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Old 03-31-2019   #41
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A Leica M6 with a Nikon SP shutter, titanium curtains and all. Joe
M3 with titanium shutter upgrade has been done - spectacularly well:

https://www.35mmc.com/22/07/2018/lei...ustom-cameras/

There is a video comparing shutter sound with a M-A
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Tim you can still buy those - SP 2005 - on ebay.
https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw...imited&_sop=15
Hey Huss, yeah I've seen those, but I'd like to buy a new chrome body SP, without the lens, as I already have the lens, and I'm a shooter, not a collector, so a black body is of no use to me. And I'd also like to pay much less than the $3500 - $4000 or so they seem to want for those on eBay.

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A Panasonic wide angle bridge camera

Dear Board,

I'd like a camera roughly equivalent physically to the FZ1000-2, but with a lens with 12 to 50mm coverage in 35mm terms, and an aperture of f2.8.

If they came up with one I'd sell everything I own from CANIKON and just have the two Panasonics. I could put 2 cameras that weigh about 4 pounds between them on a double sling and take a walk in the woods and cover all of my needs. As it stands now I only have an FZ200 from Panasonic, but I like the camera and the results it produces a lot.

That's my wish anyway.

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I used a Graflex during my college days. 4x5 negative was terrific. The camera I used had the rangefinder type of focusing. Hard for me to use if I found one now because I only have an Omega B-22 enlarger with a negative max size 6x6.
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It would be much louder. What would the benefit be? The SP shutter does not have a greater shutter speed range.
Here is original repairer video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75IzHW86dVI

It isn't much. For someone like me who has no dozen of film Leica in possession (just one film M), it makes perfect sense. It is everyday with me camera.

But I re-purchased Bessa L (a.k.a. boombox ) this week, to also use it for photography on the street and else, shopping malls included.
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It is not that simple. The original MP derived from the M3, but is also the ancestor of the M2, in fact more than the M3. There are M2's with a self timer and without. I've also seen original MP's with a self timer, but most are without. However, I've never seen an original M3 without a selftimer. Weird.


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Itís not at all weird. A self-timer was part of what made an M3 an M3. Some M2ís have no self timer because they were a cost cutting alternative to the M3, but the M3 was the full featured top model.
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Itís not at all weird. A self-timer was part of what made an M3 an M3. Some M2ís have no self timer because they were a cost cutting alternative to the M3, but the M3 was the full featured top model.

Yes, but on the other hand was the M3 by far their most produced model. I can imagine that many people disliked the selftimer and wanted to get rid of it. When the Leicaflex came out the M3 was no longer an universal camera. The selftimer was an extremely expensive attribute. Therefore it was deleted on the cameras when the M5 was phased out.



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Phil F NM (#29) has the right idea. Mine goes further.

Okay, so we're into fantasies here, so why not go the whole hog?

A new Rolleiflex TLR. One that incorporates every wonderful aspect of every Rollei ever made.

A 75mm f/2.8 Tessar (yes, Tessar) taking lens. Not Planars or Xenotars. The ever humble Tessar has a unique character and costs very little to produce. I mean, any lens from the 1880s that continues manufactured today has to have something good for it. So let's go with the Tessar.

Optional wide angle and telephoto lenses. Even a super wide. And why not?

The usual 12 exposures, also inserts for 16 and 24 exposures on 120 film, also a 35mm kit.

A waist level finder, a sports finder, and a small prism head. Not the welterweight prism the Rollei makers sold in the '50s and '60, which gives the camera an awful look and completely unbalances the camera when it's on. Maybe one of the small Hasselblad prism copies.

Let's have everything controlled on the focusing knob. Distance, metering, spot metering, lens settings and speeds adjusted with push-down buttons.

A built-in CDS meter by Gossen with spot metering.

Bayonet I accessories.

In my dreams this wonderful camera would be made in Germany and not China, but one can't have everything.

If a digital back could be had for it, my 21st century Rollei would be just about perfect.

Basic camera cost about $2,000. And while we are dreaming, affordable 120 roll film.
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Phil F NM (#29) has the right idea. Mine goes further.

Okay, so we're into fantasies here, so why not go the whole hog?

A new Rolleiflex TLR. One that incorporates every wonderful aspect of every Rollei ever made.

A 75mm f/2.8 Tessar (yes, Tessar) taking lens. Not Planars or Xenotars. The ever humble Tessar has a unique character and costs very little to produce. I mean, any lens from the 1880s that continues manufactured today has to have something good for it. So let's go with the Tessar.

Optional wide angle and telephoto lenses. Even a super wide. And why not?

The usual 12 exposures, also inserts for 16 and 24 exposures on 120 film, also a 35mm kit.

A waist level finder, a sports finder, and a small prism head. Not the welterweight prism the Rollei makers sold in the '50s and '60, which gives the camera an awful look and completely unbalances the camera when it's on. Maybe one of the small Hasselblad prism copies.

Let's have everything controlled on the focusing knob. Distance, metering, spot metering, lens settings and speeds adjusted with push-down buttons.

A built-in CDS meter by Gossen with spot metering.

Bayonet I accessories.

In my dreams this wonderful camera would be made in Germany and not China, but one can't have everything.

If a digital back could be had for it, my 21st century Rollei would be just about perfect.

Basic camera cost about $2,000. And while we are dreaming, affordable 120 roll film.
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Old 03-31-2019   #51
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My wish: the entire film sensor can be encapsulated into a standard 35mm cassette and will be compatible with all 35mm cameras. The inner core of the cassette contains the micro-electronics and rechargeable lithium-ion power source. A removable USB 2.0 connector allows immediate access to all images simply by plugging into any standard Mac or Windows PC, with download times of only one second per image at full resolution. Images will be captured in both RAW and JPEG formats simultaneously. Kodak will provide software and share technical data with all camera and computer manufacturers. Kodak, please make this so all my 35mm cameras can shoot digital.
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Old 03-31-2019   #52
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Phil F NM (#29) has the right idea. Mine goes further.

Okay, so we're into fantasies here, so why not go the whole hog?

A new Rolleiflex TLR. One that incorporates every wonderful aspect of every Rollei ever made.

A 75mm f/2.8 Tessar (yes, Tessar) taking lens. Not Planars or Xenotars. The ever humble Tessar has a unique character and costs very little to produce. I mean, any lens from the 1880s that continues manufactured today has to have something good for it. So let's go with the Tessar.

Optional wide angle and telephoto lenses. Even a super wide. And why not?

The usual 12 exposures, also inserts for 16 and 24 exposures on 120 film, also a 35mm kit.

A waist level finder, a sports finder, and a small prism head. Not the welterweight prism the Rollei makers sold in the '50s and '60, which gives the camera an awful look and completely unbalances the camera when it's on. Maybe one of the small Hasselblad prism copies.

Let's have everything controlled on the focusing knob. Distance, metering, spot metering, lens settings and speeds adjusted with push-down buttons.

A built-in CDS meter by Gossen with spot metering.

Bayonet I accessories.

In my dreams this wonderful camera would be made in Germany and not China, but one can't have everything.

If a digital back could be had for it, my 21st century Rollei would be just about perfect.

Basic camera cost about $2,000. And while we are dreaming, affordable 120 roll film.


I am pleased to be able to say that your desire for a Tessar 75mm might already be part fulfilled in reality. Schneider Kreuznach have long made Xenar lenses in longer focal lengths (and mainly for medium format / large format cameras where a 75mm is more in the nature of a normal lens or even wide angle depending on format). According to a page on Schneider's MF / LF glass:

"The Schneider lenses of the Xenar series are world-renowned as standard lenses used by professional photographers in the press, advertising, and portrait fields.

Designed as four-element, three-component systems, they give brilliant pictures in full, natural color. Their carefully balanced correction ensures outstanding image quality. As a result, reasonably priced and versatile Xenar lenses are essential elements for any professional photographer."


Which sounds remarkably similar to a Tessar design lens. (I believe Xenars are updated and recomputed Tessars in essence).

I have a Schneider Xenar with a 5mm (Exakta) mount in 105mm and it is beautiful - the colors and tones and sharpness is just about perfect for portraits. But have not tried their 75mm.


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I first wanted to say a digi-film camera
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My wish: the entire film sensor can be encapsulated into a standard 35mm cassette and will be compatible with all 35mm cameras. The inner core of the cassette contains the micro-electronics and rechargeable lithium-ion power source. A removable USB 2.0 connector allows immediate access to all images simply by plugging into any standard Mac or Windows PC, with download times of only one second per image at full resolution. Images will be captured in both RAW and JPEG formats simultaneously. Kodak will provide software and share technical data with all camera and computer manufacturers. Kodak, please make this so all my 35mm cameras can shoot digital.
Dear kk,

But I was thinking differently. I was hoping that somehow a camera could be built with a digital sensor and have the means to record the same image to a an actual film cassette?

You have a better idea!

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2. A full frame Fuji X-T3 with IBIS
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Old 03-31-2019   #55
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A digital rolleiflex and/or a real TLR that uses Instax WIDE film.

Rollei 35 Sd (digital)

A digital Barnack

(no screen on any of the above, just shoot raw and have ISO be setable)

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A Ricoh GR1s sized Ricoh digital or even a Ricoh GR1s that will work for years
Haven't they already made a digital that was basically the same size or even smaller?

GR1s 117mm x 61mm x 26,5mm (34mm at grip)


GRII 117.0 mm (W) ◊ 62.8 mm (H) ◊ 34.7
GRIII 109.4(W)◊61.9(H)◊33.2(D)mm

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How about an M42 full frame mirrorless body no smaller than the Pentax MX and no bigger than the Spotmatic...
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How about an M42 full frame mirrorless body no smaller than the Pentax MX and no bigger than the Spotmatic...
The registration of the M42 lens is exactly the same as the K mount, so (as long as the mirror box has clearance) you can do just what you want with a current Pentax K1 and an original Pentax M42-K adapter.

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How about a Nikon FM2 or FM3a with a digital sensor.
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How about a Nikon FM2 or FM3a with a digital sensor.
aka the DF mk 2

This time they get it right!
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How about an M42 full frame mirrorless body no smaller than the Pentax MX and no bigger than the Spotmatic...
A7 series is probably in that range. My F3 is considerably wider than my A7RII, roughly the same height and the body thickness is pretty close. Sony is thicker on the body itself (and grip), F3 is thicker at the mount. The original A7 is a little smaller.

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aka the DF mk 2

This time they get it right!
Amen! The Dƒ was a marketing ploy, maybe to use up extra 16MP sensors left over from the D4.
Deceptive PR lead-up, led many to believe this was "it"....
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A compact monochrome camera that's designed to perform well with (mostly rangefinder) lenses that have high incidence angles. Leica solved this with the sensor microlens array but digital Ms are not priced for the average user; a curved sensor would also work. But I want it to be more the size of a CL/CLE and take a number of mounts - M/LTM essential and Nikon S as well if possible. So, a Monochrom CL, and why not a colour CL at the same time.
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1. A Leica M11 with an option for a completely silent shutter like the Z6 ( see next wish ) but price capped at $6,500 like what I paid for my current and quite "clacky" M10.

2. A Nikon Z8 that is 24MP but with AF that goes to EV minus -5 and ISO 50K that looks like 3200 does now. It will be announced with a new Speedlight called the SBZ-100 that uses an adjustable color output flash tube to match the ambient white balance settings.

3. A Hasselblad V system CFV50SQ back that is 50MP but full frame and square.
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Leica Medium Format and one other

I wish for two cameras.

1. A Leica medium format that takes 120/220 film
2. Any camera that can mount the Mamiya 7 lenses, but better built than the Mamiya 7 and 7ii. The lenses are phenomenal.
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An original black Nikon S2 and an original black SP, what the hell an original S3 Olympic as well
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I would love to have a digital Pentax 67 camera, featuring a full size 56x70 sensor. Further the large sensor would have to be full RGB, something like a Foveon sensor.
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Not very rangefindery, but I'd like a Nikon D3-type body with an all-purpose, modern 24 or 36MP sensor.
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I would have two simples requests. The first would be a modern version of a Nikon F2 Titan but with a metered head without changing the dimensions of the classic unmetered head. In other words, I love the F2 chassis but the mushroom heads are plain ugly. The second would be a Leica M6 with 40mm framelines to make use of the Voigtlander 40 Nokton native.
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I would like a digital Canon FD mount camera with a body like the A1 or F1 rather than the T90, I liked the user experience on them. Though if I was looking for a similar user experience but had no lenses a Contax Yashica mount would be first choice. If someone was clever with the interlinking a camera could be made with exchangeable mounts.
The other one I would like to see is a larger than 645 sensored digital, somewhere around 67 or bigger. Not sure how much resolution would be ideal, it would be good to go after other IQ gains such as colour fidelity.
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A digital back for Leica M film cameras that adds no more volume than a Leicavit. 24mp would do nicely.
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Just a digital back - a 5" x 4" Graflok fitting digital back which covers 5" x 4" and produces a 20-30MPixel image. This would make an enormous amount of perfectly good cameras usable again.
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None - my "dream camera" is already here!

It's the Sony A7R III. Pretty much perfect.

Small, ideal for manual exposure with manual lenses. And the electronic viewfinder is what really does it for me: I see the actual photo I'll get, not a vague idea like an optical viewfinder shows.

OK, there's a few things I'd change like removing all the video stuff - so perhaps I should say a customised Sony A7R III...
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The Olympus XA lens on a camera that isn't compromising itself in trying to be as small as possible... Love the lens, hate the ergonomics.

An aperture priority TLR would be nice!
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A part of this I'm quite happy with the cameras available on the market, I know I'm in the minority

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Systems I would buy no questions asked:

- Full frame Olympus Mirrorless OM1 with zuiko digital prime lenses to suit (with aperture ring)

- Digital fm2n with good focusing screen and f-mount. Don’t care if it’s mirrorless or slr.

- full frame manual focus digital bessa/ikon zi for under 2500us.

Basically I just want real purist cameras with no bull**** features and manual controls.
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