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    If you had one week in Cuba, what camera would you take?

    I get 8 days in Cuba. I've never been there before.

    Should I take my M4-P w/ 35 and 50

    or My F3hp. with 24mm and 50mm.

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    Both of course. What if you drop one into a hot bowl of soup?

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    I agree with tomalphicon both. For close up works and close details you might need the F3 for simple Street shots the M.

    Dominik

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    Take the Leica, pretend it's an M3 and you're Hemingway--you know, drinking, deep-sea fishing, boxing...yea, and photography, too. Papa would be proud.

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    Certainly both, one loaded with color film and one with B&W.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CGW View Post
    Take the Leica, pretend it's an M3 and you're Hemingway--you know, drinking, deep-sea fishing, boxing...yea, and photography, too. Papa would be proud.
    Just stay away from any shotguns!

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    I'd take the Nikon kit...and carry the Leica with the 35mm (leave the 50mm at home) as backup.

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    F3 w/50, Leica with 35.

    Small light and you have your bases covered.

    Enjoy the trip, it's a fascinating country with some truly wonderful people.
    "Never criticize someone until you've walked a mile in their shoes. That way, you're a mile away and you've got their shoes."

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    which ever one you are more comfortable with. You don’t want to have to think about the camera at all.

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    I'm rethinking this.

    I have a M2 as well as my M4-P, 35, 50, 90 and a 15mm Heliar (for inside buildings and landscapes.)

    Whaddaya think?

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