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    Leon,
    My first "real" camera was an Exacta VX1000 with a wonderful 50mm Zeiss Jenna lens. It started a long (and expensive) love affair with German glass.
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
    =Neal W.=

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    It started a long (and expensive) love affair with German glass.
    I know exactly what you mean! my first was the planar on the SL66 - that really got me hooked. Although I seem to go from razor sharp (CZ) to absolutely blunt (Holga) - I suppose I just like opposites.

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    My favourite camera is still my lightweight and trusty Contax Aria. I have a Contax ST and a Nikon F80 and a slew of Nikkor lenses but am thinking of ditching the Nikon system eventually, except that I can think of occasions when I need AF (and I can't afford a Contax AX!). The magic of Zeiss glass is intoxicating..... and I love the solid feel of the Contax bodies as well as their smooth manual operation.

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    Minolta SRT-202.
    It is sturdy, the lenses are (relatively) cheap, and it feels substantial. I just wish it had an automatic film advance.

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    Good old Minolta! I started off my professional career with a Minolta SRT - 101. Great little camera.
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    "civility is not a sign of weakness" JFK

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    I use my Canon AE1 and A1 exclusively and have been doing so for 20 plus years.
    Visit my online gallery at www.cannonphotography.fotopic.net

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    let's see there 2 Minolta X370 with various lens there is a Fuji 35 and a Canon 35 and Yashica 35 range finder. But most of the time it is my Yashica TLRs that see the most use.

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    35mm = Nikon F4
    Medium Format = Hasselblad 503CW
    110 = Pentax Auto 110

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    or my online portfolios at APUG and ModelMayhem

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    Nikon F2AS plus 24, 50, 85, 105 & 300
    Bronica ETRSi plus 50, 75, 105macro & 180
    Sinar Norma 4x5 plus 65, 90, 150, 210, 300 (wish it had a speed grip though)
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    I just sold my Contax G1 system although I loved it.

    For medium format it Pentax 67.

    Large format is Speed Graphic and Santa Barbara Pinhole Company.



 

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