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    Not sure if this belongs here or in the medium format area but today I got this Fuji GS645. My deepest longing is for the GF670 but that's so far out of my price range that I can only dream. Meanwhile I encountered this GS645 and was quite fascinated by it. Of course it only cost a fraction of what the GF670 does. Can't wait to try it out!
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    43mm for my mamiya 7.

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    Leica CL & CV 35/2.5. The meter works!!

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    Nice setup Gerry!

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    Thanks, Katie. Good size for a walk around kit. I can carry it and a tlr, meter and film in an (don't laugh!) Eddie Bauer mini diaper bag. A clean one, that is!

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    Haha! That's a great idea! I have a nice custom made diaper bag that I don't use anymore... I might try it out!

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    Look around for a Billingham label to sew on it! Seriously tho, I have a couple of Domke's and I use the d/bags much more. I probably need professional help.

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    A pair of Voightlanders, an early - 1930's - Bessa and an early 1950's Perkeo, both in good working condition as well. And best of all, very cheap !

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    Braun Paxette Super II BL. Dirt cheap from the bay, with the semi-decent Steinheil lens. Slow speeds are off, but the meter appears to work (and goes up to 3200asa !). Seems like a nice little unit, waiting to burn some film.

    As an aside, why have Se meters gotten such a bum rap? I only have 1 50 year old camera with a completely NG Selenium meter, several that are "close enough", and a few that are spot on. In comparison, every other CdS-metered camera I have is totally shot, usually thru battery corrosion so preventable, but nobody did. I have metered night shots of several seconds using Se meters, and they came out fine. If I was shooting only slide film at maximum aperture, I'd probably want more meter, but for anything else they're fine. I'm trying to train myself not to use a meter these days, but I have to admit an old Se cell is still a bit better than I am.

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    A super ratty canon vt, only 4 speeds work and it has a terrible black paint job. I'll clean it soon as I can find some info on it.

    And a fuji gw690 ii, the Texas Leica haha. I bit rough, but a perfect user camera for me to take around and not worry about babying it. Now all I need are some 67mm filters.



 

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