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    narsuitus,

    I got it at popflash.com (Tony Rose) only b/c I've bought a lot of stuff from them in the past. They are out of stock, but Stephen Gandy (cameraquest.com) still has a few in stock. The price is US$6900.

    Incidentally, I received the camera yesterday, and I put a roll of film in it. I have it here at work with me today, and I intend to test out the camera after work today. No meter, and I was too lazy to haul my Sekonic, so I'm going to use the sunny 16 rule (it also happens to be a sunny day today, thank goodness).
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    Heck, that leaves you plenty $$ left of for the BMW! May I suggest the M6? It sports a 500+ hp V-10 engine and a 7-speed SMG III transmission. It would go perfectly with the camera!

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    Nah - a manual camera, a car with the proper number of pedals.
    Get a Porsche.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laz View Post
    Heck, that leaves you plenty $$ left of for the BMW! May I suggest the M6? It sports a 500+ hp V-10 engine and a 7-speed SMG III transmission. It would go perfectly with the camera!

    -Bob
    Only people that have M6 B.M.W.'s, have m6 Leica's.

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    Post some photos of it.

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    Cool! Let's see some pictures - both OF it and WITH it.
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    wow! congratulations!!!! thats one hell of machinery right there!
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    Nice, have fun with the SP 2005, I got a chance to handle one two years ago.
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    You all realize that this is a four year old thread you've revived?

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