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    Go for the expresso machine so that you know why you have camera shake.

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    You already have a camera. Get the Espresso maker, it is double purpose. You can drink the coffee or you can develop your film in it.
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
    =Neal W.=

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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi
    check out www.lauritz.com

    under the section "elektronik". there are several hasselblad's for almost nothing!
    you could find a nice espresso machine there also...

    (but why use hasselblad if you can get Rollei??)
    Mr. Gandolfi,
    you should be punished for recommending such a fine auction site! If I were modafoto, I'd get even more confused and end up with something completely different, maybe like a nice sidetable, a peasant sleigh or a late sixties lampshade! My eyes ache and yearn when I see the furniture (modern) department...ouch, when is that lottery coming???

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    I agree with medform-norm - but what caught my eye was the nice set of four TLR's...
    -- Ole Tjugen, Luddite Elitist
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    A camera will get you through times of no coffee better than coffee will get you through times of no camera!

    -Jeff

    (apologies to the fabulous furry freak brothers...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
    And if I can put in a plug for my favorite coffee, check out--

    www.molokaicoffee.com

    I recommend the Malulani Estate coffee, the Espresso Roast if you prefer a darker roast (more of a chocolatey flavor than the Malulani Estate, but both make a good espresso), and the Island Princess with Tahitian vanilla if you like flavored coffees.

    I don't particularly recommend the "Muleskinner" or "Gold" labels over the others, and haven't tried the decaf.

    The Malulani Estate coffee has gotten to be better than 100% Kona, in my opinion, but is about half the price. I just ordered another 5 lb.
    Hey David!
    Thanks for this link! My hubby is going into Hawaiian coffee withdrawal! I'll have to order some up.
    Jeanette
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    Buy an espresso machine from a photography supply company:

    http://www.versalab.com/server/coffee/m3.html

    John, the owner makes a great print washer and is the importer of the Split Grade from Heiland.

    (no connection, just thought it would be a funny post).

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    Quote Originally Posted by arigram
    Going out for coffee with that camera is better for your social life too.
    ONE GREAT POINT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arigram
    Going out for coffee with that camera is better for your social life too.
    I'll second that. Besides sitting at a café with a Hassy on the table could get you more models
    One year ago I got a Yashica TLR and not long ago I bought a Bronica. I never regretted that and my nikon don't see as much action as it used to.
    Cheers Søren

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    Get a short black camera - a "Minoxiatta".
    Graeme Hird
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    Failure is NOT an option! It comes bundled with your software ....

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