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here's a story that few will be interested in but i'm tired, listening to leonard cohen and sitting at the little mac.
if you have been following the fuji 10-24 lens thread that i started you will know that i have been mulling over getting that lens. i really like the images coming from it.
but then i started to wonder if i'd be better off getting a new apple iPad pro, the smaller one. decided to check out the lens in person and just came back from that event. looking through the finder and checking from 10 to 16 to 23 really gave me the opportunity to see how that lens might work for me. i'm not sure that i have the energy needed to do a good job with it. the sale is on till sometime in january so i have more mull time available.
the big mistake was checking out the xpro2 camera. love it, feels great and i forgot how much i like the ovf, that extra bit of weight and small attached grip. so the decision has been made...no new iPad, no new lens but a new body. with luck i'll have the extra cash needed before christmas.

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Joe, I was going to order an X PRO 3 sometime tomorrow afternoon.
Alas, there is no such camera.
Plan to take a nap instead.
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Dilemmas, dilemmas.

Add a 5K iMac as well to add to your quandaries.
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Joe, I was going to order an X PRO 3 sometime tomorrow afternoon.
Discovered there is no such camera.
Plan to take a nap instead.
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naps are very good things...i encourage it!
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Dilemmas, dilemmas.

Add a 5K iMac as well to add to your quandaries.
not really a quandary...more like a journey...
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Last week I sold my Ricoh GXR with Leica M module and a Sigma DP2M, the plan was to buy Fuji XPro2 to be used with M lenses and as a travel camera when I do not want to take my M 240 with me. Now I am regretting selling both camera and not sure about the XPro2 any more. So, I have been sitting in front of my iMac checking all sorts of other alternatives, and then I read your post and considering if XPro2 would be a good replacement for my ‘loss’ again. Decision, decision…….
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For what it's worth, I got an iPad Pro for work, and I use it to mark up pdf manuscripts with the Apple Pencil. It's an amazing device, the pencil especially. And the "true tone" color-adjusted screen makes it great to read books on, too, even at night, when the coolness of the display might otherwise be kind of harsh on the eyes.

Some personal drama this year led me to have to sell almost everything of value that I owned, including all my Leica stuff. But I'm kind of digging just using a Fuji X-E2 with 35/2, Canon P, and Minolta XD5 SLR. The XD5 is the real surprise. I've got the MD-mount 28/2.5 and 50/1.4 and it's a ludicrously inexpensive, beautiful kit. Maybe I'll spring for an 85 someday.

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Great idea for a thread. I'm sure that nobody cares either that yesterday I went back and bought another M2 after having only sold the last one back in January to go for a year of nothing but Rolleiflex work. Loving the MF but I caved in at not having a Leica in the end....I also snagged an excellent 50mm 2.8 Elmar and near mint Elmarit 90mm v1, both in lovely brass chrome/silver and all three items made within a year or two of each other for a period correct enjoyable silver 60's set.

The Elmar replaces my 50mm collapsible cron which I foolishly also let go back in January. It was one of the truly rare ones with MINT glass however I am feeling better after having researched the words of many former owners of the cron who say they preferred the Elmar 2.8 for black and white film work which is why I bought it. I have yet to prove this to myself however but will find out soon enough I'm sure.

The Elmar also incredibly collapses down to be EVEN smaller than the cron on an M2 which I was truly amazed by. A great compact rig that I plan to enjoy. I think you can buy new Leica glass anytime but good condition older silver stuff isn't ever going to get more plentiful or less expensive I guess. I might get a 35mm v1 cron at some point.

There, like I said, nobody cares but I feel better for having put that out there. The good news is that my wife doesn't seem to be aware that this a newly purchased M2 and collapsible 50 and not the old one! (she might care if she did).

I'm also interested to hear of any new user X Pro 2 feedback.
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Me, too, Darth!

I would ditch my PRO2 for a couple of X E3's
that is, IF it materializes and IF it meets our high expectations.

I'm essentially looking for a PRO2 with no Optical VF, a smaller, lighter body and a smaller, lighter price.
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A story that no one wants to hear...? Hmmm, I have one...

At almost 70 with 50 years of photographic passion I'm now ...let's say very..."confused" about gear...

I like to shoot film with my old (and good) film cameras, but sometimes I feel the need of a good digital...because not always I like to scan...and I have no more a darkroom...

I think that most of the cameras on the market have an image quality which is more than ok for my needs, no doubt here.

So it's all about handling and simplicity of use, reliability and size...one or two lenses not more.

From one side I like classic controls and the Nikon DF was a good candidate...but it's large and I would like to have something small and the recent Oly Pen F is beautiful. But I always like to try something new and different, being "innovative" keeps my old brain alive and a very innovative cameras is the Leica T now TL about which I'm very curious. Perhaps too innovative and it seems the Fuji X PRO2 is very good and interesting, just read a review here on RFF...for sure the M 262 is very similar in use to my m7 and I already have the lenses...

Long story short: I still shoot film and scan, my only digital camera is a now six years old X1 with dust on the sensor...maybe one day...

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Practically any contemporary digital camera with a decent sensor area will deliver what one needs (especially with raw files).

So the issues become: do I enjoy using the camera and lenses.
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I'm reading this thread and printing off Xmas cards - have to be hand fed one at a time through my old Epson printer!
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I just bought some Plus-X 35mm film for the cost of a used bulk loader.
It seemed no one else was interested, perhaps because it was in bulk.

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... was blowing some leaves off the deck and mounted the snow tires since we got the first snow overnight.
I guess no one want's to know but you asked for it .
And I am contemplating getting a different camera bag, there you go
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I was thinking of heading over to the Canadian consulate to apply for visas for the family. Everyone here is getting nervous about the spreading 'Trumpiness'.


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Few years back I modified my small Domke by cutting off the zipper and sewing in a button-loop top closure.
Have never decided if it's better or not. Works okay but so did the zipper.
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Few years back I modified my small Domke by cutting off the zipper and sewing in a button-loop top closure.
Have never decided if it's better or not. Works okay but so did the zipper.
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My wife and i are going on an overseas trip in a few weeks' time so of course I've been mentally packing my camera bag for some time. I can't decide whether to take film or digital cameras, so every few days I ask my wife, "Film or digital?"
She always alternates her answer, smiling. she's no help at all. No one cares.
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My wife and i are going on an overseas trip in a few weeks' time so of course I've been mentally packing my camera bag for some time. I can't decide whether to take film or digital cameras, so every few days I ask my wife, "Film or digital?"
She always alternates her answer, smiling. she's no help at all. No one cares.
digital...
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I probably will, in the end, but I see that as a lack of commitment, or a profound loss of nerve, as Rem Koolhas said about post-modernism.
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Few years back I modified my small Domke by cutting off the zipper and sewing in a button-loop top closure.
Have never decided if it's better or not. Works okay but so did the zipper.
Made me laugh quite a lot this, thanks
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most if not all, of my stories are like that- noone gives a diddly squat.
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A story that no one wants to hear...? Hmmm, I have one...

At almost 70 with 50 years of photographic passion I'm now ...let's say very..."confused" about gear...

I like to shoot film with my old (and good) film cameras, but sometimes I feel the need of a good digital...because not always I like to scan...and I have no more a darkroom...

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So it's all about handling and simplicity of use, reliability and size...one or two lenses not more.

From one side I like classic controls and the Nikon DF was a good candidate...but it's large and I would like to have something small and the recent Oly Pen F is beautiful. But I always like to try something new and different, being "innovative" keeps my old brain alive and a very innovative cameras is the Leica T now TL about which I'm very curious. Perhaps too innovative and it seems the Fuji X PRO2 is very good and interesting, just read a review here on RFF...for sure the M 262 is very similar in use to my m7 and I already have the lenses...

Long story short: I still shoot film and scan, my only digital camera is a now six years old X1 with dust on the sensor...maybe one day...

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I cut off the side pockets of my "Little bit bigger" Domke to make it a "lot bigger" F6.
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Wow! NO body cared about that one!
i wondered about it and was going to check my bags to see exactly what you meant...but then i forgot...my bad...
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Darthfeeble, I was curious about your bag mod too, but since this is a thread about apathy, I felt to respond would be off topic.
This thread, which has so much promise, existentially, is doomed by its own premise. Pity.
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I forgot I already contributed to this thread - at least I think I might have!
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On my Leica II, I use a grey wrist strap with a big disk-like dial to secure it, that is branded 'Elmo'. Apparently it came from a 1960s movie camera. The big dial has the exact same proportions as the round edge of the Leica II bottom plate.

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i wondered about it and was going to check my bags to see exactly what you meant...but then i forgot...my bad...
got any pics?
It's stashed in the dark and scary regions of the garage, but just picture getting out your scissors and removing the two side pouches. Makes a bigger version of the F6 but with a big back pocket.
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I had anxiety for years, anticipating that one day the terminals of my spare camera battery might short circuit in my trouser pocket if I carried coins in the same pocket. A few times I even had to park in expensive parking garages because I carried no change for parking meters, and the garages take credit cards.
So last week (I think it was Tuesday, maybe early afternoon, maybe it was Thursday morning though), I went downstairs and attacked this challenge head on.
I made a battery envelope using paper card stock and scotch tape.
You can see here how conveniently the battery slips into the little case that insulates it from the coins in my pocket.
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I just bought a C-41 home developing kit to process my supply of C-41. I'll shoot, develop, & scan. Once my C-41 is gone that will be it for color. Just B&W.
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I had anxiety for years, anticipating that one day the terminals of my spare camera battery might short circuit in my trouser pocket if I carried coins in the same pocket. A few times I even had to park in expensive parking garages because I carried no change for parking meters, and the garages take credit cards.
So last week (I think it was Tuesday, maybe early afternoon, maybe it was Thursday morning though), I went downstairs and attacked this challenge head on.
I made a battery envelope using paper card stock and scotch tape.
You can see here how conveniently the battery slips into the little case that insulates it from the coins in my pocket.
Nifty DIY solution... Dave, when un-boxing a new Leica 262, one finds that Leica shipped the battery in a cool non-conducting black fabric draw-string pouch. With Leica logo. After removing the battery, the pouch collapses completely, very small, very classy.... But, who cares?
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Daveleo, I have exactly the same neurosis about loose batteries. I like your solution.
If I carry around a single battery, I put it in it's own shirt, jacket or bag pocket. If I have several I either rubber band them together so the contacts can't touch each other or arrange them in a snug way so that they stay next to each other rather than tumbling around.
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Nifty DIY solution... Dave, when un-boxing a new Leica 262, one finds that Leica shipped the battery in a cool non-conducting black fabric draw-string pouch. With Leica logo. After removing the battery, the pouch collapses completely, very small, very classy.... But, who cares?
i'll give you 25 cents american for the bag...
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