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    Quote Originally Posted by jd callow View Post
    A reintroduction of the Kinematic (a 10 sheet graphmatic).
    I've got two Kinematics, but I'd rather see a 10-sheet Grafmatic (Grafmatics being less wonky in general than Kinematics).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sal Santamaura View Post
    You mean you wouldn't complain that it wasn't in a 25-sheet box?
    I would be elated beyond words IF Kodak actually started making the Kodachrome again in sheet in any size, packaging, etc, etal, ...

    But you're right - I'd have to complain about something just for general principles. Anything else would be sorely against my nature. I'm a whiney-butt and I admit it!
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    "Beer is proof that God wants us to be happy."

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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb View Post
    I've got two Kinematics, but I'd rather see a 10-sheet Grafmatic (Grafmatics being less wonky in general than Kinematics).
    True. Its the 10 sheets per that I want.

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    A new film camera. Of any kind. From any manufacturer.
    You know, just for the statement.
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    Better battery powered strobes, at lower cost. Ideally this would match low end monolights. I would even be happy with slightly long recycle times, as long as the output is strong and useful.

    A lower cost intro level Linhof rangefinder. Of course, I don't ever expect that, so I am designing my own, and already built one prototype. So with a little luck, maybe I can make the 2010 Photokina.

    Ciao!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Szabo View Post
    New Zeiss lenses for Canon EF and FD mounts.

    Since we're wishing, 8X10 Kodachrome in 10 sheet boxes.
    I agree with the Canon FD mounts, but I'm just dreaming again.

    Jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by HerrBremerhaven View Post
    A lower cost intro level Linhof rangefinder. Of course, I don't ever expect that, so I am designing my own, and already built one prototype. So with a little luck, maybe I can make the 2010 Photokina.
    Gordon Moat Photography
    You mean, like the wonderful Linhof 220? I loved that camera! It's only fault was the film advance, which was prone to breakage. Well, so was the handgrip, for that matter... but it was a great camera!

    My wish is for the return of both the Technika 70 and the Press 70. And while I'm dreaming, how about the camera and a set of three lenses, all for under $2,000??? :o
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    Nikon F7, 120 Kodachrome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Kubach View Post
    I agree with the Canon FD mounts, but I'm just dreaming again.

    Jeff
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    Quote Originally Posted by AutumnJazz View Post
    Nikon F7, 120 Kodachrome.
    How about a Nikon F7 which takes 120 Kodachrome?

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