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    A Kodak 2D 5x7 with holders loaded with some Tri-X.

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    Nikon FM2n with 400TX film.

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    For work this week: Nikon F5AE with my 24-85mm f2.8-4 Nikkor Zoom and my Bronica EC-TL with either a 50/3.5 Nikkor or the 75/2.8 Nikkor.

    For play: Minolta SRT-102 (MLU) with Exakta lens adapter, 28mm f3.5 Angenieux Retrofocus Type R11, Zeiss Jena 58mm f2 Biotar and a righteous Rodenstock-Yronar 135mm f3.5. I did a test shoot with these lenses two weeks ago, but the Exakta Varex VX camera I shot with had multiple holes in the shutter curtain. The attachment shows one of those images, for those who are interested, taken with the surprisingly excellent Rodenstock 135mm lens.

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    Vivitar "Ultra Wide & slim" - a travelling camera. Small, slim, wide-angle, plastic - with a 22mm lens, I don't really understand why it's got a viewfinder.

    If I get any more time for shooting I'll be taking out a Speed Graphic and a couple of old brass lenses.
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    No brainer. I have a short business trip, limited luggage room - street shooting. Canon P rangefineer with 50/1.8. HP4 and Delta 400. Can't forget the small gossen meter. Size and great quality, lots of fun to shoot with. It's why I bought that specific set-up.
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    I'm breaking in my new-to-me and newly refinished Calumet C-1 8x10, but I have to use the 4x5 back because I don't have any 8x10 holders yet. I made my first two exposures yesterday through my Turner-Reich 12-21-28, one at 12 and the other at 28, which was a scary length to work at.

    Other than that, I'm using a Speed Graphic which bears a final patent date of 1913 and works perfectly, along with it's 127mm Ektar lens.

    Film is Ilford FP-4+, rated at 100 because that little overexposure works well in my D-76.

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    Bolex H8 cine camera with Fomapan R100
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    I've been prowling around at night lately with my Pentax K2 and 4 SMC lenses. Tmax100 for the reciprocity characteristics.

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    Pentax Auto 110 - luckily there are a few places downtown here that still sell Kodak & Fuji 110 film. Processing takes forever but beggars can't be choosers.

    Nikon FM - bought a well-used one off auctions for a song but have only put 2 films through it. Chucked a Nikkor 50/1.8 on it and some TMAX 100.

    Leica IIIf - can't keep my hands off it

    Been itching to take out a TLR and/or my Yashica Electro 35 GS again ...
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    Thanks to everyone who replied. I hope to see this thread continue.

    Very interesting replies about what is (and isn't) being enjoyed. I especially envy those of you who bring out the "big stuff".

    So far, only one TLR shooter. Thought they'd be more popular. In the past year I have gone out with a SEM, Rolleimagic, Mamiyaflex, and Flexo, among others in my collection.

    I seem to be the only selenium-cell shooter. I realize most of the meters are dead by now, but if you found a camera from this era that was safely stored in its case, many times the meter is still active. The selenium cell era was quite interesting.

    Loaded, but sitting on a shelf for a couple of months, is what I consider my sharpest street shooter, a Koni Rapid with 58mm. Just haven't had an opportunity to take it out.

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