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Just wanted to announce the formation of the Barnack Users Group http://www.l-camera-forum.com/leica-forum/groups/barnack-users-group-bug.html

 

This is a user group for those actively using Leica Thread Mount ("Barnack") cameras. This group exists to celebrate and promote the practical use of Barnack cameras for everyday photography in the modern world.

 

Come and join!

 

Regards,

 

Bill

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cheers bill,

 

just joined, good initiative..after all you ar ethe guy that got me into the35mm 3,5 Elmar which has become one of my faves...

andy

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