A three-part discussion on Rangefinders between Michael Reichmann, Sean Reid of reidreviews.com and Mark Dubovoy. Shot on location in Ithaca, N.Y. in the Spring of 2013.
At an hour & twenty minutes, this wide-ranging discussion looks in detail at the Leica M240, the Fuji X-Pro1, focussing techniques, Window Viewfinders and Electronic Viewfinders, a comparison to DSLRs, the use of R lenses on an M Leica, the suitability of Rangefinders for new photographers, the cost of Leica and others, a recent history of Rangefinders since the advent of SLRs, Rangefinders use for ‘quiet’ or ‘stealth’ photography, a look at what’s new in the M240 over the M9, the shortcomings of the M240 – in the varied opinions of the three participants, Leica lenses, their ‘mystique’ and finally, the use of Leica M mount lenses on other cameras.
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