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Old 11-27-2017   #46
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Old 12-03-2017   #47
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Old 12-10-2017   #48
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Old 12-11-2017   #49
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Thank you, Nick, yes, oldies but goldies, 1980.

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Old 01-02-2018   #50
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resurrecting this thread because I love this lens....

M6, Cron Rigid, Tri X Bruce Barnbaum 2 bath HC110 (it was crazy contrast that day)

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Old 01-09-2018   #52
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Old 01-21-2018   #53
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When I got my first Rigid I got it with an M3 for a bitchin' deal. I ended up getting rid of both before I ever developed a roll of film from the combo. After I sold it I developed all the rolls and realized that I loved the results.




I ended up buying another M3 with a version 1 Rigid a couple weeks ago. I don't plan on ever selling this setup again.
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Old 01-21-2018   #55
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Lovely shot of Utrecht! I appreciate the minimalism in your photos Erik.
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Old 01-22-2018   #56
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Be interested to see how this renders color.
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I'll throw in some of my favourites as well as some color and flare action for lundrog.

Leica M2, Rigid, Eastman 5222 @ 1600


Leica M4, Rigid, Tri-X


Leica M5, Rigid, FP4+


Leica M2, Rigid, Eastman 5222 @ 400


Leica M5, Rigid, FP4+


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All great shots, BLKRCAT, but this one is exceptional! Simply great.

Rayt, thank you.

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Old 01-22-2018   #59
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From back when I had one chin and no manboobs:

Beauty And The Beast by Jean-Yves, on Flickr

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I'll throw in some of my favourites as well as some color and flare action for lundrog.

Leica M2, Rigid, Eastman 5222 @ 1600
Leica M4, Rigid, Tri-X
Leica M5, Rigid, FP4+
Leica M2, Rigid, Eastman 5222 @ 400
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Old 02-06-2018   #65
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Old 03-02-2018   #66
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Striking captures giganova. The way the eyes pop out of the otherwise low key portrait ( number 3) is marvelous.
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Wow, I love the photos in this thread.
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Old 03-12-2018   #69
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Truly a wonderful lens. Thank you Erik. I hope to make some posts here soon.
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sorry the last photo was too large.

again from NZ, Walter Peak Wharf, Lake Wakatipu. Fomapan 200asa shot at 125asa in D76.
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Can a DR summicaron be used on the new digi M"s?..specifically the M10
I've heard yes, without the eyes and No, period..looking for a correct answer, thanks.
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Can a DR summicaron be used on the new digi M"s?..specifically the M10
I've heard yes, without the eyes and No, period..looking for a correct answer, thanks.
the DR acts as a regular summicron without the goggles. Without them you should be fine to use it. Keep in mind that you will not be able to use the close focus feature of the lens.

With goggles I'm not sure.
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Certain things always draw my attention. My son, because hes always into something...and shapes.

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Every time I post in this thread I end up looking through the images and it makes me want to use it even more. I'm always torn between this one and my collapsible. Fantastic shots everyone, notably Erik for showing the versatility of this lens.
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