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    Come now gentlemen, we all know size doesn't matter!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jjstafford
    must admitt that it,the picture, does look nice.
    Maybe I should get one of those minox cameras shape like a Leica. Then I'd have both covered.

    Micheal S- Titrisol? Double dog dare you!
    "Just because nobody complains doesn't mean all parachutes are perfect."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satinsnow
    I like the distance between me and the Grizz it offers! LOL
    Dave
    C'mon Dave, Be original. I don't think that I've ever seen a fisheye shot of a Grizzley Bear.
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satinsnow
    Well Nick,

    I just purchased a 800mm f/5.6, what a freaking Monster, takes great shots, but can be a pain to play with..of course it is the 35mm format for wildlife shooting, for some reason, as I get older, I like the distance between me and the Grizz it offers! LOL

    Dave
    I'm not going to ask how heavy that monster is. All I can say is you better hope the kids don't get bored with cow tipping

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Hall
    Dude, a tool is a tool. Use a hammer for a nail, not an adjustable wrench.

    Shooting different formats all have pros and cons. Use the right camera for the right subject/effect. (assuming one has many formats from which to choose)
    No--use LF for everything! My B&J press makes a great scuba camera! It's just changing the film holders that is a drag.

    Matt
    (who has much more 35mm gear than MF or LF)

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    LOL - you guys are too funny! Of course, you know those gents driving around in those HUGE, gas guzzling trucks... I've always kinda wondered what they were compensating for. <wink, wink> Is it possible that this same phenomenon is happening with cameras??

    But I will also admit to loving my Minolta X-700

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    Honestly, the only thing that's wrong with my Canon T-70 is the rectangular format. I like shooting square more, and I'm still thinking of ways to mask my canon into a 24x24mm. 6x6 is mainly why I moved up to medium format, the amazing quality (and waist level finder) just kept me there. I still shoot 24x36mm, but have a harder time composing in the rectangle. I guess it's just a matter of opinion.

    Anyway, If I ever move out of 35mm & MF, it will be for a half frame (24x24) or masked LF...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digidurst
    LOL - <wink, wink> Is it possible that this same phenomenon is happening with cameras??
    I don't know, but it takes them three legs (tripod) to do what we can do on two.:o
    "Just because nobody complains doesn't mean all parachutes are perfect."

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    Yes but 5 legs are better than 2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digidurst
    LOL - you guys are too funny! Of course, you know those gents driving around in those HUGE, gas guzzling trucks... I've always kinda wondered what they were compensating for. <wink, wink>
    Perhaps that is what this young lady is commenting on http://www.minox.org/mhs_contest/sug...in%20minox.jpg
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
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