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    Somehow, the wood covering doesn't 'do it' for me.
    Give me leather, exotic skin, or leatherette. Sorry Pee-tah!


    Yashica 'Mat':
    http://cameraleather.com/yashicatlr/matrss01.jpg

    Yashica 'LM':
    http://cameraleather.com/yashicatlr/mat_C_sadtan02.jpg

    'Argus':
    http://www.cameraleather.com/argus/c3red.jpg

    'Mamiya C330':
    http://cameraleather.com/mamiya/C330_tan1.jpg

    'Honeywell Pentax':
    http://www.cameraleather.com/pentax/h1a_BRgreen.jpg


    Marc
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    Those coloured leather camera's look awesome. Especially the Honeywell Pentax. But, as I asked before, does a coloured camera have any influence with marco photography? I think it might bounce off some coloured light on the subject.

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    Steven,
    Camera body color is basically a moot point in Macro.
    Often you shoot through a white board with a hole, just large enough for your lens to protrude through.
    This technique allows you to reflect more light on the subject, and the light appears to come from a larger source.
    Or, as in many situations, you're using a micro/macro ring flash attached to the lens. Again, camera body color is moot.

    Marc

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    DARKROOM AUTOMATION
    f-Stop Timers - Enlarging Meters
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    Camera Van is the next rage for anyone with too many cameras
    http://www.cameravan.com/allabout/

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjiboy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by cliveh View Post
    Does anybody convert antique film cameras to digital? Now there's an idea.
    Not unless they like hospital food
    And plan to only be able to eat food that can travel through a straw.
    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daleeman View Post
    Camera Van is the next rage for anyone with too many cameras
    http://www.cameravan.com/allabout/
    Are the cameras just for show or do they all actually work?
    I have browsed the website but couldn't find the picuters he made.
    He could apply for a job at Google Earth.

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    The Fool: Lucas Allen Buck, co-founder of Synthetic, maker of Hipstamatic*

    The Money: $1,850.00

    The Parting: Quoted from page D16 of the Wall Street Journal - “I’m currently obsessed with this vintage Argus C3 Mansonia** camera wrapped in wood. This will by my ‘Wayne’s World’ moment: ‘She will be mine! Oh yes, she will be mine!’”

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    * A Holga-like plastic case for an IPhone and software that turns a phone picture into the fuzzy likeness of a Holga picture.

    It used to be that ‘hip’ meant, among other things, being true to oneself; un-plastic, as it were. The current culture that calls itself hip is very, very un-hip. Hip died many deaths - the last being October 6, 1967. Let it rest in peace.

    ** From The Wood Database: Mansonia [a tropical hardwood from West Africa] is on the short list as one of the worst wood species in terms of toxicity and commonness of allergic reactions ... heartwood [has] been found to contain cardiac poisons ... Ah, schadenfreude
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    DARKROOM AUTOMATION
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas Lindan View Post
    Hip died many deaths - the last being October 6, 1967.
    And what makes PBS the sole arbiter of History?

    s-a
    I photograph things to see what things look like photographed.
    - Garry Winogrand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas Lindan View Post


    Whoever did this should be beaten. How rude.


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