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    Christmas cameras, anyone?

    I got a Minolta 800si and grip, and a Konica FT-1 Motor with left-hand actuator. Be neat if I was left-handed.

    What all did Santa bring you?
    In life you only get one great dog, one great car, and one great woman. Pet the dog. Drive the car. Make love to the woman. Don't mix them up.

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    The Camera, The Negative, and The Print, by Ansel Adams! Sally Mann's What Remains dvd.
    "So I am turning over a new leaf but the page is stuck". Diane Arbus

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    I did not get a camera, but a lens for my ZI: the new 35mm f1,4 from voigtlander... Nice
    Aurelien, Analog Photographer

    the analog place to be

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    No cameras at all, but more important than yet another camera, funds for a brand new stopclock pro from RH designs.

    I have a truly fantastic father in law!


    Cheers



    André

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    This is the first Christmas that there was nothing for my habit. But there is always my birthday in a week. So maybe something.
    "There is something about the mystery
    of what is on a roll of film that keeps
    me shooting, none of that digital
    instant gratification for me."

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    For the first time ever I succeeded in getting someone to look at my B&H wish list.

    Got two really nice Avenger C-stands with grip knuckles and arms. Rollin' phat here....
    Michael Sebastian
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    I feel blessed. My wonderful wife bought me an Olympus OM2n with 50mm/f1.4 and 24mm/f2.8 lenses. This is the start of a small collection of the cameras I've owned previously and loved or lusted after but couldn't afford.

    A happy festive season to one and all and let's not forget it's about wanting what you have more than having what you want....
    Paul Jenkin (a late developer...)

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    My son bought me a Sony A200K DSLR. He thought I should go digital. He means well and said I could use it when I travel.
    "I, in humility, am willing to learn, when you, in humility, are ready to teach." Rusty Tripod

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    A manfrotto tripod and a load of high-ISO and B&W film. Unfortunately, my parents weren't aware that tripods don't come with the camera mounts, so I have to get a ballhead myself.

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    Peak Enlarging Focuser model 1. Schwing!!!!

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