I finally got the old Leica IIIa with its 50mm Summitar F2.0 lens out to do some work with color film. The film used was Kodak 400UC and "processed" at the Wal-Mart "photo lab." Anyway, the subject matter is the main drag of another small Kansas town, and a one of the local scenery. Enjoy!!! BTW, the light was judged using both the "Sunny 16" method, and also with a Weston Master exposure meter. This round of pictures were taken to test the Summitar with color film, as well as to test out the accuracy of the recently acquired Weston Master. It sure does appear relatively accurate!!! Best part, it uses the odd aperture values of the Leitz Summitar lens.