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    I have my dream camera in the 35mm world already. Nikon F6

    In the MF, I would like to get the Rollie 6008.

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    My first dream camera was a Nikon F3, which I eventually bought and loved. Next was a Canon F1, then an original black, eye-level Nikon F. Then I moved on to rangefinders, and I wanted a Barnack Leica. I got a IIIa, and enjoyed it very much. Of course this led to M lust, so I got an M4, and then a black-paint M4. Having heard how nice the viewfinder on the M3 was, I ended up getting one of them as well. Then I saw a black-paint Canon 7 with a 50/.095 lens, I couldn't resist it. Then the Rolleiflex bug bit me, and somehow i now have three Rolleiflex 2.8 cameras, as well as a couple 3.5 cameras. I still have all these cameras, and I avoid dreaming about any more cameras as I don't have enough time to shoot all of them.

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    Nikon 35mm Cameras for ergonomics and ease of use.
    Zeiss 80mm f2 MF lens for bokeh and contrast.

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    My dream camera is/would be something that's very easy to sell for fattest possible wad of money. Then I could buy a body or two and a couple of lenses that are missing in my photo bag and spend the rest on people I care about.
    Several imperfect cameras that together make a perfect kit is what I have now (minus a piece or two, maybe three... ok, four). There is no single camera that I think is better, more beautiful or closer to my heart than all others. No, I am lying, there's one. Ok, two. Yeah, make it three or four. About five.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matchat View Post
    I just got to wondering, if you could have your dream camera then what would it really be? We can all say "oh a Leica" off the top of our head or "oh a canon eos 1ds mk2" but is that really our dream camera or just a piece of expert marketing. I suppose I ought to say therefore 'which camera is the very essence of camera-hood? which one comes to mind when you hear the word "camera" and which one has a special place in your heart?'

    Hope this isn't a bit too theatrical :rolleyes: - Mat
    this reinds me of a joke a camera sales man told me once:
    a woman 9no sexism intended, comes into the store and sks fothe 'best' camera there is.that depends on you budget, he replies. we have nikon, leica canon hassrlblad.let me show you a few.aftr ta short presentation, she states with confidence no, i want the very'bestthere is.trust me, money is reallyno object.ok. he says, and pulls out a leica kit . no,no she impatientlyreplies. as i said.i want the best ther is. you know the one where you click the shutter and the picture comes out
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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphLambrecht View Post
    this reinds me of a joke a camera sales man told me once:
    a woman 9no sexism intended, comes into the store and sks fothe 'best' camera there is.that depends on you budget, he replies. we have nikon, leica canon hassrlblad.let me show you a few.aftr ta short presentation, she states with confidence no, i want the very'bestthere is.trust me, money is reallyno object.ok. he says, and pulls out a leica kit . no,no she impatientlyreplies. as i said.i want the best ther is. you know the one where you click the shutter and the picture comes out
    That's awesome.

    I hope the best for the Impossible Project.
    "Often moments come looking for us". - Robert Frank

    "Make good art!" - Neil Gaiman

    "...the heart and mind are the true lens of the camera". - Yousuf Karsh



 

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