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Nikon SP - a film in April
Old 12-30-2016   #1
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Nikon SP - a film in April

With the Nikon SP Special edition I bought in Japan, first whole film back in London. From my blog: http://rangefinderchronicles.blogspo...l-weekend.html

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I want some deep fried SPAM !

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Wonderful Nick! I love my SP 2005, and will soon dust off the NOS S3 2000 to make them into one kit wit their terrific lenses. Should probably sell the second SP 2005.
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Nice to see you shooting with your SP 2005 kit, Nick. But only one roll since getting back to London in April? That's about the same pace I shoot my SP 2005

On a different note, its a shame you still haven't corrected the errors about Nikon you wrote in your initial Nikon SP 2005 blog post in April (more on those errors here).
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What's on top , is that a flash ?
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What's on top , is that a flash ?
Sekonic Twinmate L-208, a little lightmeter with needle instead of digital display. The style fits very well to an "old" rangefinder.
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Thanks for the comments! Sorry for not correcting yet - will add that to my NY resolutions. I have shot a few more films in Japan and half films in London with this and a used S3 I picked up and I will upload eventually


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