Old 01-07-2012   #4001
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Does anyone use a black Voigtlander 50mm Nokton f/1.5 with their M? I'd really like to see how that combo looks.
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Old 01-08-2012   #4002
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Does anyone use a black Voigtlander 50mm Nokton f/1.5 with their M? I'd really like to see how that combo looks.
On my M4


The M6


And a bonus shot on the IIIC


I use it mostly on the M4, I got a collapsible summicron for the IIIC and I use a 35mm summicron on the M6, since the framelines are stuck at 35mm.
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Is that a 35/1.4 pre-ASPH with 35mm Summicron-M hood on the M4 ? If yes, what is the size of the filter in the hood ?

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Is that a 35/1.4 pre-ASPH with 35mm Summicron-M hood on the M4 ? If yes, what is the size of the filter in the hood ?
40.5 diameter
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Size matters
4 genarations - from 4x5" to APS-C

in the background: the Gandolfi Variant III, 4x5" analog
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middle: Leica M9 with Leica Super-Elmar 18mm/3.8, 18 MPix FF
right: Sony NEX-7 with E-M Adapter and Leica Summilux 35mm/1.4, 24 MPix APS-C
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Old 01-10-2012   #4009
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Can't help it.. the M6 with the new strap.
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Old 01-10-2012   #4010
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Old 01-11-2012   #4011
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4 genarations - from 4x5" to APS-C

in the background: the Gandolfi Variant III, 4x5" analog
left: Nikon D3 with Nikkor 24-70/2.8, 12 MPix FF
middle: Leica M9 with Leica Super-Elmar 18mm/3.8, 18 MPix FF
right: Sony NEX-7 with E-M Adapter and Leica Summilux 35mm/1.4, 24 MPix APS-C
(took it with Sony NEX-5 with E-Macro 30mm/3.5)

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Ok HERE is the bondage strap in detail.

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Old 01-11-2012   #4014
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Old 01-12-2012   #4015
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i know this is a terrible photo... Bought from user alecto. m6 #2
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Old 01-14-2012   #4016
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Dierk, that is perhaps the best cam you can get in each of those genres (EVIL, RF, (D)SLR, LF). Wow!
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Old 01-16-2012   #4019
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It was hard waiting for the lens to arrive (ten whole days!), but today it did;

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Old 01-16-2012   #4020
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Old 01-17-2012   #4021
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A Millennium that's NOT a shelf-queen? Very, very cool.
Is your BP M2 original or a repaint? If it's repainted, who did the work. If it's original, just more very, very cool.

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Not mine, but does anybody know which strap this is?
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Old 01-18-2012   #4024
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Looks like the one me ol' pappy whipped me with. (sorry couldn't resist)
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Not mine, but does anybody know which strap this is?
Ciesta and Luxcase both make strap in that design.
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It was hard waiting for the lens to arrive (ten whole days!), but today it did;

http://www.lysator.liu.se/~busk/leicam4-2-voigt35.jpg
But yeah, that didn't last very long. First roll through it ended up mostly blank. Seller's offered to buy it back, however, so I'll just have to keep looking. Not that I couldn't have sent it in for service myself, but I wouldn't have paid as much for it had I known the actual condition.
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My first and hopefully only Leica. I'd like to hand this thing off to my kids some day (with a better lens, obviously).

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Old 01-19-2012   #4030
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Update: M6 + 40mm Nokton SC

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I know it's not a 35mm M, but here's my M8 with the Arte Di Mano case from JnK and matching strap.



and the back
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My first and hopefully only Leica. I'd like to hand this thing off to my kids some day (with a better lens, obviously).

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Love that shoulder strap.
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Old 01-19-2012   #4033
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this is beautiful case, looks maybe even better than Luigi's!

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Agreed! Makes me want one but I enjoy the worn look of my M6! Soon I will be posting photos of my very used (not much by me) m6. Pressure plate is showing wear!

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I know it's not a 35mm M, but here's my M8 with the Arte Di Mano case from JnK and matching strap.
Wow! That's one good-looking setup! +1 for the case.
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What a fantastic image to see when I opened this thread this morning. There would be no need for words if this were an advertisement for the M7. Well done!!
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István, this is another one of your wonderful camera shots, I always enjoy them tremendously, so please keep them coming!

Anyone else in to promote István to "Grand Master of Leica Camera Porn"? ;-)
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Wow! That's one good-looking setup! +1 for the case.
Thanks. I looked at the Luigi cases as well, but decided to go with the JnK case because I figured the little molded bump on the back would eliminate my desire for a Thumbs Up attachment. The two grips are just enough to make the ergonomics friendly enough that I don't even think about it. The fit and finish of the case is great... I had to ask for the strap as the don't have any listings that include a strap. The price for JnK's hand crafted case and strap were on par with Luigi's "deluxe" case and strap combo. They are on eBay (or on their own website if you speak Korean), and are great at getting back to you with questions.
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