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    GAS requires no rationalization or justification.

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    Take two Gas-X, and call us in the morning.


    P. S. GET A HASSY! That would be sweet. You already have the RR of 35mm, why not the same for MF?
    Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Walrath View Post
    Take two Gas-X, and call us in the morning.


    P. S. GET A HASSY! That would be sweet. You already have the RR of 35mm, why not the same for MF?
    Hi Chris,
    I got a Hassy,a 500 C/M second hand and I used it for years. I sold it for a Pentax 67II and I am not going to come back... Too times in assistance, the first..., and too money for repairing it despite its legendary solidity.
    Not a great experience, but great photographically.
    :o
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    Hi Apeiron,

    I have a good F5, just serviced, you can have for 100 euros plus postage

    I've had it for 18 months and it's a great camera!

    Just be good to go a good home and stop getting dusty in my darkroom!

    Cheers,

    Andy

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    Hi Andy I am not the original poster but would give your F5 a very good home please send me a PM if it is still for sale

    regards Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by apeiron View Post
    I feel drawn to Nikon F5 and I try to convince myself that I'll use it as a second body It' s rather a desire, and you know about what I'm talking about..., also considering good price now. I have to say however that they ask me about 700 euro, not a painless price.
    What do you think?

    apeiron

    apeiron,

    I'm surprized you didn't satisfy your "desire" and go for the F5 for 100 euro. Who buys "new" anymore? Not me!
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    Hi,
    and, finally, I bought a F100... sincerely satisfied, very very very much
    with 50/1,4 permanently on it. Just to share with you...
    I like it, very very much. Its shutter noise too
    Apeiron

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