Went shooting in Chinatown with my Leica M3 and a roll of Kentmere 400.
Yong tau fu stall at the basement of Chinatown market. I was attracted by the big ??? signage, looked so unreal in a Singapore market. The man at the left did not appear too happy with me taking a picture of his stall. After I was done, I just smiled and walked off quickly. Love how the shot generic valtrex vs brand name turned out, especially the lighting and shadow around the stall.
He knew I was watching him as I took a while to wait for the crowd to clear before taking the shot. When I finally lifted up my camera, he put on a really sweet smile. *nice*
Went through a roll of expired (2005) Kodak Professional BW400CN film on the Leica M3. The film came free with one of the earlier camera purchase on eBay. Have to say that I like cipla generic valtrex reviews this film very much, very fine grains and rich tones. Development was done at Fotohub and scanned at 16 base high res.
Well, clearly I want a M9, but surely I can't afford it. Probably I should consider a M8 or M8.2. But why should I spend so much for a digital camera? Afterall it's not going to last a lifetime, as of how a traditional Leica should.
So I'm back thinking of film. A MP will be nice is there a generic valtrex (still too expensive), M6 is at the very attractive price range of US$1.5K-$1.8K, but M7 is probably right at the sweet spot now, aperture priority auto exposure, TTL, around US$2.5K.
I "need" a black M7.
Then I need to think about the lens …