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    Quote Originally Posted by Simonh82 View Post
    Having said all of that, have you considered a MF rangefinder like the Mamiya 6 or 7, or Bronica RF645?
    I would hazard the guess that they are out of his price range. I mean, who wouldn't want a Mamiya 7?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorff View Post
    I would hazard the guess that they are out of his price range. I mean, who wouldn't want a Mamiya 7?
    I'd probably have two if I could.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkosaric View Post
    You listed only 4 cameras and you say too many ? Don't get me started ...
    That's what I thought. Only four?!!


    Steve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    That's what I thought. Only four?!!
    Steve.


    I have only four nikons (F, F3, F801s, F65), only 4 instant cameras (680 SLR, Macro 5 SLR, instax wide, instax mini), ... not even speaking about rangefinders, medium format, point and shoot...

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    Let us see

    Which camera models did I have, and got rid of? Hummm. Rolleiflex. Leica 3f. Leica M2r. Forty years after unloading my Rollei I have a "new" one, a f3.5 from the 1960s. I am not happy my M2r got away from me.
    By the way, I used the Rolleiflex and the Yashicamat professionally and both gave very sharp photos. While scanning both (the Rollei ones from the 1960s and the Yashicamat ones from the 1970s), I noticed both camera gave fine, sharp negatives but the Rollei negs were richer and deeper. But the Yashicamat is a first class camera. I have two of them, one with German lenses.

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    only keep what you need or love;in my case verything Nikon and Hasselblad.
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    I listed film cameras. I still have 1 digital camera and 5 pinhole cameras.

    But even if I had only these 4 camera I listed I still think it is too many camera.

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