Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2014/12/25

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Subject: [Leica] Repair job... on ME
From: boulanger.croissant at (Peter Klein)
Date: Thu, 25 Dec 2014 00:14:03 -0800
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Thanks, Kyle.  I did have a momentary fantasy of photographing my
operation--I thought of that photo B.D. took of an extremely long needle
that was zeroing in on him.  But y'know, on second thought  I think I'll
just sleep through it.  :-)

On Wed, Dec 24, 2014 at 10:39 AM, Kyle Cassidy On The LUG <
leicaslacker at> wrote:

> Peter -- this presents some interesting challenges and possibly excuses to
> buy new equipment!
> The obvious thought might be that a visoflex is needed to properly
> photograph your own surgery but I suspect closeups won't be terribly
> interesting. I think with an ultra wide -- perhaps the 21mm biogon -- a
> lightweight monopod and the self timer you could get some more interesting
> shots from above that include both you and the medical team.
> (Be careful not to drop the camera if you swoon from the anesthesia.)
> The clincher I think will be finding or having made a leica M to
> laparoscopic fiber-optic mount for the action shots.
> Good luck with this photographic challenge!
> I wish you a painless procedure and a speedy recovery as well!!
> Kyle
> Sent from my iPhone plz excuse the typoss keyb0ard is reaLly small.
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