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    Olympus Mju II





    I had two bites in the classifieds but both fell through. The camera is well used, the rear window is missing and covered with black tape, the midway focus confirm point on the shutter button isn't working. Bar that, all is good.

    I'd like a roll of film* to help cover postage costs please.

    Ektar, Portra, Reala.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Koehrer View Post
    Leica.overgaard.dk seems to disagree with your definition. Summicron was derived from Leicas use of crown glass for the first time.
    ALL Summicrons are f2 maximum aperture.
    -M says it's an M mount lens not an R or reflex lens

    Not all Summicrons have finger tabs, in fact MOST do not.
    I think you're getting mixed up here.

    The Summicron was the first Leitz lens to use LANTHANUM crown glass. Normal crown glass has been in regular use in optics since the 1730s; without it, there would have been no achromats until the 1950s.
    "Summicron" is a progression of the Summar/Summitar/Summarit naming convention for double-Gauss normals. If you can get -cron out of "lanthanum", I salute you. :P

    f/2 is the middle speed of Leica's lineup, between 2.8/2.5 and 1.4/1.0/0.95. All 'Crons are f/2, and all 'Crons are also mid-speed.

    Most M-mount lenses don't have -M in their names. That's a recent convention. A Summicron 50 f/2 and a SUMMICRON-M 50 f/2 are not the same lens, either optically or mechanically.
    The camera is the most incidental element of photography.

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    Steve ,

    If you accept 120 Fuji 400 Pro H , I am in the trade.

    Thank you,

    Umut

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    The Mju is spoken for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by okto View Post
    I think you're getting mixed up here.

    The Summicron was the first Leitz lens to use LANTHANUM crown glass. Normal crown glass has been in regular use in optics since the 1730s; without it, there would have been no achromats until the 1950s.
    "Summicron" is a progression of the Summar/Summitar/Summarit naming convention for double-Gauss normals. If you can get -cron out of "lanthanum", I salute you. :P

    f/2 is the middle speed of Leica's lineup, between 2.8/2.5 and 1.4/1.0/0.95. All 'Crons are f/2, and all 'Crons are also mid-speed.

    Most M-mount lenses don't have -M in their names. That's a recent convention. A Summicron 50 f/2 and a SUMMICRON-M 50 f/2 are not the same lens, either optically or mechanically.
    Pretty sure that the "icron" suffix was used after the canonical summ prefix to denote how (now famously) sharp the lens was. Sum-MICRON, as in resolving detail down to the micron level.
    See my work at my website CHRISTOPHER LANGE PHOTOGRAPHY

    or my snaps at my blog MINIMUM DENSITY
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    I can dig that.
    The camera is the most incidental element of photography.

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    Free 16mm Debrie sound projectors, collection only from West Midlands, UK. There's one complete projector plus speaker, stand etc,these are ex-RAF, there maybe a second for parts.

    Ian

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    35mm Stainless Steel reels

    2 generic 35mm stainless steel reels. Haven't been used as long as I can remember, so not sure how easy/hard to load. 13 oz ship weight and ships from zip 56465.

    Please PM or email, rather than just reply in the thread.
    Last edited by mgb74; 07-12-2013 at 11:28 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    Free 16mm Debrie sound projectors, collection only from West Midlands, UK. There's one complete projector plus speaker, stand etc,these are ex-RAF, there maybe a second for parts.

    Ian
    These must go in the next few days . .. . .

    Ian



 

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