Leica Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH 6-Bit
35mm, 1/180 Sec at f/3.4, ISO200
Post Processed in Adobe Lightroom Classic
I have always preferred the P models of the M series, no logo and a more robust LCD. My first new Leica was the M10, until then I had always purchased secondhand.
The new M10P has now been released. The shutter has been improved but M10 base module which I have has an excellent shutter the best of any digital M, but they say the new one is even better.
It also has an artificial horizon function and a touch screen. If you have an pre M10 version I would say is a no brainer to upgrade, but if you already have the M10 then I would say do not upgrade.
With the latest firmware the straight M10 is hard to beat.
Its been a stressful week. Timmy the Greyhound is unwell and needs an operation to investigate. We are hoping for the best and fearing the worst.
This lunch time I went for a walk with my Leica M10 with the latest firmware to give it a test. I’ll have to post a blog about dynamic range but the base ISO of 100 is not actually the base ISO but a slight pull setting.
This Sunday 12th July was the Great or shall we say Grey’t Lincolnshire Greyhound Gathering. We took Timmy for the day out as he always enjoys meeting other Greyhounds.
We had several show rings for greyhound judging, typical greyhound competitions, baldest bum, best Blue, best mixed colour, best Male, best female and best in show. We also had veteran classes and a class for hounds that had not won a rosette! There was also a general sight hounds class for inferior breeds 😉