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    depends on if I knew I was going to be stranded or not. I usually carry a pentax k1000 when I'm out and about loaded with FP4+ to be processed as slides. I'd have that if I was suddenly stranded.

    If I was going in to exile, I'd probably want to take a 5x7 Shen Hao loaded with FP4+ or HP5+ (again, to be processed as slides and contact printed on to positive paper). I dont have the shen hao yet, but I'm saving up for one, so I'd like a little bit of notice before being shipped off so I can get some money together
    "I have captured the light and arrested its flight! The sun itself shall draw my pictures!"

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    The Minolta SRT-202, and 58mm 1.2, and Ektar 100, Sekonic L-398.
    And mailers so that the prints could be returned to my deserted location !!!


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    Any folder and a fridgefull of film,Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdjr1991 View Post
    pick a heavy camera. That way if you run out of film you could kill with it. Bird vs camera.
    Who will win!
    This is why I'd want my Pentax 6x7 along. (The Nikon D60 would lose vs. most small game.)

    I'm reminded of Tom Tancredo's (former Congressman and Presidential candidate) answer to this during a primary debate:

    Q: If you were stuck on an island, what would be the one thing you'd want to have with you?

    A: A boat.
    Pentax: 6x7 MLU
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    Quote Originally Posted by cfclark View Post
    This is why I'd want my Pentax 6x7 along. (The Nikon D60 would lose vs. most small game.)

    I'm reminded of Tom Tancredo's (former Congressman and Presidential candidate) answer to this during a primary debate:

    Q: If you were stuck on an island, what would be the one thing you'd want to have with you?

    A: A boat.
    nice!

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    My very recently serviced Mamiya C330F, a western Euro-master because it needs no batteries, and loads of 120. Fuji Reala
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    Quote Originally Posted by borisdeswan View Post
    if I were to be exiled to the mythical deserted island....
    You mistake would be that you to a day tour on the "S. S. Minnow"!
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    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

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    It would have to be my M2 and Canon LTM 50mm f/1.4, no batteries required and a lens that is soft and smooth wide open but sharpens up when stopped down a little, lots of 'character' to play with. As for film, that is more difficult I have just about used all of my stash of APX100 and have not yet settled on a new 'standard' film. Perhaps FP4 or Neopan 100, and developer would be Xtol, lots of dilutions, times and speeds / contrasts to play with.
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    Canham 8x10, Cooke Triple convertible, HP5+, and my Sekonic L608 light meter.
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    Haven't used enough MF cameras to make an informed jugement. Out of the ones I've used, RZ67 with the 110 and WLF. I'd love to try a Hassy 203FE with the 110 f/2 to compare though, at probably 10 times the price.

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