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Leica M6 TTL x.58 Special Edition Black Paint Camera and Lenses
This Tasty little set up is my Leica M6 TTL x.58 Special Edition Black Paint with a 28mm Summicron ASPH f2 and 35mm Summilux ASPH f1.4 lenses. Most if not all of the photographs in my Portfolio sets were taken with this camera. I had another one for a while but I sold it recently to help pay for my 5D. Anyways, this set up is KILLER. Slap the lens and carrier on the bottom as seen in the next picture, toss a few rolls in your pocket and off you go. Before buying this one I had the classic black chrome M6. When I saw this Special Edition come out I HAD to have it. I'd always loved the look of the original black paint M4's but knew I could never have one. They were and still are WAY too expensive and have no meter built in. Old school Leica users swear by the previous non metered cameras. I however, do not. The thing that had me dorking out was the fact that of the 2000 Black Paints made, only 70 had the wider x.58 finder. being a sucker for rare/custom/sexy things I was suckered into buying not one, but two. I'm telling you though, there's nothing better than a shiny new Leica sitting in it's little bed it comes in. Okay, I'll stop now...
(july23) day 334 - oh, hello there...
so many cameras and lenses. i managed to snag a 28 - 135 for the rest of summer which will be sweet.
my kit lens is on some school camera.. so the deadl was that i get it back when i give the school lens back.
we figured out a rough ladder and decided things that needed to be in the book and stuff. lots of confusion.
and this is my dads old shirt that i found at my grandpas house that is pure sweetness. it says sieve, as you can see by the giant sieve on the shirt.
we took lots of pics of random things which i will post later. but there was too much just landscapeyness and naturey crap (haha) so i didnt take tooo many. i also tried out a fisheye for a while.
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