still getting use to only having 1 prime lens and left more comfortable using the Fuji X-T1 and a zoom lens.

    34428047250_3c19204f4f_k. Shoe Shop Bangkok by James McCallum, on Flickr

    34774818786_3073694d64_k. Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens (1 of 1)-3 by James McCallum, on Flickr

    34428390790_4f20bfae48_k. Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens (1 of 1)-8 by James McCallum, on Flickr

    34005041253_a5f6519fc6_k. Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens (1 of 1)-7 by James McCallum, on Flickr

    34774811566_75c708f7a1_k. Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens (1 of 1)-6 by James McCallum, on Flickr

    34774805216_f1706045a7_k. Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens (1 of 1)-9 by James McCallum, on Flickr

    34774816216_52210fff9e_k. Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens (1 of 1)-4 by James McCallum, on Flickr

    34984923276_3efb18a224_k. Night Market (1 of 1)-3 by James McCallum, on Flickr
     
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  2. carlb

    carlb Leica Place Top Veteran Subscribing Member

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    May 1, 2013
    Looks like it was a great trip, James! It's probably me knowing these were shot with Leica, but my eyes say "yup, these are Leica shots." :^)

    The 35mm perspective is a great one and some are AOK shooting just that. I did so on a trip to Spain a year back, but chose an X-E1 Fuji with the 27mm pancake . Was worried about theft for the Leica, and wanted as slimline for the camera as practical.

    With the M9 and a sharp 35mm, there's plenty of resolution to crop to 50mm or even a bit more. Still, it is nicer to see the field of view as you're shooting.