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>Thanks for your opinion. In fact I've never had flare with the M3, the first >thing I was surprised with the M6 was the flare. My M3 works well, but it >would be better do a restoring of the viewfinder (I think it's dieing) and >vulcanite, M6 with meter are more comfortable, and at least I have the >framelines of the 35mm. I can not very well understand a "top-notch lens", >you mind i.e. a Noctilux?, I'm happy with my actual M-lenses: 35/2, 50/2, >50/2,8, 90/2,8 (Ref. 11825), 135/3,4. Actually I use my Super-Angulon R >4/21mm (excellent lens!) with the R to M adapter on my M cameras, but is to >big and maybe I'll buy a second hand Elmarit 21 mm/2,8. Luis The 28mm f:2 ASPH is one.A true marvel. Of course the Noctilux is another one but has a rather limited use. The 90mm f:2 ASPH is another winner and the 21mm f:2.8 ASPH is another excellent and unsurpassed lens. Owning a M6 your money will have a better use on this kind lenses than on a new body who does not really add too much to the old one. Just my opinion. Regards Felix PS I have preferred to buy a M7 to the MP, keeping my M6, as flare was not disturbing me too much.