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    M5!

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    Another vote for the Mamiya 7ii in black. I dig the blue window
    Also a chrome M6 ttl. (because they are both mine!)

    I also think the Bessa R3M (black paint) is a very cool looking camera.

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    Kodak Signet 35.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnkpap View Post
    What about a Bessa R I have a silver one, they take all LTM (Leica Mount) lenses, Black / silver canon's look cool on it, so does any vintage leica glass They can be had for between $200 and $300 with out a lens.
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    The Speed Graphic!
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    without a doubt, the mamiya 6mf
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    The Plaubel Makina is very cool looking, but my vote would be for a Leica M; perhaps this one =>

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    The Leica IIIf (with a 5cm summicron) ... because she said so
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    IIIF with Summitar , I used two of them and what a combination.

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    I'd love to have a Mamiya 7. Awesome camera. But cool? Two different things I think.

    To compare some non-RF cameras to give examples of what I mean, my Mamiya 645 Pro is a very capable camera, much more so overall than my Yashicamat 124. But the Yashicamat is a lot cooler. A Mamiya 7 is a lot more capable than a lot of these older 35mm RF cameras and I'd love to have one but for cool - I dunno, I think the Retinas and Feds and such are a lot cooler.

    Plus, the camera I can actually afford is cooler than one I can't, and this thread has tempted me to pick up one of several different possibilities I can afford. A Mamiya 7 (or 6) while an excellent camera just isn't worth the money to me now.

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