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Only managed to go back about 3 pages and amazing shots as usual, will have to try and carve out time to go through more and not fall further behind.
Andy, glad to get a tour of this historic village through your photos! Ray, great images of the little ones! Scott, very nice rendering of the keys on the keyboard. Craig, wonderful moment, looks like quite a conversation going on! Ram, hope you are all settled down soon in the new place.
Good to see more interest in the 28 3.5 PC lens. Georg, fine images of that building! James, that aperture ring is indeed buttery smooth. But watch out, it can be locked using the second ring going one way while one can accidentally change the aperture towards the larger settings. I did that a few days ago and wondered why a shifted image came out very blurry, turned out the the ring got shifted to about f/4 instead of the f/8 I had set it originally. Well I just have to go back for another try to that building
And going back to film in Central Park using the S2 rangefinder, here's a couple.
10.5cm PC f2.5, Ultramax 400
CentralPark1 by maryland_photos, on Flickr
5cm 1.4 SC, Ektar 100
CentralParkFlowers by maryland_photos, on Flickr