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M7, CLE, GRD IV, and Iphone!
Old 07-11-2012   #1
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M7, CLE, GRD IV, and Iphone!

My kit for my Montana vacation. I always go to Montana every year and I come back with different photos from various different equipment. Some years, Nikon F2 and various lenses, other's Nikon F5/100 and AF lenses. A few years with Leica M3/MP. This year I have M7, CLE, 35 cron, 50 cron, 28 perar, Ricoh GRD IV, and iPhone. I left behind D700 and assorted Nikon AF lenses including the 200/2 AFS! Should be interesting since I have nothing longer than 50mm.

Who would consider this a fine kit to use?
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looks fine but there is overlap in that you have two bodies that can do the same thing, as well as your GRD which is 28mm like your perar, but much faster at f1.9.

i would probably drop one body and one lens and bring a wider lens or more telephoto lens (depends on what your style tends to be, tele or wide).

personally i like wide landscapes so i'd bring something even wider than 28. i have the 21mm lens adapter for the grd so i'd bring that.
Epson R-D1, Ricoh GRD III, Rollei TLR's, Lots of others
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Drop the iphone, you'll end up with images you'll wish you'd have taken them with a quality camera.
Don't you have the 40 rokkor? Could be nice for the minolta...
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A fine combination of film and digital.
The GRD IV will come in really handy for wide stitched panoramas.
I get more high ISO keepers from mine indoors than with film in the M6.
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