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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingCamera View Post
    yes. Rolleiflex 2.8E Planar, Tri-X, Pyrocat-HD.
    Very nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
    Very nice.
    It's become my go-to combination. I'm just in love with the Rollei as a tool because it does what it does so very very well. After the 34 rolls of film in Paris, I've pretty well decided it is the perfect travel camera. Now if I could only find a Rolleiwide for a reasonable price…

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingCamera View Post
    It's become my go-to combination. I'm just in love with the Rollei as a tool because it does what it does so very very well. After the 34 rolls of film in Paris, I've pretty well decided it is the perfect travel camera. Now if I could only find a Rolleiwide for a reasonable price…
    Yep… I was just recently in Paris for a week. I'll just say, I wish I had taken only my lovely Rollei 3.5F - and only it - on that trip. Oh, well… next time!

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    Rollei 2.8E Planar, Ektar 100, hand-held, 15? 20? seconds @ f11-ish (I think).

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingCamera View Post


    Rollei 2.8E Planar, Ektar 100, hand-held, 15? 20? seconds @ f11-ish (I think).
    Now we're getting somewhere. Nice one!!
    This is gonna be a good MSA

    I think I'll make some pinhole images hand held for 40 seconds or so with my converted Gevabox (120 roll film, 6x9 cm negatives) ...
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    Well, wow again! This MSA is only 4 days old and we've got a handful of great entries already!

    Thanks Fly, for yours. I like the subway one especially.

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    Probably the oldest man-made transport - I am willing to bet people made some kind of vessels to cross water before agriculture and settled civilisations emerged.

    Paris, Seine
    (Pentax gear; Fuji Acros; developed in commercial lab; scanned with KM hard-&software)

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    Another entry! Thanks IGI.
    What are houseboats called in Paris?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sly View Post
    Another entry! Thanks IGI.
    What are houseboats called in Paris?
    Thank you for the welcoming message. Frankly, no idea what houseboats are called in French as I am neither a native speaker, nor, regrettably, am fluent in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sly View Post
    Another entry! Thanks IGI.
    What are houseboats called in Paris?
    single = le bateau-logement

    plural = les bateaux-logement
    "Have fun and catch that light beam!"
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