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    Iīve found cast iron frying pans can be very useful when smashing things is on the menu, or at least my wife has. Now I buy cameras that look reasonably alike so that she canīt tell how many I have. I have the Kowa Super 66, once called the poor manīs Hassy, could be I could sneak in a 500 series under the radar.

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    That is great!

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    I just tell my wife, "That's what happens when I put two of these in a dark corner together. It's nature!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezzie View Post
    Iīve found cast iron frying pans can be very useful when smashing things is on the menu, or at least my wife has. Now I buy cameras that look reasonably alike so that she canīt tell how many I have. I have the Kowa Super 66, once called the poor manīs Hassy, could be I could sneak in a 500 series under the radar.

    Congratulations by the way
    Trust me. Women (if they are not into photography) can't tell one camera from another, even if it's a different format.

    Kowa's are fine cameras. Hasselblads are better and of course much more expensive especially when you start buying the Zeiss lenses.

    Shooting either camera you will end up taking the same photographs.

    Spend your money on film. That's always the best way to go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Gales View Post
    Trust me. Women (if they are not into photography) can't tell one camera from another, even if it's a different format.

    Kowa's are fine cameras. Hasselblads are better and of course much more expensive especially when you start buying the Zeiss lenses.

    Shooting either camera you will end up taking the same photographs.

    Spend your money on film. That's always the best way to go!
    I'm not trying to piss off women here. The same deal goes for men. If my wife buys new make-up, I can't tell it from the old. If she told me her new shoes were 5 years old, I wouldn't know the difference.

    We pay attention to what we are interested in.

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