Wednesday, June 6, 2012

COMPARISON LEICA M MONOCHROM vs. LEICA M6


The French magazine Focus Numerique published a comparison test between the Leica M Monochrom and a Leica M6 with Kodak Tri-X film.  Obviously, the Leica M Monochrom outperformed the M6 by leaps and bounds.  I cannot understand why the magazine purposely used Tri-X instead of the many superior black and white films available.  I don’t mean to upset any of the Tri-X fans, but that film has always been a rather grainy medium in comparison to other films, even those of the same speed. By choosing Tri-X, Focus Numerique unfairly tilted the outcome towards the Leica M Monochrom.

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What is your opinion?




9 comments:

  1. my opinion is that you should not copy every single post from LeicaRumors

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    1. find your own material or give proper credit

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    2. Where is the copy? I posted the link.

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  2. What is Anonymous complaining about? You didn't copy a post from anybody. All I see is a reference to Focus Numerique and the URL to the article, all perfectly appropriate. As far as "find your own material and give proper credit", you blog is doing an impressive job.

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  3. I don't know what those complaints are all about. You made reference to an article in Focus Numerique and posted the web address. No copying of posts there, and as far as "find your own material or give proper credit" goes, you are doing an excellent job.

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  4. Lots of great information from different sources and the link is posted. I don't see any conflict.

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  5. Many of the full length articles here are copyrighted, this is a big problem.

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  6. the second problem is that the admin almost never gives credit to the source, yes, he posted the link to the French magazine, but it's is not where he found this article because the RSS feed came out few minutes after LeicaRumora published it online

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  7. Why don’t you keep your unsubstantiated accusations to yourself and let us enjoy this excellent blog without you polluting it with your nitpicking comments? As others have posted already, there are no posts here without proper credit of the source.

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