I got my first set of photos taken with my Leica R4, 35mm Elmarit R and\n180mm APO-Telyt-R back from the lab today. Wow!\n\nUnfortunately I can't post any pictures - I did ask them to make me a low\nres CD of the roll for web use, but it being Xmas they just didn't have\nthe time at the lab.\n\nI used the camera and 35mm lens in a variety of lighting situations and\nwhilst the film was consumer grade Fuji Superia 200, I got the best\nresults in daylight. The low light shots seemed a little desaturated, but\nI think that has more to do with the lab being swamped than anything to do\nwith the camera equipment used.\n\nOn the whole images are very sharp, even those shot at wide apertures,\nplus the bokeh on both lenses is creamy and pleasing to the eye.\n\nUnfortunately some of the foam seal around the film window got stuck to\nthe roll of film when I took it out this morning, so I will have to get\nthat repaired. What remains is gooey and will probably come off next time\nI shoot a roll. I have read that this is a common issue with the R4. Would\nit be safe to shoot a roll with the foam off?\n\nI really like this little camera and I will take it with me whenever I go\nout in future. It's small, easy to use and the results are great. Now,\nwhat do I sell to get my next Leica lens, and what lens should that be???\nI have seen a 90mm (Summicron?) at a used equipment store recently, but it\nis hellishly expensive (close to US</body>,000).