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  1. #371

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    Almost anything NIKON., But especially my F4. Built like a tank and as stead a 'gun platform' as you will ever need. No frills and they just keep soldiering on.

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    Hello All,
    my favourity camera?
    not one but:
    Canon A-1 and AE-1 (my first serious camera)
    and
    Nikonos III

    the dream?
    Canon F1 old

    Ciao
    Andrea

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    Whew boy I've have my share of gems but there are definitely some stand outs in my mind.

    The T90 was (and still is) a very fluid and impressive camera to use, It had that perfect shape and weight to it which made it a joy to shoot with. The 1V was definitely the finest EOS body I ever owned, but I got it way too late in the game to really take advantage of what it is capable of.
    The Konica Hexar AF is probably one of the most satisfying 35mm cameras I've owned and I love it for its silent mode. I still have it and I expect to have it for many years.
    The Nikon F3 is my first and only Nikon camera, but I am quite taken with how it operates. It's got the smoothest film advance I've ever felt and in so many ways it is just effortless to shoot, and I like that.

    But I can only pick one, so I say the Konica Hexar AF. It has definitely brought me the most joy in my photographic endeavors.
    - Abram

    Leica M2 / Hasselblad 500CM

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    K1000

    I absolutely love my K1000. I have a lot of cameras to work with that I have accumulated over the years, but I just keep coming back to my K1000.

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    My favorite day to day camera is a nikon l35aw. Damn this is one cool camera, water proof up to 10ft, lens is sharp, af and exposure is fast and precise.

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    Fujica M1 >>Review

    Last edited by yokelgibes; 08-10-2012 at 03:59 PM. Click to view previous post history.

  7. #377

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    My Ricoh Kr30-sp is a terrific camera. The light meter is very easy and straightforward, film loading is easy, and if I want to use it, the program mode(s) are pretty good for snapshots.

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    whichever camera i happen to have in my hand while I'm shooting

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    My Bessa R is quickly becoming my favorite. People crap on it beong lightweight but it meters good & a joy to carry around all day long.

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    niknFM,becauseit' robust, more like a tool than a toy,and acessories are availableplentyful and reasonably priced2nd hand.i like them so much, i bought three of them.
    Regards

    Ralph W. Lambrecht
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