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    Zeiss Nettar with the Mamiya C220 a close second. The Nikon FM2 has become a collectors piece. For large format, Speed Graphics.

    tim in san jose
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    Without a doubt Minolta:

    Maxxum 7 for action and such
    But have started shooting a lot on MF SLRs this past year to include a couple of SRTs, an XE-7, XD-7, SR-7, and a couple of Hi-matic 7SII rangefinders.

    But when I make special trips my Mamiya 645 1000s comes along and sees a lot of use!

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    My old Canon F1 is sleeping in a dusty cupboard... for 3 or 4 years now...
    Last 3 years, almost only Hasselblad 501C, plannar 80mm, with 3 extra rolls on a Holga, and an 1/2 day session back to 24x36 for the 80th birthday of a (beloved) auntie.
    It looked like I would have been married to Hassie till the time a Sinar F looked me in both eyes... After having had fun with her a few weeks, I'm now afraid I'm in love... with her daughter (the P2) and will not feel right as long as I don't get her in my bed...
    Charles "Biloko" Lemaire

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    I shoot 35mm only with a Canon EOS 1V HS and EOS 3 as backup.

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    6cm x 6cm = 70% (Hasselblad)
    35mm = 20% (Nikon FM2n)
    35mm = 10% (Olympus Stylus Epic)

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    Since this is the 35mm forum,

    I'll assume we're talking 35mm cameras, for me it's Nikon, since my first F in 1975 (still have it too), though I've hardly looked at the 35mm stuff in the last 6 months or so, as the RB67 and the 4x5 and 8x10 camera have taken over most of my shooting time.

    erie

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    In 35mm, Leica SLR cameras usually an R8 or an R7.

    Rich
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    35mm: pentax spotmatic F, Rollei B35, Nikon F90X )mostly)
    MF, Yashica mat 124 G
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    Leica(s) R8
    Nikon(s) F6
    Linhof + Rodenstock lenses
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    Started with Pentax S1a and a Takumar 55mm back in 1963.
    My only equipment for the first five years.
    Followed the standard path through the Spotmatics and Nikorrmats into the Nikon F's in the 1970's.
    Stayed with the F's for years.
    Today?
    Always carry an M6 and a Bessa RxA or two with some Leica lenses in the laptop bag.
    Leica R8 for those slow sunday shootings. For pure joy. It is a dream to use exept for the slow focus.
    Occasionally bring out the F5 when things move really fast because of the fantastic autofocus. Would use it more often if Nikon could improve their lenses.
    Make a final choice? Leica M and Bessa R's with M lenses.
    Choose between the two? Not easy. M6 at the theatre and across the dinner table, but the Bessas and their automatic exposure out in the streets where no one hears the shutter.



 

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