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    Nikon F-100
    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    Nikon N80. It's light, fits my hand and it's fun to shoot with.
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    Nikon F3HP! But i would like to get my hands on an FM3a to try out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcd View Post
    Leica M2. It is well balanced, quiet, reliable, unobtrusive in use, and accepts a wide variety of lenses. My personal favorite.
    Ditto - would love an M6 if cost was not an issue though :-)4

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    Nikon F2, but then....

    Used a F2 for yrs with a Nikkormat FT2 for back up, a few yrs ago I was diagnosed with diabetes, I have diopters in my cameras but my eyesight changes dail;y and sometimes hourly depending on my blood suger. Recently I got an excellent buy on a Nikon F70 with Sigma 28-80 and 80-200 zooms, the F70 has an adjustable diopter as well as autofocus, ran a roll of film through it and I am blown away by the sharpness of the images. Hmmm no F2 is still my fav but the F70 will be getting lots of use.

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    Your Favorite 35mm Camera

    I must have seen this kind of thread either here or somewhere else in the past. It's the kind of thread which comes back to life after a long time. My favorite 35mm SLR is probably the Canon F-1. There were two sub-versions of the original F-1. The second one has a back with two rollers and that's the one I use more. With an L screen the finder is nearly as bright as the one in an F-1N. In the small RF category my favorite is the Hi-Matic 7SII. For a more full-size fixed lens RF I like tha Konica Auto S1.6.

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    Konica Auto-Reflex. The original one that let you switch between half-frame and full-frame mid roll. Great camera. Through a nice, sharp Hexanon lens on there, and you have yourself something special.

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    Your Favorite 35mm Camera?

    Having been in the photography business for over 40 years, it has been my privilege to use most of the cameras mentioned in this thread. For me, the Olympus OM-1n and OM-2n are quite useful. They have all the features I want with a small 'foot print'. In reality however, any one of the cameras mentioned in this thread could be my favorite.

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    My personal favorite is my Canon T70. I purchased it back in '85 when it was state of the art and it was my first serious camera. I know it's not the best of anything but, if I have learned anything over the past twenty five years it was with camera. It still looks and works pefectly and I still use it on a regular basis. I recently picked up another body on e-bay so that I can keep one loaded with B+W.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delac027 View Post
    Nikon F3HP! But i would like to get my hands on an FM3a to try out...
    You mean like this . . . ;-)

    Last edited by Les Sarile; 10-22-2010 at 11:29 PM. Click to view previous post history.



 

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