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    Thanks Andy. Just got the Canonet and the shutter sounds great at all speeds. Need to get a roll to test this out. I'm a little confused how to use zone focusing, the markings and meter distance is not right over the top, but to the right. Any suggestions anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tycho View Post
    Just picked up a cla'd Canonet GL III. It's on the way somewhere over America going cross country. Looks like a nice compact RF. My first, I'll get that Leica one of these days though - an M2 is the dream.
    Be careful, you might get what you asked for, and Leicas are very addictive! I started with a IIIa, graduated to a IIIf, then fell in love with a beautiful M2. Problem is, I want more! Santa would be very nice indeed if he left a Summilux 35 in my stocking.


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    While in St. Louis a weekend ago, a friend took me to an antique mall in nearby Fairview Heights, IL, where I found a Graflex Century 35 rangefinder (made by Kowa in Graflex's last days) in surprisingly good physical shape and perfect operating condition. I ran a roll through it and liked the results.

    (I could have bought an Exakta at the same time, but the price was arguably steep and the included lens was frozen up. It seemed to be working fine otherwise, so I somewhat regret not picking it up anyway.)
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    I got a nice 1946 Leica IIIc with a 50mm Elmar, a 135mm Elmar tele, a Leitz closeup adapter and viewfinder at an out of the way antique store. Cheap...

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    Got a Fuji GF670 about a month ago. So far, I love it.

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    My Leica CL arrived in the mail today. I'm liking it.
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    This is my blog http://thepicturedesk.blogspot.com/
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  7. #387

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    Just received a Auto-Up 50 1.8 canon yipe !!!!!

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    Picked up an M4-P (first M body o_O!) from Youxin Ye while he CLA'd my IIIc and cleaned my 50 2.8 Elmar, as well as the M4-P.

    And holy $^}* they're soooooooooo smooth.

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    Olympus XA will attempt to be my P&S, found myself reaching for my phone for quick snaps and think this will offset that phenomena, can't wait to get it in the mail soon. Went from one RF to two now, got the bug and am thrilled to have it!

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    A 1967 M4.

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