Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2002/04/04

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Subject: Re: [Leica] M7 heaven! :-) UPDATE.
From: Henry Ting <>
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 17:28:21 -0800 (PST)

Thanks for the vote of confidence.
Now I got to get one.

- --- Ted Grant <> wrote:
> UPDATE : Exposure on first roll of B&W all AE!
> Normally when I use my M6's as soon as the two arrow
> heads go bright red, I
> shoot, no fooling around thinking about it. And yes
> sometimes there's a
> slight exposure variation, And I think quite normal
> under the circumstance
> of moving subjects.
> First roll through the M7 varying locations inside -
> out, low light at 1.4
> and sunlight. Every frame is right on the mark and
> better than I'd have done
> in the manual handling of using the M6.
> Camera up to eye, compose shoot!And of course a
> quick look at the shutter
> speed displayed in the viewfinder. Click! I'm very
> surprised at the
> consistency, I shouldn't be, after all it's a Leica
> and what I expect,
> accuracy.
> So it's a roll of slide film next, damn I don't
> usually go through this kind
> of stuff as the camera comes out of the box, gets
> loaded and into the fray
> of picture battle immediately. Not alone of course,
> but one of several used
> during the shoot. If by some 'orrible mishap the
> camera screws up, the shoot
> is covered through the other cameras.
> This one could have gone right at it without a
> thought. And as I mentioned
> the other day, even though exposures are right on
> the mark, that doesn't
> mean the picture content is! ;-)
> Another update later. Don't touch that dial. ;-)
> ted
> Ted Grant Photography Limited
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