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Mark Rabiner wrote: > ... > > I though and I'm sure many of us have had. But on the other hand: > How would it look if it is perceived that Leica is needing to scramble > to respond to a perceived G2 threat? > And Does it? > Could Leica effeicently make a better G2 than the G2 and what if they > right off the bat didn't? > Does the world need another G2? The G2 is pretty good why another > autofocus interchangeable lens camera? > Having both systems you are in the enviable posissioin of knowing which > system you like to shoot with. If the G2 is winning you over more power > to ya. > My Nikon SB23 Flash is on my M6 now. It is the most compact flash I > have. If I put it on my 8008 which doesn't get much use I can also shoot > in total darkness. And that was the first thing I did when I got that > setup. Turn off all the lights in the house and went around doing > telekinetic photography talk about going with the Force! The thought of > a lazorbeam thing shooting out to focus my camera and so on was very > exciting to me for a short while. I shot a roll with a model in total > darkness. But then the novelty ended. And that was a few years back. > If I was shooting these low light hard to see things you describe I > would want a Noct. Or a 35 1.4 but I don't have either or a G2 so I > can't speak from experience. > I'm very happy with my Zeiss T* lenes on my 'Blad but on the G2 they are > said to be very good but less then great and I'm used to great. > Sorry to insult your glass. > Mark Rabiner Mark, Have one more for the road.