Quote Originally Posted by srs5694
(if it's blurry it's out of focus) and then the split-image or microprism focusing aid can help with getting the focus spot-on.
Certainly a good point - I just meant that you CAN get it done more quickly, since closest focus to infinity is about a quarter of a turn of the focusing lever... where in an average SLR you sometimes have to turn and turn and turn...
There is no arguing it - an SLR is the more flexible of the two... but who here would give up their RF's?

And guys - I need to point this out - I did mention MF rf's in my original post (I just don't want to come across as giving inaccurate info!)

And... did anyone mention those useless, horrible Canonet QL17 GIII's yet? Horrible little wretched things...