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View Poll Results: Would he use film or digital?
I believe he would still use film. film has much more to offer, even now. 138 38.76%
He would go M9 for sure 165 46.35%
D700 after he nagged on forums about the M8 magenta problem 53 14.89%
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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #121
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I think he would say it is a bourgeois question.
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He would be walking on Air 'looking' at his Show at the Rubin Museum /NYC
Balking at the critiques.... shooting his Iphone, wink.wink
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