Old 11-22-2012   #4761
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Nice! Love that you are using 3D printing to manufacture these. Any chance of a hood for the 35 f2 ZM? That would be an instant buy for me.
If it's the same bayonet mounting as the 50/2 Planar, the 35/1.4 should work with no problems at all. But as it's not been tested on that lens, you would be taking a chance on it.

Now back to the sexy Leica Ms!
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Old 11-23-2012   #4762
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That looks great on an M2 Cris. I love how it looks with your hood. Where is the hood from?
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Old 11-24-2012   #4763
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Here my M4 BP with Lux 50 asph and A&A straps.... today Neopan 1600 inside... I love this little beast!
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Old 11-24-2012   #4764
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That looks great on an M2 Cris. I love how it looks with your hood. Where is the hood from?
Look closer, "Compact Rangefinder Hoods [CV and Zeiss]" in his sig leads to his page where you can buy the hoods, 3D plastic-printed!
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These came in the mail today fresh from a CLA. A Leica M4 made in 1966, with a Summicron collapsible 50/2 made in 1954. It looks like the M4 sat on a shelf for 45 years. There's a few marks on it, so it isn't brand new, but close to new. I hope to wear it out.


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Old 11-25-2012   #4766
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My M9 with Cron 28 ASPH.

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Old 11-27-2012   #4768
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Old 11-27-2012   #4769
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Disturbing, I know. It sticks that way, the text perfectly centered..

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Old 11-27-2012   #4770
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Old 11-28-2012   #4772
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Awesome!
I wanted a different lens hood for my CV Nokton 1.4!

Im glad I looked in this thread!!!

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Old 11-28-2012   #4773
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Why not. It's cold and raining, and a blurred digital grab shot seems appropriate.


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Old 11-28-2012   #4775
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nice camera; i've been wondering for awhile is the Leitz logo on the M4P mounted on the vulcanite or is it on the shell ?

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Old 11-28-2012   #4776
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nice camera; i've been wondering for awhile is the Leitz logo on the M4P mounted on the vulcanite or is it on the shell ?
It is glued onto the shell.
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Old 11-28-2012   #4777
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Yeah rainy day boredom indeed. From iPhone my "old" M5 and it's Nokton f1.5/50mm.
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Old 11-28-2012   #4779
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Old 11-28-2012   #4780
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Old 11-28-2012   #4782
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All the sleek film Ms in this thread are making the M8 and M9s look really fat
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Old 11-28-2012   #4783
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All the sleek film Ms in this thread are making the M8 and M9s look really fat
Not only the look, they feel fat in hands too.
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All the sleek film Ms in this thread are making the M8 and M9s look really fat

Heh, I see your meaning, definitely! Luckily, I haven´t shot extensively with a film M at any point, so the difference in fat is moot to me.

Oh, retrospectively, it might look as if I lined up all the swag inside my house for the camera shoot, but unfortunately, that´s just how my desk looks. My wife hates that desk (which also is part of the dinner table - small apartment)! Also, the photo was shot with a wide angle, and it makes the camera look a bit fatter..
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Old 12-06-2012   #4785
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It's a pretty gigantic picture taken with my RB67, but here's my M3, complete with Jupiter 3 lens! Absolutely love the combination, it's smoother than I could have ever anticipated--wonderful camera! Can't wait to see (if I screw up) the negatives!

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Oh, Maggie ... how can you be so cruel ... now I will have to salivate over this picture all day and won't get any work done ...
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Taken earlier today. It was either this or doing some chores around the house :-)

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Awesome! Can I ask how you stripped the chrome? Also, what kind of paint did you use?
I did a combination of reverse electrolysis and acid bath. I also had to sand a fair amount of nickel coating off in the process.
I just used a Krylon semi gloss paint. Which I baked for a while to harden.

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