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Old 28th February 2013   #2851
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Forget it. I have had it. Can't get my photos from flickr here.
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Re: How about more and more fun with Leica M? (Film)

Greetings!!

I have enjoyed the M8.2, the M9, and I have the M240 on order.

But, recently I realized with all the glass I have it is a shame to not try them in the natural state they were intended -- film cameras.

Are there recommended Leica M film cameras? I know there is a dynasty here, but would one go with an M3 for legacy, or go with a later version.

Thank you,

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Re: How about more and more fun with Leica M? (Film)

Lloyd,

Thank you.

Ivan skateboarding. M6 and 50/1.4. Scanned on a Nikon Coolscan 9000.
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dmabry,
You can't go wrong with any Leica M camera. I have had most models and a couple of Barnack's, too. I have settled in on an M2. M3 is a beauty. M5 has wonderful controls, but is a little chunky in my hand. The M4-P that I had was beautiful. M6 classic just fits perfectly in my hands and is easy to control. M7 has Aperture priority. MP is a modern classic. M6tttl is great. Models before M5, do not have built-in meters. I guess you have figured out that I really love them all. You will find any of them will give you great negatives with a little care.
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Greetings!!

I have enjoyed the M8.2, the M9, and I have the M240 on order.

But, recently I realized with all the glass I have it is a shame to not try them in the natural state they were intended -- film cameras.

Are there recommended Leica M film cameras? I know there is a dynasty here, but would one go with an M3 for legacy, or go with a later version.

Thank you,

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Glad you finally got your photo posted. Did you read the following link? http://www.getdpi.com/forum/about-ge...e-gallery.html I have had my frustration posting from Flickr, too.
Love this photo of your Ivan. Nice action!


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Thank you.

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Cindy, thank you for the compliment. As I told Lloyd, it seems that Ivan's skateboarding days are over now that he has a kids road bike. My 12 year old is learning to box so now that I have a better idea of how to post from Flickr, I will be posting shots in the Sony forum (a900) of him.

dmabry (as in Dale Mabry), I have an M6, which I absolutely love. Last week I held an old double stroke M3 at the Leica Store a mile from my home. It was a thing of beauty. If you have to have an internal meter, the M3 is not for you. Otherwise, they are built like tanks, and will continue to take a beating long after the digital Ms are cannibalized for parts or used as paperweights.
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Thank you.

Ivan skateboarding. M6 and 50/1.4. Scanned on a Nikon Coolscan 9000.
Fun shot, Mikal. Have you tried posting it directly, rather than as a direct thumbnail? If you can't get it to work, PM me, I'll send you my cell phone number, you can call me and I'll walk you through it. It's only hard the first time.
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Greetings!!

I have enjoyed the M8.2, the M9, and I have the M240 on order.

But, recently I realized with all the glass I have it is a shame to not try them in the natural state they were intended -- film cameras.

Are there recommended Leica M film cameras? I know there is a dynasty here, but would one go with an M3 for legacy, or go with a later version.

Thank you,

dmabry2010
I enjoy using a camera with the built in meter so I have picked up a M6TTL and a MP. I have been using film cameras about 80% or higher when taking photographs for the past 18 months or so.

Good luck with your final decision on which M film camera to buy.
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Water Polo. Lucky shot. M6, Ilford 3200 (blech), and a Nikkor 105/2.5. Scanned on a Nikon Coolscan.
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M6 .85 TTL or M6 .72 and either a 50/1.5 lux or an ancient Canon LTM 35/1.9. I am thinking it was the Canon. Film was Kodak Ektar 100. Scanner was the Nikon Coolscan 9000. Camping outside of Orlando about 18 months ago. The last photo is of Miami at Legoland.



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Godfrey, beautiful shot!

Made me laugh, the neon reflections make it ghostly and puts the magic in the photograph!
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Here are two recent ones from me, after not having posted here for a long time. Hasselblad 80mm tri-x + rodinal.

Here is a question for anybody with film dev experience!

As you can see right side of the negative has a dark streak along the edge - I'm pretty sure it's the part that was at the bottom of the dev tank. I used rodinal, and suspect that it has somehow become depleted (even though people say that rodinal has extremely long shelf life).

Or could it be the fixer ?

I don't think it can be the agitation since I've been doing the same thing for a long time with no problems.

This has happened with two more medium format films, but not 35mm. The next batch will be with new chemicals.

In any event, thanks in advance in case somebody has an explanation!



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Sorry in wrong thread. Just noticed!
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With my "new" M6, Cron 35 asph for the first and 28 Cron the rest.

HP5 developed in D76 1+1 scanned with Coolscan V:




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28 Cron and M6, great kit!


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Going full circle as of late..
Picked up an M3 that was staring at me from inside the used items case.. I swear.

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Very nice results, Steve. Looks like there was a reason for the staring!
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Very nice.

Love that Arista!
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Putting some miles on the new M3..
In a color mood lately, blame the heat.

All from last night..

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Today - Did a LOOONG walk today through W Village/NoHo/SoHo/Greenwich Village.. got about 1.5 more rolls done, and visited the new Leica shop in W. Bway..
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Sounds like a fun day, Steve. Wish I was there to make that photo walk with you... again!

That bartender is pretty impressive! She's got skills!
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Thanks Lloyd, let me know when you're in town again!

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Finding the modern 800-speed color films to be no worse than my M8...and possibly more visually appealing.
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