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I noticed many other sections of the forum have a 'show your'  thread but there wasn't one in the T forum.. so as my first thread, I thought I'd start one.

 

Obviously the T is unique in design and therefore a stunning piece of kit, we all know what our Ts look like but we don't know what yours looks like or what adapted lenses you have on your cameras - got vintage glass or a massive zoom on your T? Then lets see that baby 

 

So show us your T TL or TL2 and a description of your lens/case/straps etc..  might help give people ideas on new lenses/accessories they can chase on that auction forum we all know.

 

I don't have an adapter for my Voigt Nokton yet - as soon as I get one  I'll add a new pic.

 

 

Leica T by mmanda withers, on Flickr

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It is indeed a great design the two zooms, 18-56 and 55-135 also work very well with the camera. I hope that will be so on the next camera said to be coming later in the year with a viewfinder added. That is what I am waiting for.

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It is indeed a great design the two zooms, 18-56 and 55-135 also work very well with the camera. I hope that will be so on the next camera said to be coming later in the year with a viewfinder added. That is what I am waiting for.

 

 I must say I'll be on the sidelines hoping that comes along too. In the meantime i picked up a cheap T to learn how to use and make sure I like the system

 

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Amanda; mine is bigger than yours!

 

Just to show you the versatility of this beautiful camera.

 

T + Angenieux 35-70 mm

 

 

 

T + Nikkor 17-55 mm 

 

 

But the Leica TL zooms are much smaller and well balanced with the camera! Although, not very fast glasses!

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Yes Louis but mine are older 

Happy pictures.

 

 

T with Summicron 5cm.f:2 and corresponding viewfinder

 

T with MS Optical 35 f:3.5 with corresponding viewfinder

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Amanda; mine is bigger than yours!

 

Just to show you the versatility of this beautiful camera.

 

 

 

Sorry my friend and everyone else, but for this weekend, mine is bigger! 

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Hahaha......

That reminds me of an ad in the 70s (when I was a baby

) for long cigarets that said : it's not how long you make it, but how you make it long. Lol

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Awesome guys!

 

Louis all of the above are bigger than mine!

But yours is cuter!

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Love that shot Rob with the lurking lenses in the background! I'm watching auctions for the 135 after your recommendation too

 

Works well with the lenses I have 28mm, 50, 90 + 135 all M glass and fitted with the adaptor of course. The 135 and the Macro (collapsible)  90mm lens being really great with the T series cameras.

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Works well with the lenses I have 28mm, 50, 90 + 135 all M glass and fitted with the adaptor of course. The 135 and the Macro (collapsible)  90mm lens being really great with the T series cameras.

 

I think my next one will be the 135 for the reach... I've got the 23mm and a 40mm Nokton.  So that'll have to do for now. I need to get using it.. shame the weather is sooo bad here tonight, i was going to go out and shoot some lights and stuff (I'm on night shift) but its there's an antarctic breeze blowing up to Melbourne brrrr 

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I think my next one will be the 135 for the reach... I've got the 23mm and a 40mm Nokton.  So that'll have to do for now. I need to get using it.. shame the weather is sooo bad here tonight, i was going to go out and shoot some lights and stuff (I'm on night shift) but its there's an antarctic breeze blowing up to Melbourne brrrr 

 

I could enjoy some "Antarctic breeze" just about now to alleviate the weather in my neighborhood.

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Amanda, nice set-up.

 

Beware...

your nylon strap is not installed right.

the strap must be pushed nearer the eyelets then secured by pushing as far the locking rubber ring.

 

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Amanda, nice set-up.

 

Beware...

your nylon strap is not installed right.

the strap must be pushed nearer the eyelets then secured by pushing as far the locking rubber ring.

 

Thanks they keep working their way back up the strap. I need to remove it.

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Amanda; mine is bigger than yours!

 

Just to show you the versatility of this beautiful camera.

 

T + Angenieux 35-70 mm

 

 

 

T + Nikkor 17-55 mm 

 

 

But the Leica TL zooms are much smaller and well balanced with the camera! Although, not very fast glasses!

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how did u install does straps? need some help to change the original rubber straps

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