My new Pentax
juanbuhler at gmail.com
Sun Sep 13 19:25:34 EDT 2020
Very nice! You also reminded me that I have the 24-35 as well, that seems
like a really nice lens for these bodies. I'll try that next.
Juan Buhler - http://www.juanbuhler.com <http://www.jbuhler.com>
On Sun, Sep 13, 2020 at 2:01 PM Bob Pdml <pdmlbw at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 13 Sep 2020, at 19:07, Juan Buhler <juanbuhler at gmail.com> wrote:
> > My first real camera was an ME super with the M50/1.7. It was the silver
> > model, just like probably 99%+ of them, at least thatś what the
> > of silver vs black ones seems to be.
> > I […]
> > So while I've moved to a Fuji X-T30 for my main photography (this is the
> > closest you can get in digital to the feel of an MX, btw!), today I am
> > going out with the ME-Super and a roll of Fujicolor 200. Plus the MX-1
> > to shoot some DNGs as well and keep it Pentax.
> > Just look at this beauty:
> > https://photos.app.goo.gl/dgkvs93HrFCpjkNP7
> Lovely - and I think you may be right about that Fuji!
> Here’s the MX I bought new in 1979, gave up smoking for a year to pay for
> it. I don’t have the 50/1.7 lens it came with - that was among a ton of
> stuff that was stolen in 2000. That’s the 40mm pancake lens. I also have a
> 24-35/3.5 Lens and a Winder MX. When I got the stuff out just now to take
> the picture the wonder started whirring at me, which was a surprise as I
> didn’t realise it had batteries in. I took them out - they are dated Mar
> 2002... now in the battery recycling jar. The strap is an LX strap, the
> tripod an original Marchioni.
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