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    Quote Originally Posted by lxdude View Post
    Oh yes, he does! He says Nick-on, when everyone (who's Japanese) knows it's Nee-kone.

    Yeah well... Down hurr in redneck Texass, it's NYE-KON!!

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    He never uses a strap for anything. I don't see why this is such a huge deal. It doesn't seem like their plan was anything more than "let's go out for 20 min and shoot a roll."

    It's a fun little video that I got a good chuckle out of watching him attempt things like loading film and removing the darkslide....manual metering (aside: my iphone light meter almost always agrees with my handheld).

    But the real question....is the Pentax 67 better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    Wow, man. like The-Dude-on-the-Street's Hasselblad can turn Ilford FP4+ film into FujiColor Pro 400H!

    I gotta getme one ov dem!
    Well yeah, there were several dudes :P (but for future reference, the guy on the street is Kai and the other dude is Mark) I don't know why I interpreted the question to mean which film is Mark shooting in the studio, since we don't see any shots of his results. D'oh. o\

    Quote Originally Posted by heterolysis View Post
    He never uses a strap for anything.
    Well, he DOES use Canon straps for his Nikon cameras (sometimes) Seeing him load the film was particularly cringeworthy.

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    But the real question....is the Pentax 67 better?
    Heh. I was quite surprised when Mark mentioned he didn't service the camera since he got it 30 years ago. Well, I guess it doesn't leave the studio much, but still.

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    I can only imagine they think the Pentax 67 is better for use with strobes when mirror slap is irrelevant, due to the slightly larger surface area?
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    "The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera."— Dorothea Lange
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