There's a saying in the watch collecting community, " when you have one watch you always know what time it is, when you have more than one, you're never sure".
Originally Posted by MartinCrabtree
My F5 w/28-85 F3.5-4.5 Nikkor.
Originally Posted by baachitraka
OM-1n + Zuiko 35mm f/2.8
Are these your 'Sunday' cameras?
I'm selling the Hasselblad - which was my first analog camera, so it does have a little sentimental value. And also a DSLR, which I have no lenses for at this point anyhow - and as we all know, it doesn't really count. Yet, selling it means I have to put to rest any niggling ideas about doing jobs for the time being.
I'm keeping the Pentax 67 and riding off into the sunset.
'Cows are very fond of being photographed, and, unlike architecture, don't move.' - Oscar Wilde
Apart from my Werramatic, which has a 100,50 and 35mm lens, if you can find them,(i am lucky in that I have them all) every other camera I use, 35mm or 120, has fixed lenses, either 50mm for 35mm or 75 for 120, and I can't say it has ever been a problem, They are all getting on in years but deliver the goods, and you always have your feet if yo need a zoom.