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    Probably my Nikon F FTn. With all its quirks, it just seems right.

    -J
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    Currently, the RB67 and 50mm lens. Seems that the newest format/field of view in the old camera closet piques my interest and vision.

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    Definitely my girl's Mamiya C330, though I tend to get more 'rowdy' with my Bronica ETRSi. Both waist and prism enjoyed equally on each.

    Actually, thinking it over once again my Zeiss Super Ikonta 530/2 is at the top of the pack!
    -dereck|james|gignac
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    The less electronics the better. My choice is the Rollei T.

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    Oddly, it's the feeling of a freshly unwrapped roll of 120 film in my hand that makes me feel creative. Never felt that way about a 35mm cassette or sheet film holder. I like to put it in my Hasselblad, Rollei TLR or Fuji 6x9. Makes no difference to me.

    Peter Gomena

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