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    Camera Portraits!

    Ok, since we are in the business of exhbitionism with everybody (myself included) exhbitting themselves online, what about a photo of your favourite picture making tool?
    Come on, I am sure people would love to see your 50x70 inch Super Ultra Large Format monster or your 60 year old special edition rangefinder you found in a forgotten part of the world and bought for a t-shirt.
    Everybody anway has atleast one photo of or with the camera! And you don't need a second one to take the picture as long as you are aware of the invention of mirrors or the existance of shiny reflective surfaces!

    I'll go first.
    (Always proud of my shiny year old Hassy)
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    You've seen my avatar?

    Linhof Technika III 13x18, with Xenar 300mm/f:4.5

    Here it is, a little larger:
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    Sorry all, my equipment is all old, much used, and already well known by any standards. Well, except possibly the Koni Omega Rapid, which may be my favoite for technically well-done negatives, but may not be familiar to many younger photographers.
    I love the smell of fixer in the morning. It smells like...creativity!
    Truly, dr bob.

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    How about the big one scolding the little one?

    [COLOR=SlateGray]"You can't depend on your eyes if your imagination is out of focus." -Mark Twain[/COLOR]

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    Dr Bob, that's no excuse! I am sure you can come up with an interesting photograph! I would like to post one with my "bought by my father in 1967 in Ethiopia" Nikon F but its under repair at the moment.
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    How is this?

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    my my my korona

    A couple of photos I've saved from Ebay when I purchased my 8x10 Korona.

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    Four Voigtlanders from left to right: Bessa II/Color-Heliar; Superb/Heliar; Perkeo II/Color-Skopar; Vitessa-L/Ultron. The Bessa II is the one that's currently loaded with Tri-X in my briefcase. I'm about halfway through my last roll of Kodachrome 25 in the Vitessa-L.
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    I've never heard of the Superb. Does it take 120 film?

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    The Superb takes 120. I saw one for sale at B&H recently, but it had a Skopar instead of a Heliar. The Superb is the first parallax correcting TLR. The whole mirror/screen/viewing lens assembly tilts as you focus. It also has a bubble level in the finder, and the shutter speed, focus distance, and aperture are all visible from the top of the camera. Film winds horizontally by a ratcheting lever, and there is a frame counter, but no auto-stop mechanism.
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