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    My Baby:
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    My Baby:
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    Another IF:


    1FNikkor2835 by wjlapier, on Flickr

    My new to me M7:


    M7 35 v4 50 v3 crons by wjlapier, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Here we have Gary's (nuclear) Alaska defence weapon . Looks as never used (mint) , pointing from NorthWest to SouthEast . Intentionally ? ? ?
    Here my defence weapon . It is to turn away those who want to steel Bavarian Bear .

    What happened to the photo?

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    A few memories, and a dream ... a few of which I still have.

    -Marc

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    What happened to the photo?
    Yes , that is the question . Now , Marc , as you mention that , I notice that the image has disappeared .
    What happened to the image ? ? ?
    Is that a question for Jack . How can that happen ? ? ?
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Sorry folks - Finally got it - I think
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    Quote Originally Posted by codocee View Post
    Sorry folks - Finally got it - I think
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    I assume it is a LEICA . I think it would be nice to add some data , like , what brand , when it was built and if the camera is still in working order . At least when showing vintage gear . Thank you .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Re: Portraits of Your Gear

    Another Leica contribution.



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    My trusty M8, getting used again since my M9 have been proven to be less trusty.

    Shot with the humble DLUX3.
    Bart ...

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    M4-2 and 35mm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    What happened to the photo?
    Marc

    It was my fault . Thinking back , I realized that I erased the image in my gallery and subsequently the image is also deleted in the thread . Sorry .

    Quote Originally Posted by emmawest72 View Post
    M4-2 and 35mm.


    That M4-2 must have had a hard working life and surely has deserved a pensioners life now .
    She seems to be in still working order .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Re: Portraits of Your Gear

    I just received a Summarex 8.5cm f/1.5 from gogopix. It is mounted on my iiig. The Summarex is vintage 1951 and the iiig is vintage 1956/1957. I'm not a collector, I'm a user, and will be using the Summarex on the iiig and other cameras.

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    Vintage gear are, themselves, works of art. These are a pair of Leica IIs, one chrome and one black, with a hexanon 35/2 on one, and a summicron 35/2 on the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    A few memories, and a dream ... a few of which I still have.

    -Marc
    I certainly remember the yellow 501CM as I bought it from you. Just recently sold it to fund my S2 system

    Woody

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    I just received a Summarex 8.5cm f/1.5 from gogopix. It is mounted on my iiig. The Summarex is vintage 1951 and the iiig is vintage 1956/1957. I'm not a collector, I'm a user, and will be using the Summarex on the iiig and other cameras.

    Cindy

    Lovely looking Leica 3g. I thought I remembered you purchasing my 85 Summarex. Am I wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
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    Lovely looking Leica 3g. I thought I remembered you purchasing my 85 Summarex. Am I wrong?

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    Woody, No, I didn't buy your Summarex. I'm sure it is still somewhere in this community. I did have another Summarex, but it came from a dealer.

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    Paul,
    These are both so wonderful. I especially like the black one.

    Quote Originally Posted by pphuang View Post
    Vintage gear are, themselves, works of art. These are a pair of Leica IIs, one chrome and one black, with a hexanon 35/2 on one, and a summicron 35/2 on the other.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Paul,
    These are both so wonderful. I especially like the black one.
    Hey Cindy, its fun getting back to basics, and these cameras are not too expensive (at least relatively speaking)!

    That summarex looks like a hefty piece of glass, and the red looks great against the chrome!

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    The ancestor of Sony's SLT cameras, the Canon Pellix. All of mine are still fully functional (the one on the left is unused and brand new) with intact mirrors, but many others have darkened or been destroyed over the years. I wonder how the new Sony SLT's will fare with time? - Christopher

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    This is my smallest MF camera . A WELTA/WELTAX .
    I don't know when it was built but I believe it must have been shortly after WW2 . It is in fully working order and has already a CZ Jena TESSAR lens .
    Have a look to the release button . Isn't that nice .



    All these wonderful LEICA's make me dizzy , but up to now , I could fight down the temptation .
    Regards . Jürgen .
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    Jürgen, I was looking for a Weltur for some time, but couldn't find a decent one. Your Weltax seems to be in great condition!

    Erik, stop that. It hurts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    I just received a Summarex 8.5cm f/1.5 from gogopix. It is mounted on my iiig. The Summarex is vintage 1951 and the iiig is vintage 1956/1957. I'm not a collector, I'm a user, and will be using the Summarex on the iiig and other cameras.
    Ha the mighty Summarex ! Making the Nocti a lightweight in comparison ...
    BTW I've replaced the hood with a B+W ∅58mm alu tele-hood.
    Anyway, you got yourself a cool combo, Cindy

    All the very best.
    Bart ...

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    A Few From The Pile...










    And the Madness Continues...

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    Beautifully Presented 3 Pack Erik!

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    A few shots o' the gang.













    And finally...


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    Hapo 66 E von oliverleschke auf Flickr
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    Black paint bonanza. 35, 50 and 90.

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    Erik - very chic indeed!

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    Contax TVS von oliverleschke auf Flickr
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    I like to call this one, "Fat Man and Little Boy."

    Shot with the Hassy 503CW/CFV16, fill from a softbox.


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    Rollei 35 SE von oliverleschke auf Flickr
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    posted this one of the Ricoh GXR + A12 50mm f/2.5 Macro + Ernst Leitz 5cm SBOOI BL finder yesterday in another thread ... but I think it should be in this one too. :-)


    Simple, modern, elegant. :-)

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    good image

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    Finally took the plunge.



    Love the results (Efke 50, Rodinal 1+100):


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    Yashica 44 LM von oliverleschke auf Flickr

    IMO one of the most beautiful cameras ever made.
    Modified it to take 35mm film.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Finally took the plunge.
    Nice! Looks like you're getting along very well. I should have bought my own sooner... Wait until you add a CFV (or other DB). Holy mother of...




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    Might as well share these here too. M3 with mint as new rigid cron, and black paint ala carte M7 with MP style levers and v4 35 cron.


    M7 and M3 top by wjlapier, on Flickr


    M7 and M3 front by wjlapier, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by Double Negative View Post
    Nice! Looks like you're getting along very well. I should have bought my own sooner... Wait until you add a CFV (or other DB). Holy mother of...

    ...
    Thanks. Envying your lens collection . I kind of looked around on eBay and didn't see any CFV 16s. Won't be buying anytime soon, but was curious about prices. Does the 500c/m trigger the DB without a sync cord?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathomas View Post
    Thanks. Envying your lens collection . I kind of looked around on eBay and didn't see any CFV 16s. Won't be buying anytime soon, but was curious about prices. Does the 500c/m trigger the DB without a sync cord?
    Heh, thanks.

    CFV backs are rare, but they pop up from time to time. Patience is definitely required... I do believe the 500 triggers the back (I got mine with a 500C/M and why I'm selling the body as I have a 503CW).

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    Hello

    One of my precious



    IMHO simply one of the most elegant camera design ever.

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    love to look at this baby
    Last edited by socal; 2nd December 2011 at 09:56.

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    Quote Originally Posted by socal View Post
    love to look at this baby
    Funny, I don't usually prefer color recovers, but they seem to look pretty great on Hassys.

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    Some might have seen my WTB ad, about two weeks ago.
    Here it is


    What's stitching? von oliverleschke auf Flickr

    Thanks to snapshot, for the pleasant transaction!
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    Look what arrived here today. The lens I found new-in-box last year, and has been used as standard lens on the GH1. The camera arrived from down under thanks to a very friendly guy

    GH1 with Nikkor AIS 105mm f/1.8 @ f/8


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    Whoa, congratulations on your new purchase, Jorgen.
    What a beautiful and compact 24x36mm format camera, obviously from the days when there were still true designers.
    I‘d love to see a digital version of that design, 24x36mm format of course


    I have already shown my own F3 elsewhere, but I think it belongs in this thread as well.


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    Captured with Nikon D300 • AI-S Nikkor 2.5/105mm • 1/60 sec. at f/5.6 ISO 200 • Capture NX

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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    It should be forbidden to post images with such wonderful LEICAs .
    The M series beauties are just great .
    But these images stimulate toooooo much desire .
    Well, don't underestimate the little Barnacks ;-)

    Leica IIa sync

    Leica: IIa sync conversion, M6 TTL Millenium, Fuji X-E1;
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