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Leica M7, 50 Lux, "Chubasco" 100 Film (aka Ferrania:biggrin:)
 
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Great Set Steve !
Love the grain in most of them and the contrast.
#2 best for me, followed by #4. total art stuff both of them.
I see you let a homeless guy use your M9 in the last shot. :cool:
 
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Excellent series, Steve.
Good reading as I can see from #1, 3 and 4.
The camera held by that terrific guy in #9 is on my wish list.
 
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You have touched the light fantastic with this set. Just so good. Gritty and full of grain and shadow and light.
Nice cameras :biggrin:.

Gregory
 
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Interesting series Steve.
I'll Take "Interesting"! Thanks Art!:smile:
Great Set Steve !
Love the grain in most of them and the contrast.
#2 best for me, followed by #4. total art stuff both of them.
I see you let a homeless guy use your M9 in the last shot. :cool:
Thanks Floyd! The "Homeless Guy" in The Last Shot Is Actually Holding An M7!:wink::biggrin:
Most excellent. Great eye Steve!
Thank You!:smile:
Number 2, then number 4, are stupendous.

The rest rest are merely great!

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Peter, Your Comments Are Extremely Appreciated!
Excellent series, Steve.
Good reading as I can see from #1, 3 and 4.
The camera held by that terrific guy in #9 is on my wish list.
Thanks Ky! The M7 with the Winder Feels So Solid & Great In The Hand. You'd Love It!:smile:
You have touched the light fantastic with this set. Just so good. Gritty and full of grain and shadow and light.
Nice camera's :biggrin:.

Gregory

Must Be Some "Magic Dust" In That M7!:wink::biggrin: Thanks Greg!
 

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