In March of 2010, I finally received my Leica M9. I had been thinking about this camera since its introduction. My sustained interest in the M9 taught me this: if you can’t get it out of your head, you have to get it into your hands. So, in January 2010 I placed orders at several stores, hoping to get this camera before an upcoming trip to Argentina.
Since I earn a living with my cameras, I hesitated a long time before buying into the Leica M-system. My Nikon cameras are fast, versatile and have acceptable IQ in bad light. And since the Nikon system is my main moneymaker, I wondered: invest in the D3x for high resolution work, or was there room for something else? A smaller and lighter system with equal or better image quality (under normal circumstances), something that would be FUN to work with and that would be useable enough to earn money with?
Over the last 9 days I’ve had the chance to use and review Leica’s newest camera – the Leica M9-P. In the following video (filmed after I’d been using it for 4-5 days) I share my first impressions of the camera – one that polarises many due to its expense and stripped back feature set. I also show some of the images that I’ve taken with it (they start at about the 10 minute mark if you want to skip to that).
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