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Two M6s

nickdemarco
 
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Two M6s

Post Sat Mar 13, 2010 2:05 am


My new Mamiya 6 - which I feel may become my favourite camera (I have and love the Mamiya 7, but the slightly smaller size and format of the is appealing), with my other all time favourite film camera, the Leica M6 - taken with my current favourite digital camera - Panny GF1

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nickdemarco
 
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Re: Two M6s

Post Mon Mar 22, 2010 11:15 am


First photos taken with the Mam 6 - I like it very much

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Please take a look at the whole set here: http://www.pbase.com/nickdemarco/mamiya_6

And on flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7614897@N0 ... 608872248/

Comments very welcome

rhod123
 
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Re: Two M6s

Post Wed May 05, 2010 8:51 am


I am agree with M6s quality.It has wonderful film quality. I own a M6 0.72 classic, a M6 TTL 0.85 and a MP 0.72. I have only had the MP 2 months now. I have owned and used my M6 classic about 4 years. I do like a few things about my MP over my M6 classic, a direct comparison, and also over my M6 TTL.
I find the MP's viewfinder a bit brighter than both my M6 and M6 TTL (with the 0.85 finder). This makes it easier and faster for me to focus. I have experience the flaring in my M6s viewfinder with direct lighting. So far I have not observed any flaring with my MP.
I'm a left eyed shooter, so I find the shorter film advance lever of the MP easier to use. I also like its knurled tip compared to the plastic tip of my M6s. The MP's lever is easier for me to locate while looking at my subject compared to the M6s. I find the M6 levers lie flush with the hot shoe making it harder for me to extract it without looking.


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