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    Nikon f5
    Uses all of my new lenses fits my hands perfectly. Love it!

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    Probably one of my FSU RFs. I love my Fed 2, but I like the thumb advance of my Zorki 4 k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elekm View Post
    The Contina II was made by Zeiss Ikon, not Voigtlander. Great little camera, however.
    You are right. I have pulled out a Vioghtlander Vito B as well as the Contina II and with the cancer drugs the old mind can get a might confused from time to time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    I like the "35mm" camera on the left side.

    That one and the Nikon F100 are my favorite 35mm cameras.

    Steve
    hehehehe - said "35mm" camera received a new-style rapid wind crank today. And, a few hours before, the Nikon F4s decided to take a dump while I was trying to get a shot of the fall color here in the Seattle area. *sigh* After tomorrow, there will be one less lens in my arsenal. That being the 300mm that's standing up in the background.

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    Contax G1 and the Leica CL.

    Both small, outstanding lens, easy to use, and does not attract attention.

    One with a B/W roll; the other with a colour

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    my olympus om2n.

    but I loved the spot-metering capabilities of my OM-4T.

    When I had the chance to buy another om-4t, I purchased another FM-2n. The fm-2n isn't as nice to handle, is bigger, has a lousy LED display, small viewfinder, etc., but I trust it to work for a VERY long time.

    Plus, when I am too lazy to shoot manually, I pick up my inherited Canon A-1.

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    A Canon (A or F or EOS body) Lenses: I have 25ish to chose from. What ever I carry for the day is my favorite.
    I like to have all my cameras in operational condition.. Sometimes that is beyond my control and then I switch to plan B......
    Last edited by dances_w_clouds; 11-17-2010 at 12:06 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Pentax KX - the old film camera

    Does everything I need from it and it's very, very useful if the mob gets out of hand.
    Jeff Polaski
    "A full-time job seriously interferes with photography."

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    This weekend I took 3 rolls of dead Tri-X in Valparaìso with my Retina IIIc Schneider-Kreusnach Xenon F/2
    " A loving and caring heart is the beginning of all knowledge " ~ Thomas Carlyle ~

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    It is a toss up for me.

    Canon EF & Nikon F



 

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