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    Welcome Stephen, enjoy the forum.
    Regards Dave.

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    I have a Mamiya 645 as well and have used it for years, welcome to the site.

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    Welcome from just over the border in Bergen County.

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    Welcome Stephen from the Pacific Northwest.

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    Hi, Stephen. Nice choice in cameras. And welcome to the forum.
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    Stephen,

    From Northern California, welcome to APUG.
    Indeed the 645 and K1000 are good cameras. Question: Why the Pentax K1000? Was it the price point, features, reputation...? It just in my day, the early Pleistocene, the K1000 wasn't that popular and now there seems to be a growing demand. Just curious that's all.

    Terry

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