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Tough decision.  My next outing it will be and M3, 50mm DR, and Portra 400.  The next outing it will something else -- maybe.  Depends on what I plan to shoot.  

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1 hour ago, oldwino said:

I'd go for my M2 and Nikkor 35/1.8 LTM. 

Hello,

Would you mind sharing some images taken with this lens?

It is very hard to find one. I could not even find its price. From your message, I guess you like it a lot.

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As a one lens per camera guy, for me it’s either:

MP 0.58 with 28/2.8 ASPH V2 or

M2 with 35/2.8 Summaron. 

The BP M4 currently wears a 50 Summicron V5, but I may put my second 35/2.8 on that and call it done.  

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I had Oympus XA and it crapped out after one camera use.

I had Bessa R with 35 2.5 CV CS. It didn't crapped out but worn out like crap.

I used M4-2 with only 35 2.5 on it for few years. Have to bring it for service due to my fault once, then for worn out film advance and now it needs new curtains or else.

One camera, one lens was norm even twenty years ago. For light use. Our daughter is using EOS 300 which we purchased and used as only one camera, one lens from 1998 to 2007. She is using it at two rolls per year rate.

I also have my parents FED-2 which was my only camera, lens for decade or so.

Then I started to use it again it has dried curtains. And then I changed lens to 50 1.5, I burned another curtain by keeping 1.5 lens open.

Then I go out, travel I still prefer one camera, one lens. But now I could choose from. 

 

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I was reluctant to use one film M and only one lens,

but experiences said otherwise.

Nothing can compete this MDa + Super-Angulon 4/21 + a couple of 400 ISO films

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my easiest film experience

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