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    Quote Originally Posted by fstop View Post
    Obviously you never used it or used the mlu on the F2, F3 or Minolta.With F you waste one frame for every shot you want to use mlu.If you want to do a multiple exposure using mlu its impossible.
    Trying to push in the DOF button and twist the lever one handed is clumsy.
    I seriously wonder if *you* have used an F:
    No multiple exposure with MLU?
    Push the DOF button?!!!??

    Really now....
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    If the pretty F pictures are to show that they have a DOF button, then I should have spelled my previous statement out more clearly: you don't need to press the DOF button to use MLU...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rol_Lei Nut View Post
    If the pretty F pictures are to show that they have a DOF button, then I should have spelled my previous statement out more clearly: you don't need to press the DOF button to use MLU...
    I thought they were just pretty pictures to show off F's. The DOF only really shows in one anyway.

    You're right of course about the DOF, but I can't imagine it will change any minds. I love the F, just like I love the M2; some people do not, and like to pick at the flaws. I'd rather just take pictures.

    I may have to break down and take a couple pictures of my F's, too

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    Quote Originally Posted by j-dogg View Post
    my Nikkormat has been my go to manual walkaround for years. Damn thing is a beast, I want to step into an F
    I started with a Nikkormat in1974, last year I got an F with no meter prism. Oh my gosh!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rol_Lei Nut View Post
    I seriously wonder if *you* have used an F:
    No multiple exposure with MLU?
    Push the DOF button?!!!??

    Really now....
    If you knew as much about Nikons as you claim you would realize I was talking about the F2 and F3. You've obviously never have tried to use the mlu while making multiple exposures with the F.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fstop View Post
    If you knew as much about Nikons as you claim you would realize I was talking about the F2 and F3.
    Well if you were, your statement was clear as mud.
    I do use a digital device in my photographic pursuits when necessary.
    When someone rags on me for using film, I use a middle digit, upraised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fstop View Post
    If you knew as much about Nikons as you claim you would realize I was talking about the F2 and F3. You've obviously never have tried to use the mlu while making multiple exposures with the F.
    Maybe he hasn't, but I have. On a copy stand, as I said, it works fine for multiple exposures.

    You appear to not only be a self appointed expert on every-damn-thing, but also have the affliction of the need to be right all the time. Sad.



 

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