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    I forgot about this Thread.......

    1. Pentax LX
    2. Nikon F2
    3. Leica III

    I am tring to be good and not LOOK at $bay or KEH ........

    GAS is very hard to control.......

    Johnkpap

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    I love them every one

    There are so many I haven't tried yet, I am sure there is another special one out there somewhere.

    I enjoy shooting my Pentax K2, KX or LX, my Pentax PZ-1p, my Minolta SRT-101, 102 or 201, my Nikon FE, even my little Vivitar V3800N. But if I were told to get rid of them all I would fight, lie, cheat, and or steal to keep my little Pentax K1000. It probably ain't the best, but it was the first and, most likely, will be the last.

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    F, F6
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    "The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera."— Dorothea Lange
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    RIP Kodachrome

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    Since I cannot single out just one:

    1. Nikon F2AS (my first 35mm camera): tough as nails, super dependable (and still in use after 33 years!).
    2. Nikon F5 (my all-time favorite for shooting chromes).
    3. Nikon F2 (DE-1 edition): no batteries, no meter, no problems!
    4. Leica M6: when I do not wish to be noticed.

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    Canon F-1, though the front release of Miranda Sensorex makes it a close 2nd.

    Phillip

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    i like small cams.

    contax t2 cause it has ev compensation and i can do app priority. I have the flash bracket too to get more light if i want it. fits in almost any pocket above the waist. taped up so i dont ding it up too much if i drop it.

    contax g2 for the 28mm 35mm and the 45mm, framelines are auto, sharp and contrasty, focus is decent and simple to use. i have a shoulder strap and wrist strap. its kinda mint so i usually dont wanna drop it. i need to get over that, the shoulder strap frees up my pocket for a flash and a cord or the t2!

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    My Minolta X-700 (from a long list I use).
    Very good viewfinder. Right weight. Falls in my hand very naturally. It just feels good and a pleasure to use.
    Fabrizio Ruggeri fine art photography site: http://fabrizio-ruggeri.artistwebsites.com
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    I loved my Olympus 35RC because it was so tiny with full manual control. I could slip it into my jacket pocket no problem, it was a fantastic little camera unfortunately the take up spool gears broke and the shutter select knob broke off.

    I really like my Nikon FMs, they're built like tanks and the all mechanical construction is fantastic

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    Voigtlander Vitomatic II. Small enough to put in my pocket, attractive to look at, fits in one hand.
    Second favourite: Zeiss Ikon Contessa LKE for the same reasons but I like Voigtlanders that bit more.



 

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