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    Today I got three classics, a Konica IIIA, a Konica IIIM, and a Minolta Super A. Both Konicas came with the 50mm f/1.8 lens, the Minolta A has the 50mm f/2. A local shop got what looks like a 2005 Nikon SP for a good price, I will have to try to grab it in the morning before someone else does.

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    A 251xxxx serial Nikon F4s with SB-23 and remote cable. Pretty clean body. Even comes with the cap for the cable release socket on the back of the camera. Will be dropping my P type focusing screen into it when it arrives, then loading it up with the Velvia roll that was exorcised from the F5 before it got sold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Nikon_F View Post
    A 251xxxx serial Nikon F4s with SB-23 and remote cable. Pretty clean body. Even comes with the cap for the cable release socket on the back of the camera. Will be dropping my P type focusing screen into it when it arrives, then loading it up with the Velvia roll that was exorcised from the F5 before it got sold.
    -J
    Nice,
    I have a Nikon F5 and F4s for 10 years now but they both died at me. These are wonderful cameras, so I'm thinking of sending them to a repairman or get me an other one.
    It differs from time to time but I think I like the F4s best for its looks & use, but the F5 for its handling - the way it lays in my hands is nice
    "Have fun and catch that light beam!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheToadMen View Post
    I like the F4s best for its looks & use
    When I first saw an F4 I was surprised by its size. It's big enough to be a medium format camera!


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    Love my f4.....love the feel of film in general, hope film is around for a long time to come?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rtcjr View Post
    Love my f4.....love the feel of film in general, hope film is around for a long time to come?
    Yes it is. And if it isn't, a good fridge will be

    (I'm stocking Fuji Provia and Kodak Tri-X at least for now, Ilford later also if need be)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rtcjr View Post
    hope film is around for a long time to come?
    Is that a question or a statement?!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    Is that a question or a statement?!
    Steve.
    both: a rhetorical question.
    "Have fun and catch that light beam!"
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    My brother is serving a Christian mission somewhere in the Midwest; I recently found his N65, covered in dust in the furnace room.

    It's just an N65, he won't miss it when he gets home, right? Will Jesus tell on me?

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    You aren't stealing it, you're just keeping it working for him by giving the shutter some much-needed exercise.



 

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