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    If I was that way inclined and wanted bling how about one of these http://www.mir.com.my/michaeliu/came...Gold/index.htm.
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    The GOLD Nikon FA for the golden Bling Bling quality of it.
    "Would you like it if someone that painted in oils told you that you were not making portraits because you were using a camera?"
    "Shouldn't it be more about the joy of producing and viewing the photo than what you paid for the camera?"

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    I would wear my RB67 but the weight will hurt my neck after awhile.

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    Only if I bedazzled it first!!!!
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    ~Buying a Nikon doesn not make you a photographer. It makes you a Nikon owner!

    ~Everybody has a photographic memory, but not everybody has film!

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    I can't wear it, but I can carry it -- my 1931 Graflex SLR. This is called retro bling, and it sure attracts attention.

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    Minox IIIs & Light Meter
    Nice and lite!
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    The Gold F2:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Moopheus View Post
    I guess it depends on who you're trying to impress. A while ago I walked into a Ritz with my Nikon F2, and the clerk practically wet his pants. He said no one ever comes in with a "classic" SLR like that. See, that's the problem--nice cameras only impress camera geeks.
    Not necessarily the case, a modern day digital Hassy might not impress, but using a classical manual focus SLR, a folding camera or an old Leica still communicates visually to people who aren't interested in photography. The sleek look and sound of these classical cameras have many times impressed people at parties and helped me come off as a "serious photographer" instead of just an "annoying paparazzo" - which is one of the reasons why I think a classical manual focus SLR or mechanical Hasselblad is one of the best ways to get away with street photography and the likes of it.

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    How's this for bling?

    My $8 ebay purchase: it has plastic chrome!

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    Olympia Canon GM8426 w/auto rewind and advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terceslil View Post
    How's this for bling?

    My $8 ebay purchase: it has plastic chrome!

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    I love that "optical lens"



 

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