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  1. #31

    Join Date
    Feb 2010
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    Wrinkle City FL.
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    35mm RF
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    Lots of users out there!

    Just reread this whole thread. Good to read of you all. Me I'm still using and learning with my Bessa R with the Jupiter 3 lens. After the Canon P I had difficulty with the R's liteness ,but use and that wonderful viewfinder+meter have made it a favorite. Frank

  2. #32

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    Dec 2010
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    I no longer have my beloved R2a, but what I miss it terribly and one day we'll be re-united... first I have to decide which of my other cameras will get the chop... ironically the M4 is the first camera that comes to mind as the sacrificial lamb. Sacrilege!

  3. #33

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    Oct 2007
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    Sydney, Australia
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    Sold an R3A to finance my M6, which is a lovely piece of work but the Bessa has some features and weight advantages that make it a better camera to carry and use. Still have the R4A as I tend to use WA a lot when travelling. All CV glass and it's quite good enough, especially at the price. FL's of 15, 21, 28, 35, 50, 75, 90. Had a 25 as well but really it's such a close fit between 21 and 28 that it was almost redundant, even though a useful length. I use accessory viewfinders on the R4A for the 75 and 90 FL's or a 21/25 VF on the M6 if going wider than 28mm.
    Leica M6,
    Bessa R4A,
    Rolleiflex(s) 2.8/80, 4/135, 4/55.
    Nikkormat FTn
    Fuji X10

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