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    Have been wanting a Yashica T4 Super ever since my t4 was stolen... I miss it. Keep getting outbid on ebay. If anyone has one to sell...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongo
    I just wish Fuji would import the Natura S into the US. 24mm f/1.9 in a point-and-shoot sure sounds like fun...
    I've just been given one today. A cute matte black thing to match my nail polish. I'm sure that it will be a lot of fun. Everything is in Japanese. I'm already familiar with Natura 1600 film and will use the Natura camera with that, and with EPJ pushed two.

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    PS my other compact is also cute and matte black, but made by M·A·C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongo
    I just wish Fuji would import the Natura S into the US. 24mm f/1.9 in a point-and-shoot sure sounds like fun. (I emailed Fuji...not a chance. Such is life.)
    Who needs Fuji USA when you've got Megaperls?

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvcameras
    If Nikon made an F85 I would still just get an F80 second hand, but That is one camera that if Olympus replaced with a new version (with AP, don't laugh loads of digi P&S cameras now have AP) I would buy it, new!


    Quote Originally Posted by Helen B
    I've just been given one today. A cute matte black thing to match my nail polish. I'm sure that it will be a lot of fun. Everything is in Japanese. I'm already familiar with Natura 1600 film and will use the Natura camera with that, and with EPJ pushed two.

    Best,
    Helen
    PS my other compact is also cute and matte black, but made by M·A·C.

    Fuji have made a compact with a 24mm F1.9 lens :o, WOW I have never even herd of a 24mm lens that wide before, is this enthusiast aimed? I would be more excited but 24mm is too wide for me.

    I have also never herd of Natura 1600, is it just rebranded Superia 1600?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flogger
    i also had a minolta slr which used 110 film, apparantly theres a company in holland who will load your fave 35 emulsion into 110 cartridges but i forgot their address.
    Actually you can do it yourself. www.subclub.org has lots of articles about it. The Minolta 110 is a fun little camera that costs around $25 on the bay of e.

    But yes, there are plenty of compact rangefinders that are tons of fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajuk
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    I have also never herd of Natura 1600, is it just rebranded Superia 1600?
    I don't think so. It seems to have lower graininess, higher speed and a different colour balance - a bit like the old Type G - somewhere between daylight and tungsten. I get it from Megaperls in Japan. The price, with shipping, is the same as Portra 800 or Pro 800Z from B&H. The Natura camera I was given was ordered on Monday evening New York time, despatched from Megaperls on Tuesday and delivered to New York on Thursday.

    Best,
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    Natura 1600 is a new film produced with "nano-stractured sigma grain technology"(that's what fuji says, I don't know what it means).
    There's new Natura wating.
    http://www.fujifilm.co.jp/press/img/nrj1439_l.jpg
    "NATURA CLASSICA" with 28-56mm f/2.8-5.4
    looks cool, doesn't it ?
    kunihiko kario

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    Quote Originally Posted by kunihiko
    http://www.fujifilm.co.jp/press/img/nrj1439_l.jpg
    "NATURA CLASSICA" with 28-56mm f/2.8-5.4
    looks cool, doesn't it ?
    Yes, but only the exception of the zoom. If that had just a plain fixed focal lens, I would probably buy it.

    I heard it's priced around 30,000 yen, and that's wonderful by the way.

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