Last weekend I was stuck at Keat's Camera for almost an afternoon, the shop was packed with folks looking at new and old gear as well as photogs just hanging out. Had a chance to check out some stuff myself, chat with a few old and new photogs and then discovered Elephoto.
This weekend Raymond brought around an Elephoto to the hotel while stuck in KL. It's a teenie weenie Japanese made adapter to enable the use of Leica R-lenses with Canon EOS cameras. Thus all the R-lenses are brought back to life : 35/2.8, 90/2.8, 100/2.8, 135/2.8 and 180/2.8. They've been cooped up inside the drybox since 2004 and saw their last light of day in Spain back in the summer of 2003.
Aisya stressing a point, Canon 40D+R lens 35/2.8
Aisya, Canon 40D+R lens 35/2.8
Ali and Aisya, Canon 40D+R lens 35/2.8
With the efficacy of 2 systems (Canon and Leica) combined to one, there shouldn't be any further need for any new lenses anymore .... hmmmm except perhaps a superwide.