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    Just purchased a "user" Leica M4-2 to complement my "user" M6. I found out through experience I was changing lenses an awful lot, so much so, I thought why not have two bodies, with the same film and its own lens? And I can use the M6 to meter for both. I wouldn't have been able to do it without the lower price of the M4-2. I got a GREAT deal and it's proving to be an excellent camera!

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    Fuji GA645S..

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    Lumiere w/Fidor lens.

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    Acquired this on E-bay France from a family near Avingon France. It had been in the family since new in 1937. I used it straight out of the shipping box on a recent trip to France and it works great. I'll post a link to the Flickr album when I get the the DVD from TheDarkRoom. This camera is a 6X9 cm 120 medium format.

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    Nikon S3 and 5.0cm f1.4 Nikkor.
    Followed in unseemly haste by 10.5cm Nikkor and 21mm Voigtlander

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    Kodak Retina IIIc..


    retina IIIc by Colyn's fotografs, on Flickr
    Leicarfcam aka Colyn

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    Well, in 2002 I went from, "I'll never bother with 35mm ever again (bought a Nikon D1X) then since the last 4 weeks I discovered RF I have 5 and a couple of other small old cameras. #1 Fujica Compact Deluxe, #2 C3 Brick #3 Zeiss Icon Contessamatic E, #4 Balda Baldini, #5 very early Yashica Electro 35, #6 Voigtlander Vito II, #7 Konica Auto S2. A camera I've had forever one of my Dad's that he gave me when he retired I guess you could call a rangefinder is my Busch Pressman Model D since it's got all the sighting options.

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    Early this year I was lucky enough to get my hands on a very well preserved DS M3 from the original owner at what I considered a pretty bloody good price. In fact I was suspicious of it to begin with, usually when it looks too good to be true it is. But for once a pleasant surprise. Got it serviced by Y.Ye & it just works. Using it turned my head completely, enough to sell my D700, great camera that was/is, to grab a hold of a beautiful M2 which I came across a month or so ago. Zeiss 50 on one, 35 on the other, bliss. I just love these things, I'm not a leica zealot, and there are obviously drawbacks to using these in some circumstances but I think I've found a camera for life.

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    Zeiss Ikon ZM silver, to pair it up with my black one.

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    Just bought a Canon P yesterday; now to find a nice 50mm to pair with it.



 

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