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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    for sheer design and aesthetics ... it has to be the Bronica C:

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    I like that one too, and always find it amuzing that so many folks ask if it's a Hassy. Especially considering that I paid $5 for mine!
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    I think the Texas Pentax for sure. When you trip the shutter, you know you've started something. Mamiya tlr which I use runs a close second, and has unbelievable optics.

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    Autocord, and I have owned them all.

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    Pentax 6x7, because I own one, and it gets attention (the wooden handgrip is a nice added touch). But my own personal favorite in the would-love-to-have-it-for-the-looks department? Rolleiflex SL66. (Not that I can afford one, or if I could, would be able to justify it.)

    Folders are also neat to walk around with, and unfold theatrically--I have a Balda Baldax that makes quite an impression and is fun to shoot with (and is much less obtrusive than the Pentax).
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    Pass... what a stupid discussion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter View Post
    Pass... what a stupid discussion.
    And if you find it stupid, why exactly did you feel compelled to tell us that with a reply on page 10?

    I find lots of discussions online stupid. I don't jump into most of them saying so, though. I just figure other folks like talking about different things than I, and leave them to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
    And if you find it stupid, why exactly did you feel compelled to tell us that with a reply on page 10?

    I find lots of discussions online stupid. I don't jump into most of them saying so, though. I just figure other folks like talking about different things than I, and leave them to it.
    I guess I am feeling the last six or seven threads I have looked at on APUG have been so... mundane. Sorry to have offended you with my opinion. By Gawd I need a 'cool' camera.

    What is this, PhotoNet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter View Post
    I guess I am feeling the last six or seven threads I have looked at on APUG have been so... mundane. Sorry to have offended you with my opinion. By Gawd I need a 'cool' camera.

    What is this, PhotoNet?

    tim in san jose
    You didn't offend me, you just came across as pretty uptight. Been accused of that myself. There is an ignore thread feature but it's harder to find here than on some vBulletin forums I'm on (along with the #$%^ infuriating lack of the multiquote feature here.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
    You didn't offend me, you just came across as pretty uptight. Been accused of that myself. There is an ignore thread feature but it's harder to find here than on some vBulletin forums I'm on (along with the #$%^ infuriating lack of the multiquote feature here.)
    No harm, no foul. (or is it fowl?)... This is APUG. Perhaps I remember the days when a camera was a tool in the eyes of a serious photographer. A 'cool' camera? Givemeabreak. I shoot what works for me.
    1.) The only camera I have bought new 1985 Nikon FM2.
    2.) Mamiya rb67 Pro with about 7 lens, both waist and prism finders.
    3.) Borrowed Mamiya 645 (borrowed from my daughter whom I gave it to).
    4.) Mamiya C220 65mm lens.
    5.) Various 3x4 and 4x5 Speed and Crowns.
    6.) 3x4 Graplex
    7.) 8x10 Deardorff.

    Any 'cool' cameras in the lot?
    Where ever you are, there you be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter View Post
    No harm, no foul. (or is it fowl?)... This is APUG. Perhaps I remember the days when a camera was a tool in the eyes of a serious photographer. A 'cool' camera? Givemeabreak. I shoot what works for me.
    1.) The only camera I have bought new 1985 Nikon FM2.
    2.) Mamiya rb67 Pro with about 7 lens, both waist and prism finders.
    3.) Borrowed Mamiya 645 (borrowed from my daughter whom I gave it to).
    4.) Mamiya C220 65mm lens.
    5.) Various 3x4 and 4x5 Speed and Crowns.
    6.) 3x4 Graplex
    7.) 8x10 Deardorff.

    Any 'cool' cameras in the lot?
    No, but you felt compelled to list them.



 

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