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This is from the Summilux M 50 ASPH. on M8. This lens is compact and very fine quality. 46mm filter size. No steroids. A sample shot in lower light at f/1.4. This was after sunset, from the back door of a unit at Yosemite View Lodge. Too dark for me to see any detail, not too steady handhold. http://gallery.leica-users.org/v/gh/a/usa/g/Y23.jpg.html 2009/2/10 Edward J Caliguri <email@example.com> > > > > Thanks Howard! The Nikon D700 is something else. I recall as a kid with a > Nikkormat and 50 f/2.0 using a tripod in the cold for moonlit shots at > midnight, with star tracks and all. Here - you can almost read the > weathervane's 'rotor housing' or whatever it's called! I hope Leica is able > to come to a good compromise between pixel size and number if and when the > R10 hits the shelves. I am constantly amazed at how this D700 performs, and > I like it much more than the new Canon 5D which has more megapixels > overall. > > No - not giving up he Leicas; But this shows that there is a place for a > 'few' system cameras in everyone's arsenal. > > But that Sigma 50mm! That looks like a Noctilux on Steroids! > > Ed > > _______________________________________________ > Leica Users Group. > See http://leica-users.org/mailman/listinfo/lug for more information > -- Cheers Geoff 'Licence to Chill'