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    Any word on price point?

    I know its early...

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    Meh.. F6??
    My F5 will eat that little critter alive...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewH
    Any word on price point?

    I know its early...
    More than I can afford for certain :-(

    Still, it's good to see Nikon putting some faith in film.

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    I heard it will come in initially at about $2,600 USD

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    I asked at my favourite retailer today and was told "available soon" at a price of $2750 CDN

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    F6??? I still like my F4! My next 35mm SLR will be ... please don't hate me... a digital one. My Hassey will be my film camera of choice. In fact I've invested in more film backs for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gr82bart
    F6??? I still like my F4! My next 35mm SLR will be ... please don't hate me... a digital one. My Hassey will be my film camera of choice. In fact I've invested in more film backs for it.

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    No don't hate you for it, but if that is the case, what you doing here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gr82bart
    F6??? I still like my F4! My next 35mm SLR will be ... please don't hate me... a digital one.
    I thought about, and considered buying a Fuji Finepix S3 ($2400) or replacing my N80 (for a new one), but realized that the N80 (same body, as the S3) took better images and for the difference in price ($2100) I could get a few new LF lenses instead. As it worked out, I paid $750 for a used F5 as a replacement for the N80, and got a NEW Schneider lens.
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    F6? For what?
    The F100 is the ultimate auto everything/manual film camera!
    I`ve owned one F5, and got rid of it because of the ridiculous weight just to produce a 35mm "stamp", the F100 fits me perfectly.

    Cheers

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    I bought one in '73, and still remember the Nikon advert, with a vicar holding a Nikkormat FTn, and the blurb said " What kind of a nut spends £176 on a Nikon?, one who wants Nikon pictures. Great camera Helen , you are a lady of very good taste. Enjoy

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