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Old 04-09-2017   #8162
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got a new book today, very interesting to see the shots either side of the iconic shots I know.
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Yep, great book. Another great one is Jim Marshall, Proof. Similar concept to Contact Sheets but with less explanation, plus there's the Leica wet dream bag shot inside front cover
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Old 04-10-2017   #8164
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Yes, both good books. If you like looking at contact sheets you'll also like the Robert Frank Looking In (extended edition) which shows the contact sheets for all the photos chosen for The Americans.
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I feel like i'm spamming this thread now but this arrived this morning, I always wanted a leitz finder. this is the 35mm. despite the rubberised viewfinder i'm still a little tight on the camera's 35mm frame with my glasses, i've stuck some foam to the back for now, I'll do a tidier job again but now I can see the whole frame clearly. It has a few dings but works well and was cheaper than most others I saw.


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Old 04-15-2017   #8166
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The M4-2 used to be my workhorse camera for a couple of years, replaced by an M4 (BP). What strap is that on your camera?

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The M4-2 used to be my workhorse camera for a couple of years, replaced by an M4 (BP). What strap is that on your camera?
It was from a seller on Etsy, made to order.
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my new "old" Super Angulon 21mm and 21mm finder





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I feel like i'm spamming this thread now but this arrived this morning, I always wanted a leitz finder. this is the 35mm. despite the rubberised viewfinder i'm still a little tight on the camera's 35mm frame with my glasses, i've stuck some foam to the back for now, I'll do a tidier job again but now I can see the whole frame clearly. It has a few dings but works well and was cheaper than most others I saw.


That finder is lovely. Bright and a pleasure to use. I Use my a lot with my IIf and Summaron 3.5/ Elmar 3.5.


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It's now winging it's way to a new owner, one last look at what was my M6...

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Oh man, you really gave your camera some proper use!! For how long have you owned it?
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Oh man, you really gave your camera some proper use!! For how long have you owned it?
I owed it for over 6 years and put over 300 rolls through it. More info here;
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