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    Leica What's in your bag now?

    Nice, looks like Newburyport. Interesting bokeh on the second shot, was that the 35mm Summilux ASPH? -Thomas
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    Cooeee from Australia

    Hi Mark, Welcome back, remember you running the SiJ few years ago. I'm not very active posting here myself. I also have the X100T and recently picked up the X70. Once they release the WCL-X70 I'll have 21, 28, 35 and 50 (with TCL-X100) in a small compact setup. That would be all I need for now...
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    Fuji Fuji X-70 - First and (maybe NOT!) Last Impressions

    Nice Ray, I really like the purple hair shot. Took a walk around Exeter, NH with the X70. I think the lens delivers better results than the X100T with the WCL converter. Ice cream in February: And then the sun came out to add some color: -Thomas
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    Fuji Fuji X-70 - First and (maybe NOT!) Last Impressions

    I just got my X70 and so far so good, haven't found a deal breaking issue yet. I tried the WCL X100 just to see how that would work. So, quite a bit of vignetting, I think I'll wait for the dedicated X70 wide converter. To keep a slim profile I tried a 49mm female-female filter adapter and...
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    Fuji Fuji X-70 - First and (maybe NOT!) Last Impressions

    Ray, thanks for sharing your experience with the X70, always enlightening, sometimes relevant to my use :). I have an X100T that I love using, so looking forward to trying the X70 out. I don't need custom settings or a mode dial, so I actually prefer the Fuji dials. As for the distance set when...
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    Fuji Fuji X70

    Yes, Fuji, please include this in the next FW update. Although when I had the GR for a while I didn't turn off the screen since I felt I needed the screen to see whenever I changed some settings. That's not necessary with the X70 since the important settings are on the dials, always visible...
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    Leica Multiple Leicas?

    Since the M3 lacks the 35mm frame lines you would have to use an add-on finder or get a 35mm lens with "goggles". The M2 or M4 might be a better choice if you want to get an earlier Leica and still use your 35mm lens. If you buy used, you can always try it out for a while and then sell the...
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    Sneak peek: new forum app

    Found it. I like it so far. -Thomas Sent from my iPhone using Photographers Lounge mobile app
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    Nikon Coolpix A Refurb: Couldn't Resist

    Double-check that you don't have the focus switch in macro mode, that seemed to slow regular distance focusing. I set mine up to focus with the Fn1 button, that way I didn't have to wait for focus on each shot. Since mine is broken now, I have a pair of batteries and a charger sitting around...
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    Film Portraits of Your FILM Gear

    That 55/1.8 Takumar is a great lens, here is one from many years ago taken with it wide open, Tri-X pushed to 1600 -Thomas
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    Film Showcase Kodak Ultramax 400

    Here is one from Griffith Park in LA this summer.
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    Film Showcase Kodak Ultramax 400

    Very nice. Especially like the last "Sweet Ride", great shot. -Thomas
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    Film Portraits of Your FILM Gear

    Welcome! Have to say that this is a very pretty camera. I just love old chrome film cameras with nice chrome rimmed lenses. -Thomas
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    Film Showcase Kodak Ektar 100

    Two fall pictures from Exeter, New Hampshire. Both shot with the "new to me" Zuiko 55mm f1.2 wide open on an OM-2S.
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    Film HELP! Spots with home developing

    Here is a report of a similar issue. Looks like the type of fixer matters.
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