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    Not a 25/2.8!?
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    I'm the same though - pay the rent and 1/2 the food, what I do with the rest of my money is up to me.... and a good thing; she isn't into cameras - so I know she won't go sneaking off with what I buy for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowtracker View Post
    I'm the same though - pay the rent and 1/2 the food, what I do with the rest of my money is up to me.... and a good thing; she isn't into cameras - so I know she won't go sneaking off with what I buy for me.
    Yeah! Also the basement is mine .. she doesn't even care if its not clean! Actually she was REALLY happy when I started printing again, because I keep it nice and clean(er) now. hehe

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    Money is only worth what one can buy with it. With current interest rates, I would rather have a something physical like a camera or lens than a ton of money in my bank account where it sits and does nothing.
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    I just bought my GF a nice new 15" MacBook Pro. I got no flack when The new Nokton 50/1.1 showed up in the mail. It is now happily on my M2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowtracker View Post
    I'm the same though - pay the rent and 1/2 the food, what I do with the rest of my money is up to me.... and a good thing; she isn't into cameras - so I know she won't go sneaking off with what I buy for me.
    Mine is into cameras, but she doesn't like film, she has her D200 and a nice stable of lenses which would make any man suffer from lens lust. Her main complaint about the M2 is that she can't see the picture. :o hee hee.
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    Well I still haven't pulled the plug on my Bessa ... now my brain is telling me to buy a used M4 of some various kind (m4-2 m4-p) and then some Voigt glass. Then my brain reminds me of the framelines .... so here I sit.

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    GAS is found in nature, it permeates every part of our lives but do not fall into the trap of the dark side or Dark GAS. You must learn to harness the power of GAS for good and not evil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5stringdeath View Post
    Well I still haven't pulled the plug on my Bessa ... now my brain is telling me to buy a used M4 of some various kind (m4-2 m4-p) and then some Voigt glass. Then my brain reminds me of the framelines .... so here I sit.
    A good M4 of any kind would be a good starter. In my experience I've never had problems with the frame lines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bateleur View Post
    A good M4 of any kind would be a good starter. In my experience I've never had problems with the frame lines.
    Except they don't have all the frame lines of the R4M/A

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