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    It seems like it was a quick year for fall foliage. Just a couple of weeks and it was gone.

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    i have not seen one in person yet but I just got an email from Hasselblad saying they are now shipping.

    Several things I like about it so far (without seeing it):
    1. price
    2. viewfinder reviews have been very favorable
    3. 1/3 stop increments on lenses

    I'll be in NY next week so much I'll stop to check it out.

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    I went to Cosina website. The Black body looks really great !

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    Quote Originally Posted by elekm
    It seems like it was a quick year for fall foliage. Just a couple of weeks and it was gone.
    Mike:

    This is OT, but I managed to catch a few good Fall colour images. It actually lasted longer here than I had thought it would. There are still a few trees with nice leaves hanging on, so they stand out from the rest which have dropped.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/97373293@N00/

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    Earl -- wow, you're right. You really caught it at the right time. By the way, love the humor in setting the white balance with the Zorki.

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    The Zeiss 50ZM is certainly tempting for $600 (from CameraQuest), if I had that kind of money laying around. Half the cost of a new Summicron, equally as good... then the question becomes an issue of that full stop to a pre-ASPH Summilux or Nokton and the quality of those lenses...

    Too confusing.

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