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Congrats Charles and Katie
Katie, the nice thing about that lux is it won't talk back, but then again it won't make you breakfast either,
Can't wait for more shots from you both.
Trails are opening fast, leaves on the stems, apocalyptic thunder storms in the afternoons giving way to some very clear air in the evenings.
On this ride I took the zm18 and the 28cron, but mostly used the zm18, coded as 21/2.8 pre-asph.
How much diff between a 28 frame and an 18?
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I knew it was a lot, but wow.
It started out very nice
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Clouds coming in behind me. Within about 30 mins it was getting very dark, rain, thunder and lighting. I took shelter for a bit
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Famous local hot spring:
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Finally, once I was good and wet, it broke.
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all but #1 are zm18. Seems to like that 21/2.8 code At one point I also tested the flare. I won't be taking the hood anymore. Like the biogon, it's really good into the sun.
Obviously some crops, but the widths are all original, except the black trees. The zeiss is so sharp it handles the crops great. I left my frankenfinder at home, so framing was not an exact science
If anyone wonders what the zm18 can really do, click on the file names. If you add "sizes" to that web address, you can choose the original. Very, very impressive. It's a tight race UWA between this one and the SEM 21.