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    DOH! How'd I miss that Pirsig quote.

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    Welcome. The M6 is great to focus as for SLR's I have an Olympus with a split screen which is also easy to focus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Bellayr View Post
    Welcome. The M6 is great to focus as for SLR's I have an Olympus with a split screen which is also easy to focus.
    Hi thank you all for the warm welcome and Steve I had an OM2n which I passed on to my daughter. I would say the focusing of an OM2n is nowhere near as accurate or fast as the M6, that is an M6 0.72 which is most suited to wide angle and portrait lenses, i.e. 35mm to 75mm. The M6 0.85, which is meant to be used with 75mm up is not as easy to focus with standard and wide angle lenses
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    Hi, welcome aboard.

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    Hi! Welcome aboard from a proud fan of Yashica, Retina, and FSU RF's!

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    Welcome from Canada.
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    Hello and welcome! Lots of good info shared on the site.

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    Welcome. You can't beat an M6.

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    Welcome from Bangkok, Thailand

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