Hi, Please tell me to shut up if you never want to hear of this camera again. I just got back a scan of a Fuji Pro 100 film that I put through my Hi-Matic 11. It is ridiculously good and evenly exposed. Rangefinder is spot on and bokeh is smooth. Examples to follow. One thing I am curious about - how does the CLC - Contrasting Light Compensation - work? In the Minolta SLRs it apparently used two CDS sensors in the prism but this camera has no prism and only a single little porthole through which the light meter "looks". Because it certainly does work. It does not even need light seals. I am feeling Christmas came early. This goes a long way to cheer me up after my Yashica Electro 35 was nicked.