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    Kodak 1a Autographic junior & 120 J&C 200 (yep still got some left)
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    Jim...again

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    This week .... nothing

    Next week, I'll be in Australia shooting a Toyo 45AII and a Nikon F6.
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    Next week will be using my Linhof Technikardan 45S and Toho Shimo FC-45X as well as my Mamiya 7 II and possibly a Leica R8, R7, or R4SP. Everything to be shot on Fujichrome Velvia (original) and Velvia 100.

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    Fuji GSW645S pro (velvia 50 220 roll) and holga (ilford pan F+ 120), and I guess I have some fuji 400 B&W film in my rolleiflex that I need to finish off. And uhh 5 holders full of 4x5 160VC that I've been meaning to shoot.
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    Yesterday, I pulled out my Nikonos II underwater camera to shoot photograph a birch tree turning fall colors that is growing out of an old car on the Snake River river bank in Idaho ("Detroit rip-wrap"). I wanted the image reflected in the river so I paddled my kayak about a mile to get in position. I forgot what color negative film I had loaded so I bracketed heavily. I just purchased a cheap Mamiya RB67 on e-bay. I look forward to using it but probably will not be carrying it in my kayak.

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    About every two weeks I roll in a differn't camera into the bag. Change is good, I think. But for some strange reason this week it's a Zorki 4 w/ Jupiter 3 f/1.5 5cm. There's just something about that blue viewfinder glass and that huge air bubble in the middle of the front element. Maybe this will be the camera that makes the front page.

    I doubt it.
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    Saturday I was shooting with a Kiev 4a and ran into a guy using a FED 2. Nice to see a kindred spirit, especially with most of the other cameras around being d***.

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    Hexar AF.
    "While you're out there smashing the state, don't forget to keep a smile on your lips and a song in your heart!"

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    Yesterday went out shooting aspen color with an early Nikon FM with Series E lenses (28mm, 36-74mm, 75-150mm) loaded with Kodak slide film dated 2003.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hypogimp View Post
    Yesterday, I pulled out my Nikonos II underwater camera
    Yesterday I went to the coast with my Kiev 60 & darn near turned it into an underwater camera when I found out the film counter had stopped working. But then common sense prevailed and I decided to keep it. Common sense is relative I guess bein' that I use a Kiev 60 in the first place:rolleyes:
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