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    Sounds like what happened when I got mine.. I'm afraid your new addiction will be fatal however.. to your wallet anyway.

    Congrats!

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    Whatever you do, DO NOT pick up or handle an MP. You will not be able to put it down or forget it. You have been warned

    and yeah, I picked one up to see how it felt and got suckered in. my M6 sees less use now lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by canuhead View Post
    Whatever you do, DO NOT pick up or handle an MP. You will not be able to put it down or forget it. You have been warned

    and yeah, I picked one up to see how it felt and got suckered in. my M6 sees less use now lol
    See my signature. Same thing.

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    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    Sirius Glass,

    A smart camera store would use that Hasselblad (or Leica) quote on a sign in their window. I'd stop by for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canuhead View Post
    Sirius Glass,

    A smart camera store would use that Hasselblad (or Leica) quote on a sign in their window. I'd stop by for sure.
    I do not think that a sign like that would help their business.

    Steve
    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    At the time, was asked to Jeanloup Sieff what he expected from the M6, he answered: "That remains as is."
    Also, for your lab, take its complement: the Focomat V35.
    What joy
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    Dag Camera

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    When I started using my Leica M6 it just seemed so different in my hands, like a finally cut diamond, precise and well made. One of the great parts of the whole digital thing is that now I can afford Blads and Leicas, I can shoot the best camera's/lens ever made as their prices drop because people are going digi. Can't top that, enjoy your M6!

    www.gerryyaum.blogspot.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by canuhead View Post
    Whatever you do, DO NOT pick up or handle an MP. You will not be able to put it down or forget it. You have been warned

    and yeah, I picked one up to see how it felt and got suckered in. my M6 sees less use now lol
    Thanks canuhead, now that's in my head and I have to do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmdco View Post
    At the time, was asked to Jeanloup Sieff what he expected from the M6, he answered: "That remains as is."
    Also, for your lab, take its complement: the Focomat V35.
    What joy
    PS sorry for my English
    Jean-Marc
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    This may interest you:
    Erwin Puts
    Leica Society
    Lighstalkers: Film-Leica
    Photo.net
    Luminous-landscape: M6
    Dag Camera
    jean marcdecon, please don't apologize for your english, it's just fine and thank you much for the links.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerryyaum View Post
    When I started using my Leica M6 it just seemed so different in my hands, like a finally cut diamond, precise and well made. One of the great parts of the whole digital thing is that now I can afford Blads and Leicas, I can shoot the best camera's/lens ever made as their prices drop because people are going digi. Can't top that, enjoy your M6!

    www.gerryyaum.blogspot.com
    gerry, that's just what I'm finding and thanking the digi shooters for the same. Got nothing against the digi shooters it's just not where my photography is headed at the moment

    I am SO enjoying this camera. I just wish 135 had only 12 exposures so I could develop right away I won't just shoot and waste away...
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    Tom

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