More have gone out than came in this year but I'm still way off my impossible dream of one camera one lens.
I threw out my old camera bag and I'm now using a much smaller one. I'm trying to make sure all my equipment can fit in it. So if anything new comes in something must go out.
Our heroine.. sheesh men.. what do we tell our wives now?
Hunny I jsut bought a few more things for my photogrpahy habit?.. only $200 more this week!
I'm buying stuff for 2 people.. my son n myself.... he does the same for me....
We're both film junkies and collectors.
smoke em while you can fellas!
off to the loonie bin to see what's for sale....
I drove by a pawn shop the other day that appeared to have a bunch of MF gear on shelves. Must ... resist ... urge...
Nothing I realistically need. But every so often I find myself checking the KEH website, looking for a black M4P in Ex or better condition. No reason to be doing so...l already have two M6s. But...
G. A. S. list time
About chocking on GAS here. At the point where I really cannot shoot everything I've acquired. So, naturally I was in a antiques store yesterday and saw a Nikkormat FT. Only thing that kept me from bringing it home was that it was jammed.
Why people leave cameras on open access shelves is beyond me. Almost every time they are jammed. Mirror is up, shutter won't fire, and self timer is engaged. I mean you have to play with all the buttons while mom and dad are shopping, right? :frown:
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Give in to your G.A.S.
Oh, no reason.
I have been GAS free for several years now. If I see something interesting at a camera swap meet and I see something interesting, if I can easily afford it, I might buy it. But I have not had an urge to buy camera equipment for quiet a while.
And did you use the patch?.. th gum?.. or the fake inhailer cameras?
I hear Beno helps GAS too, anyone try it?
Originally Posted by paul ron
Eh, screw it. I've owned three off-topic Nikons; four off-topic P&S Canons; a Canon FTb-QL, 4 Pentax H3v/SV meterless screwmount bodies; 5 Spotmatic series bodies; a ME Super; a Super A (black SuperProgram); 2 Hasselblad 500c bodies (almost bought a third); 1 Hasselblad 500EL that was dead; 16 Nikon F bodies of varying vintages and configurations; 17 Nikon F2 bodies of various versions (all metered, but no F2S bodies); 12 F3 bodies (no titanium, limited, or High-Speed models, but regular, HP, and P models); 18 F4 bodies, including one that flatulent1 bought after I'd sold it, then purged at Glazer's for some Contax gear; 5 F5 bodies; 3 FE bodies; 3 FE2 bodies; 9 FM bodies; 3 early FM2 bodies; 25 FM2n bodies; an EM; a FG-20; a N8008; a N90; 4 Nikkormat EL series bodies; 7 Nikkormat/Nikomat FT bodies; 43 Nikkormat/Nikomat FTn bodies; 22 FT2 bodies; and 4 FT3 bodies. Am about to receive two N2000's and another N8008 from KEH, which are coming with a MB-20 for my F4s and some other stuff that I won.
I've owned too many lenses to count. That, and a few motor drives and flash units.