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  1. Hi dear colleagues, some time ago I asked what analog camera you would recommend for pro-use. I got a lot of helpful tips here and finally got a beautiful M7. Now I have shot my first full day wedding coverage with it. Tools: Leica M7 (MP viewfinder) with 35 Summicron IV and Artisan 50/1.1. Ilford HP5 pushed to 1600. (colorimages on Canon AE with 50/1.4 - so just ignore them) The film was developed in my guest-bathroom (na, now more a little foto-lab) Over the time of 13 hours I shot 14 rolls of films with the Leica and delivered 400 images. I am in love with this incredible camera and could not wish for any better tool to make my job (0: here you can see the images: https://just-schmidt.com/analog-wedding-photography/ I have been shooting weddings with the M9 and M240 for 2 years now, so the transition was nearly a piece of cake. Even the flash work went very well after I trained a bit at home and learned to remember some settings, even for off-camera-use. So I could extrapolate on the fly, depending on circumstances and distance. Now I am probably going to get a M3 to take my 50, so that I do not need to change lenses. have fun shooting, heiko
  2. darmodej

    M7 0.72

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    Beautiful, fully functional and well maintained M7. Original box, leather half case, strap, cap. I'd sell in Europe, preferably by IBAN payment.

    1,700.00 EUR

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  8. Manama, Bahrain - Leica M7
  9. I was able to put a few rolls of CineStill film through my new (to me) M7 last weekend. If you haven't tried CineStill, you should give a shot! It's Hollywood movie stock that has been re-purposed for 35mm stills and normal C-41 processing. It comes in 800T (low light Tunsgten balanced) and 50D (bright Daylight). It's a really nice alternative to "regular" film. Forgiving and super easy to scan without a lot of fiddling around in post. There are some color casts for sure, but that's all part of the look. And the 800T has no anti-halation layer, so highlights get beautifully soft! Love it. All taken with the M7 0.85 + VM 50/1.5. "Scanned" with an A7ii + Tamron SP 90mm and lightbox. 800T - Very "Arty" color, and nice grain. 50D - Reminds me of Portra 160, but less grain, sharper and a little more "pop".
  10. Unterwegs bei schönem Wetter in der Eifel. M7 + sumicron50 + Kodak Portra160. Belichtet wie 100ASA, scan von Meinfilmlab. Bild wurde von mir verkleinert, wahrscheinlich sehr stümperhaft.
  11. The following picture was taken by a short trip to monschau, germany with my m7 and the new 28 elmarit. I love this lense! Dev&Scan MeinFilmLab
  12. Taken on the streets of Southampton last week using a Leica M7 with 35mm Summarit f2.5 and Fuji Neopan 400CN. Gerry
  13. It just shows how slowly I have been working because of what has happened, but this was on the latest roll of film back from the lab. Taken using my M7 and Fuji neopan 400CN film. Out of the box maybe for me, but I hope you like it: Gerry
  14. So, as you do, I was still on the quest for a perfect day bag for my 2 cameras: The Q and and M7. I have neoprene protectors, but was only taking one or the other out with me at a time and sometimes I still wanted something to put them into (one or both) when not shooting. I want to take both, but am very fussy about the amount I carry. Confused, yup! I had the Domke F803 but found the lack of padding and the width of the inserts all wrong for the Q and also got sick of adjusting the strap and the bag just generally getting in the way. I couldn't see a review for this one on the forum when I came across it, so here is the bag: http://www.artisan-n-artist.com/product_detail.php?id=271 This bag doesn't seem to have made much of an impact as I couldn't find any reviews or references to it but I think it has really slipped through the cracks of perfect bags for camera weight weenies. I didn't want to pay the new price ($240, I'm also a tightwad)) and found only one on that auction site for sale anywhere and at a very reasonable price. Adjustable shoulder strap (like the AnA one I have on the Q but wider and more robust) and just the perfect size, great padding and quite unobtrusive. Also it's left/right adjustable so you can have the bag on one side out of the way and the camera on the other and still room for another camera, lens, tablet, filters and spare batteries. If you have small lenses and want to travel light for the day and compact I think this is perfect! (nb. I have no affiliation with Artisan and Artist, but defo would if they gave me free stuff to review ) I think I've finally found the perfect day bag. I shall now have a day of rest.
  15. Hallo, folgendes Problem: meine M7 erkennt fälschlicherweise die Beschriftung vom Adox CSM 20 II als ISO-Code 3200 (obwohl der Film nicht kodiert ist). Manuelles Einstellen auf den korrekten ISO-Wert bringt keine Veränderung, der Wert bleibt bei 3200. Der kamerainterne Belichtungsmesser kann daher nicht verwendet werden. Der Vergleich mit einer anderen M7 eines Forum-Kollegen brachte das gleiche Resultat. Was also tun? Die Beschriftung der Filmdose entfernen und abkleben (Adox verwendet mit 100-ISO kodierte Dosen)? Beste Grüsse Jakob
  16. M7, Kodak Color 200, Summicron 50
  17. M7, Summicron 50, Cinestill 50 iso
  18. Hi, I'm a newbie (to Leicas and this forum) from Scotland. In the last 6 months I've traded-in all my Canon DSLR gear for a M7 and 50mm Summicron, and just last week I've picked up a M3. Apart from being a bit dirty inside, which I wasn't expecting seeing as I'd bought it from an authorised Leica dealer, it is in great condition with no obvious issues with patch alignment, shutter speeds etc. I put my Summicron on it today and noticed that the patches don't move through the full range of lens focusing distances; the infinity end seems ok but at the close focusing end the patches won't focus any closer than approx 3 or 4 feet i.e. as I move the focus ring past 4 feet towards the closest setting the patches stop moving. On my M7 the patches cover the full focusing range of the lens. As I said I'm a newbie to Leica and rangefinder cameras in general so just wanted to ask am I missing something obvious here or do I have an issue? Thanks in advance if anyone can help. Cheers, Liam.
  19. 'Alices Adventures in Wonderland' based on the wonderful children's books by Lewis Carroll (Taken in Southampton, England), this was taken on a Leica M7 with 35mm Summarit lens. Film was Fuji Neopan 400CN commercially processed and scanned using Silverfast. Gerry
  20. On my lunchtime walks I frequently stop and chat with Mike. He has been selling "Real Change", the Seattle Homeless newspaper on the same corner for 16 years. M7 w/50mm Summicron on Ilford FP4+ developed in HC110B
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    From the album: Venice with Leica M7

    © abboretti Massimiliano ©

  22. A new small project: Kodak 5222 Double-X in my M7. http://motion.kodak.com/motion/uploadedFiles/Kodak/motion/Products/Camera_Films/BW_Negative/Technical_Data/5222_ti0299.pdf Kodak 5222: Daylight: iso 250 Tungsten light: iso 200 Finer grain compared with Tri-X 400 Higher resolution then Tri-X 400 Available in 122m/400ft or S/E. The coming week I will play around a bit with this (cine) film.
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