(I know, I know. Having a bit too much fun with that troll-ish thread title. Anyway..) I'm really digging fixed lens rangefinders these days (and, digging shooting film), and I thought I'd share a couple photos of recent acquisitions. Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) Check out how tiny that Olympus XA is! That's actually my main motivation for posting: I was thoroughly surprised at how tiny it is when I received it. I fully expected it to be 25-30% larger in every dimension. It's actually about the same size as my wife's EPL-3, and that's before mounting a lens! Nuts. The Konica Hexar is also pretty compact, and is a superlative performer. Notably, the AF is really impressive; a little slow compared to the modern m43 lenses, but sure-footed in every situation, including downright darkness. All of these setups sport 35mm or equivalent lenses, and that's no accident; I'm really enamored with that focal length right now. (There's actually also a Minolta XG-M and Rokkor-X 35mm f2.8 sitting over here, too.) Anyone else shooting fixed-lens rangefinders these days? (Oh, and if you are, what lab do you use for push-processing color negative film?) Shooting film is definitely stealing my attention and time away from shooting my m43 gear. I know it's just a phase, though. Oh, and I have no intention of ditching my m4/3 gear for full frame digital—no way. Not hating or flaming, just saying.