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    I love collecting them. I love using them. I love the look and feel of them.

    I love the fact my husband has it worse than I do, so I don't have to try to sneak odd-shaped packages from strange addresses into the house. It makes life so much easier.

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    Yeah...I should let the boyfriend print with me when I do the 4x5's (that I'll no doubt absolutely love). I'm going to have to develop them in trays (which is going to be a slight pain in my butt, but not a big problem), but I'll be contact printing for a while due to lack of a 4x5 enlarger. I want to see his face when he sees the prints from those negatives.

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    Well then. Someone joked (?) on RFF that I should put a Want To Buy post up for people's junkstore cameras...perhaps it isn't such a bad idea. I mean, if people aren't using them and I could...why not? Would certainly feed the GAS that I have.

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    Stephanie,
    Now you're getting a 4x5, too? Or are you going to somehow fit 4x5 film into the 5x7 from Ole?

    You sure do buy a lot of stuff.

    allan

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    I thought 13x18 was roughly 4x5 before I did the math. I just didn't edit that post.

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    Wow. This thread inspired/scared me into making a list of the cameras I own (the ones I can remember, anyway). If anyone's interested, maybe we start a new thread in The Lounge forum, but it breaks down as follows:
    (1) 8x20 view camera
    (3) 8x10 view cameras
    (3) 5x7 view cameras
    (7) 4x5 view cameras
    (1) 2x3 view camera
    (1) 70mm aerial camera
    (1) A122
    (4) 6x9 folders
    (1) 6x6 folder
    (6) 6x6 TLR
    (2) 6x6 SLR
    (1) 6x4.5 folder
    (4) 35mm SLR
    (6) 35mm RF

    And lenses almost too numerous to count.

    What are those 12 steps again . . .

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    I walked away from an Ebay Auction today

    It was a Super Takumar 85/1.8 M-42 lens. Earlier this week I was gung ho to get this piece of glass but after watching the frenzy late this afternoon I bailed. The lens sold for $300 USd. that is two minty spotmatics or one OM-1/2 or $75 more gets you a canon rangefinder body. So I am taking a breather on the equipment front for now as, well, what I really want is to get a Rolleiflex this Summer. I am sooooo doomed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terence
    Wow. This thread inspired/scared me into making a list of the cameras I own (the ones I can remember, anyway). If anyone's interested, maybe we start a new thread in The Lounge forum, but it breaks down as follows:
    (1) 8x20 view camera
    (3) 8x10 view cameras
    (3) 5x7 view cameras
    (7) 4x5 view cameras
    (1) 2x3 view camera
    (1) 70mm aerial camera
    (1) A122
    (4) 6x9 folders
    (1) 6x6 folder
    (6) 6x6 TLR
    (2) 6x6 SLR
    (1) 6x4.5 folder
    (4) 35mm SLR
    (6) 35mm RF

    And lenses almost too numerous to count.

    What are those 12 steps again . . .
    WOOO!

    !2 out of my 13 or so cameras fall outdide of your categories
    -- Ole Tjugen, Luddite Elitist
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ole
    WOOO!

    !2 out of my 13 or so cameras fall outdide of your categories
    Amateur.

    Just kidding. Sounds like your lens collection might rival Jim Galli's, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ole
    WOOO!

    !2 out of my 13 or so cameras fall outdide of your categories
    I'm almost scared to know what other categories there are lest I lust after them as well.

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