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At 11:29 AM 1998-12-09 -0500, Sam Alexander wrote: > >I though the opposite! Especially in the case of the late M3's and >the M4's. My impression - from info accumulated over a period of time -was >that later M's started cost cutting in certain areas and were not as well >made. . . And that is simply the myth. The earlier cameras were designed for regular CLA's, the later ones were not. The engineering is simple. The mythology is more complex, and has to do with some need a lot of us seem to feel that 'they don't make them as well as they used to'. It isn't necessarily so, but, still, folks insist on believing in it. Marc email@example.com FAX: +540/343-7315 Cha robh bas fir gun ghras fir!