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Old 12-07-2006   #301
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Old 12-08-2006   #302
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Here is my new MP-3 with the old syle XOOIM hood on the new/old style 50mm 1.4 asph lux. I like the looks better than the new hood that came with the camera.
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Old 12-09-2006   #303
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Old 12-10-2006   #305
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My M4-P

Well, this is my first post since signing up!

Here is my Leica and its only lens (at the moment).

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Old 12-14-2006   #306
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Old 12-14-2006   #307
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I posted this in another thread- but it never hurts to see another M.


M4-P w/ 50/2 collapsible Summicron.

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Old 12-14-2006   #308
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Thanks to LazyHammock and Rover, my first Leica outfit is now complete and ready to go. The m4-P looks great as does the 35mm Summicron. I cant wait to put this into action and i will post results in the Gallery. Thanks again guys.


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Old 12-14-2006   #309
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M2 S/N 1132xxx

OK, OK... P & S shots, and they worked.
The latest is fashionably bluish
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Old 12-15-2006   #310
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Looks like Charles and I have the same notion. My first M 50mm lens has arrived. I finally have reason to deploy the SBOOI finder: real 1.0X viewing is awesome!
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Old 12-15-2006   #311
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Looks like Charles and I have the same notion. My first M 50mm lens has arrived. I finally have reason to deploy the SBOOI finder: real 1.0X viewing is awesome!
Rico your kit looks mint! The SBOOI is heaven for shooting still subjects, and the combo with an M is perfect with the integrated finder/viewfinder! The M4 is way better than the leica IIIa for moving subjects.

And yes the M4 is a great joy to use! Hope you will love yours too.
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Why is everyone's camera so clean.
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Old 12-15-2006   #313
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Why is everyone's camera so clean.
In my case, careful positioning and exposure. also shooting in warm sunlight masked any brassing. You didn't really want to see the lump of missing vulcanite under the rewind knob or the dings on the baseplate did you?

Either that or we're all just fondlers
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Old 12-19-2006   #314
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Newly acquired MP (today) and with its older brother.
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Old 12-19-2006   #315
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I blame this thread. As part of my gear rationalisation programme I sold a Hexar RF and bought an MP My christmas present to me
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Old 12-20-2006   #318
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the 35 on the MP and 24 on the M8. 21 only gets used when I head up to the mountains.
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M4 with radioactive summicron.
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Gid, yes. It generates a force equal to that of a black hole. Strong enough to bend the IR wave without affecting the rest of the spectrum. It's quite an amazing gadget that my 5 year old put together for a school project. Last I heard, he has applied for a patent but Leica is offering him a Tickle Me Elmo in exchange for the plans. I am trying to convince him not to accept the offer unless they throw in a PS# as well.
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Old 12-25-2006   #321
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Hybrid M2/M3/M4

So many custom mods, I've lost track...
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Old 12-26-2006   #323
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That's simply perfection, Martin (martin-f5).


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Sweet. Does it take photographs as well
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