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    I mostly shoot Mamiya RB67 medium format. For 35mm, I have a Nikon F3. I am guessing about 75% or more with the RB.

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    Nikon here
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    Olympus all the way!

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    For 35mm it's been Nikon for the last 40 years. BTW there seem to be a lot of feline avatars around here...




    Richard

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    Minolta, always.

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    I love my Canon EOS 630. I have been using it since the late 1980's.

    I back it up with a Canon F-1N

    For medium format it is Mamiya 645 1000s

    All reliable workhorses.

    Howard

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    Quote Originally Posted by baronfoxx View Post
    FOUR YEARS AGO, AFTER GETTING FOCUS PROBLEMS WITH MY CANON T90 DUE TO AGING EYESIGHT I CHANGED TO A RANGE FINDER CAMERA AND SPLASHED OUT ON A NEW LEICA M6TTL AND THREE PRIME LENS, 35, 50 AND 90MM AND HAVE USED NOTHING ELSE SINCE.
    RECENTLY I CHANGED THE BODY FOR THE M7 AND I DO NOT THINK THIS COMBINATION CAN BE BETTERED ANYWHERE.
    I HAVE ACCESS TO A MAMIYA 6X7 AND A HORSMAN 4X5 BUT ONLY USE THE M7FOR MONOCHROME PRINTS AT 12"X16" AND COLOUR SLIDES.
    There's no need to shout
    Ben

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    Nikon 35mm (F2AS, F3HP or F5), about 35%; Leica M6, about 20%; Hasselblad, about 30%; Linhof 4x5, about 10%; and, sin of sins, Nikon D700, about 5%. Back in the days of Kodachrome, I would guesstimate that 35mm shooting would have accounted for something in the neighborhood of about 75-80% of my shooting, with the balance divided between medium format and view (digital was reserved for those occasions when I was shooting for somebody else (i.e. not the important or interesting stuff...)

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    I think this thread was started back in 2002, it's now 2011, and things have changed quite a bit since then. Digital photography has been adopted by the masses and even serious photographers, but there is still a place for analogue film. I shoot mostely with the Canon 5d Mk2 (digital), but love to get out with the 5x4 Ebony, I'll admit, not as often as I'd like. I love the contemplative approach to this type (large-format) of photography, the opposite to digital which usually is spur-of-the-moment, which does allow trial and error and promote artistic learning and experimenting. Somewhat expensive with 5x4 sheet film.

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    Mamiya C-220 and C-330, followed by my 4x5 Calumet cc-401. I've been shooting much less 35mm these days, my Olympus cameras sit on the shelf a good bit of the time. I probably shoot my Retinette more than my Oly's. My13yo daughter shoots my Olympus' more than I do, along with her Calumet cc-400.
    Rick A
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