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    I never leave home without my Pen EE.

    Larry
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    Tessina with prism
    Hi Sirius,

    Well, we agree.

    I too use a Tessina w/prism. Neat camera, except for the negs being backwards..

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    Quote Originally Posted by pen s View Post
    Jnanian, yeah, the Pen F/FT are great. I have a Pen F and 3 lens setup. Makes a great travel set. If you are talking about Leica M mount to Pen F adapters, well there is no space to make an adapter that will allow the lens to focus to infinity. The Pen F flange to film distance is 28.95mm and Leica M is 27.8mm. The Pen F will take a variety of SLR lenses but there are no current adapters being made and so adapters for Olympus OM, Nikon F, and M42 mounts command very high prices.

    hi again

    i only have the "normal" ( 38mm 1.8 ? ) lens its nice and i like keeping it simple
    the leica lenses i have are screw mount is that m42 ?
    i am clueless but enjoying myself even if i have to dream from time to time

    oh, forgot to say welcome !
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    Welcome! I recently got a Pen FT, but unfortunately it needs repair :-( The film advance is wonky, so a couple of times on each roll a bunch of frames will overlap badly. It is obviously worth getting repaired though!!
    Nikon 35mm, Mamiya 645 & RB67, Leica IIIb, other bits and pieces

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    anyone want to unstick my app blades on my ees2? i live in nyc and would pay you of course

    im a student and im kinda broke. shooting 72 frames is so appealing

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    I shoot mostly medium format these days, but I always carry around my Bell & Howell Dial 35 (made by Canon). I don't get around to printing much from it, but it's just so much fun to use. I've found that it's the perfect camera for contra dancing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    hi again

    i only have the "normal" ( 38mm 1.8 ? ) lens its nice and i like keeping it simple
    the leica lenses i have are screw mount is that m42 ?
    i am clueless but enjoying myself even if i have to dream from time to time

    oh, forgot to say welcome !
    john
    Leica ltm is m39, m42 is Pentax screw mount.
    Heavily sedated for your protection.

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    I use a hybrid Halframe Fullframe camera the Konica Autoreflex, 18 x 24mm is a great format I simply love it .

    Dominik

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Koehrer View Post
    Leica ltm is m39, m42 is Pentax screw mount.
    I hate to differ, but M42 is located in the constellation Orion.

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...on_IAU.svg.png

    I once had the Pen FT. An interesting camera.
    Last edited by X. Phot.; 09-24-2011 at 05:47 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Thanks to all for the warm welcome.

    Sirius Glass, what luck, I am an expert on half assed photography and have the prints to prove it!

    jnanian, sorry, it's a no go with the LTM too. Same problem as the M mount, not enough room for an adapter that will still let the lens reach infinity.

    X. Phot., good one. Still OK to photograph M42 with a M42 mount camera?

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