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Am 26. November (Samstag) ist von 10:00 bis 16:00 Uhr "Info-Tag" bei Foto Walter in Tübingen. Falls Interesse besteht, treffen wir uns um 14:00 Uhr in der Leica-Boutique Tübingen (also bei Foto Walter), um uns von einem Mitarbeiter aus dem Hause Leica über die neuesten Leica-Produkte informieren zu lassen. Außerdem wird diesmal die Firma Hasselblad mit der neuen X1D beim Info-Tag vertreten sein. Nach dem feierlichen Prozedere folgt wie immer der gemütliche Teil: Falls das Geld nicht vollständig im Fotoladen ausgegeben wurde, gehen wir gemeinsam zwei Häuser weiter ins Wirtshaus “Casino am Neckar” zum Kaffeetrinken.

Wann und wo? Samstag, 26. November 2016, 14:00 Uhr
Foto Walter, Friedrichstraße 15, 72072 Tübingen

(Foto Walter bei Google Maps.)

 

 

 

 

 

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da ich die hasselblad in natura noch nicht gesehen habe, freue ich mich vor allem auf die

Wird dir hoffentlich nicht so gut gefallen wie die LEICA SL.

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Wird dir hoffentlich nicht so gut gefallen wie die LEICA SL.

 

ich nehme bislang eher an, dass sie mir besser gefallen wird als die digitale sl ...

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