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Leica M gear For Sale

24/2.8  Aspherical w/ hood and finder…..$1,700
35/2.0 (Canada) w/ metal hood…..$500
90/2.0 Aspherical….$1,500

The equipment was heavily used, so it does show some wear. But it’s all in good working order and the glass is very clean – always used filters.

If interested send me a message here or at photo@hectoremanuel.com



by Hector Emanuel at 2005-11-28 20:02:55 UTC (ed. Mar 12 2008 ) Washington, DC , United States | Bookmark | | Report spam→

Hey Hector, it is me, the german with the Mamiya 7 you met in Tirana. Why do you sell your gear???



by Heinrich Voelkel | 06 Dec 2005 14:12 | Barcelona, Spain | | Report spam→

I also want to know why? Are you switching fully to figital or something?

by Davin Ellicson | 07 Dec 2005 12:12 | | Report spam→
digital sorry

by Davin Ellicson | 07 Dec 2005 12:12 | | Report spam→
yeah hector you some kinda digital pansy now? hunh? pansy, pansy, i smell a pansy!

by [former member] | 07 Dec 2005 16:12 | Washington d.c., United States | | Report spam→
I’m switching my leica m’s for a couple of 5D’s. I find that I’m now mostly shooting either meduim format (mamiya 6’s) or digital. So, my leicas are just sitting around collecting dust. The 5D’s are no leicas, but they are small enough for me and the files look very nice.
the Epson D1 seems like a good camera. But because I like to shoot w/ wide fast lenses i need a full frame sensor. With the Epson the 24/2.8 becomes a 36/2.8 and that just seems to slow for me.

I am keeping an m6 w/ a 35/1.4, but mainly just so that J stops calling me a pansy!

Good to hear from you Heinrich. I assume Barcelona still treating you well.



by Hector Emanuel | 07 Dec 2005 17:12 (ed. Dec 7 2005) | Washington, DC, United States | | Report spam→
Hey Hector,
Is this the same Leica gear you dropped in the ocean last week?

P.S. This message is private, right?

by Dennis Drenner | 20 Jan 2006 20:01 | Baltimore, Maryland, United States | | Report spam→
Uh, without wanting to get a little OT, but Davin may have coined one of the great words of this century. Figital What’s the real word fidget? I mean digital photographers have turned into people who fidget all the time. Have you ever (EVER) shot a day of digital and not chimped? It’s fidgeting. Backing up to hardrives, CDs, or DVDs? Fidgeting in a sense. Remember how relaxing it was at the end of a day shooting film? You could relax, get a cold beverage or six, go to dinner. Whatever. Now. No way. Back in the motel room fidgeting with your digital pictures. Davin—cheers to you for “figital”.

by John Robert Fulton Jr. | 21 Jan 2006 08:01 | Fort Worth, United States | | Report spam→
I am interesed in the m6 and the 35/2 are these still for sale? Can you email me pictures of them- linsmea@wku.edu thanks.-ed

by Edward Linsmier | 24 Jan 2006 16:01 | Bowling Green, KY, United States | | Report spam→

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Hector Emanuel, Photographer Hector Emanuel
Washington, Dc , United States
Heinrich Voelkel, Heinrich Voelkel
Berlin , Germany ( TXL )
Davin Ellicson, Photographer Davin Ellicson
New York , United States
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Freelance Photgrapher
Phnom Penh , Cambodia ( PNP )
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Indianapolis, In , United States
Edward Linsmier, Photojournalist Edward Linsmier
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