I was at the Franklin Conservatory last night, here in Columbus, for Cocktails night. Sometimes I bring my camera and take pictures of people attending. For a long time I have liked to take photos of others taking photos. Kind of a joke, I guess. Well last night there was a young man there with some big Canon rig, with what looked like a 70-200 lens attached. I had my 35 year old Leicaflex SL2 with 180mm Elmarit-R on it, shooting Fuji NPH 400. My rig was smaller, and lighter too, probably. http://www.summilux.net/r_system/SL2-bon-2.jpg http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_QomDizboK...Qp-beilAWRw/s400/26-ELMARIT-R-180-MM-F2.8.jpg I walked up to him and said "Let's take each others' pictures" and he agreed. So, we raised our cameras to our eyes. I focused and clicked. He was still doing something after at least another couple of seconds. Maybe trying to figure out which focus point to use or whatever. After he took his camera down I asked him "what took you so long?"; he just laughed.