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Old 08-18-2008   #1
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Old 08-30-2008   #2
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Old 09-01-2008   #4
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Nice!! Especially the last one.

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Nice!! Especially the last one.

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The last two shots were shot when I was walking towards Clarke Quay MRT after our meetup that day.
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Thumbs up Green with envy

Stop putting up pictures of Singapore! I can't go there this year and it is making the agony worse! And using the RD1S is greater torture as I lust after it.

On the other hand, wonderful pictures.

Maybe I will have to keep plugging away with my trusty Bessa R4A. And I really ought to put up some of my photos of Singapore some time ...
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Stop putting up pictures of Singapore! I can't go there this year and it is making the agony worse! And using the RD1S is greater torture as I lust after it.

On the other hand, wonderful pictures.

Maybe I will have to keep plugging away with my trusty Bessa R4A. And I really ought to put up some of my photos of Singapore some time ...


This time I will put a picture of a Singaporean (a person from Singapore)
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Excellent pictures, the Zeiss pays off. Especially no 1 and 2 show the great resolution. I was looking for the 25mm but the 21 is also very pleasing as I can see now.
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Excellent pictures, the Zeiss pays off. Especially no 1 and 2 show the great resolution. I was looking for the 25mm but the 21 is also very pleasing as I can see now.
some more ZM 21/2.8 photos here @ http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showt...39#post4077239

ZM has 2 x 21mm, both are good!
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Love this thread - here's a couple of mine
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Love this thread - here's a couple of mine

Loving this thread, there are some great images here. Here shot with an R-D1S with Canon 50mm f1.2 LTM:
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Loving this thread, there are some great images here. Here are a couple of my own, shot with an R-D1S with Canon 50mm f1.2 LTM:
Wow Kai, beautiful. This one stands out!
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not a lot of bokeh in this one

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Got any pics of newton circus? I remember the satay was really good 12 years ago.
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Got any pics of newton circus? I remember the satay was really good 12 years ago.
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After seeing gohaj's pictures, I have started my own Singapore gallery from my trip there last September. Scanning film takes an age so I am doing my best!

http://www.rangefinderforum.com/phot...y.php?cat=7650

I can't post here a joiner I have taken one afternoon sitting outside Tang's. The full sized image is 3.5MB. I hope you like it.

http://www.glevensis.co.uk/photograp...ner_tangs.html
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What are you using to frame your pictures with the 21mm? An external 35mm finder, or are you just guessing and checking on the LCD?
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What are you using to frame your pictures with the 21mm? An external 35mm finder, or are you just guessing and checking on the LCD?
Yes, I am using 35mm finder on RD1s
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very nice... I gotta find my charger... errrr... it happens when you move...
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My Epson R-D1 Arrived this morning from Nanthor. Found the batteries still had some charge in them and had to dig through my bits box for a SD card.
Immediately went to work trying out the Voigtlander 35mm f/1.7 Ultron.



So many features to try out.. if only the light was better outside...
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I really love the city scape by night posted above. Really wonderful!

I need to get out more with mine

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