Monthly Archives: January 2010
Nick Turpin summarizes his Street Photography experience using the Leica M9 in his latest blog post.
I am about to send my workhorse, the Leica M6, for a CLA to Fotomechanik Reinhardt in Hannover. The last CLA (clean lube adjust) is almost 8 years ago and i have the feeling that the exposure times are not as accurate as they used to be. The bottom cover is also a little loose, hopefully this can be fixed too.
I received two calendars today i produced using Apple’s iPhoto service. The quality is truly outstanding, i am more than happy. The Apple calendars are quite expensive (about 18 EURO each) but absolutely worth the money. BTW, at least if you order from Germany the calendars are print in Czech.
“Professional and amateur photographers have gathered in London’s Trafalgar Square to protest against terror stop and searches.” (story; photo by Michael Perrin, from the BBC’s website)
Saw a low priced Leica Motor in a shop window yesterday and couldn’t resist. Compared to the Leica winder it’s almost inaudible (but still louder than the Hexar). Not sure whether i will keep it or not.