Ahah! New word for the day. Thank you Garryl...
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Was almost too afraid to ask . BTW Garryl - you look familiar somehow, can't quite place it ...
Originally Posted by kwmullet
When I first read this reply, I thought "ugh... the last thing I want on a Leica is a motor drive". Tonight, I followed the link and found an elegant, manual and swift film advance system. Probably a bit too rich for my blood, and I'd love to hear from anyone who gets similar speed of advance from knobs as they do levers.
Those rapid winders do look elegant, though.
Your comment about the resolving power of older LSM lenses and f8 convergance has me thinking as well. Does that mean that in older, uncoated or single-coated LSM lenses, I can actually find a mini version of the classic soft focus portrait lens, with softness at wider apertures and clarity at smaller ones?
Most of my shooting IS in daylight, but much of *that* is indoor through window light or just after dusk, which amounts to a lot of shots demanding wider apertures.