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    2 Rangefinders and lots of film..

    This is what I brought back from a 800km long walk. Can´t wait to see how I did....I will drive to the lab tomorrow


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    Nice flower pots! ;-)
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    on a serious note, the Yashica is a great camera. There are issues with getting batteries for it, but if you google it, there are workarounds. Not sure what the other camera is - a Contax of some sort??
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    Det er ganske rigtigt et Contax T2 :-)

    Ups sorry. You are quite right it is a Contax T2. Maybe more a point and shoot than a rangefinder. Both
    cameras made the trip without any problems, I am not sure if a digital could have done that.

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    Thats not much film for a 800km walk... otoh, if you had to carry it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ath View Post
    Thats not much film for a 800km walk... otoh, if you had to carry it...
    Well film are not really that heavy. I had iso 800 ind one and iso 200 in the other and that worked fine. The ony thing I missed was faster shutter times.

    My digital alternative is a Canon 5D. That would had been 2 kilo more that my filmkit, + I would have to take more care about protection. Whit the filmcam kit I did not have to worry about rain, bumps, thief ect. I just had them in the top of my backpack.

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    Sorry, I got this all wrong. Thought you'd picked up these two cameras while travelling, whereas you actually brought them along for the travel!

    Fattede i øvrigt heller ikke, at du er dansk!!
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    I'd love to hear more about the 800km walk. Where from and to? How long did it take etc...

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    Don't you love that 800z? Ever over expose it in the sun?

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    Yashica have not enough sharp lens but this is cheap camera. I got mine in mint condition and I'm using it every day.

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