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  • The very late Leica M Typ 240 review

    I purchased a Leica M Typ 240 new on the 18th of October, 2013. This review, or rather – user experience of this camera will be based on almost two years of owning two M240’s. I wasn’t lucky with my example of this camera, as it required several recalibration at Leica’s service center in Germany…

  • Fujifilm X100T review

    This review will be focusing more on real-world usage of the camera than the technical specifications and pixel-peeping of images. I will mostly focus on the upgrades over the previous X100S model. All the images in this article were made with a X100T production model with the 1.00 firmware. Some of the images are out…

  • Leica Noctilux-M 50mm f/0.95 ASPH review

    I purchased the Leica Noctilux-M 50mm f/0.95 ASPH lens new in September 2013. A lens that many people dream about. A lens that many people hate without ever having tried it. This review will be based on my experience with this lens over the course of 10 months of usage. During those 10 months the Noctilux has been…

  • A study in Black and White: one year with a Leica M Monochrom

    This is the last part of my “review” of the M Monochrom. These are my previous articles on this camera (with many example images): Leica M Monochrom – a real life review, part one. Leica M Monochrom – a real life review, part two. Leica M Monochrom – performing recovery on my exposure mistakes. Leica…

  • Leica M Monochrom and color filters

    The pictures were taken in Fosen at various places during daylight a while ago. Since we had daylight this was a perfect chance to try the yellow, orange and red filters that I received about a month ago. I have no experience with color filters previously, so this was the first time I tried them…

  • Leica M Monochrom – performing recovery on my exposure mistakes

    A few nights ago I was doing some long-exposure work with my camera, and I had manually set the ISO setting to its lowest setting (a fairly high value of 320 compared to other cameras). I usually use Auto-ISO on my camera, or manually set my ISO pretty high (800-6400). Yesterday I decided to go…