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    Quote Originally Posted by asiafish View Post
    R6 is a delight.
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    you guys realize this thread is almost 7 years old, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjphoto View Post
    I've always considered that kind of thing from the opposite perspective, ie I've chosen the lenses and then a camera I like, not the other way around.

    I've had Nikons for many years, very nice, no issues, but I was happy to replace all of them with Leica R and have never looked back.

    If budget is the main priority then choose Nikon.

    If lenses are the main priority then choose Leica R, but don't waste your time by skimping on the cheapest lenses because the latest lenses are generally superior to the early versions and you do need to be very selective.
    This may be the only commonsensical advice I've ever heard regarding Leicas!!

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    There is a anonym here , empty can makes lots of noise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustafa Umut Sarac View Post
    There is a anonym here , empty can makes lots of noise.
    Moscow is free, the firebirds are go!
    Kick his ass, Sea Bass!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dinesh View Post
    Moscow is free, the firebirds are go!
    I like apples cooked in turpentine...

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    I heard from my Manhatten friend, a NYC pro, that, some yrs ago, a husband & wife prfessional photo team had their Leica Rs refined by a repairman--something to do with the shape of the aperture blades & something (can't remember what} in the body. They got significantly sharper results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chip j View Post
    I heard from my Manhatten friend, a NYC pro, that, some yrs ago, a husband & wife prfessional photo team had their Leica Rs refined by a repairman--something to do with the shape of the aperture blades & something (can't remember what} in the body. They got significantly sharper results.
    they must have had them replaced with F2 guts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chip j View Post
    I heard from my Manhatten friend, a NYC pro, that, some yrs ago, a husband & wife prfessional photo team had their Leica Rs refined by a repairman--something to do with the shape of the aperture blades & something (can't remember what} in the body. They got significantly sharper results.
    I heard that the entire British royal family was not human, that in fact they are lizard-type aliens in human guise.

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    I've heard that too, from a friend that listens to Coast-to-Coast.

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