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Although the pro/ con discussion has been beaten to death in numerous forums, I feel obliged to urge my fellow Leicaists: 1. Use filters, use filters, use filters! 2. Better still: close hip bag properly 40 years of accident free photography passed by in an instant... M7 & Cron 50 V with Leica UV filter after full drop on asphalt. Body and lens elements seem to be miraculously undamaged (besides minor mark on retractable hood). Focusing is butter smooth and aperture clicks softly (lens and camera visited Wetzlar half a year ago for a full CLA). I still have to find a way to remove the filter, though, which seems cold-welded to the lens thread... Kind regards Mathias
what else can one do on a rainy sunday but cover the camera with a protectionate foil and look for something. Over a fence most of the ivy was cut down but a few twigs and branches left. It was very dark, so then normally I do several shots with different exposure. Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R-60mm on tripod. here I used an LED pocket lamp for illumination
these days it is snowing almost continuously. But then, preparing everthing for a wet adventure one can discover little surprises full of hope. Inspite of coldness and snow there is a big bush full of blossoms in our neighbourhood. These shots were being done as usual with my Canon 5DMKII mounted with Elmarit Macro 60 mm + APO Converter 2x
Last weekend there was much fog and the right weather to get some impressions of the strange forrest atmosphere. I am afraid the scaled down size is not showing as much details a it should but you can have a look. all with Canon 5D MKii and Elmarit R 60mm + APO Converter 2x