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    Would you buy an F4 if you only use MF lenses?

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    Fm2n on the way thanks again guys.
    Terrific! Enjoy!
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    *Sigh* just not my luck of the draw with KEH lately, don't know what's going on. First my 105 and now the FM2n.

    Seems to work just fine, but there's a nice fat dent in the prism which wasn't described in the listing. I guess as long as it works...

    Boy I sure got spoiled by the film advance on the F3 though, the FM2 is nowhere near as smooth. BTW mine came with the Titanium shutter blades, anything to worry about?
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    Buy whatewer yuo need. Think of the images yuo will get whith that camera.
    Yuo people here act the same as the mass in digitalfoto. Yuo discus cameras and what used cameras to buy next. No better than to discus the latest dslr.
    Just my thinking dont take it personal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksa66 View Post
    Buy whatewer yuo need. Think of the images yuo will get whith that camera.
    Yuo people here act the same as the mass in digitalfoto. Yuo discus cameras and what used cameras to buy next. No better than to discus the latest dslr.
    Just my thinking dont take it personal.
    Comparing two quite different, older and discontinued, cameras, (one auto-focus and the top of the line professional, while the other manual-focus and fully-manual in operations), and with quite different feel, weight and features is nothing like discussing one DSLR to the immediate next generation one with minor updates.
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    The only camera I have sold and regretted to this day. When money is available I will replace it.
    “Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed. This world in arms is not spending money alone. It is spending the sweat of its laborers, the genius of its scientists, the hopes of its children. This is not a way of life at all in any true sense. Under the clouds of war, it is humanity hanging on a cross of iron.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by one90guy View Post
    The only camera I have sold and regretted to this day. When money is available I will replace it.
    Which one? The F4?

    I'd still like to try one out someday to see how it handles, but I went out to do some shooting with the FM2 today and it handled just fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ksa66 View Post
    Buy whatewer yuo need. Think of the images yuo will get whith that camera.
    Yuo people here act the same as the mass in digitalfoto. Yuo discus cameras and what used cameras to buy next. No better than to discus the latest dslr.
    Just my thinking dont take it personal.
    Depends on whether you think that's a good thing or a bad thing . . .

    Perhaps you didn't notice the forum we are in . . .

    Forum: 35mm Cameras and Accessories
    A discussion forum for 35mm format camera equipment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksa66 View Post
    Buy whatewer yuo need. Think of the images yuo will get whith that camera.
    Yuo people here act the same as the mass in digitalfoto. Yuo discus cameras and what used cameras to buy next. No better than to discus the latest dslr.
    Just my thinking dont take it personal.
    Do yuo talk like dis or need to use a spell checker. Just curious, don't take it personal.
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    Just as an update, KEH came through and got me set up with another FM2n, a few years older than the previous one, and still with a couple dings here and there, but overall it works just fine. It handles nicely along with my F3 though it is a tad small in my big mitts. So far so good though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by agphotography View Post
    Hmm ok so of I go the f4 route I won't bother trying to adapt an F3 screen.

    Separate question: 55mm f/2.8 AIS, worthwhile?


    ;-P Yes.

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