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robw911

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    RLW 1

    General family-based photography
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    © Robert Whitehead

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    © Robert Whitehead

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    © Robert Whitehead

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    © Robert Whitehead

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    © Robert Whitehead

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    © Robert Whitehead

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    © Robert Whitehead

  9. I bought. My D2 from a German seller last week. It is immaculate and the shutter count is only 1216 of which I had added 200+ in that first week!
  10. I have noticed that most D2s seem to have arc shaped scratches near the strap lugs, which appear to be caused by the plastic connector covers scratching against the sides when the camera is being carried. Some of the non-OEM straps available have protectors in place to stop this but I note that the Leica straps (even for the M series) do not. Until my new strap arrives, I have found that a small circle of felt can be placed over the lug and the strap connected over the top to prevent such scratches. It doesn't look too bad (see attached) as a short term measure but more importantly it should prevent my camera body becoming scored like every other D2 seems to be. I hope that this helps someone.
  11. Thanks Guys - glad to hear that this is not a fault! I have not read about this issue previously which is surprising given all the talk of silent shooting. I am enjoying getting back to basics with the D2 and hope to post some pics soon. The challenge now is to see if I can live without my Nikon DSLR and sell my gear to finance a M8 or M9.... Robert..
  12. I have recently purchased a little used D2. It has had its sensor replaced. When turning on and off, or when it is exposed to bright lights, there is a quiet ticking or clicking noise to be heard, coming from the front of the camera. I cannot be more specific than that. Has anybody else had a similar issue and do you know what it is? thanks Robert
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