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    B&W: Words/No Words

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    The Urban Image Thread

    Thanks Matt. The “Singularly” missing photo.
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    The Urban Image Thread

    Singularly Lonely in Lucca, Tuscany.
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    Leica KAF-18500 CCD used in the M9 and M Monochrom is discontinued, Sensor replacement no longer possible

    Thanks Brian. I do have a dry cabinet for the majority of my lenses, Sydney gets pretty humid in the summer months, so shall have the M9M body in there when not in use.
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    Leica KAF-18500 CCD used in the M9 and M Monochrom is discontinued, Sensor replacement no longer possible

    My M9M had the sensor replaced in July 2015 and I believe that the replacement date means it had the original sensor replaced with the "original style sensor" that could fail again. Leica only started using the “new sensor” a few months after my replacement date. Hence, I keep my fingers crossed🤞🏻
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    Film Showcase Fomopan 200

    Napier Art Deco Week - New Zealand. Retina Type 141 1937 35mm folding camera. Fomopan 200.
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    B&W: Words/No Words

    Made with a Retina Type 141 1937. Napier New Zealand Annual Art Deco Week. Fomapan 200 Film. I’m an avid Retina folding camera fan.
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    B&W: Words/No Words

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    Stroll Fences, gates and stiles

    Waikato Region - New Zealand
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    The Urban Image Thread

    Nyon
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    Color: Words/No Words

    Thanks Thai-Mike. Appreciated.
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    Color: Words/No Words

    As today, August 6, is the 75th anniversary of that momentous world changing event over Hiroshima and we are certainly living in precarious times, I thought sharing a few photos from a 2013 visit may be appropriate. Peace to all.🙏🏻
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    The Urban Image Thread

    Newtown - Sydney
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    Street Street photography (Image thread)

    Collingwood and surrounding streets have some great photography opportunities as does Melbourne’s laneways for street art and street photography in general. I’m a Sydneysider but I’m sure fellow Cameraderie members, who live in Melbourne, will share some of the great photo moments they have...
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    Street Street photography (Image thread)

    Interior and view from the converted trams. The set up is named Easeys.
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    Street Street photography (Image thread)

    Ad, they are converted to a bar, cafe for casual dining. Will post some shots from up there.
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    Symbols and symbolism

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    Street Street photography (Image thread)

    Collingwood, Melbourne
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    B&W: Words/No Words

    “Breakfast at Tiffanys” at the Sydney Opera House
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    the Cemetery image thread....

    Newtown Sydney - Necropolis Nicotine
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    Leica Urban Shots Thread

    Amends. My Leica generated contribution made with a 1936 CZJ Sonnar f1.5/5cm thanks to Brian S.
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    Show: Random Picture Thread!!!

    Auckland CBD
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    Juxtaposition

    Seen on a recent walk in my suburb. Go figure!!!
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    B&W: Words/No Words

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    Challenge! Post an image of yours related to the one above it!

    National Museum of Australia - Unposed shot of “A tête-à-tête with Augustus witnessed by Sophocles”. Exhibition - A History of the World in 100 Objects from the British Museum Camera - Panasonic LF1
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    Color: Words/No Words

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    Street Street photography (Image thread)

    I’m enjoying the linked thematic thread.
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    B&W: Words/No Words

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    It's been 10 good years but it's time to bid farewell.

    Bill, thanks for making ”Cameraderie” exactly that, “A great place for mates to share, enjoy and discuss all things photographic”. Onya Bill, take care and stay safe.
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    Dramatic B&W images

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    Leica Showcase Canon 50mm F1.8, later Black version.

    Just realised I postEd my Canon f1.8/85mm under the Canon 50mm f1.8 Leica Showcase. Mea Culpa and apologies to Brian S.
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