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    Arca Swiss F-Line Metric 5x4, although my Tachi is quite suitable for what I do now.

    Already have my dream 35mm system - Nikon F5.
    Graeme Hird
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    Failure is NOT an option! It comes bundled with your software ....

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    ... a camera that dreams, talks, and shoots like I do, so I can take a long nap in the afternoon.

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    zorki 1 - small , compact, with great lenses. can do anything that other cameras can if you know to use it.


    (also i would like to have some camera used in wwii- i like that feeling that someone in war was running around with camera and shooting and that i have it after him. )

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    Your Dream Camera

    Some interesting replies here folks! I have to agree with RichSBV though, the Minolta XK is a supreme camera (i'm a bit of a Minolta nut) and could only be improved with the addition of the 135mm (2)/85mm (2) or the 35mm (1.8) MD Rokkor.
    Nostalgically though I reckon i'd like to get my hands on a mint Yashica FR1 with a collection of fine ML lenses (perhaps when i've finished my Minolta collection to my satisfaction)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nzeeman
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    (also i would like to have some camera used in wwii- i like that feeling that someone in war was running around with camera and shooting and that i have it after him. )
    Sexist, it could be a female you know. Look here
    http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/wcf/wcf0001.html

    Regards Søren

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soeren
    Sexist, it could be a female you know. Look here
    http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/wcf/wcf0001.html

    Regards Søren

    i would like to apologize to all women here.

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    An OM4-Ti and/or Pentax 67II with a shutter priority mode.

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    Hmm... dream camera(s) Nikon FM3a with lenses... maybe a Hassie... but for now I'm perfectly happy with my OM-1n MD and Isolette I.


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    Anáil nathrach, ortha bháis is beatha, do chéal déanaimh.

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    I bought most of my dream cameras, except for one of two, and their all for sale. The next one I want to buy and probably sell is the Arca F.

    What I really want is a handheld meter with multiple averaging spot points, central frame averaging and matrix metering. If they can put it in a camera, they can put it in a handheld meter.

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    Some of my dreamcameras ...

    35 mm: Pentax LX, Leica M6, Zeiss Ikon
    MF: Hasselblad 503cx, Hasselblad 905swc, Alpa 12swa
    LF: Sinar P2, Ebony 810

    -- MW

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