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    Quote Originally Posted by TPPhotog
    Sorry Brian I didn't make myself clear. I think the price tag is really good for what this beastie is offering and as you say this one's going to last a lifetime
    I remember when the F4 came out, it was something like $3500...now they have a better model for less money.....OTOH, I lusted after the Leica R8 with Leica lenses until I came to my senses...

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    I love my F5 to death.. now if only i could put the 8x10 down and actually use the F5....

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    I have found it refreshing to leave the 8x10 at home and go out and shoot 35mm from time to time.
    hi!

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    Thankfully, it's not over yet, but my FM sure seems to be in the running for lasting a lifetime... why would I replace it?

    (another LF guy whose 35mm gear sits in the closet... I guess if I used it more, I might want some auto-focus action... maybe.)

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    If only had intercheangable/detachable prism

    Quote Originally Posted by TPPhotog
    Sorry Brian I didn't make myself clear. I think the price tag is really good for what this beastie is offering and as you say this one's going to last a lifetime
    Mama took my APX away.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by titrisol
    If only had intercheangable/detachable prism
    That was the one thing I couldn't understand and I can't see any reason for it not to

    I must keep repeating to myself I do not need a new Nikon I want a larger format ..... but it's so tempting.

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    the review of the F6 and the D2x are now up on the CameraArts web site

    www.cameraarts.com

    go to the Free Articles section


    steve simmons

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    Does anyone know why Nikon would not put interchangable prisms on their new cameras? It seems, in this day and age of multi tasking an interchangable prism would be standard on higher end models.
    Technological society has succeeded in multiplying the opportunities for pleasure, but it has great difficulty in generating joy. Pope Paul VI

    So, I think the "greats" were true to their visions, once their visions no longer sucked. Ralph Barker 12/2004

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve simmons
    the review of the F6 and the D2x are now up on the CameraArts web site
    Good boy. But we have to talk about what "a few hours" means

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    I must say that it is risky of Nikon to make the F6. It's pricetag makes it almost only attractive to professionals (who are using more and more digital...)

    But I really like this camera for the features. Saving the exposure data on a CF card is great! I want that in my cam!

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