Yes, my third - and last! - Leica in a month. Now officially utterly skint, but I have three cameras I love, three "see me oot" cameras. The IIIG is the largest and last of the pre-M style, and it's rather gorgeous: The lens you see there is a cheapo Russian Industar 50mm, but when I got the camera CLA'd (cleaned, lubricated, and aligned - the rangefinder, that is) they gave me a great price on a 50mm Leica Summar 50mm f/2. Hamish sent me a Voigtlander 21mm f/4 wide-angle with its dedicated viewfinder: Not believing I would install the film correctly, I put in a film that was well out of date, fired off 36 exposures, took it to Jessops for a One-hour service, only to discover that I'd inadvertently put in a roll of E6 slide film. Doh! That has been sent off. So I tried again with a roll of Fuji Superia 400, which I also found in the back of a drawer. It's not a film I like, but would service as a test roll well enough. To my surprise, I did install it correctly (for those who don't know, this involves cutting the leader) and even more amazingly, managed to do a whole roll of exposures. As it was a hastily-done test roll, I didn't spend a lot of time composing the shots, but these are the best of the bunch. I'm delighted it all works well.