Ever been curious if it’s worth „upgrading“ from a Leica M6 to an M10? In a recent trip to New York City, George Muncey of Negative Feedback swapped his M6 with New Yorker Joe Greer’s M10 for a day to see how the experience and the results would stack up.
For their photo walk around New York City, George shot with the Leica M10 with 28mm lens, while Joe shot with the Leica M6 with 40mm lens and loaded with Kodak Portra 400. Really big difference there in the focal lengths aside from going digital after some years, but George also wanted to see if the wide angle experience is something he’d enjoy. For this test, they decided to shoot street snaps first in Chinatown and take advantage of its busy scenes.