Nice ones, William. I wish I had an old silo to convert into an observatory.
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Good to "see" you again, William. We'll all have to get reacquainted. I've been considering an M240 myself, but have other options to consider. I like the blue covering you chose for yours.
Yeah, dunno PF. On my phone, the image now shows as under someone named "Jack". As in, Jack's photo. On my computer it's still mine. Not sure if I suspect it got hijacked or if my phone app is wonky. I have the negative, so whatever, but that might have something to do with the missing photo on the...
- Sun Aug 29, 2021 10:50 pm
- Forum: Off-Topic Chatter — 'Sound Off' Here
- Topic: Farewell to Les Gediman
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Les and Claudia were two fine people. My regret is never to have met them in person, but I have a couple of recipes from Claudia, and the photo knowledge that I was able to glean from Les to remember them by. He's the reason I eventually got a Barnack body Leica, and the Summitar lens. Farewell, Les...
I highly recommend everyone seeing the whole series on FLickr, they are wonderful. Reminds me of my short time spent in Weymouth, and along the Portland Bill, Graham.
For some reason, Scott, your first photo doesn't show up in this post anymore, but the title link is still there so I clicked on that to see the image. Don't know why I didn't see it on Flickr at the time, but I'll be going through my feed sometimes and the images displayed will change after I've lo...
- Sun Aug 08, 2021 5:55 pm
- Forum: Technical Central
- Topic: M42 mount variations
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Sorry for getting back to this so late, Graham, but you have it figured out. It didn't take long before the nice folks at Zenit realized what a mess they created by recycling the LTM thread for an SLR mount.